School Menus and Nutrition Information
    Welcome back to Healthy School Meals
    We are glad to have you back to enjoy the convenient and healthy meals prepared in your local school.  Of course the new Fall menus include the kid favorites - but many with a healthy twist of whole grains, reduced fat and lower sodium ingredients, and packed with 100% fruits and vegetables. We also have some new items like 3-cheese Cavatappi (fancy Mac&Cheese) new Chicken Bite (tastes like Chick-Fil-A) and Garlic Parm flatbread sandwiches to name a few. Our school meals feature the Georgia Farm to School Harvest of the Month produce of peaches, cantaloupe, fresh sweet melons, green beans, colorul squashes, and crisp GA mountain apples.  All of these fruit and vegetable options are LOCALLY or GA GROWN - a perfect accompaniment for the yummy entrees that keep breakfast and lunch exciting and super healthy. Encourage your students to try these healthy options. Check out the menus below.
    For specific school menus, noting any changes from recommended menus, please visit:  www.mealviewer.com or get the FREE mobile app.  Creating an account is easy and provides a way to view school menus with allergen, carbohydrate and calorie info.


    New Fall Menus - these begin Aug 12 w/ Week 2 menus

    Elementary School - Fall menus

    Middle School - Fall Menus

    High School - Breakfast          High School - Fall Lunch Menus           


    Menus that have been modified to accommodate the requirement for Gluten-free selections can be viewed on the page Requesting Dietary Modifications for Student Meals

    Menus are posted as pdf. files.  You can download Acrobat Reader for free to print these files.
    Our A+ Breakfast menu offers many daily choices of kid-favorite and nutritious breakfast items so one is sure to find something they love.  Power Up for A+ learning with breakfast at school.  Research studies show that kids who eat breakfast feel better and have higher scores on standardized tests.  Many children's appetites don't wake up right away, so breakfast at school is a great option - convenient and it offers a healthy portion of protein, energy, vitamins and minerals for learning and growth. 
    As a part of the Healthy, Hunger-free Kids Act, USDA set limits on some key nutrients in school meals. To help us meet the lower sodium targets, nonfat chocolate milk is not offered as a breakfast milk choice.  We will continue to offer the other Mayfield milk choices: skim, 1% low-fat, as well as nonfat, low-sugar strawberry and vanilla flavored milks based on customer preferences.  Students will be able to enjoy their favorite nonfat chocolate milk at lunch.  At many schools this year we will offer healthy yogurt & fruit smoothies as an entree choice in the breakfast meal.
    Remember that eating breakfast at school is a convenient and a healthy way to start the learning day.
    Please note that schools try to serve the menus as planned; however there are times when the menu at any school may change without prior notice due to availability of foods or other circumstances at the individual school.  
    What does your student get in a school lunch?
    School lunch meals include an entree with protein and whole grain-rich breads or grains, with 3-4 servings of fruits and vegetables with a focus on nutrient-rich dark green and red/orange vegetables, and legumes as choices, and skim or 1% low-fat milk.  We also offer salad and sandwich meals that meet these same meal components.  For $2.60 or less, school lunch is the BEST Meal Deal in town.
    School Meals ARE Healthy!
    See what we have done that may surprise you. Our menus were already great, but have been tweaked  to meet the new federal meal patterns for each grade level. 
    • Menus highlight the focus on vegetable sub-groups of dark green, red-orange, and legumes with many choices and great new recipes.
    • Multiple fruit choices offered daily.
    • Salads are a combination of dark green romaine lettuce, spinach and organic spring mix complimented with low fat dressing choices.
    • Grains served are Whole-Grain Rich with whole grain rolls and bread sticks, whole wheat tortillas, brown rice, whole grain pastas, whole grain flat bread and pizza crusts, and many more.
    The School Nutrition Program office maintains a ±500 page notebook with the ingredient statements for all food products purchased for the school nutrition program.  This information is gathered from actual food labels and manufacturer's product information statements. We will be working to update with New product info prior to the start of school.
    Parents of children with food allergies or intolerances are encouraged to look at this notebook so that they can identify the food items that their child can or cannot consume to guide their child's food selections in school meals. 
    NOTE: This information is provided as a service and reflects the best information that we have or is available to us at the moment. Manufacturers may change product ingredients without our notice. 
    ALSO, in order to have adequate quantities of foods to serve over 25,000 school meals per day, the school nutrition program can receive substitutions by the distributor of foods other than those specified or listed here on very short notice.  The program does not have the ability to notify parents or provide updated ingredient information on these substitutions.  Please consider this when deciding which school meals your child should eat.
    As a convenience, this information from the notebook resources is being compiled into pdf. files in to be viewed online. View the ingredient files.   This information has been updated as of Aug 2019