Food Services

End of the workday, no time to make lunch. Luckily, we, the food services department, can help.

The Food Services Department at GUSD invites all families to prepay for school meals online at You can have the confidence knowing that we are part of building wonderful healthy habits for your sweet scholars!

Our nacho sauce is homemade with vegetables (carrots, celery and onions!) and REAL cheese. All our grains are whole-grain rich. Our sub rolls are freshly baked in-house with no preservatives, no stabilizers, no conditioner, and no artificial ingredients. Our sauces are made in-house with vegetables. We are working towards procuring quality ingredients and creating menu items kids love, and dietitian (and mom) approved.

We work tirelessly as we would if we were inviting you over to our home for thanksgiving. We are moms, dads, aunts, uncles, grandparents, and your neighbor. We care about your child if they were our own. Thank you for trusting us with providing a nutritious meal for your child.

We wish you a happy and healthy school year,

Kim & Food Team

Your comments, compliments, suggestions and concerns are always welcome. GUSD participates in the National School Breakfast Program and the National School Lunch Program.



What is going on in food services?


  • Student Lunch: $3.50 Full Pay, .40¢ Reduced, Free for Free Meal Status
  • Student Breakfast: $2.00 Full Pay, Free for Reduced and Free Meal Status
  • Milk: 0.50¢ a la carte (Milk is included with all meals)
  • Extra Slice Pizza $2.00
  • Adult Lunch: $4.00
  • Adult Breakfast: $2.50

Pay for school meals (Information in EnglishEspañol)

Apply for free/reduced priced meals

  • Apply online or contact your school office for a paper application.
  • Check your eligibility status online, click here.

Parents are responsible for any negative balance on their student’s account prior to the qualification of their application as Free or Reduced. Please make sure your family receives a letter qualifying your students to the free/reduced meal program for EACH student. If you do not receive a letter qualifying your student, you may not be on the program and will be responsible for any negative balances on your student’s account.

Families will receive a letter indicating status of their eligibility. Any additional copies of the the eligibility letter will cost $10.00 each.

Other information

Eligibility Media Release

Earned Income Tax Credit Information Act Communication

Notice: The California Revenue and Taxation Code (RTC) Section 19853(b) requires local educational agencies (LEA) that operate the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) to annually notify households about the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Information Act.


GUSD Wellness Policy

To view the GUSD Wellness Policy click here: Wellness Policy / Poliza de Bienestar

Nutrition Articles


Department Staff and Contact Information:

Kim Leung, RDN Food Services Director (805) 681-1200 x2255

Joe Beavers Assistant to the Food Services Director (805) 681-1200 x2256

Jonathan Delgado Food Service Secretary (805) 681-1200 x2247


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