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Nutrition Services

  • Thank you, FLUOR! Thanks to a generous grant from FLUOR, Goose Creek CISD's Nutrition Services team now delivers meals in style! Our four vans are wrapped in a design that practically scream "FUN!"

  • If your child was on free or reduced meal status last year, you must still submit a new application for the 2018-2019 school year to avoid being charged at the full rate. The deadline to submit your applications for free and reduced price meals for the 2018-2019 school year is October 5. However, if your circumstances change at any time throughout the year, please update your status.

     

    Adults and staff will be charged regular adult rates of $2.50 for breakfast and $2.85 for lunch. (The ONLY adults authorized by the TDA to eat breakfast free are those who play a specific role in distributing Breakfast in the Classroom.)

     

    You may apply online, or pick up an application from your school office, or visit Nutrition Services at the Goose Creek CISD Service Center, 2200 Market St., Baytown, TX 77520.

     

    Contact our office at 281.420.4640.

Menus

Parents: If you have 5 minutes, please take our short survey about School Breakfast and Lunch Programs.

Parent Survey on School Menus

Elementary school students receive printed menus prior to the start of each calendar month.

 

The printable menus posted here are an abbreviated listing of the main courses available on certain serving lines and do not list every item available that day.

 

Complete List of Items Served & Nutritional Values

 

 

Menus & Nutrition

  • Printable Menus

    For further Nutritional Information, please call or email Dietitian Chelsea Arkadie at 281-707-3230.
  • Printable Menus

    Cedar Bayou, Gentry,
    Highlands Junior & Horace Mann
    Baytown Junior
    The POINT
    For further Nutritional Information, please call or email Dietitian Chelsea Arkadie at 281-707-3230.
  • Printable Menus

    Lee, Memorial & Sterling
    IMPACT & Stuart Career Tech
    Peter E. Hyland Center
    Additional Menus
    For further Nutritional Information, please call or email Dietitian Chelsea Arkadie at 281-707-3230.

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Nutri Apps

Goose Creek CISD Nutrition Services partners with the “Nutri Apps” program, which makes it easy for parents to apply for meal benefits online. Please note that if your child has qualified for free or reduced price meals in the past, you must still update your information at the start of every school year.

 

Nutri Apps Online Application

 

Not sure if you completed an application or what the status is?

Check your F&R application status online!

Please note, you must have your student ID or application confirmation number to pull up the status information. If you have NOT completed an application this school year, nothing will show up when you hit submit.

 

F&R Status Check

 

My School Bucks

“My School Bucks” makes it easy to keep up with your student’s meal account balance. This online payment service provides a quick and easy way to add money to an account using a credit/debit card or electronic check. You can also download the app to your smartphone for 24/7 convenience.

 

My School Bucks

 

Contact Information

Nutrition Services Team Photo

Front: Michelle Ojeda, Amy George

 

Middle: Chef Franchesca Bland, Timothy Tran, Irma Tyler, Esmeralda Andrade, Dina McCartney, Suellen Lambert, Director Natalie Edwards

 

Top: Chelsea Arkadie, Odalys Ramos, Maria Ramos, Nora Rocha, Marlon Hilyer, Susan Rosales

Nutrition Services
Name Title Email Phone
Natalie Edwards Director natalie.edwards@gccisd.net 281.707.3384
TBA Assistant Director 281.707.3538
Amy George Community Outreach / Marketing amy.george@gccisd.net 281.707.3430
Chelsea Arkadie Registered Dietitian chelsea.arkadie@gccisd.net 281.707.3230
Franchesca Bland Chef Manager franchesca.bland@gccisd.net 281.707.3693
Michelle Ojeda Supervisor Elementary Schools michelle.ojeda@gccisd.net 281.707.3670
Suellen Lambert Supervisor Elementary Schools suellen.lambert@gccisd.net 281.707.3546
Dina McCartney Supervisor Secondary Schools dina.mccartney@gccisd.net 281.707.3600
Susan Rosales Purchasing susan.rosales@gccisd.net 281.707.3761
Irma Tyler Human Resources Secretary irma.tyler@gccisd.net 281.707.3860
Esmeralda Andrade Adinistrative Assistant esmeralda.andrade@gccisd.net 281.707.3225
Maria Ramos Clerk maria.ramos@gccisd.net 281.707.3722
Nora Rocha Clerk nora.rocha@gccisd.net 281.707.3910
Marlon Hilyer Carpenter marlon.hilyer@gccisd.net 281.707.3484
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Catering

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It must be Fall, Y'all!

