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Welcome to Nutrition Services
Nutrition Services is Now Hiring!

We are accepting applications for multiple positions in the Nutrition Services Department!

  • On-the-job experience necessary
  • No working weekends or holidays
  • Perfect job for parents, college students, grandparents and retirees

Interested? Click HERE to connect with the online application process.

Nourishing our students is our passion; come join our team!

February Newsletter - from the "Eat Smart Idaho" team

February is National Heart Health Month. Eating too much sodium can increase risk for high blood pressure which can eventually lead to heart disease, stroke and kidney disease. Tips to avoid salt/sodium include:

  • Read the nutrition facts on the label when buying canned, frozen, and packaged foods and compare sodium levels before you buy. Look for packages marked as "no salt added" or "reduced in sodium".
  • Avoid overly processed foods.
  • Do not salt your food when you scratch cook.
  • Focus on whole foods that are naturally low in sodium like vegetables and fruit.

For more information on living a healthy lifestyle, check out the yummy recipes featuring fruits and veggies on our February school menus as well as the "Healthy Living Websites" tab on our homepage!

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    Income Eligibility Guidelines 2019-2020 Children may receive free or reduced price meals if your household’s income is within the limits on the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. If your household income falls at or below the limits on this chart, your child may qualify for free or reduced price school meals. This chart reflects gross annual income. (Gross income is the total income received before taxes or deductions.)