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Elfin Around 2018

Randall the Elf has once again arrived at the Randolph Elementary kitchen, and has been up to some shenanigans. First, he made a bridge so he could get from one high shelf to another, then wrapped up in a tortilla to play long with Taco meal day. He climbed the “ribbon” wall, and had a snowball fight with some friends. He’s always entertaining!

Eating Local

Each month the LPS menu features NEBRASKA THURSDAY—with items raised in or around Nebraska including fresh chicken, watermelons, whole grain flour and GMO free milk.

“This meal is so good!” – Ta’Vione, Eastridge student


Apple Crunch Day



Flat Steve Visits Moore Middle School

Flat Steve has been making the rounds in LPS, and recently visited Moore Middle School Cafeteria. He even wore his hair net and loves chili and cinnamon rolls!


School Lunch Fund Donations

The LPS Foundation has set up a special page to receive contributions to help support families who struggle with lunch payments. This fund can be accessed by any principal in the district who has identified a family in need.

If you would like to contribute towards the emergency needs of your LPS neighbors, you can make a tax-deductible contribution on the Foundation for LPS website

In the “Donate To” box, select School Lunch Fund.

Thank you for your interest in our most vulnerable families. It takes all of us working together to give our students the opportunity to reach their full potential!

School Lunch Hero Day 2018

Jamie Kailing, Cafeteria Manager, Receives LPS Inspire Award

Recipe for a Lunch Lady

Lincoln High Breakfast on the Go

Adams Kitchen Manager Retires, Receives Wonderful Gift

Randolph Staff Celebrating Dr. Seuss Birthday Read Across America Day

Congratulations to our Rousseau Kitchen Manager, Rebecca Coatney,
on receiving level 3 certification in the School Nutrition Association.

Solar Eclipse – Experience for All

Adams Elementary Kitchen Remake

Nutrition Services Article Archive

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