Corvallis School Menus
School menus are created on a four week rotation for the entire school year. Sometimes menus change due to school schedules, special occasions, or food availability. Much of the food is prepared at our central kitchen and sent to each school’s kitchen staff to ready for meal times. Some menu items are made in individual school kitchens. All schools offer full salad bars at lunch as a vegetarian option and to encourage students to eat more fruits and vegetables.
NEW! – As many parents know, this year we revised and updated our elementary menus. However, we also are offering new menu items in our secondary schools. Check out our November Secondary menus for highlighted items that either have updated recipes or are part of our new menu offerings.
- Elementary Menu
- Elementary (Español)
- Franklin Middle School
- Middle School – Cheldelin
- Middle School – LPMS
- High School
Breakfast in the Classroom
Philomath and Blodgett School Menus
- Clemens Primary School
- Philomath Elementary School
- Philomath Middle School
- Philomath High School
- Blodgett School
Student health is our primary focus. The nutritional analysis is meant to give parents and district nurses the information necessary to make important decisions regarding student dietary restrictions. While we try to keep all nutritional information up to date, menus and recipes can change due to vendor availability and product formulations. Please contact us if you have any questions.
- Elementary Breakfast (info coming soon)
- Elementary Lunch
- Secondary Breakfast (info coming soon)
- Secondary Lunch (info coming soon)
- Clemens Primary, Philomath Elementary, Blodgett Breakfast (info coming soon)
- Clemens Primary, Philomath Elementary, Blodgett Lunch
- Philomath Middle School Breakfast (info coming soon)
- Philomath Middle School Lunch (info coming soon)
- Philomath High School Breakfast (info coming soon)
- Philomath High School Lunch (info coming soon)
Healthy Foods at School
According to the USDA, menus must meet nutrition goals when averaged over a school week. Menus must be analyzed for nutrient content using USDA-approved software. The nutrient analysis of planned menus must meet nutrient requirements for the age/grade group served when averaged over a week for the nutrient standards based on the 1989 Recommended Dietary Allowances for key nutrients, calories, and 1995 Dietary Guidelines measures.
The Corvallis School District Food Service Department has been a leader in utilizing locally grown produce in the salad bar and meals served. The department has also led the way in removing sodas and other items from the schools in favor of juices, water, and healthier products long before House Bill 2650 (Law 00455) mandated changes in what schools offered students.