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Kent County Public Schools is offering free summer meals for all children 18 years of age and younger. As part of the schools' efforts to ensure that children have access to healthy food during the summer months, breakfasts and lunches will be available at no charge for children. No application is required. Children do not have to be enrolled in Kent County Public Schools. Menus and more information is available at
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Food Service: Serving up delicious school meals

Kent County Public Schools offers the healthy meals every day that children need. Schools serve nutritious breakfasts and lunches, so students have the food they need to learn.

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Free Student meals

Kent County Public Schools is fortunate to be able to provide free breakfast and lunch to all students. KCPS is able to provide free meals at all five schools through a program called the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
There is still a charge for snacks and any additional food, like second meals, beyond the initial breakfast and lunch serving.
While the benefit of the CEP program is immense to our community, the lack of information that is generally available from the Free and Reduced application could hinder other beneficial programs, grants and funding opportunities.
KCPS is asking that you take a moment to complete the following form so that we can have the information needed to pursue every opportunity for our students.

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Click here for a copy of the form in Spanish.
Should you have any questions regarding this form, please feel free to contact your school’s principal or the Title I Office at 410-778-1595 or [email protected].

My School Bucks

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My School Bucks is an optional service for parents to view recent purchases and make prepayments to your child’s cafeteria account for meal and snack purchases via the Internet with a credit card/debit card.
This service is offered as a convenience for interested families. By creating a secure online account, parents can manage their child’s account. Schools continue to take cash for meals in the cafeteria.
There are four easy steps to enroll:
1. Go to and click "Sign up today."
2. Create an account for yourself and add your children. You will need your student’s name exactly as it appears on their report card. 
3. (Optional) Provide credit or debit card information if you would like to make pre-payments to your child’s account.
4. Select a Meal Payment Option to make a prepayment or select your child’s name to view recent purchases.
By creating a secure online account, parents can manage their child’s account.

Wellness Through Healthy School Environments

The Board of Education is committed to providing a safe and healthy learning environment for all students in Kent County Public Schools. The Board of Education recognizes that good health fosters student attendance, education and achievement, and lifelong healthy habits. The Board of education recognizes that students need nourishing foods and physical activity in order to grow, learn and thrive. The Board acknowledges the necessity for the school system to ensure that the school environment promotes and protects students' health and ability to learn by providing nutrition education, health education, education, physical activity, nutrition standards and school-based activities. The Board believes schools have a responsibility to help students develop the skills, knowledge, and attitudes necessary to adopt and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Contact Information

Angie Knoll, with email link



Food Service Department
Kent County Public Schools
5608 Boundary Ave.
Rock Hall, MD 21661