• Welcome to Nutrition & Food Services

    Our mission is to promote good nutrition by providing quality meals. We are committed to providing well-balanced meals in an inviting and clean atmosphere. We strive to offer a variety of choices, including a vegetarian option daily. Our program follows the nutritional requirements of the National School Lunch Program. 

    Program Overview Printable

    Applications for Meal Benefits- Free/Reduced

    A new approval is required each school year.  Children must be approved in order to receive the reduced or free meals.  You may complete an application at Linq Connect or request & return a paper application from any Noblesville School.

    We cannot process applications for next school year at this time. You must wait until mid-July. Please only apply if you have children currently attending Noblesville Schools.

     More information can be found here.

    Meal Payments

    We utilize a pre-payment system. Money should be available and on account before purchasing meals. Our online payment provider is Linq Connect.

    How to set up a LINQ account- English or Espanol

    We also take cash or check at all school buildings. Elementary students will give their payment to their homeroom teacher. Middle and High School students will deposit payments into the lock boxes located in student services. Checks should be made out to "Noblesville Schools Cafeteria" with the child's name or ID number in the memo line. 

    Meal Prices & What Makes a Meal

    • Breakfast = $1.25 (all grades)
    • Elementary Lunch = $2.40
    • Middle/High Lunch = $2.65

    More information can be found here.

    Meal Charges

    We realize meal payments are missed, and we pledge to always provide a school meal. However, each meal received must be accounted for. When money is not on account, accounts will go into the negative. This amount is owed to the meal account and is subject to collection efforts when not paid. Students cannot charge snacks or ala-carte.

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    Inside the Nutrition & Food Services Department