Attention Students with Special Diets and/or Food Allergies!
NEW on our interactive menu program, menus may now be printed with the allergens crossed off. Just select your type of allergen(s) from the top 8 allergens then print. Items that contain the allergen(s) you've selected are crossed off and will print with that way too.
Food Translation Guide and Menu On-the-Go
Nutrition Services has updated the Food Translation Guide, describing each of our menu items in Hmong, Somali, Karen, and Spanish, with this year's new menu items added. Please find the link on our interactive menu website (spps.nutrislice.com) or on the Nutrition Services Website (http://ns.spps.org/food_translation_guide_2.html).
Don't forget, you can check out the menu on-the-go using our free mobile app: School Lunch (by Nutrislice). Find it for your iPhone in the iTunes store or on Google Play for your or Android.
Parental News Blast
Nutrition Services strives to create and serve foods that students get excited about in a welcoming environment. Click here for some tips for your student to have a positive meal experience:
Student Meal PIN
Paying for Student Meals
Special Dietary Needs
Student Meal PIN for 2014-15 School Year
Beginning September 2, 2014, student's meal account PIN number will be their Saint Paul Public Schools student ID number.
We have piloted the use of student ID numbers at the Rondo Education Center since the beginning of the 2013-14 school year with great success. Students from Benjamin E. Mays and Capitol Hill were able to enter their student ID number at any point of service station in the Rondo Education building for breakfast and lunch. Advantages of using student IDs:
Students do not need to learn a new set of numbers throughout their enrollment with SPPS
SPPS students visiting other SPPS schools will be able to access their account
PIN cards will not need to be distributed by staff at the beginning of the school year
Click here to print a practice keypad sheet.
2014 Summer Food Service Sites
This summer, free meals for kids will be available in Saint Paul through the Summer Food Service Program.
Meals are 100% free to youth under 18 who stop by during meal times. No sign up needed. Meal sites are conveniently located in many Saint Paul schools, parks and recreation centers.
Click here for more information about locations and meal service times at sites near you!
Summer FUN Menu (Parks, Recreation Centers and Community Sites)
Summer TIME Menu (Schools)