The School District of Oconee County has partnered with Sodexo to provide students and faculty with healthy meals. The Sodexo team is dedicated to nurturing the minds and bodies of the students at your child's school and to keep parents connected. Parents will be able to check on their child's menus and access nutritional information. Sodexo works directly with school administrators and parent/teacher organizations to define how they can help create the best learning environment for students and staff.
Lunch menus can be found by under "Resources" on each school website.
Click this link to verify your child's lunch status.
Access free or reduced online meal application.
Parents may use the application below to fund student meal accounts.
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