Solana Beach School District participates in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP). This program is designed to promote the health and well-being of children by providing nutritious meals. We continually strive to make improvements in our menu choices by increasing the variety fast scratch entrees such as hand rolled burritos, housemade pasta caprese and hand crafted veggie bagel sandwiches. Our daily salad bar offers fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as specialty salads.
We support learning by providing healthy habits for lifelong nutrition. The Child Nutrition department is committed to improving the health and academic success of our students by providing the best nutrition program possible.
Featured Menu Items:
- Handmade beef burritos on whole wheat tortillas made with freshly made pico de gallo
- Pasta bolognese with freshly made whole wheat garlic toast
- Orange chicken served with housemade chinese rice (made with fresh carrots, celery, green onion, ginger and brown rice)
- Nitrate free beef hot dogs with sweet potato fries
- Real cheese nachos (kid favorite!) with freshly made pico de gallo
Facts About The Healthy Meals We Serve
- Every day we have an all-you-can-eat salad bar, full of fresh veggies and fruit
- Our milk is rBST- and antibiotic-free
- Our milk contains no high fructose corn syrup
- We offer fresh whole grain Hawaiian rolls, fresh wheat hamburger and hot dog buns and fresh 9-grain bread
- Our lunch trays are environmentally friendly and are biodegradable and compostable. We do not use styrofoam trays
- We feature Harvest-of-the-Month produce on our salad bar twice per month
- We continually add clean label products to our menu whenever possible
You can easily view menu information, entree photos and nutrition/allergen information. Please visit our new Nutrislice online menu by clicking the link below:
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