Granite School District Nutrition Services teams work with passion to provide nutrition to students, helping them meet their educational goals. All meals served are compliant with the guidelines and regulations established by the United States Department of Agriculture, the Utah State Board of Education, and the Granite School District Board of Education.
Do You Qualify for P-EBT Benefits?
Parents! Your students may qualify for P-EBT benefits!! Even though meals are currently served at no charge, a Free/Reduced Meal application MUST be on file. If you have not submitted one, please do so – we don’t want you to miss out on this opportunity! Applications must be submitted no later than May 10, 2021!!
* For more information on P-EBT Benefits, click here.
* To submit a Free/Reduced Meal application, click here.
COVID RELATED INFORMATION SY 20-21
Nutrition Meal Service Changes
Starting December 7, 2020
School Year 2020-2021 COVID-19 Plan
For up to date information regarding our child feeding program for school year 2020-2021, please click here.
School Recess & Holiday Feeding Information
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