Snack Boxes

  • Labeled snack boxes with safe snacks can be kept in the cafeteria behind the snack counter or in the freezer. These boxes are similar to the safe snack boxes sent in to the homeroom class for parties.
  • Students can identify themselves with their School ID when selecting a snack from their box in the cafeteria.

Snack Counter

Dixie Cups – Chocolate, Vanilla, ½ & ½, Raspberry Sherbet, Orange Sherbet
Cones – Chocolate, Vanilla, Nutty Cone
Push-ups – Rainbow Sherbet, Chocolate & Vanilla Swirl
Popsicles – Chocolate Éclair, Strawberry Éclair, Orange Creamsicle, Fudge Bar
Ice Cream Sandwiches

All ice cream purchased through Hy-Point Farms

Hilltop Plain Bagels
Uncrustables (PB & J)
Snackwells Cookies
Chips Ahoy
Pepperidge Farm Cheddar Goldfish
Poptarts – Blueberry, Strawberry, Smores, Cinnamon
Quaker Kids Snack Mix
Chex Mix
Baked Lays Chips
Smartfood White Cheddar Popcorn
Miss Vickie’s BBQ Chips
Nacho Cheese Doritos
Cool Ranch Doritos
Cheddar Sunchips
Original Sunchips
Rice Krispy Treats
Tostitos Scoops and Salsa
Rold Gold Tiny Twists Pretzels
Otis Spunkmeyer Apple Cinnamon Muffins
Super Bun Cinnamon Buns
Cereal – Frosted Flakes, Fruit Loops, Lucky Charms
Jello Pudding Cups
Quaker Chocolate Chip Granola Bars
Boxed Raisins
All Natural Apple Sauce Cups
Side Salads (Mixed Greens, Shredded Carrots, Shredded Cheese) – Croutons & Dressing on the side
Daily Selection of Fresh Fruit (Apples, Bananas, Grapes, or Oranges)
Daily Selection of Fresh Veggies (Carrots or Celery)

All snack items purchased through U.S. Foods, Inc

School ID

  • Example School ID
  • The School ID can be kept in the lunch box.
  • Students can use this ID when selecting a snack from their own safe snack box or when purchasing a snack from the IHM snack counter.
  • Parents should always review the IHM snack list with their children and identify which snacks are safe to purchase.

EPI Pens

With food allergies on the rise, IHM has been proactive in doing everything possible to keep our children safe. Every year before the start of school, training is provided to teachers and staff in recognizing the life-threatening symptoms of anaphylaxis, an acute allergic emergency. Hands-on training is also provided with special medication and needle-free trainer pens that work exactly like the actual Rx EpiPens. Everyone is able to practice so that response time is minimized. All children’s Epi-Pens are also sent with teachers on field trips.


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