Cheney Public Schools
Nutrition Services 
fruits and veggies
At Cheney Public Schools, we believe in educating the whole child, mind and body.  That's why we fuel our students with scratch-made, healthy breakfast and lunch consisting of fresh fruits and vegetables, lean meats, low-fat milk and cheese, and whole grains.  No processed food.  No high-sugar beverages. Our students enjoy the freshest, most nutritious food available using recipes that bring to life that not only is healthy food good for you, it's just plain tasty, too.    
Why do we do things the way we do?  The answer is simple.  It's the right thing to do.  Childhood obesity is a growing epidemic with one in three kids today either overweight or obese. Studies show that kids consume 50% of their daily calories during school hours, and experts have proven that the better we eat, the better we learn.  That's something we can definitely sink our teeth into.
CSD Lunch Teachers Cook for America -- Click this link to view a video about the philosophy and training behind our District's lunch program 
For more information about Nutrition Services, contact:
Mr. LJ Klinkenberg, Director
12414 South Andrus Road
Cheney, WA  99004
(509) 559-4506
The Nutrition Services Department is pleased to offer on-line payment service to parents.  Make payments for your child(ren)'s meal program on-line using Family Access and RevTrak.  For information regarding signing up for Family Access, please see your child(ren)'s school secretary for assistance.  For more information regarding the use of RevTrak, please go to the RevTrak section of the website and follow the link. If you have any problems when using RevTrak, please call them directly at 1-800-323-5953.

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