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Menus & Nutrient Information

Harvest of the Month

Prior to March 2020, students would sample and learn about a fruit or vegetable that is in season each month. Our Wellness Program would arrange monthly recess and lunch taste tests at each school to expose students to the selected fruit or veggie and to encourage them to make healthier choices. The cafeteria would then serve that item on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month.

Due to the pandemic, we put a pause on the program and brought it back during our bulk meal distributions in the spring of 2021. With the return to in person school, we have brought the program back in a modified format. We select a fruit or vegetable that's in season here in California and offer that item at between two to six times during the month. 


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October - Apple Pears

November - Crimson Gold Crab Apples

December - None

January - Cara Cara Oranges

February - Kale

March - Strawberries

April - Salad Greens

May - Berries

For more information about Harvest of the Month, contact Lissette Rooney at (310) 973-1300 ext. 50048. 



To view the most up to date menus (which include any changes due to supply chain issues), please click here and select your child's school from the dropdown, as well as the meal service (breakfast, lunch, supper) you would like to view.

You can also view our planned monthly menus by following the below links:

September 2023

Elementary School Breakfast & Lunch

Middle School Breakfast & Lunch

Elementary & Middle School Supper

Preschool Breakfast & Lunch (all sites except Carson Campus)

Carson Campus Breakfast & Lunch

August 2023

Elementary School Breakfast & Lunch

Middle School Breakfast & Lunch

Elementary & Middle School Supper

Preschool Breakfast & Lunch (all sites except Carson Campus)

Carson Campus Breakfast & Lunch

Please note that all items on the menu are subject to change due to continued supply chain issues. Despite these challenges, we endeavor to provide our students with nutritionally balanced meals that appeal to their palates and encourage healthful choices. Thank you for your continued patience and understanding.

Meal Accommodations

If your child requires meal accommodations, please review the following documents and return any forms needed to the Health Clerk through the main office at your child's school site.

Letter to Families Regarding Meal Accommodations

Please contact Iza Diosdado or Lissette Rooney with any questions.

Iza Diosdado - or 310-973-1300 ext. 50049

Lissette Rooney - or 310-973-1300 ext. 50048

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