Coweta School Lunch Information for 2022-23


From Coweta County Schools System press release

Coweta County schools will begin the new school year with regular school breakfasts and lunches for students.

Coweta School Nutrition 2022-23 Back-to-School Video

“I am excited about starting a new school year again, and returning to a normal school year that feels fresh and free and exciting,” Said Robin Goad, Coweta’s new School Nutrition Coordinator for the system.

Breakfast and Lunch Prices, Menus

Coweta Schools are committed to providing students with a breakfast and lunch program that meets students’ nutritional needs and prepares students for an academically successful school day.  The school system’s food service program is a self-supporting program, meaning that costs for the cafeterias and meals are covered by the points-of-sale and by federal assistance through the Free and Reduced-Price Lunch program.

Coweta County Schools, like other school systems around the nation, are returning to pre-pandemic meal charges for school lunch and breakfast.  Parents can conveniently use the school system’s online MealPay Plus system to pay for school meals, or they can apply for their child to participate in the federal Free and Reduced Price meal program.

The good news is that Coweta County school breakfast and lunches will be the same price as the pre-pandemic menu: $1.00 for breakfast (for elementary students, middle and high)  $2.80 lunch for elementary, $3.05 for middle and high.

School menus for August can be found here.

For more information and sign-up links for MealPayPlus, check the following section below.

Mealpay Plus

Parents can now use their credit cards and debit cards to pay for lunch charges!

Mealpay Plus is a pre-payment system that allow parents to make deposits into their child’s meal accounts via the Web. The payment service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There is a one-time, free registration for each parent and multiple children at various schools can be accommodated.

Payments may be made by phone or over the Internet, with checking or savings accounts through an e-check, or by using debit or credit cards. (There is a 4.75 percent transaction fee for the service.) Of course, parents may continue to pay for their child’s meal directly at school in the lunch line by check or cash.

MyPaymentsPlus Suppport and Inquiries: 1-877-237-0946


  • Access the system 24/7.
  • Make payments via credit cards, debit cards, or e-checks.
  • Receive low balance email reminders.
  • Pay with check, VISA, or MasterCard.
  • Receive confirmation of payments via email.
  • Make split payments for multiple students in one or more district schools.
  • View or monitor purchases made in the cafeteria.
  • Use MealpayPlus with confidence. MealpayPlus is PCI and VeriSign certified.
  • Receive Live Chat or toll-free support from knowledgeable, friendly and courteous staff.

Sign Up and Support

Go here to sign up online for Free and Reduced Price meals for 2022-23 school year.

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