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School Nutrition

2023-2024 School Year

We are pleased to announce that this year, all schools division-wide will be participating in a program called Community Eligibility Provision (CEP). This means that all enrolled students will receive a complete nutritious breakfast and lunch each day at school at no cost for households.

Households will not be required to complete an application to receive these meals at no cost. In fact, GCPS will not be accepting any Free or Reduced Meal Applications this school year.    

Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) At-Risk After-school Meal Program

Greene County Public Schools announces the sponsorship of the At-Risk Afterschool Meals Program. The same meals/snacks will be available to all participants at each site at no separate charge.

Snacks will be offered to students free of charge at each school and at all participating after-school enrichment or educational activity. This can include tutoring, YMCA, Homework Club, etc.

Please contact your student's school with any questions regarding after-school activities.

SNAP Benefits

Do you need some assistance with food at home? Please see below for more information on SNAP benefits and if you qualify!

English and Spanish SNAP Infographic

For any questions regarding SNAP Benefits or applying for these benefits, please contact Greene County Department of Social Services at 434-985-5246.


Director: Samantha French, MS, RD

Administrative Assistant: Joyce Woodson

64 Monroe Drive
P.O. Box 436
Stanardsville, VA  22973

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School Nutrition Managers

  • Nathanael Greene Primary School: Debbie Crawford
  • Nathanael Greene Elementary School: Linda Medeiros
  • Ruckersville Elementary School: Patricia Thompson
  • William Monroe Middle School: Candace Scott
  • William Monroe High School: Melissa Cropp