Fremont County School District No. 2

Food Services

At Fremont County School District #2 we recognize the connection between good nutrition and student success. All of our food service staff is dedicated to our students' health, well being, and their ability to learn. 

All meals, foods, and beverages sold or served at schools are based on the USDA Dietary Guidelines and meet state and federal requirements. All students have access to well balanced, healthy meals that provide the recommended amounts of nutrients and energy for optimal learning and child development.

Summer Food Service Program 2022

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Our Summer Food Service Program is free to anyone eighteen and younger! We will offer the service June 13 through July 28 (no service July 4) at Dubois K–12 School, 700 N 1st Street, from noon to 12:45 p.m. Monday through Thursday. No pickup is available, as this service is dine-in only. To sign up, call (307) 455-5522 or email Kary Thompson with your lunch orders for the week. See our Summer Food Service Program flyer for details.

Ram Pak Program

The Community Food Bank in Dubois offers weekend supplemental food that we distribute to students in need in grades kindergarten through eight. This age range is new for the 2022–2023 school year.

The Community Food Bank of St. Thomas Church here in Dubois packs individual serving sizes of food, selected for both nutrition and child appeal, into “Ram Paks”. We distribute the paks on the last school day of the week. Students take the paks home to supplement their nutritional needs over the weekend.

Please encourage your child to bring the paks home and to consume the contents of the paks. We do not want to see waste happening in this generous program.

If you believe that your child could benefit from this program, we encourage you to sign up. Please complete the required RamPack Food Program Consent Form, and return it to Nurse Hinkle. Forms are available outside of the school office and online.

The program begins approximately the week after school starts and runs until the week before school ends. Each family needs only one form per family. The information you provide is confidential and only the school nurse will view the information.

If you have any questions, please contact Anna Hinkle, district nurse and Food Service director.

    USDA Meal Requirements

    Vegetables with bread and cheese

    Breakfast: Students must select three of the four food items offered, and we encourage them to select all food items offered. In addition, students must select a ½ cup fruit or vegetable with breakfast. 

    Breakfast components: fruit, grain, milk, meat and meat alternatives may be offered with a grain component

    Lunch: Students must select three of the five food items, and we encourage them to take all food items offered. In addition, students must select a ½ cup fruit or vegetable with lunch. 

    Lunch components: fruit, vegetable, grain, meat/meat alternative, and milk

    Food Services Staff

    Anna Hinkle
    School Nurse/Food Service Director
    P: (307) 455-5511
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    About Anna Hinkle


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