Welcome to Ludlow's Cafeteria!
Ludlow serves a FREE breakfast and lunch to ALL students through the Community Eligibility Program (CEP). Students can still purchase additional drinks, entree items, and snacks. In order for our district to remain eligible for this program, it is crucial that ALL FAMILIES complete the CEP form found HERE. We also serve an after-school snack on most days, which is FREE to all students in the district if they choose.
Pay/ load your child's cafeteria account through Infinite Campus
Parents/Guardians can now make payments online for a student's cafeteria account. Ludlow offers a free breakfast, lunch, and after-school power snack to all students, but they can choose to purchase additional a la carte items, snacks, and drinks. Parents can add funds to these accounts online through the new Infinite Campus system (this has replaced MyFoodBucks).
1. Parents can log into the Infinite Campus portal (this is the same site to check grades/attendance).
2. Click on the "Payments" tab and follow the directions to add a payment method. Then add the amount to be placed. You can add your email address to have a receipt emailed if you prefer.
3. Click on the "Food Service" tab to see account balances and to view a detail of all cafeteria transactions for each student.
4. If parents use the mobile app too, they check account balances and even set alerts for low balances.
If parents need assistance with setting up an account to log into Infinite Campus, please contact Jenny McMillen at 859-261-8210 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Wellness Plan
The Ludlow Independent School District strives to provide tasty and nutritious meals every day. All menus follow the FDA guidelines for the nutritional needs of children. Meals are made daily. Any student may at any time choose the main entree, a chef salad, chili, or an uncrustable. Á la carte items are also available daily.
Our Cafeteria Staff:
Lisa Brownfield, Director of Food Service
Phone: (859) 655-7522
Lisa Brownfield, Kate Wright, Cindy Alexander, Angie Betz, Annmarie Maley, Jeri Maley, Fanny Powers, Angel Steffen, Hollie Gillespie, Teresa Gregory, McKenzie Huffman
USDA Nondiscrimination Statement
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