Menu Pricing

  • Breakfast- FREE (for students)
    RAS lunch- $2.50
    FMS lunch- $2.75
    FHS lunch-$3.00
    Adult lunch (includes staff)- $4.00
    Milk- $0.50
  • lunch money

    Just a reminder, if your student will be returning to Fayetteville City Schools, their balance of lunch funds will travel with them to the next school year.
    ** Please note- If you have a Senior graduating, any money left in their account after graduation, is available to be refunded, if over $5, by contacting Megan Hall at the Central Office at 433-5542 no later than June 7th. If you would like, it may be transferred to a younger sibling, or a fellow student, per parent request.
    **If the balance of a child's account, is less than $5 and the child graduates or transfers, the amount will go into a community account used to "Pay It Forward".


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School Nutrition Blog

  • Hardworking Staff

    Posted by Megan Hall on 9/30/2019 2:40:00 PM

    Check out our Lunch Crew Superheroes !!

    FHS has gotten 100% on their last 5 Health Inspections!!

    FMS has gotten 100% on their last 4 Health Inspections!!

    All our ladies work so hard and deserved to be recognized. Fayetteville City Schools is grateful to have such a hard working and dedicated crew with lots of school spirit. Thank you to each and every one of our Lunch Crew Employees!FMS




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  • Thank You to Our Wonderful Staff!

    Posted by Megan Hall on 3/8/2019

    We wanted to give a shoutout to our super cafeteria staff! These ladies work really hard and we couldn't be more proud!

    FMS Cafeteria Staff


    Dr Seuss Day

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  • FHS Cafeteria Crew Gets Festive for the Holidays

    Posted by Megan Hall on 12/11/2018

    The FHS cafeteria crew is spreading a little holiday cheer in the cafeteria!

    Photo Collage of FHS Cafeteria Christmas Decor

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Food Allergy Statement

  • Fayetteville City School cafeterias follow the criteria set forth by the USDA in the Guidelines for Accommodating Children with Special Dietary Needs in the School Nutrition Programs. This publication states that the school has a responsibility to provide a safe, nonallergic meal to a child with a disabling condition. Also caution should be exercised at all times, and foods are not served to children at risk for anaphylactic reactions. Finally, a child may be provided a meal which is equivalent to the meal served to other children but not necessarily the same meal.


  •  Hall

    Megan Hall

    Nutrition Director