Milton Food Service Update
December: 2021-2022 School Year
ALL students qualify for ONE FREE breakfast and ONE FREE lunch!
For this school year, EVERY student is allowed a FREE breakfast and a FREE lunch for the whole 2021-2022 school year. Milk, bottled water, and a second entrée are an additional cost. This is being paid for by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
School Vacation from 12/24 to 12/31
School will not be in session these days.
Our Dietetic Intern, Michaela created a new menu item and let the students sample it. Being served at Milton High and Pierce Middle School's lunch menu this December… Baked Zucchini Fries! A twist on the traditional French fry made up of zucchini sticks that are baked in a parmesan bread crumb coating. Students will be able to indulge in the deliciousness of a zucchini fry. Check out the take home recipe below!
Pesto From Garden Grown Basil!
At the high school, we serve homemade pizza of varying types; One of which being pesto pizza! How delicious would it be if we could use our OWN house made pesto on those pizzas that the students love so much as well as for pasta dishes. Our REACH and ACHIEVE groups at the Middle and High school grow our own basil which provides us with fresh, tasty, and organic pesto!
Harvest of the Month
Farm To School encourages schools on bringing more locally sourced food. This month is featuring Carrots. Click here to try a delicious way to prepare glazed carrots that we similarly serve at the elementary and middle school this month.
Looking to Work Around Your Kids Schedule?
We are looking to hire kitchen staff substitutes at $17.28/hour! Contact us to find out more.
Contact Us With Questions Or Concerns
Contact Jackie Morgan, Food Service Director with any questions or concerns.
About Our Meals
Meals, foods and beverages sold or served at schools meet state and federal requirements which are based on the USDA Dietary Guidelines. We provide students with access to a variety of affordable and appealing foods that meet the health and nutrition needs of students.