CCA is Approved for Free Meals Through end of School Year

  • The USDA has approved FREE Breakfast and Lunch for all students through the end of the school year.  Your students enrolled in the Clear Creek Amana Community School District will not be charged for any regular school meals, both breakfast and lunch meals. 

    Who is eligible for free meals? 
    All Clear Creek Amana students ages 18 and under will be eligible for free meals to include breakfast and lunch.  We will serve students attending on-site at all CCA buildings.
    Virtual Learners are still able to pick up meals.  The Meal Sign Up Form must be completed each week and meals picked up on Tuesdays and Fridays. This form can be found in every weekly district-wide newsletter that is emailed on Thursdays.
    The free meals are part of the Child Nutrition Program and are free for students only for this Waiver and does not include teachers, support staff or administrators’ meals, nor does this Waiver change the cost of these meals for adults.

    How does this affect your student's school lunch status?
    If your student is in full pay or reduced pay meal status, they will be temporarily moved to free status.  No meal charges will be made to the students account through the end of the school year.  No one really knows when this funding may run out, so like everything related to COVID, it will be a fluid process and we will notify families as soon as possible of any changes.  The student's meal account does not go away and can still be used for milk for a sack lunch or ala carte items., etc. and they still require payment for low funds.  Meal account balances carry over year to year. 

    Ala carte options will be available and charged to the student's meal account (extra milk and sack lunch milk at $.35).  Please add funds into the account to cover sack lunch milk and ala carte charges.  You can add funds to your student account using InTouch or send to school to be deposited.

    How does this affect applying for free and reduced lunches?
    We highly encourage Parent/Guardians to please fill out the Iowa Eligibility Meal Application online at to apply for free or reduced meal status so when we return to charging for meals, you will still receive the appropriate meal benefits. 

Meal Sign Up For Virtual Learning Students

  • Under the on-site learning model, students still have access to daily meals, Monday through Friday. A grab and go breakfast is available for students on-site along with a lunch meal served in the building.  Following is the meal schedule for Virtual Learners. A pre-order form will be sent out every Thursday in the District Newsletter. Families must sign up for every week by Sunday evening for the pre-order meals.  If your child(ren) are home because they are quarantined, they may sign-up to receive meals as well.

    Virtual Learners

    Meal Distribution at each building is from 8:00 - 8:15 AM on Tuesdays and Fridays. Arrive with your mask on and proceed to the pick-up line for the building you have chosen on the form.
    Tuesday pickup includes meals for Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday.
    Friday Pickup includes meals for Friday and Monday.
    Students/parents will pick up meals from their registered school building.
    Please wear your mask when picking up meals.
    Menus are subject to change.

    Pick-up location for each building:

    Amana Elementary - back kitchen door near the outdoor freezer
    Oxford Elementary - front main school entrance
    Tiffin Elementary - back kitchen door behind the building
    Oak Hill Elementary - back kitchen door behind the building
    North Bend Elementary - back kitchen door behind the building
    Middle School - front main school entrance
    High School - south door near the curve that goes around behind the school

    If you need to cancel meals for the week or have questions, please contact the Nutrition Services Director Debbie Klein at


  • The Nutrition Department works with the standards set by the United States Department of Agriculture to offer nutritionally balanced, appetizing school meals to the students and staff of the Clear Creek Amana Community School District. Our meals and snacks must meet the standards set forth by the USDA.

Wellness Plan and Policy

  • The Clear Creek Amana School District believes in aligning wellness, good nutrition and regular physical activity as a part of the total CCA learning environment.  The school district supports a healthy environment where students learn and participate in positive dietary and lifestyle practices.  By facilitating learning through the support and promotion of good nutrition and physical activity, schools contribute to the basic health status of students.  Improved health optimizes student performance potential.

    School Board Approved Wellness Policy
    CCA Wellness Policy Evaluation Checklist

Food & Nutrition Staff