Food Service

The Food Service Department consists of Lead Cook, Jennifer Winchell, and Kitchen Assistants, Martha Lopez and Danis Azevedo. Together they provide Oak View Students will a fresh, healthy lunch that meets all federal nutrition standards. Students also have the option of visiting a self-serve salad bar during lunch and have the option of white or chocolate milk. Oak View has always taken pride in being a full kitchen preparing meals from scratch, whenever possible, and limiting the purchase of pre-prepared food items.

The lunch schedule is as follows:
K-3 – 11:30- - 12:15
4-8 – 12:15 – 1:00

Students are given a minimum of 20 minutes to eat and then dismissed to recess.

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