• The Berea City School District Nutrition Services Department remains committed to providing your children with nutritious and well-balanced meals to support their health and learning. We would like to inform you about the updated meal prices for the upcoming 2023-2024 school year.


    • Elementary School: $1.50
    • Middle School: $1.50
    • High School Regular: $1.50
    • High School Premium: $1.75


    • Elementary School: $2.40
    • Middle School: $2.75
    • High School Regular: $2.75
    • High School Premium: $3.25

    If you have any questions or concerns regarding the new meal prices or the school lunch program in general, please don't hesitate to reach out to our Nutrition Services department at 216-267-2142. We are here to assist you and provide any necessary information.

    Carrie Beegle
    Supervisor of Nutrition Services

    Free and Reduced Meal Application
    Applications will open on August 7, 2023


    IMPORTANT: Applications cannot be filled out on a mobile device. You must use a desktop or laptop.

    1. Go to www.mymealtime.com
    2. If you are already logged into your child's account, logout. That will take you back to the homepage.
    3. Click on the orange box that says "MealTime Apply Online" to start the application. 
    4. You will need your students ID number to complete the application.


    You will receive an approval or denial letter within a week of returning your completed and signed application.

    Translated applications: https://www.fns.usda.gov/cn/translated-applications

    Questions, please call Supervisor of Nutrition Services at 216-267-2142.



    February 2020
    Nutrition Services is revising the current district charging policy. The current policy states that elementary students are able to charge 2 lunches, while middle and high school students are able to charge 1 lunch before receiving a gratis lunch. Currently, charges for breakfast are not allowed, but will be allowed moving forward.

    Students will now be allowed to charge 5 breakfasts and 5 lunches before receiving a gratis meal. The intent is to decrease the amount of gratis meals district wide and also give those parents/guardians who are having financial difficulties some lenience. The goal is to ensure students are receiving a healthy, sustainable breakfast and lunch every day. This is not meant to increase the negative balance at the end of the school year. Parents are encouraged to use MealTime to pay for meals and/or to track purchases made by their student(s).

    Special Diets

    Special diet requests should be directed to the Nutrition Services office at 216-267-2142.



    This institution is an equal opportunity provider.