Spring Break Meals

  • Spring Break Meals Sample Photo FPS is offering food assistance to K12 families while school is closed for spring break March 15-19th.  Food boxes will be available to K12 student households to help ensure all students have access to food when not in school. Food boxes are available to all student households regardless of financial means.  All families, whether doing in-person or virtual learning, are encouraged to participate.

    Food boxes will be available for pickup Thursday, March 11th from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm at the FPS Operations Center.  Food boxes must be ordered in advance by 4:00 pm Tuesday, March 9th.  Orders can be placed starting Monday, February 22nd.  A separate order for each child must be placed.

    FPS Operations Center – 3901 40th Ave S, Fargo (watch for signs)

    Order Spring Break Meals

    To place your order, click the button on the left and complete the linked form. If you need assistance, please contact the Nutrition Services office at 701-446-1152.

Nutrition Services

  • COVID-19 Information

    For information about how we're keeping students and staff healthy and safe during this unprecedented time, review our Smart Restart page.

  • To place a pick-up order, click the appropriate red button below and complete the linked form. If you need assistance, please contact the Nutrition Services office at 701-446-1152.

    Order Virtual Academy Grab and Go Meals

  • 2020 Fall School StartUp Announcement - A breakfast and lunch meal is provided to all students daily at no cost due to the USDA’s extension of emergency feeding programs as the country continues to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. Free meals are temporary and will be provided through the 2020-2021 school year. Additional items served, such as second servings and a la carte items, are not included with the free meal program and funds will be required to make these purchases. Meals will require payment when the free meal program expires.


  • School Lunch Room

    The Nutrition Services Department provides the breakfast and lunch program to all students of the Fargo Public Schools.  As a part of the USDA program, nutritionally balanced meals are served to promote healthier eating.  Free or reduced price meals are provided to any students that qualify, free milk is provided to free and reduced students in Kindergarten through grade 5 at milk break, and free breakfast is provided to all reduced price students.

    The Nutrition Services Department has 125 employees that work at our 21 school kitchens or the Central Kitchen and District Office.  Approximately 3,000 breakfasts and 9,500 lunches are served daily on school days.

    Frequently Asked Questions: Elementary - Secondary


  • Cindy Hogenson
    Nutrition Services Director

    Kimberly Knight