Tom Gordon, Food Service Director 219-996-4771 x-107
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Find School District: Type Hebron
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|2017-18 School Year
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Welcome to the cafeterias of Hebron Schools. Our food service staff is committed to providing a variety of nutritious, attractively prepared foods at affordable prices in a safe and sanitary work environment to all our students and staff.
Student nutrition is an important part of the educational process and hungry children cannot learn. It is the staff's pleasure to provide nutritious meals, lead by Tom Gordon, Director of Dining Services. Our food service team caters directly to our student’s needs and provides a unique service of offer vs. serve. This encourages each student the freedom to pick and choose their food options, while avoiding waste.
Each of our schools offers a variety of menu choices for breakfast and lunch, as well as a la carte items in our secondary schools. Our department also caters many special events for the district, prepares meals for athletic teams, and provides snacks for faculty meetings and much more.
Division of School and Community Nutrition Programs Site
Division of School and Community Nutrition Programs is the administering State Agency in Indiana for the United States Department of Agriculture's Child Nutrition Programs. Among other programs these include: The National School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program, Special Milk Program, Child and Adult Care Food Program, Summer Food Service Program, and the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Programs.
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