New! Transfer funds between student accounts

Now parents can use PaySchools to easily transfer funds from one child's meal account to another. For example, you may have a student who has graduated, but still has money in their account. Now you can move that money to a sibling's account with just a few clicks.

Step 1: Go to your PaySchools dashboard
Step 2: At the top right corner of the "Meal" box, click the icon with the dollar sign and arrows.
Step 3: Select the two students on your plan that you want to transfer funds between.
Step 4: Lastly, type in the amount you want to transfer and indicate which student is receiving the funds.

That's it! Questions? Please contact Director of Food and Nutrition Services Omnia Nasef at [email protected] or 330-302-0312. 

Menus + nutritional info are just a click away!

Cloverleaf is excited to offer families a powerful new tool: My School Menus. Parents and students can find out what's being served for breakfast and lunch, plus see nutritional information, allergens and more. Stay informed with real-time updates when menus change.

The My School Menus app makes it easy to access all this information from your favorite mobile device.
Please click the links below for menus, as well as instructional videos on how to use My School Menus and how to download the mobile app:

Save on meals and school fees

Pay-to-participate fees and other school fees can be waived or reduced for students who qualify for free or reduced-price meals.

How do I know if I'm eligible?
The criteria often change from year to year, so we encourage everyone to apply to find out. It's easy and it's confidential.

Are students who receive free or reduced-price meals identified when they get their breakfast or lunch?
Absolutely not. Everyone who checks out in a Cloverleaf cafeteria simply scans the bar code on their school I.D. No one sees how your meal is being paid for. Your privacy is protected.

My family likely could benefit from this, but would we be taking resources away from others who may need them more?
No. Actually, the opposite is true! First, there are no limits on how many families can sign up. Second, Cloverleaf's federal funding for many educational programs is based on the number of students who sign-up for free or reduced-price meals. By taking part, you are helping all Cloverleaf students.

Free health coverage
If your child qualifies for the school meals program, your family may qualify for free health care coverage through the Healthy Start & Healthy Families program. Please click HERE for more.

To apply:
For application assistance, please call 1-877-393-6628 

Click one of the links below to print or download information and an application:

Contact Food and Nutrition Services Director Omnia Nasef at:

Reduced-price meals now free for 2023-24

Great news for Cloverleaf families: Ohio students who apply and qualify for reduced-price breakfast and lunch will receive their meals at no cost this school year, thanks to a provision in the most recent state budget. Eligibility for free and reduced-price lunch is based on federal income guidelines or participation in other programs, such as Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and Ohio Works First. Applications are available HERE.

Reduced and paid lunch prices for the 2023-24 school year:

Reduced Price (all grades)$0$0

Has your student lost their meal I.D. card?

Not to worry! There are a few options.Boy at salad bar

Elementary School
Students may request a new card free of charge.

Middle School and High School
Students may request a new card at a cost of $3 per card.


You may download and print an I.D. card from your PaySchools account. Just click "Digital I.D." in the menu on the right side of your PaySchools dashboard. Your student also can show the cashier a copy of their Digital I.D. card on their phone.

Reminders for parents

1. A la carte items and snacks are available for purchase. Students may pay with cash or by using their lunch account. Students with negative balances are not permitted to charge or purchase a la carte items.

2. Any restrictions or limits on snack purchases should be reported to Food and Nutrition Services Director Ominia Nasef at [email protected] or 330-302-0312.

3. Lactose-free milk is available upon request by parents or guardians. Please complete the form below and submit it to the food and nutrition services department.


Ms. Omnia Nasef
Director of Food and Nutrition Services


Cloverleaf Food and Nutrition Services
8525 Friendsville Road
Lodi, Ohio 44254

Career Opportunities

We are always looking for dedicated, caring people to join Cloverleaf's award-winning food service staff! Full-time, part-time and substitute positions. Perfect for retirees and parents. Please click HERE to visit the district's career opportunities page.

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