ABOUT FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICES

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    Blue Valley Schools Food and Nutrition Services' meal program serves appealing, reasonably priced meals to your child and to all the students in Blue Valley schools (eligible students may receive meals free or at a reduced price).

    Meals are planned by the Director of Food and Nutrition Services, with assistance from cafeteria managers and input from students. All meals meet the criteria and regulations of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Kansas State Department of Education. Extra effort is made to provide low-fat alternatives and to keep the average of calories from saturated fat below 10 percent. 


    USDA EXTENDS FREE MEALS FOR STUDENTS THROUGH 2020

    All school breakfast and lunch meals are free* (at no cost) to Blue Valley School District families. This includes students that are in-person in the school cafeterias and at the meal pick-up locations for remote learners. No free and reduced meal application is necessary to receive these free meals. The district has been approved for this no cost breakfast and lunch option through December 2020 or until funding runs out.

    *Students participating in the school meal program in-person must order a “student meal” (1/2 c. fruit or vegetable serving with two other food groups (protein, grain, dairy, vegetable) to qualify for free pricing. Anything outside of what is considered a student meal (a la carte, second entrees, extra items, etc.) will be charged to a student’s account. (High school: All meals that include a Premium entrée choice, including Pizza Hut, will cost no more than $.40). To add funding to your child’s account, visit the TITAN School Systems payment website. 

     

    MODIFICATIONS TO IN-PERSON POINT-OF-SALE PROCESS

    Modifications to the point of sale process have been put in place to minimize common touchpoints in the cafeteria/food service area. 

    • Elementary school:Students will be able to select a trayed entree and pre-packaged fruits and vegetables. At the register the cashier will charge the student's meal account by using a roster process. (No lunch cards)

    • Middle and high school: Students will be able to select pre-packaged entrees and pre-packaged fruits and vegetables and snacks. At the register students will scan their ID Card and the cashier will ring up their purchase. 
      • Middle school students: ID Cards and lanyards will be passed out to students on first day of school.

      • High school students: High School students will be emailed an ID card that can be saved to their phone so they can scan their phone at the register. High school students will also have the option to use a printed card and lanyard as requested.
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NUTRISLICE

  • Nutrislice logo Our menus have a new look and are more convenient and informative than ever before! You can now view images and descriptions of the menu items, get nutrition information, filter food allergens for your dietary needs and see the ingredients in the menu. By clicking on the menu in the top right-hand corner of the homepage, you can select a language preference and get news from the Food and Nutrition Services department.


    After selecting a school from the menu, filter allergens to match your dietary needs. Nutrislice also offers the ability to print menus. Simply click the printer icon on the lunch menu you would like to print.


    View the breakfast and lunch menus.

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