At the School Food Project, we believe that for kids to learn, think and be the best they can be, they have to eat well. Because of this, we are dedicated to improving the health of each student by providing healthy food and offering nutrition education programs to grow young bodies and minds.
production kitchens turning locally sourced ingredients into healthy delicious school meals.
hard working employees serving the best possible food every day.
scratch-cooked, fresh, nutritious and delicious meals served daily.
local farmer partners growing food for BVSD meals.
nutrition education events hosted in schools each year.
bags of nutritious food and fresh produce sent home every week.
different menu options served throughout the year.
LeanPath machines tracking food waste in BVSD kitchens and cafeterias.
Hopefully you have received your school lunch calendar from your school. If not, the front office of your school should have extras. You will notice that our calendar is chock-full of information, so we thought we would give you a little cheat sheet of what you're seeing.
What if Andy Clark, owner of Moxie Bread Co., collaborated with Louisville Middle School’s Family and Consumer Science classes to implement a project where students could better understand and experience food production from the ground up? Literally.
This summer was a busy one for the School Food Project. Construction on the Central Kitchen was in full swing, while work on the Ed Center began. We wrapped up a number of exciting projects in food waste and local food and started some new ones, including the build-out of our new website! Our Catering department changed course with the retirement of the food truck, but we’re expanding our service times and menus. We have a lot of news to share with you, so please, read on...