Welcome to the Child Nutrition Services (CNS) to Menu Page
We are happy to share that all students can receive free breakfast and lunch this year!
Students may receive 1 free breakfast and 1 free lunch daily.
Scroll to the bottom of this page to see all off our printable menus.
We have been working to offer our students the best options possible. We have been working to eliminate high fructose corn syrup, hydrogenated oils, and added food coloring from all of menus. We also have been working to add more plant-based and vegetarian options. It has been exciting to see our students trying new things, and we will continue these offerings in the 2021 - 2022 school year.
If students have a medically diagnosed disability related to food, we will accommodate with alternate meal options. To receive a meal accommodation please complete the form located on our website.
Breakfast will be offered 15 minutes before the start of school at all school sites.
We invite elementary students to come early, even if they do not have time to eat before school. Breakfast will be offered in a lunch bag, and can be saved for the am recess.
Amador Valley HS & Foothill HS will have brunch on Wednesdays & Thursdays.
All meals come with an entree, fruit, vegetable, and milk.
Garlex Pizza will be offered at all school this year.
All elementary schools will have 1 pizza day per week.
Middle Schools will have pizza on Wednesdays and Fridays.
High School will have pizza offered daily.
Village will have pizza on Fridays.
We offer a variety of fresh seasonal fruits and veggies.
We are grateful to offer students a variety of nutrients that can complement their entrees.
We do want to be sure to let you know that per federal guidelines, students must take a fruit or vegetable will all meals. Milk is optional.
Students are not required to participate in the free meal program, but if they do, their meal must include a fruit or veggie because those are the federal rules.
For meal accommodations due to diagnosed medical disability, please complete the CDE meal accommodation form
and return it to Kperusse@pleasantonusd.net Please note this form requires a signature from a medical professional.
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