Breakfast and Lunch Menus
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2019-2020 Breakfast and Lunch menus.
*For Carb Count information, please click the image above to visit the new menus page. Carb Count information will be on the right hand side of the page. Once a school and menu is selected, click on the calculator icon*
Some Amphi schools participate in the Breakfast in the Classroom program. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day! Skipping it has both short and long term effects. It can make a child restless, tired, and inattentive. It can also contribute to tardiness, poor attendance, and overall lower grade performance. By serving Breakfast in the Classroom, students are ensured a balanced and nutritous meal needed to think clearly, concentrate on learning, and perform better in class.
Schools that participate in the Breakfast in the Classroom program include: Holaway Elementary, Keeling Elementary, Nash Elementary, Prince Elementary, Rio Vista Elementary, La Cima Middle School, Amphi Middle School, and Amphi High School.
We strive to provide the most accurate information, however, nutritional content of menu items may vary due to variations in recipes, product and seasonal availability, and or substitutions. Some calculations reflect averages of available flavors. Additionally, all of our sites participate in an offer vs. serve program which allows students to select from the items offered and are not requred to take all items. Carbohydrate counts are listed for all items offered. School Health Professionals may utilize the Carbohydrate counts as a reference, however, it is the responsibility of the school health professional and/or parents to check the Special Medical Diet Order on file for plan specifics. In addition, individuals should double check the portion sizes relative to the menu being served and to verify the Carbohydrate counts based on the students portions. If you have any questions regarding the menu, special diet accommodations and/or carbohydrate counts, please contact the Food Service Nutritionist.
Food Service Nutritionist
Alison Carbonneau, SNS
Amphitheater School District
Want to Work While Your Children Are in School?
Why Not Try Food Service?
Amphitheater Public Schools offers a wide variety of work opportunities to assist our community. Please consider helping our students by working in schools.
How could I help in the schools?
Food Service positions directly help support children. There are currently opportunities for food service employment at various schools.
What are the advantages of working for Amphi?
Employees at Amphi enjoy many paid holidays, flexible schedules, fringe benefits for employees that work 30 hours per week or more (insurance offerings, tax-sheltered savings programs, sick/personal/vacation time, flexible spending accounts, life insurance) and participation in the Arizona State Retirement System.
Where can I get more information?
If you, or someone you know is looking for a job, please contact the Human Resources Department at 696-5102. Also, visit the Employment Tab of the Amphitheater Public Schools Website at www.amphi.com to apply for a position.