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Students Eat Free

Please click on the link to set up an account to view our online menus and carb counts. School Cafe

Youngstown City Schools is a Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) school District. We serve breakfast and lunch at NO cost to all enrolled students without collecting household applications.

Food Allergies

If any student has a food allergy, a doctor's order must be in place with the school nurse before we can make any alterations to the menu for the student. . 

Please see the attached Letter from State Representative Lauren McNally regarding P-EBT benefits from last year.

Letter regarding P-EBT cards from 2023

We’re excited to announce a $94,644 Farm to School Grant to develop, implement, and evaluate a Farm to School Implementation Grant for 13 of its schools. Through the collaboration of three district departments: The Grants Office, Food Services, and Y-STEAM, alongside a partnership with Fork Farms, they will create and engage families and students in hydroponic gardening at the school sites. They also plan to create professional development for staff, design an innovative curriculum and host family events to taste the produce.  
“The opportunities afforded by the Farm to School grant will considerably leave an impact on our scholars,” said YCSD Superintendent Jeremy Batchelor. “We specifically built an educational component to coincide with the wellness piece so scholars can have a hands-on, educational experience. We are beyond grateful to the USDA for its support of Youngstown City Schools.” #YCSDFamily #YCSDSuccess #ExcellenceInEducationExperience #FarmToSchoolGrant #USDA

Our first harvest of the year!!

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At Choffin...our student helper showcasing the delicious pasta salad he helped make!

Wilson Staff