• Meal payments are accepted in the form of check or cash at each cafeteria.  Please send money with your child in an envelope with their name and lunch number on it.  Another option is to use the Titan Meal Payments link here to pay online.  There is a fee associated with online payments.

Child Nutrition

  • appleWelcome to the Child Nutrition Department at Greenbrier Schools. We are here to serve our students and staff healthy meals so they can excel in the classroom.

    Watch for National Food Days on the menu! 
    A well balanced meal full of whole grains, lean meat, fruits and vegetables is offered daily. We understand that some days, the cafeteria may make something that a student doesn't like, so when trying to decide if a lunch needs to be packed, we have implemented some daily themes to remember. For example, every Tuesday Panther students can expect their favorite chicken products, including chicken rings, chicken nuggets, and chicken sandwiches!


    All students eat free breakfast and lunch again in the 2021-2022 school year.  We are #GreenbrierProud that our families have this resource available.  We still request that families complete the free/reduced lunch application because of the possible impact on federal funding that helps to provide student resources.

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