Cafeteria Menus


Contact Information:
Mrs. Kim Carter
Food Service Director

T: (325) 659-3615
F: (325) 658-4353

kim.carter@saisd.org

Lunch provides one third of the minimum recommended daily dietary allowances as established by USDA. Breakfast meals provide one fourth of the recommended daily dietary allowances. The menus offered by San Angelo ISD are meeting the Dietary Guidelines to meet recommendations for fat and saturated fat levels, increasing the number of servings of fruits and vegetables and whole grain products.

The Food Services department plans and publishes the school lunch menu monthly.

Elementary Breakfast and Lunch Menu - May 2013
Subscribe to Elementary Breakfast Menus
Subscribe to Elementary Lunch Menus

Middle School Breakfast and Lunch Menu - May 2013

High School Breakfast and Lunch Menu - May 2013

Head Start/Early Head Start Breakfast, Lunch & Snack Menus - May 2013

Summer Meal Program Menu - July 2013
For more information about the Summer Meal program, click here.

CATCH Program

The CATCH (Coordinated Approach to Child Health) program is an elementary school-based program that has 4 components - Classroom Curriculum, School Food Service, Physical Activity, and Family. The Food Service component is EAT SMART. The menu is used to provide a learning opportunity for children to make daily healthy food choices. The menu is made up of the following three food categories:

  • Green - GO FOODS, “Almost Anytime Foods”
  • Yellow - SLOW FOODS, “Sometimes Foods”
  • Red - WHOA FOODS, “Once in A While Foods”

Download 2011-2012 CATCH menu

Your input is always welcomed. You may or questions regarding School Lunch Menus to the Food Services Department.

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