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Food and Nutritional Services

David Jackson, executive director of operations
David Jackson, executive director of operations
Lisa Smith, director of food service
Lisa Smith, director of food service
Annette Brown, assistant director of food service
Annette Brown, assistant director of food service
Linda Miller, administrative assistant
Linda Miller, administrative assistant
Bonnie Scarth, administrative assistant/food service representative
Bonnie Scarth, administrative assistant/food service representative

Food Services works to provide nutritious and appetizing meals in a supportive and inviting atmosphere. Our department supports the education of children by promoting lifelong, healthy attitudes and eating habits by providing services in a clean, safe environment in a cost-effective manner.

Opaa! Food Management operates the School Breakfast Program and National School Lunch Program, which incorporates locally grown farm-fresh fruits and vegetables and scratch cooking. We provide a wide variety of fresh, safe and nutritious choices to support a healthy learning environment.

Food Services is headquartered at Support Services, 202 W. Market in Andover. You can reach them at 316-218-4603.

KSHSAA Guidelines for Lightning Safety

1.       WHEN THUNDER IS HEARD OR CLOUD-TO-GROUND LIGHTNING IS SEEN, THE LEADING EDGE OF THE THUNDERSTORM IS CLOSE ENOUGH TO POSE A LIGHTNING RISK. SUSPEND PLAY AND TAKE SHELTER IMMEDIATELY.

 2.       ONCE PLAY HAS BEEN SUSPENDED, WAIT AT LEAST 30 MINUTES FROM THE LAST SOUND OF THUNDER OR LIGHTNING STRIKE WITNESSED BEFORE RESUMING THE ACTIVITY.

3.       ANY SUBSEQUENT THUNDER OR LIGHTNING STRIKE DURING THE 30 MINUTE WAITING PERIOD RESETS THE CLOCK, AND A NEW 30 MINUTE WAITING PERIOD BEGINS.

Cause of Cancelations will be a Tornado Warning or a second delay from thunder &/or lightning. 

ANYTIME LIGHTNING CAN BE SEEN OR THUNDER HEARD, RISK IS PRESENT!

Update regarding COVID-19

Andover Public Schools will carry over meal account balances from the 2019-2020 school year into the 2020-21 school year. Any family wishing to request a refund of their student’s or students’ meal account balance should complete this form. Refunds may take four to six weeks to process.

Free and reduced meals

Families meeting certain income requirements may be eligible for free or reduced-cost meals. Click here to check your eligibility.

Click here to begin the application process online. Paper forms also are available at Support Services, 202 W. Market in Andover.

Please note: The consent of disclosure form does not need to be returned for your child to receive free or reduced-cost meals. However, if this form is not returned, you will still be responsible for the following fees: textbook, technology, transportation and pay to participate. This form must be returned to Support Services.

Purchasing a la carte items

Students’ al a carte purchasing status will be exactly as it was at the close of last school year. If your student was permitted to purchase ala carte in May of 2019, that same status will be active August of 2019. If your student was not permitted to purchase ala carte at the end of last school year, that will also be the case for August 2018. If you would like to change or check your student’s a la carte status, please call Bonnie Scarth in the Nutrition Services office at 316-218-4603.

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