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Food Services

Every day students are offered options for all five components of their lunch, which includes milk, protein, fruits, vegetables, and grains.

While the most nutritious lunch contains all of the options, we understand that sometimes our students do not like some of the items we serve. To make our customers happy, we like to give them the option to decline items they do not want to eat. In order to be in compliance with Offer Versus Serve standards set by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), students are required to take at least three components for their meal. One of these must be at least ½ cup of fruit or vegetable.

Welcome to our kitchens! enjoy this photographic journey through mealtimes in the district. 

Students showing off their cooking creations
NBE Staff preparing dough
Cafe staff in the kitchen
Students showing off their cooking creations
students cooking together
Student adding whipped cream to treat
BSE Staff in the kitchen
HIJH Cafe Staff in the kitchen

What's Cooking?

Valentines Lunch Treat

Join us for Valentines Day lunch on February 14th. 

Buy a meal and receive a strawberry shortcake with your meal!

Also available ala carte for purchase

valentines art with cake and cupcakes
Meatless Monday

This semester we will be featuring Meatless Mondays!

Meatless Mondays! Try any one of our amazing new vegetarian items

Harvest of the Month

Winter Squash

yellow winter squash, whole.

■ Winter squash is a vitamin and mineral powerhouse. It provides vitamin A and C, fiber, potassium, magnesium and many other essential vitamins and minerals.

■ Pigments called carotenoids give winter squashes their deep yellow and orange colors. Carotenoids turn into
vitamin A in your body.

■ Vitamin A keeps eyes and skin healthy. It also helps your body fight infections.

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Glazed Squash Bake


  • Cooking spray
  • 2 pounds winter squash (try acorn, butternut, delicata or others)
  • 3 tablespoons brown sugar
  • ¼ teaspoon each salt and pepper


1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Line a rimmed baking sheet with foil. Lightly spray foil with cooking spray.
2. Wash the squash, cut in half and scoop out seeds. Cut into 1-inch thick slices and lay on baking sheet.
3. In a small bowl, combine brown sugar, salt and pepper. Sprinkle squash with half the seasoning mixture.
4. Bake until sugar has melted, about 4 to 6 minutes. Remove baking sheet from oven and turn squash slices over. Sprinkle remaining seasoning mixture over squash and return to the oven. Bake until squash is tender, about 15 to 20 minutes. Serve warm.
5. Refrigerate leftovers within 2 hours.


Links:   Winter Squash Poster         Winter Squash Coloring Page         Winter Squash Information Sheet

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Global Flavors

Global Flavors

This month, experience mediterranean cuisine!

Global flavors Mediterranean Quinoa Salad


Elementary on 2/21.

Secondary from 2/19 - 2/23

2023 - 2024 School Year Menus and Pricing

Free and Reduced Meal Application

Any questions regarding Food Services, please contact Karen Ogden, Nutrition and Food Service Director.

Meet the Team!

Karen Ogden

Director of Food Services

Eva Lutz

Assistant Director of Food Services

Tami Luce

Food Service Administrative Assistant

1964 Catering

Welcome to 1964 Catering!


From early morning meetings to box lunches and dinner options, let us help you with your up-coming event.  We offer a variety of foods…

  • Fresh Seasonal Fruit Platters for Meetings and Parties
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Farm Fresh & Locally Grown Salads
  • Tasty Treats

Don’t see what you are looking for? We can customize a menu to meet your vision as well as price point. 

tables with lots of food

Catering Contact

Amy Reade

Food Services Project Catering Coordinator