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Rushmore Academy

Marion City School District

Food and Nutrition Service




Elementary nutritional information

Grant Middle School

Grant nutritional information

Harding High School

Harding nutritional information

Remote Learning Groups A&B

The remote menu for groups A and B are the meals being sent home with students for the days they will not be in school. If a parent wishes to "opt out" of their student receiving the meals, they must contact nutrition services at 740-223-4423.

Remote Students

Online student letter to parents

Online Meal Delivery Application

Food Service Press Release

Remote Meal applications (for remote learning students only) can drop off applications to the school building office or to the drop box located inside the doorway at the district service center office at 100 Executive Drive.

Student eating school lunchMarion City Schools' Nutrition Services Department strives to strengthen students' health, well-being and ability to learn.

The department operates several USDA child nutrition programs including:

  • National School Lunch Program
  • School Breakfast Program
  • Child and Adult Care Food Program
  • Summer Food Service Program
  • Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program

Each program meets state and federal requirements based on USDA Dietary Guidelines.

The programs exceed national averages, reaching 76 percent of all students with free lunch and more than 66,000 children with summer lunch.

In addition, the team distributes fresh produce to about 300 families per week. Additional food is distributed via the Weekend Backpacks Program to more than 3,000 students year'round.

Ohio Gov. John Kasich has recognized Marion City Schools for being the largest distributor of weekend meals.

Adult Meal Prices

  • Breakfast - $2.00
  • Lunch - $3.00

Contact Us

Nutrition Service Supervisor- Winnie Brewer


Nutrition Service Assistant- Chris Chapa


Nutrition Service Secretary- Vicky Wright