Meals and Nutrition

meals and nutrition

Laura Kepler

330.761.1335

lkepler@apslearns.org


The Department of Child Nutrition oversees the development of school menus and all dietary and nutritional considerations for APS students.
We also administer the free breakfast and lunch program, where every APS student can enjoy breakfast and lunch at no charge. This program is available through the federal Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) and covers the full cost of serving meals at no charge to the entire district. 

Wellness Policy
Please click here to review the Akron Public Schools' Wellness Policy 8510. 
If you are interested in participating in the Akron Public Schools' Wellness Policy process, please email Traci Williams at tlw26509@apslearns.org in the Child Nutrition office.

330.761.1335
lkepler@apslearns.org

The Department of Child Nutrition oversees the development of school menus and all dietary and nutritional considerations for APS students.

We also administer the free breakfast and lunch program, where every APS student can enjoy breakfast and lunch at no charge. This program is available through the federal Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) and covers the full cost of serving meals at no charge to the entire district. 

330.761.1335
lkepler@apslearns.org

The Department of Child Nutrition oversees the development of school menus and all dietary and nutritional considerations for APS students.

We also administer the free breakfast and lunch program, where every APS student can enjoy breakfast and lunch at no charge. This program is available through the federal Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) and covers the full cost of serving meals at no charge to the entire district. 

330.761.1335
lkepler@apslearns.org

The Department of Child Nutrition oversees the development of school menus and all dietary and nutritional considerations for APS students.

We also administer the free breakfast and lunch program, where every APS student can enjoy breakfast and lunch at no charge. This program is available through the federal Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) and covers the full cost of serving meals at no charge to the entire district. 

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