Jeremy Harmon, Deseret News
Students work in the lunch room at Truman Elementary School in West Valley City on Dec. 3, 2003. Nutritional standards of food brought into the classroom for events like birthdays, holidays or other celebrations are set by local districts.

Wellness policies are federally required documents that outline the nutrition and health guidelines for each school district, addressing things like health curriculum, nutritional requirements of school breakfasts and lunches as well as specifics for physical education classes.

While districts must adhere to government guidelines on food provided by schools, the availability and nutritional standards of food brought into the classroom for events like birthdays, holidays or other celebrations are set by the local district.

Click on the name of one of the Utah school districts below to read its wellness policy:

Alpine

Beaver County

Box Elder

Cache County

Canyons

Carbon

Daggett

Davis

Duchesne County

Emery County

Garfield County

Grand County

Granite

Iron County

Jordan

Juab

Kane

Logan City

Millard County

Morgan County (bottom of page)

Murray City

Nebo

North Sanpete

North Summit

Ogden City

Park City

Piute County

Provo City

Rich

Salt Lake City

San Juan

Sevier

South Sanpete

South Summit

Tintic

Tooele County

Uintah

Wasatch County

Washington County

Wayne County

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