• Distance Learning Meal Process and Remote Meal Cooking

    Instructions and Nutrition Information

    While our students are attending school online this fall, the Nutrition Services Department will provide meal packages that contain breakfast and lunch items for multiple days to ensure our students have the opportunity to receive a nutritious breakfast and lunch during the week.

    Meal packs will be available to all children from ages 1 to 18 and are served on Tuesdays and Thursdays. A meal pack will consist of a breakfast and a lunch each for multiple days (two days of meals on Tuesday and three days of meals on Thursday.)   Only meal packs will be served.

    Meals may be picked up at designated school or drop-off sites as follows:

    Site

    Serving Time

    Site

    Serving Time

    Cedar Ridge Middle School

    12-1 p.m.

    Vista Loop Apartments

    1:30 p.m.

    Firwood Elementary

    1-2 p.m.

    Pioneer Mobile Park

    1:00 p.m.

    Naas Elementary

    1-2 p.m.

    Barlow Trail Mobile Home Park

    1:30 p.m.

    Sandy High School

    1-2 p.m.

    Big Valley Woods

    1:10 p.m.

    Welches Middle School

    1-2 p.m.

    Wunder Mobile Park

    12:50 p.m.

     

     

    Hood Course Acres

    1:10 p.m.

      

     

            If you have students attending different schools in the Oregon Trail School District, meals for all your students may be picked up at one school site.  The state of Oregon requires that meals be picked up by the student or their parent or guardian only as registered in student records.  Any child within the ages of 1 to 18 may participate in the program and do not need to be Oregon Trail Students in order to participate.

     All nutrition info can be found on this site by going to "School Menus" located on the Nutrition section and follow the "Nutrislice" link.  On your mobile device, visit Nutrislice on the App Store or Nutrislice — Apps on Google Play. 

     As we move forward we want to share that we will be adding variety to our sack lunch and breakfast program.  We will be sending out foods that should be heated but are precooked and will be safe to consume if not heated but kept under proper temperature control

     

    Food safety directions:

    •  Any frozen or refrigerated food, place in freezer or refrigerator until ready to use. Heat to 165-degree internal temperature, whether using microwave or oven. If using oven cook at 350 degrees. If using microwave start on high for 1.30 minutes, test internal temperature. For food packaged in sealed individual servings, please read directions on back of product for heating instructions. For items sent in plastic bags, remove from bag to heat.
    • Any cold foods, i.e., sandwiches, milk, packaged fruit or vegetable, cheese, keep in refrigerator at 40 degrees or less. Use within 3 days from issue.
    • Cereals, chips, whole fruit (wash before consuming) may be stored at room temperature.

     Below are links to more cooking instructions for individual Breakfast and Lunch Items:

     

    Breakfast Item Cooking Instructions

     

    Lunch Item Cooking Instructions

     

    If you have any questions, contact Oregon Trail Nutrition Services at 503-668-3377 or email otsd.nsd@ortrail.k12.or.us

     

     

    Reasons Why You Should Take Advantage of the Curbside Meals OTSD is Offering

    • You will save time grocery shopping and prepping for meals.
    • It could extend your household food budget.
    • It's comforting and familiar to your kids.
    • The meals are nutritious and delicious.
    • When kids are offered more healthy vegetables at lunch, they eat significantly more vegetables.
    • Healthy food fuels students for learning.
    • You are not taking away food from someone who needs it. We have plenty to go around!
    • It's convenient - just grab and go!
    • We offer fresh produce from local Oregon farms.
    • We love to provide meals to our students. It's what we do best!
    • Available to all children age 1 to 18 in your family-they do not need to be enrolled in the district.

    This institution is an equal opportunity provider