Welcome to Food & Nutrition Services!
We Serve Education Every Day
Nutrition influences a child's development, health status, well-being and potential for learning . As partners in education, it is our mission to provide wholesome, well-balanced meals served courteously, in a sanitary and pleasant dining environment.
"Wellness Is a Way of Life" Newsletter
This monthly newsletter helps educate families on ways to improve their children's nutrition and physical fitness. When children are healthy, they are more likely to succeed in school! To view newsletters, go to "Wellness Is A Way of Life" Newsletter page on left..
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