Please find our healthy school menus below. We take great pride in our scratch cooking and use of fresh products to prepare meals for your students every day.
To see how we incorporate local food into our menus each month please click HERE to see our "Local Products" page.
Our menus are designed to be appealing to students so that they will get the benefit of having a healthy school meal every day. We are also committed to introducing students to some new foods along with those they typically like. We support students to try foods they may not be familiar with through taste tests and "try it" portions every day.
Included with meals, students may choose from a wide offering of fruits and vegetable from the Fresh Fruit and Veggie Bars located in every school.
THANK you for supporting our school meals program as we support your students to LEARN and GROW each and every day.
PLEASE USE THE ARROW TO SCROLL RIGHT TO SEE MENUS FOR THE NEXT MONTH
Menus are listed BELOW the school name!
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.