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Nutrition

Need to apply for free or reduced price meals?

Apply securely at https://lunch.mpusd.k12.ca.us or print off the application below & turn into your child's school.

Want to pre-pay for meals?

Open an account (or fill up your existing account) at https://www.myschoolbucks.com/index.jsp

For more information and applications, please visit this page.

Menu Info

Monthly menus are carefully designed to provide maximum nutritional value, while appealing to our customers and maintaining a financially self-supporting operation. These continue to evolve along with nutritional science, and are currently designed to meet 1/3rd of the recommended daily allowance for protein, calcium, iron, Vitamin A and Vitamin C, with restricted amounts of fat and saturated fat.

Please call the Nutrition Services office at (831)645-1265 if you have any questions.

Pay Online

You can pay for your meals online and check account balances anytime by clicking the link below.

https://www.myschoolbucks.com/index.jsp

USDA Compliance

The USDA recently announced the new Nutrition Standards for the National School Breakfast And School Lunch Program. This is the first revision in fifteen years! At Del Rey Woods (and at MPUSD), we have implemented most of the changes already in the past few years, based on our commitment to following sound nutrition research and providing nourishing meals to students for lifelong wellness.

Some of these include:

  • Whole grain bread, cereals, pasta and rice
  • Fresh fruits and vegetables most days of the week
  • Protein sources at breakfast to help stabilize hunger through the morning
  • Chocolate Milk - Fat Free High Fructose Corn Syrup eliminated and added sugar reduced to 4grams
  • No Trans Fat (unless naturally occurring) in any foods or products