Payment System Update
We have moved to a new payment system called SchoolPay. If you previously have had autopayments set up, you will need to recreate these in SchoolPay. See the below graphic for instructions on how to make a payment. For more detailed information on getting started with SchoolPay click Here.Our purpose
The child nutrition program is dedicated to providing high quality, nutritious meals to the students in the Anoka-Hennepin School District so they can learn and develop for their future. Our department's services include breakfast, lunch and after school snack programs as well as daycare meals, catering and other snacks and meals as needed. Check out breakfast and lunch menus at ahschools.us/menus.
All student meals must meet the federal guidelines for types and amounts of food offered. In addition, they must be appealing to students so they are consumed. A departmental advisory committee consisting of staff from elementary, middle and high schools and a department administrator, plus student focus and advisory groups all contribute to menu development and product choices. Menus are reviewed and adjusted periodically to reflect changing customer tastes and new products. Nutritional information for menu items can be found on the district website.
How meals are planned
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ContactChild Nutrition Department2727 N Ferry St., Door 4Anoka, MN 55303Phone number: 763-506-1240Fax number: 763-506-1253Office hours:Monday thru Friday8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Breakfast and lunch menusView or download menus at: ahschools.us/menus.
Summer meals program
Anoka-Hennepin's child nutrition program is a local sponsor of the USDA Summer Food Service Program, which serves free meals to children 18 and younger during the summer months. Read more on the summer meals page.