Nutrition Services

What for lunch logoProviding healthy, nutritious meals that enhance student learning is the nutrition service program's primary function. Students can select from hot and cold lunch entrees ranging from pizza, pasta, wraps, salads, and a number of other ala carte selections. Hot and cold breakfast fare is also offered at each building. There are always menu options for the diabetic. Food and other allergies are most definitely a serious consideration. The staff painstakingly checks every label from every product and keeps it on file. The staff does not use latex gloves. Health and safety are our top priority. 

The USDA is covering the cost of breakfast and lunch meals for all students at this time due to the pandemic.  Students on our campuses will order meals as outlined below and students learning virtually may pickup a weeks worth of prepacked meals every Wednesday from 4:30 pm- 5:30 pm at the Oxford High School North entrance. Any funds that are currently on students' meal accounts will remain in their accounts and can be used after the USDA's free food program has ceased. As of now we anticipate this program to extend until Christmas break.


On-campus students' meal ordering procedure for the 2020-2021 school year:

Elementary students: Breakfast and lunch menus can be viewed on Nutrislice.  Students will order in their classroom as they normally do, they will not pre-order from Nutrislice.

Middle school students: The breakfast menu can be viewed on Nutrislice but not pre-ordered. Breakfast will be ordered and eaten in students Advisory class.  Lunch must be pre-ordered only from the Nutrislice app.

High school students: Breakfast will be picked-up and eaten in the cafeteria before class starts.  Lunch must be pre-ordered only from the Nutrislice app.



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