Nutrition Services is an award-winning department in the Saint Paul Public Schools that is known for its healthy, locally-sourced and ethnically diverse menu options for students. We offer breakfast and lunch as well as after school snacks or suppers.

Summer food programs kick off the year with spiced-up menus

Summer food programs for kids across the metro area are ready to swap sandwiches for dishes with a bit more intrigue, from Asian-inspired noodles to build-your-own chicken nachos.  Many of the federally funded programs, which offer free meals to students age 18 and under throughout the summer, will start serving next week. The hope, school officials say, is that the new menus attract more hungry kids to the programs.  Click here to read entire article.


To find a Summer Food Program near you, click here.
More Summer Food Service information including menus, can be found here.

Video: Wellstone Elementary Shows Appreciation for Cafeteria Staff
School administration at Paul & Sheila Wellstone Elementary decided to serve the servers to show appreciation for all the hard work cafeteria workers do every day. During the schools' appreciation lunch, the principal, assistant principal and other administrators took care of the daily lunch duties while cafeteria staff relaxed and bonded with their colleagues.
SPPS Celebrates School Lunch Hero Day

It's School Lunch Hero Day.   SPPS Nutrition Services prepares more than 39,000 school breakfasts and lunches every day.  Click here for a few snippets from Q&As conducted with nutrition services staff working at our schools.


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