School Menus & Nutrition
District 308 participates in the National School Breakfast and Lunch programs. All school meals meet federal nutrition standards and meal patterns as required under these programs.
For SY22-23, the USDA flexibilities allowing for free meals for all have expired. However, District 308 will now revert back to income eligibility to determine if your child qualifies for free, reduced or paid meals during SY22-23. Please visit the Free & Reduced Meals page to complete an application today.
All menu items are subject to change. As manufacturers are working their way out of the pandemic, there are still national manufacturing shortages that continue to impact the food supply, causing our district to experience unavailable items or last-minute replacements. We apologize in advance if a posted menu item is not available, we will always have a replacement item. We appreciate your patience and understanding!
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Junior High Menus
Students can customize their own meal and experiment with fresh ingredients and flavor combinations. Featuring breakfast favorites, grill entrees, deli sandwiches, salads and a taco bar daily, Junior High menus are created with students in mind!
High School Menus
Students at Oswego High School and Oswego East High School are offered a wide variety of menu options including breakfast favorites, specialty entrees, grill items, taco bar, grab-n-go sandwiches and salads daily.
All snacks and a la carte products sold in the cafeterias meet the USDA Smart Snack guidelines.
Students must have money on their account or cash in order to purchase any of the snacks or a la carte items.
Charging or overdrawing accounts for the purchase of these items is not allowed.
To view the Snack & A la Carte Menu, please click: here
Visit Nutrislice to:
- Subscribe to receive monthly menus via email
- Enable push notifications for important foodservice announcements
- View nutritional information
- Calculate carbohydrate counts
If you have a nutrition-related question or a student with special dietary needs, please contact your school nurse or Registered Dietitian, Jessica Airola MBA, RDN, LDN