The Nutrition Service surveys are available for students and staff to complete by May 3, 2019.
Your feedback is important and helps to meet the Nutritional needs and Requirements of the students we serve.
Nutritional News for June 2019
June 10…….Sam’s annual BBQ
June 13…….Last day of school
June 14…….Staff Recognition event
June 14…….Staff Professional Development Day
Congratulations Class of 2019!
Graduation Strawberry Punch
1 cup sugar (may substitute Splenda or stevia)
1/2 cup lemon Juice
1 cup strawberries, crushed
2 cans pineapple Juice (46-ounce Cans)
1-pint fruit juice
1 bottle 7-up (2-quart bottle)-diet or regular
Have all ingredients well chilled. Dissolve sugar/splenda/stevia in lemon juice in a punch bowl, add raspberries. Blend in orange juice and diet 7-up. Stir until completely dissolved. Yields 12-18 servings, approximately 96 calories per 6oz serving (depending on ingredients used)
• Be a mindful eater and foster mindfulness in your child
• Know the difference between a portion and a serving.
• Eat healthy snacks between meals and provide them to your children.
• Read the labels carefully.
• Use smaller dishes.
• Substitute veggies for higher calorie foods.
• Wait for 10-15 minutes before you go back for seconds.
School year 2018-2019 Breakfast and Lunch Prices
Reduced Breakfast & Lunch PK-8 Free
Reduced Breakfast & Lunch 9-BTL .40
Free & Reduced Application CSDB accounting office
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! http://kidsfoodfinder.org
Ella Walker, Food Service Manager email@example.com
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