West Valley School District #363

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Nutrition (Food) Services

It is our mission to provide all students access to wholesome and balanced meals in order to aid in academic success in the classroom. 

 

What is School Lunch?

  • Meal requirements and nutritional standards are based on the latest Dietary Guidelines for Americans
  • Students must take at least 1/2 cup fruit or vegetables per meal, but are encouraged to take as much as they would like 
  • All grains offered are 51% whole grain
  • Strict sodium (salt) limits are placed for each grade group
  • The meal pattern’s dietary specifications set specific calorie ranges to ensure age-appropriate meals for grades K-5, 6-8 and 9-12
  • Each meal takes into account color, texture, flavor profiles, and seasonal availability
  • Each meal contains the following components offered to all students: protein, grain, fruit, vegetable, and milk/soy milk
 

What is School Breakfast?

  • Meal requirements and nutritional standards are based on the latest Dietary Guidelines for Americans
  • Students must take at least 1/2 cup fruit or fruit juice per meal, but are encouraged to take additional whole fruit as their appetite allows
  • All grains offered are 51% whole grain 
  • The meal pattern’s dietary specifications set specific calorie ranges to ensure age-appropriate meals for grades K-5, 6-8 and 9-12
  • Each meal takes into account color, texture, flavor profiles, and seasonal availability
  • Each meal contains the following components offered to all students: grain and or protein, fruit, milk/soy milk 

 

Contact Us:

Kaydee Harris, Registered Dietitian 

kaydee.harris@wvsd.org

Nutrition Services Office
509-232-6092

7205 E. Mission Ave., Spokane, WA

Phone: (509) 232-6092.

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