Menus and Nutritional Info
Lunch Account Refund Transfer
If your student is graduating or leaving the district and has a balance left in the meal account, please complete the following form indicating how you would like to close the account. Please send by mail, fax or email to South St. Paul Public Schools Nutrition Service. If you do not know the amount in your child’s meal account, call (651) 457-9429.
Download the Lunch Account Refund or Transfer Form.
Nutrition Services has moved to an interactive menu called Nutrislice. Visit http://sspps.nutrislice.com to access our interactive menus! You can choose your school, then choose menu for breakfast or lunch. Now you can view breakfast and lunch items in English or Spanish. Track allergens, view nutritional values, photos and much more!
With Nutrislice, you'll be able to:
- View food descriptions and photos
- Find nutrition information and carb counts
- Rate the foods and leave comments
- Translate menus into Spanish
- Print menus directly from the website
Universal PinAll students and staff in our District will use Universal PIN numbers for school meals. The Universal PIN numbers for Secondary students will be printed on their fall class schedule they receive during the registration days. Elementary students will receive their Universal PIN numbers either at the Open House held before school starts or in their classrooms on the first day of school. Staff members will receive their Universal PIN number from the Cashier or call (651) 457-9429.
The Universal PIN number will belong to a student for as long as he/she is enrolled in our District. This number will not change if a student switches between elementary buildings or when they move to the Secondary Building. Secondary students who are at an Elementary Building during their lunch period will be able to purchase a lunch by accessing their account, using their Universal PIN.
Staff members will keep the same Universal PIN number while employed by the District. Their PIN may be used to purchase meals or a la carte items at any of the buildings.New Universal PIN numbers will only be issued to incoming Kindergarten students, and students or staff members who are new to the District.
After School Super Snack Program
Funded by the USDA, the After School Super Snack program is a federal child nutrition program designed to provide kids and teens ages 18 and under free, healthy meals when the school day ends. South St. Paul Public Schools will be hosting the After School Super Snack program at South St. Paul Secondary during the school year. This is a FREE program open to all children ages 1-18.
Monday - Friday
SSP Secondary Cafeteria
If you have any questions, please contact our office at (651) 457-9429.