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Print-at-Home Semester Menus

We operate using a 3-week menu cycle. Click the buttons below to find the color coded cycle menus.

Mobile Web Menus App
The School Nutrition & Fitness Mobile %22Web Menu%22 App is available in the App Stores. Click the button to learn more.
Going Green Menu Emails
Going Green Menus! Click to have your menus emailed to you automatically.

Nutrition Tip of the Month

Get ready for some fun in the sun! To feel energized to play all day as the weather warms up, it's important to eat healthy and stay hydrated. Here are some fun tips:

  • Frozen treats: Make your own popsicles with fruit chunks and yogurt or freeze grapes for a refreshing snack.
  • Salads and chilled soups: Salads with chopped veggies and fruits or chilled gazpacho soup are light and hydrating options for lunch.
  • Watermelon wedges: Watermelon is a delicious and hydrating way to keep cool on a warm day. 
  • Water is key: Make sure kids have easy access to water throughout the day. You can add sliced fruits like watermelon or cucumber for a natural flavor boost. 
Watermelon half besides a turquoise lake


Harvest of the Month

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Rise and Shine

Start 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. At a minimum, all meals must include at least a 1/2 cup of fruit or vegetable, plus two other component choices. Click the buttons below to explore all the different possible combinations: 

Breakfast        Lunch
PDF file: Build a breakfast
PDF File: build a lunch