Food Services Home

Fairview Park City Schools offers various food programs to students.

Diana Hill, Food Service Leader
440-356-3525 ext. 4120


Application for Free and Reduced Meal Benefits (New users will need Student code)

Informational Video on Applying for Free/Reduced Benefits

Negative Lunch Balance Guidelines



Children need healthy meals to learn. Fairview Park City Schools offers healthy meals every school day. Breakfast costs $1.50; lunch costs K-5 $2.60 and 6-12 $3.10Your children may qualify for free meals or for reduced price meals. Reduced price is $.30 for breakfast and $.40 for lunch.

>> Application for Free and Reduced Meal Benefits (opens in new window)

>> Instructions for filling out the Application <<

>> Income Eligibility Guidelines <<

>> Parent Letter (including Questions and Answers) <<

Lunches are provided at all school buildings.  Breakfast is provided at the Early Education Center (hours 6:30 am to 8:45 am), Gilles Sweet Elementary School (hours 8:00 am to 8:45 am) and Lewis F. Mayer Middle School and Fairview High School (hours 7:00 am to 8:15 am)

Menus are provided online on each of the school buildings home pages as well as on this Food Services Home Page.

Any child needing a lunch for a planned field trip can notify the cafeteria and they would be happy to provide their child a packed lunch to take to the field trip.  Please notify the cafeteria the day before the field trip.

All buildings are cashless.  All cafeteria payments for Early Education Center, Gilles-Sweet Elementary School, Lewis F. Mayer Middle School and Fairview High School must complete PayFor It  or the student can bring to school and pay in the lunch line with either a personal check or money order made payable to the Fairview Park City Schools.

You can use the “Autoreplenish”option in PayFor It and you will never run out of money on your lunch account.  Once your account reaches the balance you have set, it will automatically replenish the lunch account in the amount you have designated.  Please follow these easy instructions.

Students who forget their lunch or have a damaged lunch will have the opportunity to borrow lunch from the cafeteria.  Accounts will be charged accordingly and reimbursement is expected the following day.  A la carte items are not allowed to be charged for reimbursement.  Milk is the only other food item that students will be allowed to borrow.

Children from families whose annual income is at or below the Federal Guidelines are eligible for free and reduced-price meals.  Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines will be used for determining eligibility.

Drop off your completed applications to your individual school building or directly to:

Gilles-Sweet Elementary School
4320 West 220th Street
Fairview Park, Ohio  44126
Attention:  Diana Hill

For more information, please call Diana Hill at 440-356-3525 ext. 4120 or email


Food Sale Standards and Services
School Nutrition and Wellness

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Focusing on Smart Snacks 





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