Welcome to Nutrition Services
our Nutrition and Fitness website!
The Nutrition Services department is made up of a team of food and nutrition professionals that are dedicated to students' health, well being and their ability to learn. It is our goal to provide healthy school meals that our students will enjoy, and come back for more!
We know that an empty stomach makes paying attention and learning difficult. With the support of parents and teachers, we can serve every student breakfast. A variety of breakfast foods are offered for our Elementary and Middle School students, to match a variety of food preferences. Breakfast in the Classroom is served for all of our High School students, as we know many of them enjoy sleeping until the very last minute and may not take the time for breakfast!
Please take a few minutes and enjoy our website. We believe you will find a variety of resources for students, parents, and teachers.
Before you leave this page, download our new menu app! That's right, you can now check the menu on your phone!
USDA Revisions to the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 for K3 and K4 Students
USDA regulation 7CFR 210.10 and 7 CFR 220.8 require changes to the current breakfast and lunch meal patterns for all students in the K3 and K4 programs. To assist parents in understanding the new requirements and how these will impact the breakfast and lunch program, a list of the changes are noted below.
K3 and K4 students :
1 - Will no longer participate in the offer vs. serve program at breakfast. A customized menu will be provided for these students.
2 - May only receive unflavored low-fat or unflavored fat-free milk at breakfast. (no chocolate milk will be served at breakfast)
3 - Will be served 100% fruit juice one time a day only.
4 - Will not be served breakfast bars, cereal bars, toaster pastries, muffins, sweet rolls or doughnuts at breakfast.
5 - Will not receive any cereal with greater than 6 grams of sugar per ounce.
Our K3 and K4 students will continue to enjoy many of their breakfast favorites like pancake on a stick, chicken biscuits, french toast and yogurt.
We have already started our transition to the new regulations, which will be fully in place by February. We appreciate your support as you assist in explaining to your K3 and K4 year olds about the new changes.
The breakfast menu can be found under the menu section of this website. A new menu will be available for the K3 and K4 year olds, beginning in February.
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