Nutrition Services

It’s proven when kids eat a well-nourished meal they learn better and play harder. That’s why we concentrate on serving fresh, nutritious and tasty choices.
We prepare foods in our own school kitchens and buy local produce, milk and whole grain breads. We’ve added many new items to our menu in the past few years. Join us for breakfast and lunch at one of our buildings; we look forward to serving you!

Nutrition Services Quick Links

Campus Parent Portal Food Service login 

Campus Parent Portal is where families can add money to their student's account, lookup student pin numbers and apply for free and reduced-priced meals.

How to login

  • Your User Name is:  Your 1st initial, last name & parent ID #
    • Example: Jane Doe is jdoe123456
    • If you need to confirm your user name, email
  • Forgot password? If you need to ​​​​​​reset your password, visit our Password Portal here
    • Note, you will need to have a school district user name and a valid email address in Campus Parent Portal, as a verification code will be sent to your email
    • Learn more about Password Portal here

Important Nutrition Services Information

Student Meal Accounts and PIN Numbers

Every student is issued a meal account accessed by a PIN number they use to purchase meals. It is the responsibility of the student’s parent/guardian to keep adequate funds in the account for purchases. Nutrition Services provides weekly low funds reminders via a caller system, emails and letters of notification to families.

Learn more about how to view student balances and Pin numbers here

Student Meal Payments

Online at Campus Parent Portal

Nutrition Services uses an Internet food service payment option, through Campus Parent Portal. Please note, payments can only be taken online and not through the Campus Parent mobile app.

Click here to pay by credit card through the Campus Parent Portal website

Click here to learn how to make one time or recurring payments


If you send cash with your child please place it in a sealed envelope and write your child's complete name, grade, and student ID or cafeteria PIN number on the envelope. Cash is deposited into your child's account the same day it is received. Send cash at your own risk, cash is not preferred due to the inability to trace payments. Nutrition Services is not responsible for lost/stolen cash payments.

Personal Check

If you send a check with your child please place it in a sealed envelope and write your child's complete name, grade, and student ID or key pad number on the envelope.

  • Checks are deposited into your child's account the same day it is received by the kitchen manager
  • Make the check payable to: Spring Lake Park Schools
  • Write students' full name and student ID or key pad number in the memo area of the check
  • Households with more than one child need to designate the amount of money to be placed into each child’s account

Free and Reduced-Priced Meals

A new application must be completed every year to continue meal benefits. Students who qualify for free or reduced meals by submitting a new application each school year will receive meals at no charge.

  • New applications are mailed to each household in August
  • Important note: Prior year eligibility status will remain in effect only until October then automatically rolls into full pay status

Click here to apply for free and reduced-priced meals

Balance Notifications

Notifications for balances negative $5 and below

On Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m., families whose student’s meal account balance is negative $5 and below will receive an email and text message including the balance and a reminder to add funds for each student. These messages will be sent every Wednesday for each student whose account is negative $5 and below.

Automated low balance notifications

Families also have the opportunity to set up automated notifications for a specified dollar amount in Campus Parent Portal. Families can select to receive email and/or text notification or use the Campus Parent mobile app and setup push notifications. For example, a family may choose to be notified whenever their student’s meal account balance is below $10. These messages will be sent daily based on the dollar amount selected.

Learn how to set up automated low balance notifications here

Refund or Transfer Information

If your student(s) leaves the district and there is a positive balance in their account please click here to complete a Refund/Transfer Form.

  • If the balance goes unclaimed it will be transferred into an angel account
  • For graduating students to request a refund/transfer, the deadline is July 15 of each year

20 Ways to Enjoy More Fruits and Vegetables

Building a healthy plate is easy when you make half your plate fruits and vegetables. It’s also a great way to add color, flavor and texture plus vitamins, minerals and fiber. All this is packed in fruits and vegetables that are low in calories and fat. Make 2 cups of fruit and 2 ½ cups of vegetables your daily goal. Click here to view more tips on how to enjoy more fruits and vegetables every day.

25 Healthy Snacks for Kids

When a snack attack strikes, refuel with the nutrition-packed snacks. Click here to view 25 health snack ideas such as parfaits, snack kabobs, apple slices and more.

Contact Us

Amy Kimmel

Amy Kimmel

Nutrition Services Coordinator

Jane Sweney

Jane Sweney

Program Secretary

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