Timber Creek High School Curbside Meals Pickup

Curbside meals will not be distributed at Timber Creek High School until November 9, 2020 due to the school being closed. While the school is closed, families can pick up Curbside meals at any school near Timber Creek High.

FSNA (Florida School Nutrition Association) announces
Food and Nutrition Services as an Award Winner!

Food and Nutrition Services received the Jane Wynn School Nutrition Excellence Award on a Virtual Awards Ceremony on Monday, October 19th, 2020. 
Congratulations to Lora Gilbert, FNS Sr. Director, and Nina Vargas, Chapter President.

FSNA Virtual Awards Video Presentation

MealViewer Online Menus

Food and Nutrition Services is excited to offer MealViewer! This online menu service provides a quick and easy way to view our school’s daily menus.

MealViewer provides:

  • Convenience - Available 24/7 on the web or through our mobile app for your smartphone.
  • Safety – Create profiles for your students and select their allergens. Get alerts each time that allergen is on the menu!
  • Fun Feedback – Let students favorite and rate certain meals so that we ensure we are serving meals they enjoy!

Signing Up is easy!

  1. Go to or download the mobile app and register for a free account.
  2. Create a profile for you and your students by first selecting their school.
  3. Set up your student’s profile by selecting the appropriate allergens and let them favorite their most loved meals. Now you will receive notifications every time any of these are served!



USDA announces meals at no charge for all students!

Updated 10-12-2020

The USDA has extended the deadline to allow all children aged 18 and younger to receive meals at no charge until August 2021.

The district will continue to provide weekly breakfast, lunch, and supper for any child not attending face to face school at any school through  curbside meal distribution starting 30 minutes after the last bell for 90 minutes.

The approximate distribution times are:

Elementary and K-8: (3:30 – 5:00PM)

Middle Schools: (4:30 – 6:00PM)

High Schools: (2:50 – 4:20PM)

Times and Locations are subject to change.

Parents and/or guardians or other volunteers can pick up meals for their children and other children in their neighborhood. The child’s name is required at pick up.

Students attending face-to-face may eat breakfast and lunch on campus and may either eat supper on campus or take off campus. Weekend meals will be given to students on Fridays.


Weekend Meals

All students attending school in the Face-to-Face instructional model are now eligible to receive nutritious and delicious meals at no charge until December 17th!  In addition, there will be grab & go Weekend Meals available at no charge for Face-to-Face students starting on Friday, September 25th. The bags will contain 2 breakfast and 2 lunch meals. They will be distributed during dismissal at each school every Friday until further notice.

Introducing...Birthday Bites Classroom Celebrations!

This school year Food and Nutrition Services will be providing parents the opportunity to celebrate their child's birthday in their classroom.
The Food Service Manager will provide compliant food items that can be ordered and prepared for the birthday child's classroom.

Birthday Bites Order Form



School-Based Fundraising

Would you consider making a monetary donation to help us
achieve our mission to help our students in need?

It’s a fact that students who eat nutritious meals perform better in school. Orange County Public Schools Food & Nutrition Services Department makes it possible for all students, even those who do not qualify for free meals, to receive healthy and nutritious meals daily regardless of the available funds in their food services account.

At Orange County Public Schools, we seek to help our families in any way we can to include bringing their student’s negative food service account into good standing.  While we continue to fundraise through activities both on and off campus, we still have a lot to accomplish to reach our goal. 

The FNS program is an enterprise and does not receive funds from the district. Our funding comes only from USDA for serving meals. While funding is available for students eligible for free or reduced payment meals, student meals without eligibility are not funded. The FNS program depends on collecting payment from parents. This is not always possible as many parents are still struggling to pay bills and other expenses.

We greatly appreciate your donation and it will be used to resolve student food service accounts with negative balances.  You can make a donation three ways:

  1. Use SchoolPay by clicking here (Use the Angel Fund)
  2. Payments via mail can be sent to Food and Nutrition Services, 8101 Benrus St., Orlando, FL 32827.
    • Make checks payable to the Foundation of Orange County Public Schools(Foundation OCPS).
    • Include the school’s name in the check memo area.
  3. A direct donation can be made to "Foundation for Orange County Public Schools
    • Be sure to select OCPS Food and Nutrition under Donation Options: I want to support a specific school fund/district fund.  These instructions are shown visually in the image below:

    OCPS Food and Nutrition Monetary Donation: Select OCPS Food and Nutrition under Donation Options - Select: I want to support a specific school fund/district fund.

Please join us!
With your donation, we’re one step closer to helping our students receive nutritious meals.

Quick Links

Food and Nutrition Services

8101 Benrus St Orlando, FL 32827 407.858.3110, Option 0