Nutrition Services

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 fresh fruit or vegetable snacks and after school snacks for students who qualify.

Video: U.S. Senator Al Franken Tries Out Yummy Saint Paul Public Schools Breakfast and Lunch Food

U.S. Senator Al Franken tries out yummy Saint Paul Public Schools breakfast and lunch food during a nutrition center tour Friday.  View more.  4/18/14  Pioneer Press You Tube Channel

Sen. Al Franken Pushes Nutrition for Kids and Seniors

Franken, who recently introduced legislation in the U.S. Senate to ensure students have access to school lunches, is taking U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to the Saint Paul Public Schools Nutrition Center, which prepares school meals for Saint Paul schools using local products.  Read more.  4/18/14 Star Tribune

Sen. Al Franken, Sec. of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, Talk About Importance of SPPS Nutrition Services

Nearly a dozen dignitaries packed the halls of the Saint Paul Public School's Nutrition Services building on Friday, April 18 for a chance to snack and talk about school meals and national school policy.  Read more.

Students show off cooking skills in competion

SPPS students showed off their cooking skills and wowed judges as they participated in the first annual contest sponsored by the District's Family and consumer Science Department.  Partnering with students from Saint Paul College, seven teams of middle and high school students met with celebrity chefs and showed they knew their way around a kitchen.    Click here to watch the video.

SPPS Students Taste Testing Recipes for National School Breakfast Week

This week is National School Breakfast Week (NSBW), but everyday is free breakfast day at Saint Paul Public Schools!

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