Menus & Meals

Wicomico County Public Schools

Wicomico County Public Schools

Food Supply Notice

Monthly school meal menus for breakfast and lunch are published on this page so that families are aware of what foods will be served each day. Please be aware that due to regional and national food supply issues beyond our control, there may be times during this school year when our school meal menus must be adjusted, with as much notice to families as is possible.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Meal Updates for School Year 2024-2025 

This school year, Wicomico County Public Schools will participate in a federal program called CEP (Community Eligibility Provision). The program offers all Wicomico students breakfast and lunch at no charge.

The charging of meals to student accounts will not be necessary this school year. However, a la carte items will be available for purchase through cash transactions or deducted from a student's LINQ Connect account on a school-by-school basis. Please Note: Negative balances on meal accounts from previous years will be carried over into this school year. If a student's meal account is negative from a previous year, parents will be notified via automated phone calls, letters, and emails.

To assist you in managing your student's meal account, parents can view a student's purchase history, set spending limits and low balance notifications, and add funds to a student's account electronically at, or through the LINQ connect app, available in the Google Play Store or Apple Store. Upon registering your account, you will have free up-to-date access. A fee of $3.95 is assessed only when you add funds to the account. Please allow up to 24 hours for new funds to be posted to a student's account.

Feel free to contact the Department of Food and Nutrition Services office with any questions, comments, or concerns by phone at 410-677-4442 or email

Meal Updates for School Year 2022-2023 

Good Nutrition is one of the elements for student success, today and in the future. Wicomico County Public Schools Food Services Department has the responsibility of providing the necessary nutritional components while its students are in the care of the school system. Our guidelines are set forth under the direction of the USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) and administered through the NSLP (National School Lunch Program) and NSBP (National School Breakfast Program). We are an equal opportunity provider.