Access to healthy meals plays a big part in your child’s growth, lifelong health, and potential for success. School Nutrition is an important part of every school, serving breakfast and lunch daily. We serve students healthy and appetizing meals served in a clean and friendly dining environment. The Brandywine School District is the only district in the state of Delaware serving meals free from artificial colors, artificial flavors, and chemical preservatives. We offer vegetarian and plant-based meals daily.
We are a place for learning too. Nutrition education activities in the classrooms and the dining rooms help kids learn about how to make healthy food choices, lessons that last a lifetime.
To Apply for Free/Reduced-Price Meals
To apply for free/reduced-price meals online, please click here.
For a paper application, please click here (en Espanol aqui).
All students who qualify for reduced-price meals will receive meals free through a pilot program funded through the School Nutrition Department.
Click here to access our online meal payment system.
Brandywine School District
School Nutrition Department
4 Mount Lebanon Road
Wilmington, DE 19803
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|Stephanie Mullin||Registered Dietitianemail@example.com|
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