Welcome to Nutrition Services
Click HERE to connect to EFunds online meal account payment programWe encourage ALL FAMILIES to review the Income Chart for FREE & REDUCED LUNCH. Please APPLY if you think you might qualify. This info is only available to nutrition services staff — not teachers or general staff. View chart now.Simple Snacks
To give children the energy and nutrients they need throughout the day, encourage them to eat a meal or snack every 3-4 hours. Snacks can be very simple to make, and healthy too! When making a snack, choose foods from a least two food groups from the USDA My Plate nutrition guide: Fruits, Vegetables, Grains, Protein, and Milk. Quick and easy snack ideas include: berries with yogurt, fruit smoothie made with milk or yogurt, whole grain crackers with cheese, red/green/yellow peppers with hummus, trail mix made with whole grain cereal, seeds and raisins; or fruit salad with a whole grain muffin. To make a healthy snack a quick and easy choice, keep cut up veggies and fruit in the fridge! For more information on healthy snacks, check out the "Nutrition Links that We Like" here on the Nutrition Services home page.
February Fruit and Vegetable of the Month!
Join Our Team!
Now that school is back in session, are you missing the pitter-patter of children's feet during the day? We've got a great opportunity for you to come and work with our 10,000 students in the nutrition services department. Working in Nutrition Services is a great fit for parents with children in the district as you only work when school is in session and can be home with them on holidays and weekends! If you are interested in applying, click HERE to connect to the application and for details as to where to drop it off.Good Nutrition is an important part of the learning environment. A hungry student has difficulty concentrating and learning. Help your child do better in school by making sure they eat a healthy breakfast and lunch either at home or with us at school!