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 FREE MEALS FOR STUDENTS TO END JUNE 30

    The USDA’s nationwide free meals for students will conclude with the 2021-22 school year. All Blue Valley students who attend school in person are eligible to receive one free* breakfast and one free* lunch meal daily. 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 the 2021-22 school year. The USDA announced the nationwide free meals will end on June 30, 2022.

    *Students participating in the school meal program 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. To add funding to your child’s account, visit the TITAN School Systems payment website. 

     

    MODIFICATIONS TO POINT-OF-SALE PROCESS

    • Elementary school:Students will be able to select a trayed entree and pre-packaged fruits and vegetables. Students will receive a meal card that stays at school and will be used at the register. 

    • Middle and high school: Students will be able to select entrees, fruits and vegetables, milk, and snacks. At the register students will use a pin pad and the cashier will ring up their purchase. 

FIND MEALS FOR KIDS WHEN SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED

  • The federal funding support that has provided free school breakfasts and lunches for the past two years is coming to an end at the conclusion of the 2021-22 school year. Families should note that this means:

     

     

  • WHAT MAKES A SCHOOL LUNCH A MEAL?

  • MEAL PRICES

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  • SMART SNACKS GUIDELINES

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.

USDA NON-DISCRIMINATION DISCLAIMER

  • This institution is an equal opportunity provider. Learn more about USDA Non-Discrimination at the USDA website.

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