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ACE (Elementary)

 ACE Rocks

Throughout the school year, our elementary school nutrition mascot, ACE, and his friends share the 
Stay Healthy wellness message through a monthly program. An educational gift with nutrition fun facts is provided each month and reinforces the importance of healthy eating, regular exercise and getting plenty of sleep for your youngest students. 

ACE's Fan Club
This year's theme is Action 
Please visit to learn more.

Ace Fan Club Website

Meet ACE
Ace is very friendly & energetic. He likes to teach kids about the importance of living a healthy lifestyle by eating right, exercising everyday, studying hard and getting enough rest so they can always be at their best while still having fun! He encourages his friends to try different activities and new things as well as take the things they learn in school and use it in their everyday lives. Ace also loves to travel and find out neat things about different places and people.

2017-2018 Action Ace 
Month Wellness Message
ACE Rocks
September Read A New Book
October Keep A Food Journal
Goofy Glasses
November Be Thankful

Walk It Off

Scratch-N-Sniff Stickers
January Unplug & Relax
February Get Enough Sleep Chef Hat
March Start with a Good Break Pencil Pouch
April Drink Enough Water Pencil & Topper
May Keep Moving Curly Straw

Fuel (Secondary)

Fuel Logo

Fuel features monthly menu specials, developed by our chefs and nutritionists, to generate excitement by introducing new recipes or putting new twists on popular favorites. Designed for middle and high school students, FUEL combats menu fatigue and reinforces the connection between healthy meals and performance at school and in favorite sports and activities.

2017-2018 School Year
 Month Fuel Recipes  Wellness Message 
9 - 20
 Hot Grillers
1. Chicken 'N' Cheese Griller
2. Steak 'N' Cheese Griller
 Eat a Variety
 On A Roll
1. Chicken Salad BLT
2. Southwest Chicken Pinwheel
 Be Thankful
4 - 15
 Ranchified Burger
1. Chipotle Ranch Burger
2. Pepper-Parm Burger
 January  Popcorn Chicken
1. N' Awlins Spicy Wrap
2. Lil' Italy Chicken Bowl
 Unplug & Relax
 February  Bowl-A-Rama
1. Spicy Thai Chicken
2. Chicken & Hummus Salad
 Get Enough Sleep
 March  Wrap & Roll
1. Fiesta Foldover
2. Mediterranean Meatball Wrap
 Start with a Good Breakfast
 April All-American Chicken
1. Spicy Southern
2. Cheese-Fry Sub
 Stay Hydrated
 May  Spice by the Slice
1. Spicy Cauliflower Chicken Pizza
2. Pepper Popper Pizza
 Snack Smart

 Aramark K-12
 Food Service Department
google map1800 Highway 114, Justin, Texas 76247  
call us 817-215-0007

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