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Meal Prices

  • Elementary Breakfast: $0.80
  • Elementary Lunch: $1.75
  • Secondary Breakfast: $1.00
  • Secondary Lunch: $2.00
  • Adults Breakfast: $2.00
  • Adults Lunch $3.30
  • Reduced Breakfast: $0.30
  • Reduced Lunch: $0.40
 Name  Position Phone
Jana Cruz MBA,SNS
Director 801-567-8761
Elma Scheid Department Secretary 801-567-8760
Julie Dunn Free & Reduced Specialist 801-567-8765
Lori Nichols User Support 801-567-8767
Katie Bastian MDA,RD,SNS Registered Dietitian 801-567-8602
Coordinators
Tammy Horger MA, SNS North West Schools file PDF 801-567-8776
Peggy Chritensen South East Schools file PDF 801-567-8763
Debbie Stauffer North East Schools file PDF 801-567-8762
Cydney Asay SNS South West Schoolsfile PDF 801-567-8764

 Announcements & Whats New:

This week, September 19-22 we will be serving fresh peaches from Tagge's in all our school and lettuce and radishes from New Roots in our secondary schools.
Come enjoy a sweet peach and fresh lettuce and radishes with us!
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Peach Fun Facts
  • Florida was where the first peaches were grown in America
  • Though Georgia is known as the peach state, more than 50% of America's peaches are produced in California.
  • Peaches are the third most popular fruit in America.
  • Wild peaches are small, sour, very fuzzy and only found in China.
  • National ​"​Eat a Peach​"​day is August 22nd.

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  • Each person in America consumes about 30 pounds of lettuce each year.
  • Iceberg, Romaine and leaf lettuce are the most popular types of lettuce.
  • Lettuce was grown 6,000 years ago by Ancient Egyptians.
  • Lettuce is great to make salads, have on a sandwich or to wrap food in.

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  • California and Florida produce the most radishes.
  • There are hundreds of different types of radishes grown around the world.
  • Radishes grow quickly, after about 25 days of planting the seed the plant can be eaten.
  • Radishes can be up to 3ft long and weight 100lbs.

Continue to enjoy this time of year when we receive great produce from our local farmers.


7th Grade Agriculture Day is an amazing opportunity for 7th graders in Jordan School District to learn from local farmers and see where their produce comes from. Ask them what they learned and encourage them to enjoy this unique opportunity!

 

 

 


PAN SALE


Prepare to take a bite out of this apple-licious day! Students and the community will all love crunching into locally grown apples on October 11, 2017. Help student understand where their food comes from and support our local farmers by participating in this apple-mazing day. For more information, refer to the Apple Crunch Guide.

 

 

 

 

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JSD Healthy Eats page is on Facebook. Come check us out and see what is going on in our department and your child's cafeteria. You will find our top requested recipes, pictures of tasty food, fun events and highlights of each school's cafeteria staff.


 Monthly Lunch Price Totals

2017-18 Traditional El & Secondary Schools file PDF
2017-18 Year Round Schools file PDF
JSD Wellness Policy  file link

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