"We Think Nutrition Because Kids Can't Think Without It" The Student Nutrition Department strives to provide balanced, healthy, nutritional meals to our students. We understand the importance of good nutrition and the effect it has on academic performance. We encourage all students to eat breakfast and lunch daily.
Seamless Summer Meals for Kids!
1516 S. Nickel
Ginger Jones, Director of Student Nutrition ext. 1746
Janie Quinones, Student Nutrition Assistant Supervisor ext. 1747
Kimberly Giron, Admin Assistant Student Nutrition ext. 1750
Mike Jaime, Student Nutrition Specialist ext. 1749
Ashley Dominguez, Student Data Specialist ext. 1744
Gloria Milo, Student Nutrition Secretary ext. 1748
422 W. Birch
546-2522 ext. 1745
Maria Lule, Lead Food Service Worker
Petra Saenz, Lead Food Service Worker
2200 HWY 418
544-0900 ext. 2205
Melissa Orozco, Lead Food Service Worker
7450 ALTURA ROAD
531-2710 ext. 1847
Angelica Ledezma, Lead Food Service Worker
RUBEN S. TORRES ELEMENTARY
1910 EIGHTH STREET, NW
544-2723 ext. 2509
Bridget Chacon, Lead Food Service Worker
DEMING INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
1750 PEAR STREET, SW
546-6568 ext. 1307
Samuel Gomez, Lead Food Service Worker
Rojelio Rivera, Lead Food Service Worker
RED MOUNTAIN MIDDLE SCHOOL
2100 HIGHWAY 418, SW
546-0668 ext. 2376
Lisa Sainz, Lead Food Service Worker
Cindy Calzadillas, Lead Food Service Worker
DEMING HIGH SCHOOL
1300 S. IRON STREET
546-2678 ext. 2742
Anna Rodriguez, Lead Food Service Worker
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Breakfast and Lunch Meal Patterns