Nutrition Supports Learning
Our school provides nutritious breakfasts and lunches every day at reasonable prices. Food and nutrition professionals, at the school and district, are dedicated to students’ health and wellness and understand nutrition is fundamental to learning.
The food and beverages we serve meet state and federal requirements in accordance with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Dietary Guidelines.
Visit Amador County Public School’s Food Services department for menus, prices, to make online payments and for information about the Free & Reduced Meal Program.
We have a great little snack shack at Jackson Junior High School. Glenda Compton and Monique DuBoise run the snack shack. Kids love the variety of snacks and the meals they cook from scratch.