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Nutrition (Food) Services

The West Valley Nutrition Services staff welcomes you back to a new school year! 

 

We look forward to serving your children delicious, nutritious meals this 2017-2018 school year. See our quarterly flyer below to catch up on whats new this year! 

 

 National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs:

  • Meal requirements and nutritional standards are based on the latest Dietary Guidelines for Americans
  • The current school lunch meal pattern offers students fruits, vegetables, meats or protein items, whole grains and milk on a daily basis
  • The meal pattern’s dietary specifications set specific calorie ranges to ensure age-appropriate meals for grades K-5, 6-8 and 9-12
  • Other meal enhancements include reduced sodium allowances, strict limits on saturated fats and no trans fats
 

Contact Us:

Kaydee Shaw - Nutrition Services Supervisor

7205 E. Mission Ave., Spokane, WA

Phone: (509) 232-6092.

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