Child Nutrition Department
Welcome to the Sanger ISD Child Nutrition department where student's nutritional needs are our top priority.
We make every effort to provide students with healthy quality meals everyday. All of our meals meet the standards set for us by the United States Department of Agriculture and the Texas Child Nutrition Policy.
Sanger does not offer a substitute for milk if a student chooses not to take the milk offered with the meal.If a student has a milk allergy, we will give a substitute only when a form has been turned in to the cafeteria manager that has been filled out by licensed physician stating such allergy and suggesting a substitute for us to provide. The form may be obtained from the cafeteria manager.
"You can't educate a child who isn't healthy, and you can't keep a child healthy who isn't educated."
Joycelyn Elders, M.D., Former U.S. Surgeon General
Total Average Health Department Score at all Campuses is 100%.
Stay Current with Healthy and Wise! Healthy and Wise is a monthly, newspaper style publication with a coordinated school health approach that features an abundance of articles, stories, and activities for elementary students, middle school students, and families. The colorful, eight-page publications include many instructional support materials and can be used as a coordinated school health curriculum, after-school enrichment, and a family health literacy program.
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MENUS ARE POSTED AS A COURTESY ON THIS WEBSITE. IF THE MENU YOU ARE LOOKING FOR IS NOT LISTED, YOU MAY GET ONE FROM THE CAFETERIA MANAGER AT YOUR CHILD'S CAMPUS.
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.