The food service department would like to thank everyone in the community for supporting our district through this pandemic.  It has been our pleasure to provide lunches for our students for the last couple of months.  Tuesday will be our last day of bagged lunches and there will be two days worth of lunches provided. As well as an ice cream treat to kick off your summer!!
 
As our program comes to an end please know that our county, Summer Foods Program operation will start June 15th-August 7th serving free meals to all children 18 and under NO enrollment, NO cost.  We will post this information on Buckeye web page under the food service department.  Please check for a location and time  nearest you to pick up your meals. This year they will distribute only 1 day per week at each location with a total of 5 days worth of food in each bag and is pick up only. 
 
We will also have information about the Country Neighbor "Farmers to Families" program operating in our district EVERY TWO WEEKS throughout the summer starting June 9th. This program is for all individuals, regardless of income and will provide two boxes per familyof produce and dairy items.  This program starts Tuesday, June 9th at our Kingsville Elementary School from 11:30 to 1:30 and is a drive thru distribution.  
 
 
We hope everyone has a great summer, stay safe, 
 
Your Buckeye cafeteria staff!!
 

Welcome to Buckeye Local Schools Food Service Department

Lisa Loomis
Food Service Supervisor
440-998-3199 
Email
 
 
Please make all checks for students lunch accounts payable to: BUCKEYE LOCAL SCHOOLS
 
Return Check Policy - All returned checks will be submitted to eCollect and your account will be debited electronically for the face amount plus all applicable fees.

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