School Food & Nutrition Services


Starting on Mondy May 2nd you will be able to use your lunch debit account (PIN #) in the Commons Cafe for ALL food and beverage purchases! 


Between preparing healthy food, adhering to nutrition standards, helping student's with food allergies, and offering service with a smile, school nutrition professionals have a lot on their plate.  Take time this week to thank your hard working cafeteria staff!




This month Taste Test Tuesday is May 10th! We will be sampling Watermelon.  Watermelon is 92% water - great for hydration! it is a great source of Vitamin A and C.  Please see the links below for facts about Watermelon and Watermelon coloring and activity sheets. Students can turn in their completed coloring or activity sheets to the kitchen staff and they will post the sheets.  

Watermelon Fun Facts
Watermelon Activity Sheets

School Food & Nutrition Services

Cindy Jensen
Cindy Jensen
Director of School Nutrition, M.S., R.D., C.D.

(262) 789-6209

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Cindy Jensen
Director of School Nutrition, M.S., R.D., C.D.
Karen Wiese
Administrative Assistant - Food Services
Barb Schemmel
District Food Production Manager

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