Grab & Go Menus
Evergreen Child Nutrition Services is committed to ensuring our families have access to food even during the school closures. Although we are making every effort to follow the menu, changes may need to be made due to shortages in supply.
We thank you for your understanding and support.
Thank you for joining us!
UPDATE: USDA has extended free meals to all children 18 & under until June 30, 2021.
Now serving breakfast and lunch at all sites.
- January Grab & Go Lunch - All Sites
- January Grab & Go Breakfast - All Sites
- January Allergen Information
- December Grab & Go Lunch - All Sites
- December Grab & Go Breakfast - All Sites
- December Allergen Information - Please call the CNS Office
Child Nutrition Services is "Nut Aware" and strives to avoid purchasing any products containing nuts or tree nuts. However please note that menu items and ingredients are always subject to change without notice due to supply chain issues, refrigeration and equipment failure, etc. Although rare, some purchased products may be produced in a facility that processes nuts or tree nuts. This will be noted on the Allergy Information listings when known. Please consult a medical professional for assistance in planning for or treating a medical condition. For your safety, always refer to the ingredient label on the package for the most current information or contact the CNS office at (408) 223-4500 if you need further assistance. Thank you.
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