School menus

All summer:

Free breakfast, lunch, and snacks for children age 18 and younger | Site list

2016-2017 menus

  • Elementary (en Espanol) | at Squires while under renovation
  • Middle schools (en Espanol) | SCAPA at Bluegrass
  • High schools
  • STEAM Academy
  • The Learning Center at Linlee (TLC)
  • Carter G. Woodson Academy and Martin Luther King Jr. Academy

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Meal patterns

Breakfast    
  • Fluid milk - 1% or fat-free, ½ pint (1 cup)    
  • Fruit/vegetable/100% juice - ½ cup

Select one from each of the following components or two servings from one component:

  • Breads/grains - 1 oz. serving
  • Meat/meat alternate - 1 oz. serving
Lunch

Elementary    

  • Fluid milk - 1% or fat-free, ½ pint (1 cup)
  • Fruit - ½ cup
  • Vegetable - ¾ cup daily
  • Breads/grains - 8 to 9 servings (oz.) per week
  • Meat/meat alternate - 8 to 10 ounces per week 

Middle schools

  • Fluid milk - 1% or fat-free, ½ pint (1 cup)
  • Fruit - ½ cup
  • Vegetables - ¾ cup
  • Breads/grains - 8 to 10 servings (oz.) per week
  • Meat/meat alternate - 9 to 10 ounces per week 

High schools

  • Fluid milk - 1% or fat-free, ½ pint (1 cup)
  • Fruit - 1 cup
  • Vegetable - 1 cup
  • Breads/grains - 10 to 12 servings (oz.) per week
  • Meat/meat alternate - 10 to 12 ounces per week
After-school snack
  • Select two from the following components:
  • Fluid milk - 1% or fat-free, ½ pint (1 cup)
  • 100% juice, fruit or vegetable - ¾ cup
  • Breads/grains - 1 serving (oz.)
  • Meat/meat alternate - 1 serving (oz.) 

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