Connected Food Program


    May 2024

    A heartfelt welcome back from your Connected Food Team! We are excited to introduce our monthly “Kitchen Sink” column to share fun and relevant information from the kitchen and school farm, providing a better view into YOUR kitchen.

    Our most exciting change this year is that breakfast and lunches are free of charge to elementary students this year! We also heard from our students and you'll see a few new items on our menus. We continue to evolve to meet the needs of our school community, and remain committed to serving scratch-made, healthy, delicious food to help all our students thrive.

    We are looking forward to a great school year and can't wait to see familiar and new faces on our first day of school!

    - Andreas Wurzrainer, Food Service Director


    The Connected Food Program is committed to serving scratch-made, healthy, delicious food to help all our students thrive. We promote courageous eating, and connect students to our food system through our local purchases and School Farm.

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