Sodexo supports student engagement and improves the Quality of Life for the entire Schools community. By focusing on Quality of Life services, we reinforce the overall experience of a student’s educational journey. – Steve Dunmore, President Sodexo Education – Schools

Dear Students and Parents,

Sodexo supports student engagement and improves the Quality of Life for the entire Schools community. As part of our commitment to enhancing Quality of Life for the clients, students and communities we serve, we invite you to view the newly redesigned content on Lift-Off!’s Playground. Lift-Off!’s Playground provides easy to navigate online content for students and families around nutrition, fitness and overall healthy living. 

Look on the site for the Monthly Fresh Pick. The Sodexo Fresh Pick program is designed to further the nutrition education of students, parents and educators by focusing on the many positive benefits of eating more fruits, vegetables and whole grains. Each month features an instructional recipe video starring Sodexo Ambassador and Student Chef, Chef Remmi, using the Fresh Pick nutritional item of the month. 

While you are visiting with Lift-Off!, don’t forget to check out our series of healthy cooking videos with Sodexo National Director of Wellness, Roxanne Moore, RDN. Throughout the videos, students talk about why each recipe is healthy. Many of the recipes were adapted from the Share Our Strength Cooking Matters program, the Gluten Intolerance Group or Sodexo and are designed to be kid-friendly.

Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. Please email us anytime with questions, comments or suggestions about how we can improve your students’ experience.



Steve Dunmore, President Sodexo Education – Schools

Hello Morrow County Community!


Welcome to our Nutrition website, dedicated to student well-being and keeping parents, teachers, students and the community informed! Feel free to email with any questions, and check back soon for more news. Above are links to our bi-monthly newsletter, which showcases all the fun things happening in the Child Nutrition Department! 

Fresh pick of the month is: WHOLE GRAINS. WHOLE GRAINSare featured daily on our menu.  Nutrition education and facts on WHOLE GRAINS  was sent to the district staff to share with the students. 
A coloring page withWHOLE GRAINS was also sent and we encourage students to color and turn in to the Head Cook for a nutritious snack. We will post the pictures through the month in the cafeteria. 
Specials in May elementary:
5/4: celebrating Cinco De Mayo and featuring Churros to all having school lunch that day.  
On Thursdays we will offerNon-Fat Strawberry milk. 
Treat days will be on 5/12, 18, and 25th. 
May is Hot Diggity Dog month with the following featured:
5/2: Hot dog
5/16: Boston Hot Dog
5/30: Maui Hot Dog    
Each day the elementary schools offer 3 healthy entrée selections plus a variety of fruits and vegetables on the garden bar.  
Specials in May secondary:theme in the secondary schoolsis"Big Time BBQ".
5/10 & 5/31: BBQ Pork Hoagie
5/17: BBQ Chicken Hoagie
5/24: BBQ Beef Dippers
5/4: celebrating Cinco De Mayo and featuring Churros to all having school lunch that day.   
On Thursdays we will offerNon-Fat Strawberry milk.                                                                             
5/12, 18, & 25th are Treat days!
Wednesdays continue to be "Double Cheeseburger Days". Secondary schools offer 9 different entree's each day for lunch and a variety of fruits and vegetables on the garden bar. 
Have a great month of May!!!

Great News for 2016-17!!!

All children on Reduced status meals are at zero charge for lunch and breakfasts. Breakfasts and lunches were at no charge during the 2015-16 school year and will again hte 2016-17 school year.  HB 2545 and HB 5017 both passed, affording school districts the ability to provide breakfasts and lunch to reduced-price students at no charge. 

Reminder: Free and Reduced applications from the 2015-16 school year will expire on October 18, 2016. All free and reduced that expired that day, are changed to paid status. New applications will be available in August 2016.  If you did not reapply, you are responsible for all charges that occur until approved for free or reduced for the 2016-17 school year.  You can also get a free and reduced application at the top of this website~ Meal assistance, application. Any questions, please call Autumn Morgan at 541-676-9128 Ext. 2022. 


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