Maricopa Food ServiceBreakfast & Lunch Menus
Month Breakfast Menu Lunch Menu August 2018 August 2018 Breakfast August 2018 Lunch September 2018 Sept. 2018 Breakfast Sept. 2018 Lunch October 2018 Oct. 2018 Breakfast Oct. 2018 Lunch November 2018 Nov. 2018 Breakfast Nov. 2018 Lunch December 2018 Dec. 2018 Breakfast Dec. 2018 Lunch January 2019 Jan. 2019 Breakfast Jan. 2019 Lunch February 2019 Feb. 2019 Breakfast Feb.2019 Lunch March 2019 March 2019 Breakfast March 2019 Lunch April 2019 May-June 2019 Summer Meal Program
Food Service ProgramMaricopa Unified School District is proud to serve all K-12 students breakfast and lunch free of charge! The Board of Education believes that students perform better academically with a nutritional breakfast and lunch and chose to provide meals at no additional cost to families. All meals served meet the nutritional requirements of the National School Lunch Program. Maricopa Unified School District contracts with Taft City School District Food Services to provide the nutritional meals for our students!
Maricopa Unified School District
Wellness Plan 2019-20
(Approved-SSC 2-14-19//Board 2-21-19)
(Download 2019-20 Wellness Plan)
The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 expands the scope of local school wellness policies; brings in additional stakeholders in its development, implementation and review; and requires public updates on the content and implementation of the wellness policies. The intent is to strengthen local school wellness policies so they become useful tools in evaluating, establishing, and maintaining healthy school environments, and to make clear to the public (including parents, students, and others in the community) about the content and implementation of local school wellness policies.
The Act requires each local educational agency participating in the National School Lunch Program or other federal Child Nutrition programs to establish a local school wellness policy for all schools under its jurisdiction. Each local education agency must designate one or more local education agency officials or school officials to ensure that each school complies with the local wellness policy. At a minimum, a local school wellness policy must:
- Include goals for nutrition promotion and education, physical activity, and other school-based activities that promote student wellness.
- Include nutrition guidelines to promote student health and reduce childhood obesity for all foods available in each school district.
- Permit parents, students, representatives of the school food authority, teachers of physical education, school health professionals, the school board, school administrators, and the general public to participate in the development, implementation, and review and update of the local wellness policy.
- Inform and update the public (including parents, students, and others in the community) about the content and implementation of local wellness policies.
- Be measured periodically on the extent to which schools are in compliance with the local wellness policy, the extent to which the local education agency’s local wellness policy compares to model local school wellness policies, and the progress made in attaining the goals of the local wellness policy, and make this assessment available to the public.
Competitive Food Requirements (Download chart)
New state and federal regulation were put into effective as of July 1, 2014. these regulation outline all requirements for any foods that are sold on a school campus from Midnight to 3:30 p.m. Please see the requirements for all clubs, PTO groups, classrooms or programs.
Summer Food Service Program LocationsThe following is a listing of nearest locations for Summer Food Service Programs serving meals:
Maricopa Unified School District-Pending Locations/Times/Menus
Taft City School District-Pending 2019 Locations/Times/Menus