Marquardt District 15 offers a breakfast and lunch program at all of our schools. Our mission is to provide safe and nutritious meals to our students that foster proper growth and development to prepare students to learn at their optimal level during the school day.
Menu's are planned by our Registered Dietitian Nutritionist to meet all the nutritional requirements of the federal meal program as well as offer a variety of foods that are nutritious and appealing to students. We offer both hot and cold entrée choices daily and all menu items are served in age appropriate portions. In addition to the entrées, we offer a variety of fruits and vegetables daily. We are proud to say that our fresh fruit and vegetables are purchased locally when available. Legumes are also offered on a weekly basis. Our meals meet all the whole grain, calorie, fat and sodium requirements as set forth by the federal government. We offer only fat-free flavored or low-fat white milk, which is also purchased locally. Although milk is part of a school meal, it also offered individually for those that choose to bring a meal from home. .
Color menu's are sent home with students the first day of school. Printable versions of the menu's are available on this site. All nutritional information is available on this site and ingredient listings are available upon request.
If your child has a life threatening food allergy, you may request meal modifications by using the Modified Menu Request Form and return it to your school's office. This form must be completed and signed by your child’s physician or authorized medical personnel. Please turn the form into your school office and you will be contacted by our department’s Registered Dietitian to discuss possible modifications. Please note, that the District 15 Food & Nutrition Department does not serve any foods to our students that contain peanuts or tree nuts in the ingredient label.
Click on your schools name for printable version of the menu for the 2019-2020 School Year.....
Elementary School Menu (Blackhawk, G. Stanley Hall, Reskin, and Winnebago)
*Please use our interactive menu at the bottom of this page to see the nutrition and allergen information on all the foods we serve.
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