Food Services

Café EDU
Nourishing Bodies and Minds
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Flagler Schools Food and Nutrition Services is now Café EDU! Our mission is to create a safe and reliable environment for students, parents, and staff, where exceptional dining experiences are the norm. We are committed to sustainability, and to continuously developing an engaged staff. Café EDU transcends the nostalgic perceptions of school food service, while consistently exceeding the expectations of our stakeholders and industry partners.

Café EDU staff members prepare and serve nutritious meals to the students and faculty, each and every school day, and at a number of sites throughout the summer months. All meals served must meet guidelines established by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Flagler Schools participates in the National School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program, Summer Food Service Program, and the After School Meals Program.


All meals are currently free for all students.
 Thanks to a waiver extension from the USDA, we are able to continue last year’s free school lunches, in addition to the existing free School Breakfast Program.

You may use PayPAMS to pre-pay for 
additional cafeteria items. This service is available on the PayPAMS website or by using the PayPAMS mobile app. Please view the flyer for additional information.


Employment Opportunities
If you are interested in creating exceptional dining experiences for Flagler Schools students, please apply online to join the Café EDU team.

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