Breakfast and Lunch will be FREE at all schools for all students for this school year 2021-2022
PARENTS: Oregon is the recipient of a grant to provide funds to children experiencing food insecurity during this Pandemic. The Oregon Department of Education Child Nutrition Programs is supporting The Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT) program by collecting data from schools. If your child is eligible, you will be contacted shortly by DHS. Instructions will be included to activate or refuse benefits.
Nutrition Services offers students a variety of nutritious food choices daily to ensure that all students maintain physical and intellectual fitness. We want to ensure that your child receives the fuel necessary to be successful in the classroom.
Because diet has long-range effects on health, happiness, education, and success for your child, our healthy meals are an opportunity to enhance their future and ability to learn.
Our low-cost meals provide your child with the best nourishment, variety, and service available. Breakfast is always free for all students!
All menus are analyzed so that we are assured that what we offer meets the dietary guidelines. Lunch and breakfast meals are in compliance with government, state, education and other nutrition guidelines. The program continues to make health-conscious changes for the future. These are some of the healthy offerings:
- Low-fat cheese and yogurt Low-fat and fat free milks.
- Pure ground beef patties.
- Low-fat mayonnaise and salad dressings.
- Only reduced sugar cold cereals are served at breakfast.
- Whole grain and whole wheat breads.
- Vegetarian entrées.
- A variety of fruit and vegetables are offered daily to complement entrées.
We look forward to welcoming your children to the cafeteria this fall and throughout the school year. To get the facts about school meals visit www.TrayTalk.org.
Local Wellness Policy
Nutrition Department Staff
Phone: 541-451-8511, ext. 1069
Email: Send Email
Juan San Nicolas
Phone: 541-451-8511, ext. 1069
Food Service Staff
|Green Acres||Catherine Moe
|Hamilton Creek||Kelly Zaina
|Seven Oak||Juanita Anderson
|High School||Glenda Utter
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