The purpose of the Shenandoah Community School District Nutrition Department is to provide nutritious foods to all age groups abiding by the HHKFA guidelines. The employees will be adaptable to changes that will present to us to make sure we are always customer focused by utilizing strong teamwork skills and integrity. The team members will be dependable to make sure these duties are carried out timely, enthusiastically, and following guidelines.
The Shenandoah Community School District offers Offer VS Serve food choices. At breakfast there will be 4-5 choices available in different breakfast models. At Lunch your child will need to choose 3 components, but 5-6 options will be available. New signage will be up so your child will be more educated about making some good choices in their diet.
The Shenandoah Community School District's goal is to offer increased amount of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains to school menus while ensuring children are provided appropriate calorie ranges to ensure a healthy and active lifestyle.
Catering & Classroom Party Treats The Shenandoah Community School District now offers catering. We offer multiple options for breakfast, lunch, dinner, treats, desserts, party platters, salads, appetizers, and soups. The full menu can be seen by clicking the Quicklink to the left. Please allow 5 days notice when ordering. PLACE ORDER HERE!
Dine With Us Guests are welcome to eat lunch with their student(s) at the JK-8 Building. Please let us know you wil be joining us a day in advance. Prices for adult meals are listed below.
Adult Breakfast - $2.50
Adult Meals - $3.75
Student Breakfast - $2.00
High School Lunch - $2.85
Middle School Lunch - $2.65
Pre-K & Elementary Lunch - $2.45
A la Carte and Grab ‘n’ Go options are priced individually.
Meal Charge Policy: In accordance with state and federal law, the Shenandoah Community School District adopts the following policy to ensure families, students, school district employees have a shared understanding of expectations regarding meal charges. Meal Charge Policy
Lunch Money can be deposited online on MYSCHOOLBUCKS.com
If the child does not have enough money to cover the cost of a meal a sack lunch will be provided and notice via email or text will be sent to the parents or caregiver of the family.
The Free and Reduced Meal Benefit Program is part of the National School Lunch Program, which is a federally-assisted meal program. It provides nutritionally balanced, low-cost or free meals to children each school day during the school year. . . .
Breakfast-Middle School/High School Menu July August Menu - Lunch at Sportsman, Library, Farragut, K-8 Menus Are Subject to Change