|Elementary students||80 cents|
|Middle school students||$1.05|
|High school students||$1.05|
|Middle school students||$2.20|
|High school students (food courts)||$2.55|
|Adults (elementary and middle)||$2.90|
|Adults (high school food courts)||$3.40|
|A la carte milk or juice||45 cents|
The U.S. Department of Agriculture created MyPlate, an easy-to-follow food guide, to help parents to figure out how to feed their kids nutritious, balanced meals.
Mangos, blackberries, rainbow carrots, mini sweet peppers and star fruit are a sampling of the fresh fruits and vegetables students will be snacking on at four elementary schools in Vancouver Public Schools. VPS was awarded $99,660 by the United States Department of Agriculture for the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program. [...]
Programs that highlight fruits and vegetables are evolving the way that school lunches look, smell and taste.
Interested in becoming a Advisory Health Council member? Have questions or ideas about the wellness policy?
The Advisory Health Council consists of registered dietitians, medical personnel, teachers, administrators, vendor owners, parents and students.
The Council meets at least once a year to review current research on nutrition and fitness and to update district Policies and Regulations 3650 and 6310. The Council may provide other advice as requested by the Superintendent.
Please email Debra Hale, Executive Director of Teaching and Learning (Elementary Schools) at Debra.Hale@vansd.org.