What We Do

  • The 少妇自慰Parish Schools Food Services Department is responsible for preparing and serving meals offered to students and staff throughout the district. Breakfast and lunch are offered in all schools. Students are offered a variety of healthy meals daily. Menus are planned following United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) guidelines with an emphasis on the use of whole grains, fruits and vegetables. 

    Please note that last minute menu changes may occur at our schools due to nationwide food supply chain issues. The menus on the district website may not reflect these changes. If you have any questions regarding your school's menu, please reach out to your school's cafeteria manager. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time.  

    SY 23-24 CEP Announcement

    JP Schools will be implementing a district-wide option available to schools participating in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast  Programs called Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) for School Year 2023-2024.  The following schools are included; Adams, Airline Park, Alexander, Audubon, Benson, Birney, Bissonet, Bonnabel, Boudreaux, Bridgedale, Bunche, Chateau, Cherbonnier, Clancy, Collins, George Cox, Douglass Community, East Jefferson, Ehret, Ellender, Ellis, Estelle, Emmett Gilbert, Fisher, Grand Isle, Green Park, Greenlawn, Gretna Academy, Harahan, Hart, Haynes, Hazel Park, Hearst, Higgins, Isaac Joseph, Janet, Jefferson, JCFA, Johnson Gretna Park, Keller, Kerner, Laureate, Lincoln, Livaudais, Marrero Middle, Matas, McDonogh #26, Meisler, Metairie Acdemy, Moscona, Patrick Taylor, Pittman, Ray St. Pierre, Riverdale, Riviere, Ruppel Academie Francaise, Schneckenburger, Solis, St. Ville, Strehle Community, T.H. Harris, Terrytown, Thomas Jefferson, Truman, West Jefferson, Woodland West, Woodmere, Woods, and Worley.

    All enrolled students of the school sites named above are eligible to receive a reimbursable breakfast and lunch meal at no charge each day of the 2023-2024 school year.  No further action is required of families, and students will be able to participate in these meal programs without having to pay a fee or submit a meal application.

    Meals will remain available for adults and second student meals at cost.  Breakfast is $3.25 and lunch is $5.00.

    To add funds electronically for adult meals, second student meals, or extra food items, please visit .  The website also allows you to see purchases and monitor account balances.  Cafeteria payments cannot be made using School Cash Online.

    If you are a district employee, you will need to have an account setup in Horizon OneSource prior to being able to register at .  Please contact your school cafeteria manager to set up an account.

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  • Food Sevices

    4600 River Road
    Marrero, LA 70072

    Fax 504-349-7691