Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified School District

11800 State Highway 96
Hoopa, CA 95546
530.625.5600 Phone
530.625.5611 Fax


Welcome to Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified School District Cafeteria Corner.

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A Little About Us

We serve 9 schools within the Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified School District. Our kitchen personnel receive ongoing training in food safety and preparation techniques.Our kitchen professionals, and substitutes, are certified in food safety by either the National Restaurant Association (ServeSafe) or The National Registry of Food Safety Professionals. Both certifications are nationally accredited.

We meet, or exceed, all of the nutrition standards for school food service, and we take great pride in actively looking for ways to improve our food quality, variety and nutrition. We seek to create a place where students can comfortably learn good eating habits.

We strive to make a difference through the quality of food prepared for the students' good health and nutrition. Feel free to write, call or e-mail if you have a question or comment about any of our cafeterias.

From the Manager

Your cafeteria team has been hard at work during the 2012-13 school year. Most significantly, we have begun implementing the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2012 (HHFKA). 2012-13 was is the first in the 10 year HHFKA Implementation timeline. I will post updates as we move forward, so that you can follow along as we continue to make substantial changes to our food service program.

Our work here is a part of First Lady Michelle Obama's national Let's Move campaign, which seeks to address our nation's growing problem of childhood obesity. Follow the link below to learn more and to get involved.   

Call, write or e-mail if you are interested in supporting our local wellness initiatives- I would love to hear from you.

Bon Appétit,
Mason Clark
Cafeteria Operations Manager
Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified School District
PO BOX 1380 Hoopa CA, 95546
530.625-5600 ext. 2347

From the USDA

The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act championed by the First Lady and signed by President Obama, USDA is making the first major changes in school meals in 15 years, which will help us raise a healthier generation of children.The new standards align school meals with the latest nutrition science and the real world circumstances of America’s schools. These responsible reforms do what’s right for children’s health in a way that’s achievable in schools across the Nation.  

Some of the most noticeable changes included in the bill- 

  • Transition to grains that are "Whole Grain Rich
    Reduce Sodium levels
    Require both Fruit and Vegetable servings each day
    Require specific Vegetable subgroups weekly (IE: red/orange, dark green or starchy vegetables)  
    Eliminate higher fat milk varieties. Flavored milk must be non-fat. 
    Dietary specifications by grade group (K-5, 6-8, 9-12) that include specific calorie ranges