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January 2018 Breakfast menu
January 2018 Lunch menu
January 2018 Dinner menu
Nutritional News for January 2018
January 1……New Year’s Day Holiday
Winter Break…….January 1-January 5
January 8……Professional Development Day
January 9……Birthday Dinner
January 15……Martin Luther King Day (no school)
Recipe for January is;
Zucchini Salad (6 servings)
2 medium zucchini-fresh (about 1 ½ pounds total)
½ teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon ground black pepper
2 Tablespoons white wine vinegar
4 Tablespoons corn or safflower oil
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Wash the zucchini, trim and discard the ends, and cut cross wide into ¼-inch thick rounds. Arrange the rounds in one layer on a large cookie sheet and sprinkle them with the salt. Place in oven for 5 to 7 minutes, until they soften slightly. Transfer the zucchini rounds to a bowl and toss them lightly with the pepper, vinegar and oil. Serve immediately.
Each serving is 92 calories, 9 grams fat and 0 saturated fat
Do Children need supplements?
Does your child eat a variety of foods? Is he or she growing and developing properly?
If the answers are “yes,” then he or she probably does not need a nutrition supplement. A combination of balanced meals and snacks should provide enough vitamins, minerals and other nutrients for growth, development and overall good health. Food is always the best source of nutrition. However, if your child has a long-term feeding problem, or if you are concerned about his or her nutrient intake, seek medical advice, talk to your child’s doctor or a registered dietitian. A nutrition supplement may be recommended if your child avoids an entire food group due to pickiness, a food allergy or intolerance; or if your child is a vegetarian/vegan. If your health provider recommends a nutrient supplement for your child,
the American Dietetic Association provides this advice:
Choose a supplement with a childproof cap. Store it out of your child’s reach.
Give a supplement in the safe, recommended dose. Too much can be harmful. Remember: Supplements are just that – supplements – not an excuse to forgo smart eating. Remind children that supplements aren’t candy, even if they come in fun names, colors, shapes and package design. Remember that enriched and fortified foods may have the same added nutrients that the supplement has.
School year 2017-2018 Breakfast and Lunch Prices
Middle and High School Students–$2.55
Breakfast All reduced PK-12 =FREE
Lunch Reduced price=.40 (PK-5=FREE)
For more information about your child’s school lunch program, please visit the USDA at http://www.fns.usda.gov/cnd/lunch/.
KIDS EAT FREE ALL SUMMER LONG-For more information visit!
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