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Nutrition Services


Eating lunch

Lewis Central Community Schools Nutrition Services offers breakfast and lunch every day with a wide variety of nutritious menu selections.  All of our meals meet the USDA requirements for the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program. The nutritional requirements of these programs are based on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.  Healthy eating provides students with the nourishment and energy they need to learn, grow and be active.  Nutrition Services is dedicated to promoting a nutrition environment that supports student learning and developing lifelong healthy lifestyles.

Michael Hoppe

Nutrition Services Director

Breakfast and Lunch Menus

Due to unforeseen shortages our menus are subject to change.
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On each building webpage, a direct link to that building's menu can be found under the "Quick Links" drop down menu.

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Download the Nutrislice app to get quicker access to breakfast and lunch menus!

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Nutrition Services Information

Health and Wellness

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