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The New Diana Child Nutrition Department mission is to support the education of our students by providing the highest quality, safe, and nutritionally complete meals with consistently excellent service.

Our goals are to put children first, by continuing to build partnerships and relationships with other district departments, divisions, and the community, to pool our combined resources for the betterment of our students and of our district as a whole.

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All students are offered a complete meal. Students may choose at least 3 items offered and (1) MUST BE ½ cup FRUIT OR VEGETABLE.  Student are encouraged to take all of the offered food group items.

A choice of flavored milk,  or 1% white, is offered daily at lunch and 100% fruit juice at breakfast.

Cafeteria Prices
Breakfast: 
$1.50
Reduced price Breakfast: 
$0.30
Adult Breakfast: $2.00


Elementary School Lunch: 
$3.00
Middle/High School Lunch: 
$3.25
Reduced price Lunch (all campuses): 
$0.40
Staff Lunch: $3.75
Visitor Lunch $4.25


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Ms Toni
Toni Druschke
Child Nutrition Director
903-663-8006
tdruschke@ndisd.org


 Ms Amy 
Amy Wilson - HS/MS
Child Nutrition Manager
903-663-8000 Ext. 244
awilson@ndisd.org

 Ms Mckayla
Mckayla Morrison - RFH
Child Nutrition Manager
903-663-8000 Ext. 309
mmorrison@ndisd.org




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