Food Services

Let's Talk About Food!

As we gear up to kick off the 2020-2021 school year, we have many dates to put on your radar:
  • Wednesday, August 12th will be the last delivery/curbside pick-up for our 7-Day Meal Kits.
  • During our LEAP days (August 10th -14th), all students on campus will be eligible for a free breakfast and lunch meal.
  • Beginning August 17th, we transition back to the National School Lunch Program, NSLP. Under NSLP, all students' free, reduced, or full paid eligibility resumes per usual.
  • As of right now, our tentative delivery date for 5-Day Meal Kits for D3 Virtual students will be August 24. 
  • Please download your copy of the lunch applications for either D3 Virtual or A/B Hybrid schedule here.
  • To fully understand how students will be fed safely and individually, click here.  

Food Services

Support services are essential to the successful function of a school system. The administration must design school business and other support operations to support a quality educational program. Education is the district's central function. All support services must be provided, guided and evaluated by this requirement.
In order to provide support services that are truly supportive of the educational program, the board establishes these broad goals.
  • To provide a physical environment for teaching and learning that is safe and pleasant for students, staff and public
  • To provide safe transportation for students to and from school and nutritious meals for students
  • To provide an efficient and effective system for financial management and accountability
  • To provide support services with timely and high quality resources and assistance in the areas of accounting, transportation, food service and maintenance

Contact:

James Mack
Assistant Superintendent for Finance & Operations
[email protected]

Kristin Palacios
Director, Food Services
[email protected]