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Wellness - Health, Nutrition and Fitness

Purchasing a Meal...

Purchasing Meals

Students who purchase meals or snacks enter a PIN # into a keypad when retrieving their meal. The PIN # remains the same for as long as the child is in the school district. The number is given only to the individual student and must not be shared with others. Students at all grade levels should know their PIN # in order to purchase a meal.


Charged Meals
Nutrition Services is required to be a self-sustaining department. All revenues received go towards our staff payroll, benefits, food and supply purchases, equipment purchase and repair, etc. It is the parent’s responsibility to ensure that they provide their child with money to buy lunch. We cannot be responsible for covering meals for students who routinely do not have money to buy lunch; this would be a gift of public funds and is against the state Ed. code.


We do allow students to charge up to two lunches and two breakfasts, or a total of $8.50 at the elementary schools and $9. at middle and high schools. They enter their PIN # as usual, and the computer charges the meal to the student’s account. Parents are responsible for reimbursing the cafeteria for all charged meals. We do not allow students to charge snack items.


Once the student reaches their charge limit, he or she will be given an alternate lunch, with milk so that they do not go away hungry. The parent will be notified that the child is being sent to school without provisions for eating to determine how to rectify the problem.


Students' Lunch Accounts

Please go to to add money to your student's lunch account online.

Attendance Hotline (760) 331-5870!

Leave a message with your child's name, your name, the date of the absence, and the reason.


What to do if my child is sick

If your child is not feeling well, please keep them home until they are well.  For children with flu symptoms, please keep them home for 24 hours after the fever is gone, without the use of fever-reducing medications, or per your doctor's orders.


If your child displays flu-like symptoms while at school, we will send them to the nurses office and sent home with a recommendation they see their physician.

 Visit the CUSD website for more resources: 

CUSD - Student Wellness

handwashing 101:


  • Wash your hands properly and often
  • Clean under the nails, between the fingers, on both sides of the hand and around the wrist
  • Run your hands together completely and thoroughly with soap and water
  • Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds - or sing "Happy Birthday" twice
  • If you do not have access to soap and water, use an alcohol-based (62% alcohol) hand sanitizer; apply liberally and rub over hands and fingers until it dries

For more info:

CDC - Handwashing Tips