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The mission of the Frontier Regional/Union#38 Schools and Food Services is to offer balanced, nutritious meals for all students, promote overall health, academic success and educate students to make optimal food choices for life.
Monthly menus are planned by our Food Services Director to meet the required State and Federal nutrition guidelines for students according to grade level. As part of the National School Lunch and Breakfast programs we offer students balanced meals that contain five food components – whole grains, meats or meat alternatives, fruit, vegetables and milk. Students at the Middle and High School level participate in “offer vs.serve” in which they have the option to choose from certain meal components (in addition to a fruit or vegetable).
Please be advised that although we try our best to plan and keep to the monthly menu as posted – sometimes we have to modify menu items due various reasons.
All lunches for the 2022-2023 School Year will be free to all Frontier Reginal/Union#38 Students.
Chop Chop Family – recipes, publications and cooking club (link below)
Project Bread – Project Bread works to fully enroll individuals in state and federal nutrition programs as well as refer callers to local food resources. For more information call Project Bread’s FoodSource Hotline at 1-800-645-8333 or visit the Project Bread website
Updated Menus Posted on ParentSquare
Middle School/High School
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