Food Services

The district’s Food and Nutrition Department takes seriously its obligation to fortify children with nutritious foods as well as to teach nutrition literacy. As educators, we know it is our responsibility to ensure that children develop academically to the fullest extent of their capabilities and that development begins with healthy, delicious meals. We are proud to serve as an important resource for the students, staff, and community.

Our mission is to provide nutritious meals at a minimal cost to our families. To help us do this, we are proud to participate in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast programs. All our students receive free breakfast and lunch each day, so parents don’t have to worry about the expense. And we plan meals to be nutritious and kid-friendly, with fruits and vegetables as part of the daily menu along with low-fat milk and dairy products.

Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; Executive Order 13166; 7 CFR 246.8(c); DR 4300-003 6 (c.) and 8 c.(3); FNS Instruction 113-1, Sections VII and XII; United States Department of Agriculture Guidance to federal financial assistance regarding the Title VI prohibition against national origin discrimination affecting persons with limited English proficiency, 79 Fed. Reg. 70771, (Nov. 28, 2014) (USDA LEP policy guidance); and DOJ LEP guidance.

Food Services Staff

Jessica Sanchez, Food Service Director