Nutrition and Menus
Dehesa School recognizes the link between student health and learning and is committed to providing a healthy school environment that promotes student and staff wellness, proper nutrition, and regular physical activity.
||Adult Salad Bar
Breakfast Includes Choice of Entrée w/ whole grains, fresh fruit & 100% fruit juice & choice of 1% or fat free milk.
Lunch Includes Entrée w/ protein & whole grains, Salad bar containing Salad greens, fresh veggies, fresh or canned fruit & choice of 1% regular or fat free chocolate milk.
For your convenience, we encourage prepayment for meals. Checks should be made out to "Dehesa School". Envelopes designed for payments are available in the cafeteria or the office. Checks returned for non-sufficient funds are subject to a $25 bank fee.
Free and Reduced Meals are available for families that qualify. Please print the application below, fill it out, and return it to the office.
New USDA Menu
Lunches will include the following: Entree with Protein & Whole Grains
All you can eat: Salad Greens, Fresh Vegetables, and Fresh or Canned Fruit.
1% White or Fat-free Chocolate
Breakfast and Lunch Menus can be found at the bottom of this page.
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