Food Service – Eat Better, Live Better



El Mo Cafe located in the cafeteria is your one stop food shop:

● Three payment lines that move students in and out quickly

● Lions Lair Snack Bar open in the quad for lunch and brunch
● Easy access from the quad
● Attractive buffet style serving lines for brunch and lunch, including fresh prepackaged salads, veggies and fruit bar
● A variety of a la carte snacks and beverages sold separately

Full Meal Deals offer more food for the price – 
Full meals are a great deal and are available for both brunch and lunch.  Full meal deals offer students a variety of healthy foods to choose from, with an emphasis on offering more fruits, vegetables and whole grains at every meal. In fact, all of the grains offered in full meal deals are whole grain. The full meal deal always includes main entree, milk, fruit juice or whole fresh fruit.  The lunch meal includes a side salad, veggies with dip, or other veggies.

Meals are served to students through the federally funded United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs during the regular school year and summer school. These meals are planned based on USDA Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA).

El Molino High School’s Food Service has participated in the local Farm to School movement, and uses locally grown produce on a regular basis. For more information see the newspaper article published in the Sonoma West Times on June 1, 2011 via pdf.

For More Information Contact: Ryanesha Warren, Food Services Coordinator at 707-824-6419 Email: rwarren[email protected]

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