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Food Service Supervisor

Cumberland High School


My School Bucks

Cumberland County Public Schools is excited to announce MySchoolBucks. This service allows you to securely pay for school meals online, using a credit/debit card or electronic check. The service also allows for you to monitor student cafeteria purchases and receive email notifications for low account balances.

CUCPS MySchoolBucks Parent Letter

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The high school and middle school cafeteria partnered with the agriculture class to provide micro greens to the weekly salad bar. Starting in Spring 2019, the agriculture class will be providing lettuce, tomatoes, and cucumbers.


The cafeteria continues to serve fresh fruits and vegetables, such as apples, lettuces, and squash, grown in the great state of Virginia. Our fruit and vegetable varieties will be updated as the seasons change.

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Please click HERE to view and print monthly menus.

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