Breakfast In The Classroom (BIC)

Supper Resources

Student Access To Meals

Meal Applications

  • Los Angeles Unified is a Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) district and families do not need to submit a meal application. Under the California Universal Meal Program, students do not pay for meals. If a student requests a second meal, then they are required to pay a la carte prices.

Spaghetti Squash

  • Ray

    Interested in booking the Café LA Ray mascot to visit your school site for a student assembly, please contact Dawn Soto at dawn.soto@lausd.net

Student Assemblies - Featuring Café LA Ray

 

Competitive Foods

After School Programs

  • This "first of a kind" supper program is being offered in over 500 schools across the District and is open to all students under the age of 18. Students are not required to be enrolled in either the school or the school's after school program in order to receive the supper.

    After School Programs Resources

    Request to Begin or Change Meal Service

    Supper Program Training 

     
    After School Snack Program 
    Under the National School Lunch Program, snacks can be served to children after their regular school day ends. The afterschool program must be organized, structured, supervised and approved by the district in order to receive snacks from Food Services.
     
    Cultural Arts Passport
     
     

EEC Resources