Cafeteria / Food Services
2017/2018 Menu Prices
$2.60/day, $13.00/week, $52.00/month Reduced Prices (must qualify): $.40/day, $2.00/week, $8.00/month Milk .30
Free & Reduced Priced Meals
Free & Reduced Priced Meals are federally subsidized programs and your child may be eligible to receive free or reduced-priced meals based on family income level. Please apply for the program by completing a Free & Reduced-Price Meal Application online, at your child’s school office or cafeteria.
Debbie Barnum Food Services Manager firstname.lastname@example.org 209.984.5217 x3145
Providing Meals for Our Students
The Jamestown School District is committed to providing healthy school meals and snacks to the students of Jamestown Elementary and Chinese Camp Science Acedemy in order to support student academic success and promote healthful eating habits that lead to lifelong positive nutrition practices. School meals are served to students under the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs. Meals and snacks are also served through the United States Department of Agriculture’s Seamless Summer Option and the Child and Adult Care Feeding Program. Following the nutrition guidelines prescribed by the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010, we serve whole-grain rich products; low fat and fat free milk; 100% fruit and/or vegetable juices; and a variety of fresh, seasonal fruits and vegetables.
California Food for California Kids® Lessons
The Center for Ecoliteracy developed these lessons as a part of the California Food for California Kids® Initiative to teach students about California fruits and vegetables. Each lesson is aligned to NGSS and Common Core Standards for upper elementary, Grades 3-5. Download them for FREE by following the links below.
Oranges — A Taste of California Sunshine
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- Students observe and describe navel oranges, compare the taste of these oranges to other citrus fruits, and explore how navel oranges have helped shape California.
Investigating Cabbage Traditions
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- Students discover the cultural importance of cabbages, compare the taste and texture of different California-grown cabbage varieties, and identify family food traditions involving cabbage.
The Tomato Salsa Challenge
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- Students learn fun facts about tomatoes, compare the taste and texture of various locally grown tomato types, and create and test their own tomato salsa recipes.
Savoring California: A Comparative Tasting of California Fruits & Vegetables
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- Students taste at least two varieties of a particular kind of fruit or vegetable, develop vocabulary to describe the nuanced characteristics of the produce, and discover its growing requirements and seasonality.
Food and Culture: The World’s Flavor Profiles
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- Students explore the food traditions of the world’s five major inhabited contents, discover each continent’s broad flavor profile, and then research a particular country’s key ingredients, seasonings, and dishes.
USDA Nondiscrimination Statement
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