Food Services

20-21 Iowa Eligibility Application

Form to apply for free and reduced lunch.

Free Meals Extended During FMCSD Hybrid Trimester 1

The USDA has extended FREE meals for all students ages 1-18 years. The FMCSD will continue to provide meals to face to face students, students who are learning at home and to community residents ages 1-18 for the rest of the 1st trimester which ends November 13th.  There is no charge for these meals as long as USDA funds remain available. We will communicate with the public if this changes prior to November 13, 2020.  Families picking up meals are encouraged to sign up for meals online. Please go to to order meals.  Meals are available to pick up

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Recent Announcements

Lunch Menu

September 29, 2020
  • Breakfast/Lunch Menu:

    Pancakes, Applesauce, Milk
    Meatball Sub on Bun, Corn, Pears, Milk

September 30, 2020
  • Breakfast/Lunch Menu:

    Cereal, Pineapple, Milk
    Chicken Patty on Bun, Carrots, Mixed Fruit, Milk

October 1, 2020
  • Breakfast/Lunch Menu:

    Muffin, Juice, Milk
    Chicken Teriyaki, Dinner Roll, Broccoli, Applesauce, Milk

October 2, 2020
  • Breakfast/Lunch Menu:

    Cereal, Applesauce, Milk
    Mac & Cheese, Romaine/Spinach Salad, Strawberries, Sugar Cookie, Milk

More Information

Director of Food Services

Tiffany Fullhart

2020/2021 Meal Prices






LUNCH: $0.40



LUNCH: $2.55 (K-5); 

$2.80 (6-12)



LUNCH: $0.35



LUNCH: $3.95

The Fort Madison Community School District and the Board promote healthy students by supporting wellness, good nutrition and regular physical activity as a part of the total learning environment. The school district supports a healthy environment where students learn and participate in positive dietary and lifestyle practices. Schools contribute to the basic health status of students by facilitating learning through the support and promotion of good nutrition and regular physical activity. Improved health optimizes student performance potential.

The FMCSD provides a comprehensive learning environment for developing and practicing lifelong wellness behaviors. The entire school environment, not just the classroom, shall be aligned with healthy school district goals to positively influence a student’s understanding, beliefs and habits as they relate to good
nutrition and regular physical activity. 

The school district supports and promotes proper dietary habits contributing to students’ health status and academic performance. It is encouraged that foods available on school grounds and at school-sponsored activities during the instructional day should meet or exceed the school district nutrition standards and in compliance with state and federal law. Foods should be served with consideration toward nutritional integrity, variety, appeal, taste, safety and packaging to ensure high-quality meals.

The school district will make every effort to eliminate any social stigma attached to, and prevent the overt identification of, students who are eligible for free and reduced-price meals. Toward this end, the school district may utilize electronic identification and payment systems; provide meals at no charge to all children, regardless of income; and/or promote the availability of meals to all students.

The school district will develop a local wellness policy with input from parents, students and representatives of the school food authority, the school board, school administrators, and physical education teachers. The school district will develop a plan to implement the local wellness policy and periodically review and update the policy.

The nutrition guidelines for all foods provided by food service will focus on promoting student health and reducing childhood obesity in the Fort Madison Community School District.

The superintendent or designee will monitor and evaluate this policy.