Announcing Oxford’s New Lunch Program

Oxford Prep is excited to announce our new and improved school lunch program!

Oxford Prep is proud to have received approval from the California Department of Education to be a National School Lunch Program (NSLP) food vendor. Revolution Foods has been officially approved to provide NSLP services to both our Saddleback Valley and South Orange County campuses.

Revolution Foods (also know as “Rev” Foods) specializes in serving fresh and affordable food options to students. Rev Foods is committed to high quality ingredients like whole muscle meats, rBST free milk, unbleached flour, and fresh fruit.

Their meals are hand prepared and delivered to our school sites fresh daily. With vegetarian, gluten-free, and dairy-free options, most dietary needs can now be met. What you won’t find in their school meals are artificial colors, flavors, or sweeteners.

NEW convenient online payments for student lunches

We are also pleased to announce our new partnership with MealTime, a convenient and secure online service for making credit or debit card payments to your child’s lunch account.

Setting up your Mealtime account is quick and easy. Visit our website to read the simple three step set-up instructions and get your student account(s) ready for the school year today!

In addition to convenient online payments using a credit or debit card, parents may also load their child’s account with a cash payment at the front office.

Your Child’s ID

When signing up with MealTime, you will be asked to enter your child’s Oxford Prep ID. For your convenience, this information was provided in the information email that was sent on August 10th to the parent email address we have on file in SchoolMessenger. Please write down or store your child’s ID number in a convenient place as it is required when placing a lunch order.

New Lunch Program FAQ

Will Free and Reduced priced lunches be offered?
Yes! As previously mentioned, Oxford Prep received official approval from the California Department of Education to be a National School Lunch Program (NSLP) food vendor. Revolution Foods will provide NSLP services to both our Saddleback Valley and South Orange County campuses.

How do I apply for Free and Reduced priced lunches?
Applications for the National School Lunch Program are available in your school’s front office. Instructions and applications can also be downloaded here in English and here in Spanish. Just bring the completed forms with you to the front office and our staff will be happy to help.

Will dietary restrictions be considered in the menu options?
Yes. Initial daily menus will offer standard, vegetarian, and dairy-free options. Depending on daily demand and feedback, these options may change. If your child has a food allergy, please fill out the Medical Statement to Request Special Meals and/or Accommodations form. To learn more about Revolution Foods’ special diet and allergy accommodations, please review their Frequently Asked Questions.

How can I see what the lunch menu will be?
A dedicated lunch menu calendar has been created and can be viewed on our school website here.

What happens if I forget to send lunch money to school with my child?
Please Note: This does not apply to students enrolled in the Free and Reduced lunch program.

When a student’s meal account balance reaches $0.00, Oxford will extend a $10.00 borrowing limit to allow parents time to repay and replenish the account. If a student comes to school without provision for lunch, they will receive an emergency meal.

Oxford has partnered with MealTime, an online payment service company. Please visit MealTime’s website and view their debit and credit card pre-payment options which can also be set up with check or cash at our front office. More information about setting up an account with MealTime can be found here.

Will snacks be offered during morning recess?
Snacks will continue to be offered for purchase during the morning nutrition break on Monday-Friday for 1st-8th grade students. Please note that snack purchases are cash only and are not tied to your child’s MealTime account.

Can TK and Kindergarteners eat school lunch?
All TK through 8th grade students can enjoy lunch served at school. Our food service will be open 30 minutes before school begins for our PM Kindergarteners and TK students and 30 minutes after school releases for our AM Kinders and TK’ers. We ask that parents accompany their TK or kindergarten Champions to the lunch area to enjoy lunch.

What if my TK or Kindergarten student goes to Champion Village (CV)?
If your child attends Champion Village before or after their half day of kindergarten, our CV staff will accompany him or her to the lunch line and back to CV to assist them with lunch.