Borrego Pass Culinary Department

Food Service Worker

Brendan Yazzie

Head Cook

Food Service Worker

Marty Thompson

Dibe Yazhi Habitiin Community School / Nutrition & Wellness Policy

Mission Statement

Dibe Yazhi Habitiin Community School is committed to providing a nutritious diet and promotes a healthy lifestyle to prevent the onset of diabetes, obesity, poor nutrition and or other afflictions related to a poor diet. Dibe Yazhi Habitiin Community School will adhere to the guidelines and standards of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Navajo Nation Special Diabetes Program, and the New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED) mandates (6.12.5 N.M.A.C).  The Health and Wellness in Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) Schools, K-12, Part 31, Indian Affairs Manual will also be utilized to guide the wellness program


School Menu

October Breakfast

October Lunch

All Menus are subject to change

You Are What You Eat


Filing a Program Discrimination Complaint as a USDA Customer
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