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Menus Planning, Changes and Choices

  • Menu Planning

    Menu planning is a daily process for Nutrition Services with many pieces.  When menu planning, Nutrition Services menu planners consider student preferences, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) regulations, Kansas State Department Of Education – Child Nutrition and Wellness (KSDE) policies, food quality, food safety, production processes, serving methods, purchasing procedure and the list goes on and on. 

    Due to the number of meals produced daily – 45,000 breakfast and lunch a day, menu planning must be done by March for the following school year.  Once the menus are done, there is a forecasting team within Nutrition Services that coordinates how much and when deliveries will be.  Then, the district’s Purchasing department is responsible for issuing bids.  Nutrition Services also is assisted by the Supply department because they receive deliveries as well as help with delivery of non-food items.

    Through the year, the Nutrition Services staff collects feedback from parents, students and staff to make changes to the menus and improve customer satisfaction while meeting federal regulations.  Staff is continually looking for new and innovative foods to offer to the students.  When a product is found, students are involved in the sampling process before a product makes it to the menu. 


    Menu Choices

    How do the students go through serving lines to make their choices?  Watch the videos below on how students use choices to make healthy meals.
    Choices Video - Elementary Breakfast

    Choices Video - Elementary Lunch

    Choices Video - Middle School Lunch

    Choices Video - High School Lunch


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