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Bloomington Public Schools' food service program is a leader in serving nutritious meals, with each school serving breakfast and lunch daily. Every day, our kitchens prepare and serve more than 2,000 breakfasts and 7,000 lunches to students and staff in all of our schools.
Free and Reduced-Price Meals
Samuel Vacura - Jefferson High School
Senior Samuel Vacura is an AP Scholar with Distinction and a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist, as well as ranking in the top 10 percent of his class. He plays the alto saxophone in the Jefferson marching band where he is a rank lieutenant. Vacura also participates on the varsity debate team and is a captain of the speech and Science Olympiad teams.
Menus are handed out monthly for grades K-8. They are posted in all schools, available through B-Link Cable network, the district's Food Service Office and on this website.
A menu analysis of nutrients provided monthly is printed on each month's menu. Nutrients often exceed the USDA requirements and the calories from fat are limited. Our menus are reviewed monthly by a registered dietitian.
Breakfast plays an important role in providing children the fuel they need to learn. Breakfast, from either home or school, has been shown to have a positive effect on student performance. School breakfast is served 20 to 30 minutes before school starts. Those who qualify for free or reduced price lunch also qualify for free breakfast.
Educational Services Center
Attn: Food Services
1350 W. 106th St.
Bloomington, MN 55431