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Nutritional Information – Are you looking for a carbohydrate count or nutritional information? You are in the right place!
SUMMER FOOD PROGRAM 2019
Tomah Middle School will be open to the public for the Summer Food Program starting June 10 for breakfast and lunch.
Serving time for Breakfast: 7:30am-8:30am; Monday - Friday
Serving time for Lunch: 11:00am-12:45pm; Monday-Friday
Winnebago Park will be open to the public for the Summer Food Program starting June 10 for lunch only, if weather permits. If it is rain meals are offered up the hill from the park at the Middle School during Middle School serving times.
Serving time for Lunch: 11:00am-11:35am; Monday-Friday
ALL SITES WILL BE CLOSED JULY 4th AND 5th
MENUS FOR SUMMER SITES ARE BELOW
Tomah Area School District Breakfast and Lunch Menus
- Elementary Breakfast - May June Chef's Choice
- Lemonweir Breakfast - May June Chef's Choice
- Lemonweir Lunch - May June
- Elementary Lunch - May June
- Middle School Breakfast & Lunch - May
- High School Breakfast & Lunch - May June
- SUMMER MIDDLE SCHOOL - JUNE
- SUMMER WINNEBAGO PARK - JUNE
- SUMMER MILLER 4K - JUNE
Nutrition Service Office:
Director: Jesse Bender
Secretary: Sue Paulis
Click on the Lunch Lady picture to visit Jarrett J. Krosoczka's Website; author of the Lunch Lady graphic novel series.
2018-2019 Breakfast and Lunch Prices
- Grade 4k-5: $1.55
- Grade 6-8: $1.55
- Grade 9-12: $1.70
- REDUCED - $0.30
- ADULT - $2.10
MILK BREAK & EXTRA MILK - $0.50
- 6-8: $2.85
- 9-12: $2.95
- REDUCED - $0.40
- ADULT -$3.65
8 Tips for Easy and Fun Family Meals
Just remember that eating together as a family is more than just a meal; the goal is to get everyone to the dinner table and to spend quality time together. Here are some strategies that can help you getting started eating together as a family unit:
- Try to keep family meals fun. Include children in the meal preparation and in the
decision about what foods will be offered for dinner. Children feel important if they contribute to family meals.
- After-school activities have to be chosen carefully in order to protect the dinner routine for most days of the week. Make shared family meals a priority.
- Set specific mealtimes by writing them on the calendar and let everyone in the family knows when dinner is served and when they must be home.
- Be a good role model by eating healthy foods and proper table manners.
- Keep nutritious, wholesome foods in the house.
- Limit the availability of high-calorie, high-sugar, high-fat foods that have few other nutrients.
- Try to eliminate distractions, like TV, telephone, and cell phones during mealtime.
- Remember that it is never too late to start a routine family dinner. Just find an appropriate time that works best for your family.
THS MediaPro "SCHOOL BREAKFST ROCKS!"
Congratulate you on winning 3rd place in the WI School Breakfast Video Challenge!
Whipping Up Wellness Timber Chefs
Five Students from Tomah High School submitted a recipe in a statewide student chef competition. The students tried three different recipes before selecting their favorite, the “Zesty Black Bean and Corn Quesadilla”. <---
Questions, Comments, or Concerns? Who do you ask?
Questions related to:
Account balances, account activity, or general food service information; please contact Susan Paulis in the Nutrition Service Office at 608-374-7356.
Questions related to:
Application for Free and Reduced Price School Meals; please contact Susan Paulis in the Food Service Office at 608-374-7356.
Need to talk to the Head Cheese; please contact Jesse Bender in the Nutrition Service Office at 608-374-7363.
"Humor is mankind’s greatest blessing." Mark Twain
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