Food Services

Good nutrition and learning go hand in hand.

The Food Services department at District 30  is dedicated to students' health, well being and their ability to learn. We support learning by promoting healthy eating and making wise choices for lifelong nutrition and fitness practices.

Meals, foods and beverages sold or served at District 30 schools meet state and federal requirements which are based on the USDA Dietary Guidelines. We provide students with access to a variety of affordable and appealing foods that meet the health and nutrition needs of students

Free and Reduced Meals

Free and Reduced Price Meals are available to families who believe they may qualify. If your family chooses to apply please complete a "Free and Reduced Meal Price Application Form." The forms can be obtained at the links below and returned (completed) to the District 30 office. You will be notified by mail of your child's status. Until notification you must provide your child with a lunch or lunch money.

Only complete one application per family. The information you give will be used to determine or prove your child's eligibility for free or reduced-priced meals. This information may also be used for other state or federally funded school benefits.

Featured Recipe: Watermelon Salsa

Without a doubt, watermelon is the epitome of a great summer snack, full of juicy flavor, not to mention a bucket-load of excellent nutrition. Watermelons are related to cucumbers and squash and trace back their history to ancient Egyptians who held them in such high regard that they frequently placed them in them in the tombs of kings.

Today, watermelons are enjoyed all around the world and have become the quintessential American favorite; served in chunks, slices, juices and in cold soups. Much of the world’s supply comes from China, but the U.S. is one of many other countries with a significant watermelon crop.

One of the most popular types of watermelon grown today is the seedless variety, which is created through a multi-step cross-breeding process that first requires watermelons with two chromosomes to be cross-bred with watermelons with four chromosomes.

This creates a watermelon which contains “triploid” seeds that, when planted, produce watermelons with very small seeds that are incapable of reproducing. Seedless watermelons are not actually free of seeds though, they contain small, rudimentary seeds called “pips” that are eaten along with the fruit.

Did You Know?

  • There are 200-300 different varieties of watermelon which fall into four general categories: Allsweet, Ice-Box, Seedless and Yellow Flesh.

  • In China, stir-fried, stewed and pickled watermelon are all popular.

  • Despite being a fruit, watermelon is the official state vegetable of Oklahoma.

  • In terms of weight, the watermelon is the most consumed melon in the United States.

Online lunch balance payment and student purchase histories
This year, parents will need to create a new payment account for our new system.  The steps to create the account are in the following document


Lunch Menus

Watch for Sodexo's monthly "Fresh Pick" by accessing videos of student chefs preparing healthy recipes. This month's "Fresh Pick" is watermelon, and features Chef Remmi preparing watermelon salsa! Click here to view

Food Services Documents