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Meal Modification Menus

  • Nutrition Services offers menus for a variety of different disabilities, food allergies and intolerances.   The different menus are explained below.  Click the school level button on the right to go to the menus.  The information is correct to the best of our knowledge provided from manufacturer's labels. Food labels are reviewed regularly and menus are changed accordingly. Items that are strikethrough and bold contain the allergen or irritant.


    • Tree nuts, peanuts, and other food items that have been produced in a facility with tree nuts or peanuts as stated on food packaging are marked through on the menu below. Nutrition Services offers a very limited amount of these items and they are easily avoided with our offer program.  


    • Wheat and/or gluten-containing ingredients such as barley, rye, oats, or wheat (BROW) are marked through on the menu below. The # symbol denotes items that contain modified food starch which sometimes but not always contains gluten. If the product states it is gluten free and contains modified food starch it is not marked off on the menu.


    • Egg allergy menu has strikethrough items that contain egg as an ingredient as listed on the food label.


    • Milk allergy menu has strikethrough items that contain milk as an ingredient as listed on the food label.


    • Lactose intolerance menu is designed for students who are sensitive to fluid cow's milk, cheese and yogurt.


    • Fish - List of current items that contain fish


    • Carbohydrate Counts - menus list the most current carbohydrate counts for foods


    • List of allergens, carbohydrates, calories in foods on the menu 


    Please discuss the menu with your child so they are prepared and confident in avoiding their allergen at mealtimes. For more information on board policy for handling allergies in the school click here (P5318 Treatment of Student Allergies).


    Life-Threatening Allergies:  If your child is at risk for anaphylactic shock, make sure an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) is in place with the nurse at your school. It is highly recommended that you personally introduce your child to all persons who routinely offer food and snacks to them.


    For more information about managing your child’s food allergies visit the Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE) website or check out our links column on the right of the Nutrition Services home page.


    Food labels to our products are available for public view by contacting Nutrition Services at 973-2178.