What is Child Nutrition Services doing to promote CATCH?
    Eat Smart Foods
    The EAT SMART School Nutrition Program is the name of the school food service component of the CATCH program. The EAT SMART Guidelines categorize our MISD menus into "SLOW, GO, and WHOA" categories based on the fat and/or sugar content of each menu item.
    Go - Slow - Whoa list from CATCH curriculum 
    GO foods include primarily fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean meats and lower-fat dairy products. These GO foods are lower in fat and/or sugar, and/or they are whole foods (less processed).
    SLOW foods are higher in fat and/or sugar and/or are more processed than GO foods.
    WHOA foods are highest in fat and/or sugar and are the most processed.
    Dietary Nutrition Guidelines
    Dietary Guidelines for Americans
    *School lunches must meet the Dietary Guidelines for
    Americans, which recommend that no more than 30% of
    calories come from fat and less than 10% come from
    saturated fat.
    *School lunches provide 1/3 of Recommended Dietary
    Allowances of protein, Vit. A, Vit. C, iron, calcium and
    Cookin' What's Cookin' in the Kitchen

    *The Midland ISD Child Nutrition webpage has food, nutrition, wellness resources, and information along with our menus. It also features the current Dietary Guidelines.
    *All snacks/a la carte items sold on our campuses during the school day and in our vending machines must meet Smart Snack Guidelines