Lunch Menu & Nutritional Information
The My School Menus™ mobile app allows parents and students to access menus and nutrition information for the school meal program directly from their smart phones and tablets. Parents can access this service by going to either the iTunes App Store or Google Play and downloading the My School Menus™ app to their smart device.
The digital menus allow you to:
- Quickly translate the menu into over 75 languages.
- View nutritional information for each menu item.
- Filter food choices for the top 8 allergens.
- Determine, using the “Build a Meal” feature, the overall nutritional value (calories, carbohydrates, etc.) of a meal to meet personal dietary needs.
- Make healthy food choices whenever it’s convenient, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year
Fruit & Vegetable of the Month
Melon varieties are now endless! Cantaloupe, honeydew, and watermelon are the most well-known varieties. Melons are in the same gourd family as squashes and cucumbers. Most melons have similar structure with a thick flesh and inner seed-filled midsection and are known as fruits with a sweet and juicy flavor. Melons are a good source of vitamin C and potassium. They have high water content are relatively low in calories, and are fat and cholesterol free. Lookout for more unusual melons at your local supermarket or farmer’s market for a different and tasty sweet treat!
Broccoli is a member of the cabbage family, making it a cruciferous vegetable. It’s name is derived from the Italian word broccolo, meaning the flowering top of a cabbage. Broccoli is very high in Vitamin C, making 1 cup of chopped broccoli the Vitamin C equivalent of an orange. Broccoli is also very high in Vitamin A. Vitamin A helps keep your eyes healthy and helps to promote healthy skin and maintain healthy bones and teeth.