TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa Public Schools is rolling out a new nutrition program in an effort to meet more students' needs.
School officials are looking to work with students and families to adapt their menus in the district to what students want to eat in the 2019-2020 school year.
The new program is expected to locally sourced ingredients to provide a wide range of options.
Students will be giving feedback that will be used to customize the menu.
The feedback provided through surveys, focus groups, and other conversations will give time for staff to make changes and improvements to the menu within six weeks.
The changes are expected to take place in the fall.
The district also plans to launch mobile meal carts, vending stations, and an app with menu and nutritional information in the spring.
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