Elementary $1.40 $2.20
Middle School $1.60 $2.55
High School $1.60 $2.55
Adult $2.00 $3.35
Letter to Parents
from OPAA! Food Management
Opaal Food Management is proud to have been awarded the contract to manage the child nutrition program at El Dorado school district. Opaa! is a family owned company that has been serving the nutritional needs of children in Missouri since 1978. We currently manage the National School Lunch and Breakfast Program at over 350 separate locations throughout the Midwest, serving over 25 million meals each year.
The existing cooks and kitchen staff at El Dorado school district will now be supported by our team of certified specialists in Wellness and Nutrition, our professional Operations Team, and over 34 years of experience operating National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs. Your children will be able to choose from a variety of made from scratch lunch and breakfast entrees. We incorporate locally grown fruits and vegetables into our meals and our rolls and baked goods are made from scratch using healthy whole grains. Every Opaal recipe and menu is carefully designed to meet the requirements of the new Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act that went into effect in August 2012.
Opaa's vision is to become an indispensable partner with the EL Dorado school district, and we plan to achieve this by focusing on three main goals:
1. Improve the quality, freshness, and variety of offerings so that more children will eat a healthy school lunch and breakfast. By serving each meal with the warmest hospitality, we hope to make mealtime the highlight of your child's school day.
2. Implement and manage a financially sustainable nutrition program for the El Dorado school district.
3. Insure that El Dorado district is fully compliant with all federal, state, and local regulations.
Once again, we are proud to serve the El Dorado school community and encourage you to visit our websites at www.opaafood.com and www.opaatv.com and learn more about how we plan to 'Make Your Child's Day."
Kevin Short, President
Carla Varner, District Teacher of the Year