District Food Services
Programs & ServicesBreakfast served at every school a half an hour before school starts daily.
Lunch served daily - nutritionally analysed for specific age and grade groups
- Elementary $1.35
- TIS, RMMS $1.50
- WHS $1.65
- Reduced $.30
- Free $0.00
Meals feature a arge variety of fresh and canned fruits and vegetables, USDA Grade A Meats, and all breads, crusts, etc. are minimum 50% whole grainAfter School Snack Program offered at HVE
- Elementary $2.00
- TIS, RMMS $2.50
- WHS $2.75
- Reduced $.40
- Free $0.00
Free Summer Lunch Program offered through the USDA administered by Wasatch School Food Services. Free to any child up to age 18 small children must be supervised by an adult. Adult meals offered at 3.50 each (same meal as student)SMP Special Milk Program offered to preschool and kindergarten students.Federal Free and Reduced meals program available to all families who qualify. (Forms available at every school and online)
School Food Services is dedicated to providing healthy and nutritious meals to all students.CONTACT INFORMATIONBilling Address:Wasatch County School DistrictFood Services101 East 200 NorthHeber City, Utah 84032Food Service SupervisorDarren Wilkins50 West 1580 SouthHeber City, Ut 84032Office 435-654-0512 Ext 4110Cell 435-671-5071Food Service SecretaryJolyn Probst50 West 1580 SouthHeber City, Ut 84032Office 435-654-0512 Ext 4128Food Service WarehouseDaren North50 West 1580 SouthHeber City, Ut 84032Phone 435-657-3100 Ext 4153
Cell email@example.comHours 5:30 am to 2:30 pmDelivery hours 7:00 am to 1:00 pmCoordinate Deliveries with Darren WilkinsIn accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights
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