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USD 353 is committed to excellence in its nutrition and food services programs. To help us achieve goals related to food service we are reaching out to parents, students, staff and interested community members to serve on our wellness committee. If you are interested or willing to serve on this committee please contact Sabrina Torneden, Wellness Committee Chair at Wellington Middle School: 620-326-4320 * 605 North A St. * Wellington, KS 67152 or by email at


All Schools Paid Breakfast - $1.50 
All Schools Reduced Breakfast - $.30 
Elementary Paid Lunch - $2.65 
Middle School Paid Lunch - $2.90 
High School Paid Lunch - $3.15 
All Schools Reduced Lunch - $.40 
Extra Milk - $.50 

Please consider joining us for breakfast or lunch! Adult prices are $2.50 for breakfast and $3.60 for lunch! 
For comments or questions on menu selections please contact: Cindy Daniels, Food Service Director for OPAA!

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The National School Lunch Program (SLP) is a federally assisted meal program operating in public and nonprofit private schools and residential child care institutions. It provides nutritionally balanced, low-cost or free lunches to children each school day. The program was established under the National School Lunch Act, signed by President Harry Truman in 1946. 

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The School Breakfast Program (SBP) is a federally assisted meal program operating in more than 1,500 public and private nonprofit schools and residential child care institutions in Kansas. Public schools in Kansas are required by state statute to offer the SBP in each public school building under the jurisdiction of the school district’s board of education. *For more information on the SLP and SBP contact Sabrina Torneden, Food Service Representative 
The At-Risk Afterschool Meals Program, formerly referred to as the Area Eligible Program, is a component of the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) and provides reimbursement to institutions that serve nutritious meals and snacks to children in qualified afterschool programs. All children and youth age 18 and under at the start of the school year who attend participating afterschool programs are eligible to receive free meals and snacks. *For more information on the Afterschool Meal Program contact Cindy Tracy, Afterschool Program Coordinator 
The Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program (FFVP) became a permanent program as a result of The Food, Conservation and Energy Act of 2008 (Farm Bill). The FFVP provides all children in participating schools with a variety of free fresh fruits and vegetables throughout the school day. It is an effective and creative way of introducing fresh fruits and vegetables as healthy snack options. The FFVP also encourages schools to develop partnerships at the State and local level for support in implementing and operating the program. *For more information on FFVP contact Kim Hefley, School Counselor 
Summer Food Service Program sponsors provide free meals to a group of children at a central site, such as a school or a community center.  They receive payments from USDA, through their State agencies, for the meals they serve to children at eligible sites. Locally, SFSP is run by approved sponsors, including school districts, local government agencies, camps, or private nonprofit organizations.   Just as learning does not end when school lets out, neither does the need for good nutrition.  The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) ) provides free, nutritious meals and snacks to help children in low-income areas get the nutrition they need to learn, play, and grow, throughout the summer months when they are out of school. For Summer Food Service Program availability CLICK HERE




USD 353 is committed to excellence in its nutrition and food service programs.  To help us achieve goals related to food service we are reaching out to parents, students, staff and interested community members to serve on our wellness committee.  If you are interested or willing to serve on this committee please contact Sabrina Torneden, Wellness Committee Chair at Wellington Middle School: 620-326-4320 * 605 North A St. * Wellington, KS 67152 or by email at

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View Kansas Schools' Wellness Policy Data using the instructions below: 1.  Access data in KN-CLAIM here: 2.  Enter User ID of Wellguest, and Password of Wellguest3. 3.  Select School Nutrition Programs. 4.  Select Program Year. 5. Click Applications in top, left, blue bar. 6. Click Wellness Policy Builder. 7. Enter Sponsor Number (D0353) or type the school in the list. 

Sabrina Torneden, Wellness Committee Chair
Mark Whitener
John Buckendorff
Holly Parkey
Wendy Goodrum
Jamie Ybarra
Adam Hatfield
Kim Hefley
Kelly Adams
Stephanie Smith
Ann Shinliver
Erin Sweetwood
Melissa Meeker
Carmen Hatfield
Brandi Peterson
Cindy Daniels 

View our Wellness Committee Meeting Notes 

Sabrina Torneden Food Service Representative (P) 620-326-4320 (F) 620-326-4390 605 North A St. Wellington, KS 67152 

Cindy Daniels OPAA! Foods, FS Director (P) 620-326-4392 1700 E. 16th St. Wellington, KS 67152 

Kim Hefley School Counselor (P) 620-326-4360 (F) 620-326-3273 104 South F Street Wellington, KS 67152 

Cindy Tracy Afterschool Program Coord. (P) 620-326-4320 (F) 620-326-4390 605 North A Street Wellington, KS 67152 

Wendy Goodrum Business Office Manager (P) 620-326-4300 (F) 620-326-4304 221 S. Washington Wellington, KS 67152 

Ann Shinliver Federal Programs Director (P) 620-326-4370 (F) 620-326-6480 1100 N. Washington Wellington, KS 67152

RELATED LINKS: Child Nutrition and Wellness, KSDE United States Department of Agriculture Kansas State Department of Education 

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