Curbside Café offers food truck lunches on campus
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This school year, Broken Arrow Public Schools introduced a food truck, Curbside Cafe, on the high school’s campus. The Curbside Cafe provides healthy meal options in a new and trendy way.
The planning that went in to the food truck took a lot of work. With finding out the equipment needed, space, cost, design, number of employees, a creative menu and the way to execute it all, Curbside Cafe was made to perfection.
“The food truck has been in the planning for two years,” said Luanne Goodacre, BAPS Director of Child Nutrition. “We were looking for ways to provide more lunch options for students at Broken Arrow.”
The menu differs every day with options such as street tacos, chicken and waffles, salads and more being offered. All of the meals meet U.S. Department of Agriculture guidelines.
“I was really happy when the food truck opened on campus, and I love all the meals they serve. Hopefully it is here to stay,” said junior Blayze Byrd.
Over the summer, the Curbside Cafe offers a summer feeding program to any child from the ages of one to 18. They will find out exactly where the truck will travel to in the spring time.
“Broken Arrow Public Schools have always offered Summer Feeding programs, but this year instead of the program being at schools, the food truck will drive around to various neighborhoods to meet students where they live to serve them,” Goodacre said.
For more information about the Summer Feeding Program or other Child Nutrition information, contact BAPS child nutrition at 918-259-4565.