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School Lunch

The Clarendon cafeteria offers daily lunch through the SFUSD Nutrition Services department (SNS) contract with Revolution Food. SFUSD and Revolution Foods believes that students everywhere should have access to real, freshly prepared foods. 

As a convenience to all families who choose to use the lunch program, the SFUSD has a prepayment system, Meal Pay Plus. Families may prepay lunches online, over the phone or by sending payments to school. For information please go to or contact Student Nutrition Services at 749-3604.

Free and reduced fee lunches are available to families through a simple application process. At the beginning of each year we request every family to submit an application, even if you do not expect to need this program. Note that only one application is required per family.  If one sibling qualifies for Free or Reduced lunch then all siblings qualify as long as they live in the same household. All students within the household must be on the application in order for this to work. To ensure that there is no disruption in student benefits, applications must be turned in by mid-September. Even if you qualified for free or reduced lunch last year, you must still submit a new application at the beginning of each school year. You may submit an application online @

Clarendon asks EVERY family to submit an application even if you are not interested in this benefit (there is a check box on the paper from to indicate you are not interested in the program). This information is used by the school district and the state to calculate our school's overall funding and it may negatively impact our budget if families do not return the form.

Parents with any concerns or complaints about meal service at their child's school should immediately contact Student Nutrition Services to report it, either by calling 749-3604, or e-mailing program director Zetta Reicker at Reickerz (at), and also her supervisor Orla O'Keeffe at okeeffeo (at)