The District 197 Child Nutrition staff is committed to providing nutritious, high-quality meals that appeal to children, help them stay healthy and give them the energy they need to be successful in the classroom.
All District 197 schools participate in the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program.
Beginning this fall, Somerset and Mendota join all other district schools as their students will have the opportunity to enjoy a nutritious breakfast before the start of each school day. The price of the elementary daily breakfast will be only $1.25 at Somerset, Mendota, and Pilot Knob. For students who qualify for free or reduced price meals, there will be no charge. Moreland, Garlough, and Heritage are able to continue offering free breakfast to all students each day.
We encourage parents and guardians to visit our schools and eat breakfast or lunch with their child. Please call your school's main office prior to visiting.
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CHILD NUTRITION OFFICE
Henry Sibley High School
1897 Delaware Ave.
Mendota Heights, 55118
Jeff Wolfer, Supervisor
651-403-7321 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelly Wegener, Secretary
651-403-7320 | email@example.com
AWARDS AND GRANTS
- Thanks to a generous grant from C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc. and the Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools initiative, all schools in District 197 operate salad bars which feature a variety of fruit, vegetable, whole grain, legume and low-fat protein choices during breakfast and lunch.
- School District 197 is again the recipient of funding through the United States Department of Agriculture’s Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program to offer a fresh fruit or vegetable snack twice each week to students at Garlough Environmental Magnet and Moreland Arts and Health Sciences Magnet schools.
- In 2011-2012 all five District 197 elementary schools earned the Healthier US Schools Challenge Silver Award.
- In 2012-2013 Friendly Hills Middle School and Henry Sibley High School earned the Silver award and Heritage E-STEM Magnet School earned the Gold Award for the Healthier US Schools Challenge