Nutrition Services

To Go Breakfast and Lunch

for 18 years of age and younger.

March 17-April 27th Monday – Friday DDSD will be serving breakfast and lunch to go at four DDSD sites.

Between 9 -11 a.m.

families will be able to pick up both sack breakfast and lunches to go.

David Douglas High School | Gilbert Heights Elementary
Ron Russell Middle School | Ventura Park Elementary School

For more details: View the meals to go flyer

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Local Products Served in our District:
Kiyokawa Orchards Apples
Ventura Foods Beef Base
Aloha Produce Cabbage
Aloha Produce Celery Sticks
Ventura Foods Chicken Base
Don Pancho Chip Tortilla
Aloha Produce Cilantro
Aloha Produce Clery Sticks
Aloha Produce Cucumbers
Aloha Produce Fajita Mix
Don Pancho Garlic Granulated
Alpenrose Milk Dry
Pacific Foods Milk Soy
Aloha Produce Mushrooms
Bobs RedMill Oatmeal
Aloha Produce Onions
Aloha Produce Pears
Aloha Produce Pepper Green
Aloha Produce Pepper Red
Aloha Produce Plumbs
Aloha Produce Radish Topped
Resers Fine Foods Salad Potato
Greggs Sauce BBQ
Dakaota Gourmet Sunflower seeds
Aloha Produce Tomatoes
Don Pancho Tortilla
NorPac Foods Vegetable Blend
Aloha Produce Watermelon
Aloha Produce Zuchini

Did you know, you can sign up at Mealtime Online to get e-mail notifications of low balances for students.

New!!!
Due to HB 3454 All students with a status of paid are allowed to charge 1 lunch per day.

If you would prefer to not allow your student to charge any meals please e-mail jodi_taylor@ddsd40.org or write to Jodi Taylor 2900 SE 122nd Ave Portland Oregon, 97236.

Providing quality meals and service is our priority.
Questions or comments, please e-mail Jodi Taylor  jodi_taylor@ddsd40.org .

We do not serve any pork products to students.

All 9 of our elementary schools have earned the Healthier US School Challenge
Recognizing Excellence in Nutrition and Physical Activity.
They were presented with the awards on October 17th, 2012.

All 3 of our middle schools have earned the Healthier US School Challenge
Recognizing Excellence in Nutrition and Physical Activity.

For more information visit.

http://teamnutrition.usda.gov/HealthierUS/Oregon.html

Sincerely,

Jodi Taylor
Nutrition Services Manager 

Nutrition Services Organizational Chart

Nutrition Services ORG Chart

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