Food Services



Free and Reduced-Price Meals

Click here to complete your Family Application for Free and Reduced-Price Meals

The Natrona County School District participates in the National School Lunch and Breakfast Program. This program provides free and reduced-price meals to students who qualify. To qualify, each household needs to complete the Family Application for Free and Reduced-Price Meals. If you have received Direct Certification, you do not need to apply.

If your family’s financial situation changes throughout the year, you may complete the application again.

Questions? Find answers to frequently asked questions here, or call NCSD Food Services for assistance.

Click here for information on income eligibility guidelines for Free and Reduced Lunch

If your family’s financial situation changes throughout the year, you may complete the application again. Please contact NCSD Food Service at (307) 253-5205 for any questions.


Special Dietary Needs

If your student has a special dietary need download the Special Dietary Needs Form. Fill out the form and send it to NCSD Food Services.

The form can be mailed to Food Services at 970 N. Glenn Rd., Casper, WY, 82601
faxed to (307) 253-5278
hand-delivered to 770 N. Glenn Rd., Casper, WY.

The Natrona County School District’s Food Service Department is excited to offer parents, a family-friendly system for online meal prepayment and nutrition information.

The service allows parents to deposit money into their child’s school meal account and review the account at any time.

You can:

* Manage your entire family’s school meal accounts from home, the office, or any computer with Internet access.

* Get 24/7 convenient access to prepayment service, account balance and recent purchase information.

* Check your child’s current meal account balance online.

* View a report of the last 30 days’ transactions for your child.

* Automatically receive e-mail reminders when your child’s account balance gets low. is a great tool for your child, too! Having prepaid accounts helps children move through lunch lines faster, giving them more time to eat, socialize and relax. There’s also no more worrying about lost or forgotten lunch money!

Complete instructions for is available below. If you have questions, call Mike Pyska, Food Service Manager, at 253-5203.


Breakfast and Lunch Programs

NCSD offers breakfast and lunch programs at every school in the district. Please check with your school for the exact times for service.

Meal Prices for 2016 – 2017

Elementary Student Breakfast:

Full Pay: 1.65
Reduced: .30
Child Visitor: 1.65

Adult Breakfast: 2.35
Elementary Student Lunch:

Full Pay: 2.75
Reduced: .40
Child Visitor: 2.75

Adult Lunch: 3.90
Secondary Student Breakfast:

Full Pay: 1.90
Reduced .30
Child Visitor: 1.90

Adult Breakfast: 2.35
Secondary Student Lunch:
Full Pay: 3.00
Reduced: .40
Child Visitor: 3.00

Adult Lunch: 3.90

Domino’s Pizza: $1.75
Milk: .40



Mike Pyska
Director – Nutritional Services
(307) 253-5205

Desiree McAdams
Administrative Specialist
(307) 253-5205

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