Welcome to the Highline Nutrition Services department! We serve over 5,000 breakfasts and 11,500 lunches each school day to Highline students.Research has shown that there is a crucial relationship between nutrition and academic performance. Highline strives to offer quality meals at affordable prices to set our students up for success every day. Monthly menus are planned by a Registered Dietitian to meet USDA specifications based on the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
HomemadeHighline employees in four production kitchens throughout the district bake bread, cornbread, rolls and desserts with added whole grains and sometimes fruits, vegetables, or even legumes. We also prepare many entrees from scratch including spaghetti and meat sauce, lasagna, chicken salad, and macaroni and cheese.Scroll through the photo gallery below to learn more about the Nutrition Services Department.
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