At Robbinsdale Area Schools, meals are health and well-balanced, providing students the nutrition they need to be successful at school.
The federal Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) was created to ensure children could continue to receive nutritious meals during summer vacation. Robbinsdale Area Schools is a local sponsor of the USDA Summer Food Service Program.
What does it cost to be on the program?
Absolutely nothing! Meals served through the Summer Food Service Programs are FREE to ALL children ages 1-18.
Why is the SFSP program important to our community?
Good nutrition is essential for learning, and the SFSP provides an opportunity to continue the physical and social development of children in our community by providing nutritious meals while on summer vacation. With SFSP, children will play and grow throughout the summer, then return to school ready to learn.
Lunch Room Recipes You Can Make at Home
Robbinsdale Nutrition Services has been working hard to come up with new, updated recipes. We firmly believe healthy eating patterns are essential for students to do well in school, enjoy the time they spend with their friends and family, and fully develop mentally and physically. Furthermore, these habits have been linked to reduced risk for mortality and prevention of future chronic diseases.
Robbinsdale Nutrition Services lunch menus offer kids a wide variety of foods that are both nutritious and delicious. Cooking new recipes is a fun and engaging activity that can be enjoyed at home!
- Apple french toast bake (PDF)
- Creamy broccoli apple slaw (PDF)
- Honey sriracha roasted delicata squash (PDF)
- Hummus (PDF)
- Parmesan garlic roasted carrots with sriracha mayo dipping sauce (PDF)
- Roasted brussels sprouts with honey and dill (PDF)
- Roasted honey butter carrots (PDF)
- Spicy sweet potatoes (PDF)