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NVUSD Food Services Office

2425 Jefferson Street
Room 106

Napa, CA  94558

707-253-3541

FAX 707-253-3948

 

Sunita Dutt Ellenby
Food Services Coordinator

Kathy Pendergrass
Staff Secretary

Joa Rhorer
Account Clerk

Lynn Anderson
Sodexo Director

Calvin Pettigrew
Sodexo Manager

Food Services

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CLICK HERE to:

  • view school menus
  • make payments to student accounts
  • get information about free & reduced meal program
  • view recipes
  • see cooking demos
  • and more!

Sodexo Quality of Life Services

Helping Students Succeed

 

Quality of Life in education means

  • an environment where students of all ages take pride in achieving academic honors, completing homework, essays or dissertations, and excelling in sports and activities.  
  • community where students, faculty and staff readily share ideas, enjoy learning and have a sense of belonging. 
  • healthier and more satisfying meals -- meals that provide students the energy they need during class, sports, and all the busy happenings of the day.  

Quality of life involves a partnership with a strong commitment to the community through sustainable, forward-thinking innovations.

From preschool through graduation, Sodexo creates clean, safe living and learning environments that inspire and drive success.

Halloween Parties and Trick-or-Treating

If it were only at Halloween, we wouldn’t be concerned about the candy.

But it’s not just at Halloween. It’s candy and other treats all too often— breakfast candy (sugary cereals), liquid candy (soda), and fruit candies at lunch (fruit snacks/gummies/roll-ups). Celebrating Halloween healthfully isn’t about giving up all the treats. It’s about bringing them into balance, especially since kids often have multiple celebrations: at school, at friends’ houses, at after care, and in the community. And, of course, there’s trick-or-treating.

There’s more to Halloween than candy. There’s dressing up, having fun with friends, playing games, and doing crafts. With so many celebrations throughout the year, it’s important to enjoy each one without going overboard.

Here are some ghoulishly great ideas for Halloween parties and trick-or-treating.

Posted by: Kelly Cliff
Published: 10/9/14

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