USD 320 Food Service
Food Service Director: Laura Fails
Our Child Nutrition Program employees may not see the inside of a classroom very often, but they do make a daily contribution to your child’s educational success.
It’s really a very simple recipe. Research shows that kids who eat well learn better. So the hard work going on in our school restaurant every day isn't just about preparing and serving meals to our kids. It’s also about helping to make a good education possible.
We’re proud of our people who do all the hard work, largely unseen by parents, students, and other staff members. Our staff is truly dedicated to your child’s educational success! So don’t be fooled by the aprons – we’re here to help work miracles for our kids every day! Click on the link below to learn more about the Food Service Department by reading our monthly newsletters!
|2019-2020 Food Bid|
|Invitation to Bid|
|Food Bid Spreadsheet|
|Byrd Anti-Lobbying Certification|
|USDA Debarment Certification|
|2019-2020 Milk Bid|
|Milk Bid Invitation Letter|
|Milk Bid Spreadsheet|
|Nutrition Nugget (Elementary)||Teen Food and Fitness|
Pictures of Each Lunch Menu
(These are the Central/West lunch trays. Additional menu items and/or increased serving sizes are offered at WMS & WHS)
Please Note: Additional menu items are available for WMS and WHS students in order to meet nutritional guidelines. The menus above reflect those additional items. When viewing the WebEvent calendar, please note that additional items are available for WMS and WHS students.
If your student requires a School Meal Modification plan due to a food allergy or disability, please complete the following form and submit to your student's school. If you have any questions at all, please contact the Food Service Director.
Interested in being a National Advisory Council Member? Please fill out the this form.
Eat Smart Play Hard
Learning to make healthy choices is essential to getting the most from life. The Eat Smart Play Hard Video News features monthly videos, recipes, newsletters, photos and other resources about how to eat smart and play hard at school and at home. We hope this information conveys that helping children grow up healthy takes families, schools and communities working together. You can access the Eat Smart Play Hard website by clicking on the following link
Eat Smart Play Hard
This link will take you right to a wonderful newsletter about how to and the importance of adding fiber rich foods to your diet: