Breakfast and Lunch Menus


This is where you can find the school breakfast and lunch menus for the current month. Menus are posted in
four-week intervals. Portions of the previous or following month may be represented within the four week period.

Please note all student meals are FREE  for the rest of the  2020-21 school year.

Rigorous Remote Learners can pick up bundled breakfast & lunch for the next 2 or 3 school days at the LHS Kitchen, on Mondays and Thursdays between 2:30-3:30 pm.  
School menus can be viewed by clicking on the link(s) below.   Menus remain  'Grab & Go'  in concept.  Some variations in service are used which differ by building.  Please select from the menus below or visit the Breakfast & Lunch tab at your child/children's school.  

April Elementary Buildings & Nettie Hartnett

Rigorous Remote Learners Menu--please note the change in pick-up location & expanded pick-up times; this information appears on the menu.

Meal Prices for the entire  2020-21 school year are not needed.  All student meals (breakfast & lunch) are FREE!

Alternative Entrees During the Traditional School Year
The Child Nutrition Department offers two hot entrees to all students in grades K-8 on most school days.  A breaded chicken option is a second daily entree except when presented as the main entree.  At that time we will serve just this very popular entree.  Warren Middle School will serve Chicken Tenders as a first or second hot entree option; Chef's Salad will also be available. 
The CN Department maintains our desire to avoid purchasing or serving any form of peanut.  School kitchens may still contain foods processed in a facility that also processes peanuts or tree nuts prior to arrival in the district but the department will not purchase or serve peanut butter or peanuts.
The Child Nutrition Department appreciates your support and interest. If you have questions, please contact your school’s Child Nutrition Manager or the Child Nutrition Department at 684.1568.
Breakfast is IMPORTANT every day! 
Support your child's needs for health and learning by starting each day with breakfast. Eating breakfast at school or home is a simple and powerful step toward being prepared for daily learning.  Breakfast is served every day before the start of school. 
Student Meal Accounts
Deposits into student meal accounts (during the traditional school year) may be made 24/7 by visiting or by sending a check or money to school with your child. Please keep a positive balance on your student's account.   Download information about Meal Payment Plus from the document linked below or visit their website found on the links page.
If a student's meal account balance becomes negative the student will be offered a free alternative meal for three days.  Please refer to this document entitled Child Nutrition Meal Balance Communications for additional information.
To view the district's wellness plan identified as the wellness policy builder, Data Central, Public Records Data Central, Child Nutrition & Wellness, View Data, School Nutrition Wellness Reports, select School Type, select a completed program year, select Sponsor--D0453 Leavenworth, Display report. 
Theresa Carroll is the district Wellness Coordinator.  Please direct wellness related questions to her at or 684.1550. 
Nutrition Nuggets
Nutrition Nuggets is a health & nutrition informational flyer circulated monthly during the school year.  It is most beneficial for elementary students and families. 

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