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Welcome to TRF Public Schools Food Service!!

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At lunch, we are required to “offer” students five components with each meal. Students are required to take three of those five components in order for us to count it as a “reimbursable meal”. Students are also required to take a serving of a fruit or vegetable for us to count it as a reimbursable meal. The components offered are:

  •   Milk (must be skim or 1% for flavored milk)
  •   Meat/meat alternate (meat, cheese, cottage cheese, yogurt, beans/legumes
  •   Bread/grains (All Grains served must be “whole grain rich” including breading, cookies, cereal, pretzels, etc.)   
  •   Fruit /vegetables (There is a requirement for certain subcategories of vegetables according to their color and nutritional content.)

There are different requirements for different age groups for certain components. For example, at the High School level, we need to offer 10-12 bread/grain servings each week. At the Middle School we need to offer 8- 10 bread/grain servings each week. At the Elementary level, we are required to offer 8-9 servings of bread/grain items each week. 



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All PBIS practices are founded on the assumption and belief that all children 
can exhibit appropriate behavior.  As a result, it is our responsibility to identify 
the contextual setting events and environmental conditions that enable exhibition 
of appropriate behavior.  We then must determine the means and systems to provide 
those resources.


These boys pictured show good behavior by cleaning up around the garbages
without questions asked.  We encourage students to take the initiative to
clean up after themselves and others without being prompted. 




Please visit our lunchrooms at anytime! We encourage parents to come in and eat breakfast or lunch with their students at any point during the school year!

Stop by and talk with staff if you have a question about the meals or a lunch account.

To be a partner in education by serving nutritious, cost-effective, and well-prepared meals by a staff that is friendly, caring and professional, thus enabling students to grow and learn to their potential.




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. We support learning by promoting healthy habits for lifelong nutrition and fitness practices.

Meals, foods and beverages sold or served at schools meet state and federal requirements which are based on the USDA Dietary Guidelines. We provide students with access to a variety of affordable and appealing foods that meet the health and nutrition needs of students.



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