Food Services

Nutritious meals are an important part of the learning process. Therefore, we pledge to do our best to help your child get the most out of his/her day by providing a healthy breakfast and lunch every school day.

Visit this page to find out what’s on the menu as well as get some tips for making sure your child eats healthy and nutritious meals and snacks during these very important growing-up years.

School Menus

Our menus are now online. To get the menu, just go to the Snowflake Unified School District School Menus website. Then choose your school and breakfast or lunch menu. Once you choose these items, you will see the menu. The menu will list the two entrees—a hot vegetable and the fruit for the day. On the side, the widgets show the daily vegetables available in the salad bar, a variety of milk options, and the condiments offerings. There is also a widget with meal prices. You will also have the option to print this menu (the print button is on the top right corner). Before printing, be sure to check the "fit to page" box and that the printer settings are set to "portrait."

SFE as a company has chosen to go forward with menus this way as it offers more options for students, staff, and nurses, as you are able to look up calories, carbs, etc. as well as see what we are serving for the day.

Meal Prices

Breakfast - All
Reduced: $0.30
Paid: $1.80
Adult: $2.15
Milk: $0.50

Lunch - K–6
Reduced: $0.40
Paid: $2.95
Adult: $3.75
Milk: $0.50

Lunch - 7–12
Reduced: $0.40
Paid: $2.95
Adult: $3.75
Milk: $0.50

Contact Information

Alicia Cochran
Director of Food Services

cafeteria worker with display of healthy foods

Review of Our Food Service Department

I went down to Snowflake Intermediate this morning to get the nutrition info for Thanksgiving lunch. My 5th grade daughter has type 1 diabetes and needs carbohydrate counts on food in order to figure out her lunchtime insulin dosage. She rarely eats school lunch, so we don't deal with kitchen staff often. Anyways, we went down and spoke with the ladies there this morning, told them what we needed and they hopped on the computer to help find the info. The new computer system did not have the carbohydrate info but one lady went back into the kitchen and looked at the cans and packages to find the info on the nutrition labels for me. She helped me make a list for Kortnie and for Mrs. Brimhall the health tech, and she did it cheerfully and kindly and never made us feel like we were being a pain, I really appreciate that! We are thankful for their sweet attitudes. 

Thanks so much,
Amanda Silverhorn