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Welcome to Nutrition Services!

We are now hiring substitute cafeteria assistants! 


Pew Charitable Trust Highlights McNair High School's Mobile Carts in USDA Case Study

The Kids’ Safe and Healthful Foods Project—a joint initiative of The Pew Charitable Trusts and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation—studied 19 schools last year to explore the effects of this federal funding on students and meal programs around the country. Our very own McNair High School was selected as one of those case study and featured in a recently published article.


Cows are Bringing the Farm to the School at Podesta Ranch
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Five Flavor Culinary Course Inspires School Food Service
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Who Doesn't Want to Date a Farmer?
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The Food Service Staff at Lodi Unified School District is dedicated to providing students and staff members with attractive, well balanced, and nutritious meals.

We value all students and staff as our customers.

We strive to provide the best possible quality foods, services and nutritional knowledge to our students and employees. We want to be the friendliest and most efficient school food service establishment in San Joaquin County.


We are now accepting free and reduced lunch applications for the 2015-2016 school year.

  • Fill out only one application per household.  List all household members and income.
  • You must complete a new application each school year.
  • If you require a paper version of the application, you may obtain one at the school site or at the Food Services district office.



mySchoolBucks is your online portal to see information and pay your student's school meals.  Adding funds to your students account is easy.  There is no processing fee to add funds online.


¡Bienvenidos! El USDA a través del Centro de Políticas y Promoción de Nutrición está lanzando nuevos materiales en español para la audiencia Hispana, en conmemoración del mes Nacional de la Herencia Hispana y para incrementar el reconocimiento de MiPlato – el complemento en español de MyPlate. La nueva en la serie de 10 consejos de nutrición, celebra nuevas maneras de preparar comidas saludables y al mismo tiempo satisfacer preferencias culturales y diversidad étnica.

To celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month and increase awareness about MiPlato – the Spanish complement to MyPlate – the USDA Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion is launching new resources for Spanish-speaking audiences. The new tip sheet celebrates ways to prepare healthier foods to meet diverse ethnic and cultural preferences.