Senior Steve Saed shares his thoughts
on being part of the district's Gifted progam.
The Nutrition Services staff provides breakfasts and lunches daily for District students and staff. The District has more than 2466 students who qualify for free and reduced price meals. The dietitian also prepares special menus to meet restricted dietary needs of students.
The District’s nutrition services program participates in the national School Breakfast and Lunch Programs, meeting all nutritional standards for criteria for federal and state reimbursement. The Free and Reduced Price Breakfast and Lunch Program provides families who meet certain income guidelines with meals at no cost or at a reduced price of 30 cents for breakfast and 40 cents for lunch. Guidelines and forms are available under the "Forms & Info" header on this page's right-hand column. Forms can also be picked up at the Board of Education building, 1470 Warren Road.