Student Nutrition
Student Nutrition Forms

New Mexico
Student Nutrition

120 South Federal Place, Room 207
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501

505-827-1815 (fax)

Michael Chavez
Deputy Director

Michelle Wright
Staff Manager

Felix Griego
Data/Fiscal Manager

Laurie Allocca
Health Educator

Marina Gomez
Health Educator

Claudia Duran
Health Educator

Robert L. Sanchez
Health Educator

Terry Lovato
Health Educator

David Padilla
Business Operations

Ashley Garcia
Health Services Coordinator

Danielle M. Biss

Barbara Vigil
Executive Assistant

Paid Equity Lunch Guidance and Tool for SY2015-16

Free and Reduced Price Lunch Data

Current: Archive:

New Mexico Human Services Department

Dietary Needs

Latest USDA Memos

Archived USDA Memos:

2009 CN - 03 Clarification of SA Review Requirements for Donated Foods in CN Programs

2009 SP - 30 Revised 2009 Edition of Q&A's for the NSLP's Seammless Summer Option

Update on Electronic Transactions in the Child Nutrition Programs

2015-2016 Training Resources


Claims System
To access the New Claims System, please

2015 Food Service Management Contracts

Reimbursement Rates

Program Eligibility and Regulations (CFR)

2013-2014 School Meal Application

Provision II

Recall and Food Safety Information

Policy Documents


New Meal Pattern Regulations

Short and Long Week Calculations
Compliance With New Meal Pattern Requirements For The National School Lunch Program and Additional Six Cents Lunch Reimbursement

Sample Menus

Click on the following link for access to sample menus:

Breakfast after the Bell

2012 Back to School Workshop Presentations-New Meal Pattern

Direct Certification

As you receive the monthly Direct Certification lists please download and save. Print a hardcopy and file for future reference.

If you need passwords or assistance contact Barbara Vigil at 505-827-1821.

Community Eligibility Provision

Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program

National School Lunch Program

Seamless Summer 2014

2013-2014 Federal Grants

After School Snack Program

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