Welcome to Ludlow's Cafeteria!
Ludlow now 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.
Click HERE to see our menu for the month for breakfast, lunch, and after-school power snack.
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 chili, a peanut butter sandwich, a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, or a chef salad instead of the main entree. Á la carte items are also available daily.
To use this online payment account, parents must use their child's student ID number (SSID) -- This is the 10-digit number that is often printed on a student's schedule, progress report, or report card. Contact the school office if you need to get your son or daughter's SSID. Since all students receive free meals, this account could be used for students to purchase additional items or á la carte items.
Lisa Brownfield, Director of Food Service
Phone: (859) 655-7522
Our Cafeteria Staff:
Lisa Brownfield, Rhonda Collins, Becky Rogers, Angie Betz, Rose Hall, Barb Atwood, Paula Hartman, Sarah Ross, and Tasha Vanover
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