Lunch News


We've had a few questions concerning hot lunch. As with snow days, any hot lunch order will stay in your account.  This means that while we're functioning in distance and e-learning, your purchased meals will not be deducted and the money will stay in your account for future use.  
April Hot Lunch Order is open for ordering until March 20.  
Ordering for May will open April 1.
Please check your calendar when placing your order.  Avoid ordering when your student has a field trip or will be out for an appointment.
St. Theresa Catholic School uses EZ Parent Center for parents to order hot lunch for their students.  This system will eliminate questions that the cafeteria and parents have about who ordered and what they ordered.  You will be able to access your child’s order online 24/7.

To create an account with EZ Parent Center, click on the EZ Parent Center Sign Up document.  Instructions on how to pre-order hot lunch and make payment are also included in the document.  All accounts must be approved before you can place an order and it can take up to two (2) school days for approval.

Order Lunch Here:

Download and complete the Subway Order Form.  This form can be turned into your student's teacher or the cafeteria.  If a form is not turned in each time, your child will receive the cafeteria choice of sub.

Our lunch vendors are, but not limited to: 

  • Fuddruckers
  • Fresh Lunch
  • Subway, Ashburn Farm
  • Chic Fill A, Dulles
  • Rubino's
  • In House

Any questions, please contact




This year you have the option to pre-order chocolate or white milk for your child. Milk is served daily at lunch time in single serving cartons in white or chocolate. We all know and understand the value of good nutrition and the important role it plays in our children’s lives. If you wish your child to receive milk at school this year, please use the form below to begin your child’s milk order:


St. Theresa Catholic School offers the Special Milk Program for Children to eligible students. To comply with the law, we must post the following statement on our website.

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