The Food Service Team at Columbia Borough SD is proud to serve our students breakfast and lunch each day. Our students have daily selections of delicious entrées, fresh fruits, fresh vegetables and milk. At the Hill and High School campus, students also have the Eat Right Café featuring fresh made salads and wraps.
Every student is encouraged to eat breakfast and lunch daily to promote a healthy lifestyle and a strong learning experience. Well nourished students perform better in class and have better grades. We welcome suggestions and feedback to ensure our menus meet our students’ needs.
Our Food Services Team Leaders include:
*Food Service Director- Alaina Melendez – HS – Amelendez@columbiabsd.org
*Assistant Food Service Coordinator – Laura Splain – HS – email@example.com
*Park Elementary Interim Team Leader – Twila Sentz firstname.lastname@example.org
*Taylor Elementary Team Leader – Peggy Duke email@example.com
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