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    Print-at-Home Semester Menus

    Looking for a semester menu schedule? We operate using a 3 week cycle menu. Click to find the color coded cycle menus.

    Please take note that due to food and paper supply shortage, menus may be altered.

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  • Nutrition Tip of the Month:

    Looking to keep the Holiday season merry and light? There are many ways to help maintain a healthy environment while celebrating your holiday traditions. Here are just a few tips!

    1. Make ingredient swaps with lower fat/calorie substitutions. Sub Greek yogurt for margarine or sour cream; applesauce or pumpkin puree to sub butter/margarine in baked goods; low-sodium vegetable broth in mashed potatoes to add flavor and cut back on butter; opt for roasting vegetables instead of making casseroles or creamy sauces. If a favorite indulgent recipe cannot be tweaked, enjoy it in a smaller portion. \

    2. Include more fruits and vegetables into your dishes/menu. 

    3. Don’t skip meals to “save up” for a feast; you’ll be more likely to overeat later. It’s better to include balanced meals beforehand.  

    4. Plan games or activities into your celebration.

    5. Focus on enjoying the quality time with loved ones and take in all the sights and sounds of the holidays rather than stressing over food.

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  • Breakfast    

    Rise and ShineStart your student’s day off right with breakfast! Studies show that students who eat breakfast have improved classroom behavior, attendance, and test scores. We offer grab & go breakfast every morning before the first morning bell in all cafeterias on all days of school.   

  • Smart Snacks in School
    We are focused on the health of our school environment. Noblesville Schools has established nutrition standards for all snacks sold in schools, which carefully balance science-based nutrition guidelines with practical and flexible solutions to promote healthier eating on campus. 

    Snacks and A la Carte Pricing List

  • What Makes a Meal?

    Meals, snacks, and beverages sold or served in the school cafeterias meet state and federal requirements based on the USDA Dietary Guidelines.

    There are several ways to build a healthy meal tray. See below to find out how:

    What Makes a Meal Guide


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