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We partner with Nutrislice, a mobile menus app, to digitize menus, where parents and students may easily view information about what is served each day. Images, descriptions of foods and beverages, allergens and nutrient information can also be viewed.
Nutrislice is available for free on the Apple App Store and Android Google Play.
United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) School Nutrition guidelines and federal nutrition standard are followed to ensure meals are healthy, well-balanced and provide students the nutrition needed to succeed at school. District's wellness policy guidelines are also followed for all items offered in cafeterias. Menus are subject to change without notice. School meals offer students:
- Age-appropriate calorie limits and portion sizes
- Daily servings of vegetables and fruits (students must take at least one 1/2 cup serving of fruit or vegetables with their lunch meal; and at least 1/2 cup juice or fruit with breakfast)
- Wide variety of vegetables, including dark green and red/orange vegetables and legumes
- Selections of fresh, frozen and canned fruits at every meal
- White or flavored fat-free milk or 1% milk
- Whole grain rich breads and grains
- Lean proteins from meat and non-meat sources (cheese, eggs, nuts and seeds)
- Foods low in sodium and with limited amounts of saturated fat
- We encourage students to be adventurous eaters
and to try new foods, and try them often as taste
buds change over time. We are always working to
offer students healthier and tastier choices. School
- meals are a great value and a huge convenience for
- Offer vs. Serve (OVS) federal regulations help minimize
food waste. This requires students be offered (rather
than served) required food components and gives
students a choice to take all or a minimum number of
items. Students must take a minimum of a 1/2 cup of
fruit or vegetable or 1/4 cup of each with lunch; and a
minimum of a 1/2 cup of fruit or 4 oz. juice with
breakfast. Students are encouraged to take all food
items offered as it provides a balanced meal for the
Products have been prepared in district kitchens or
food production areas where milk, eggs, soy beans, tree nuts and peanuts are used. If you have questions about specific food products, please contact the kitchen manager where your student attends or the district food service office.
To get more facts about school meals visit the website for the School Nutrition Association or click the links below.