Classic Fare Catering has cooked up some delightful and delicious recipes to recognize those special October days! 

To order from any of these flyers, click on the red  Online Ordering System tab below and look for Seasonal Specials. 

 


For a printable copy of any of these flyers, click on the links below:

 

Boss's Day

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Halloween Treats

Boss's Day Catering Specials
Breast Cancer Awareness Month Catering Specials
Halloween Catering Specials

Classic Fare Catering

Let Classic Fare cater your next school meeting, event or banquet!

We offer a wide variety of menu items for breakfast, lunch and everything in between. Browse through our online menu at the link below. 

Special Orders: 

Tiers of Joy! Specialty Cake Order Form

Sucre Paris! Macaron Special Order Form

 

We also offer specials during the year and will post them here so check back often.

Chef Bland

Living the Dream: Meet Aramark Chef Franchesca Bland

Chef Franchesca Bland

Chef Franchesca Bland joined the Nutrition Services Department in November, 2017. 

 

When Chef Bland was in elementary school, she remembers arguing for control of the television with her two sisters. They wanted sitcoms and cartoons; Franchesca wanted to watch cooking shows. Her favorites were “Great Chefs: Great Cities” and “Cooking Live with Sandra Moulton.”

 

One day, she saw a television commercial for the Culinary Program at the Art Institute of Houston.

 

“I was amazed that you could cook for a living,” she said. “That’s when I knew what I wanted to do.”

 

Franchesca never strayed from that dream. She earned her culinary degree from there and has been refining her skills ever since (and getting paid for it, much to her delight.) Her experience ranges from Food Operations Manager at St. Luke’s Hospital, to teaching culinary arts students at Alvin community College.

 

Chef Franchesca enjoys bringing her passion for cooking to the students and staff of Goose Creek CISD.

Free & Reduced Meal Application

Please review important notice above before completing application.

Apply Online

Goose Creek CISD parents and guardians can apply for Free and Reduced Price Meals online. The process is SAFE, SECURE, PRIVATE, and AVAILABLE anytime, anywhere.

Safe & Secure

We use the highest level of data encryption available, meaning that your information is always safe and guarded.

Private & Available

Apply online in the comfort and privacy of your own home. The online service is available 24/7 anytime, anywhere there is an Internet connection!

Fast

Your data is transmitted to the Nutrition Office the same day you apply, allowing for quicker processing so you can receive benefits faster.

Go Green

No more paper applications to complete and return to the school office. Applying online is so convenient and good for the environment as well!

  • Follow the easy to use, step-by-step screens to enter student and household information.
  • Click "Apply" to submit your application for meal benefits!
Please note, you must have your student ID or application confirmation number to pull up the status information. If you have NOT completed an application this school year, nothing will show up when you hit submit.

Meal Prices

2018-2019

Goose Creek CISD participates in the National School Lunch Program and the School Breakfast Program. Both of these are federally assisted meal programs which provide nutritionally balanced low-cost or free lunches to approximately 31 million children each day.

 

All Goose Creek students are eligible to eat a free breakfast at their school, regardless of whether or not they qualify for free and reduced meal prices.

 

Breakfast choices vary from school to school. These elementary schools offer breakfast in the classroom: Alamo, Ashbel Smith, Bowie, De Zavala, Highlands Elementary, Lamar, Travis and Walker. At the secondary level, Baytown Junior, Cedar Bayou and Horace Mann serve breakfast in the classroom. The other secondary schools offer meals in the cafeteria, and some have quick "grab and go" options available at food carts.

 

Each year, School Food Authorities (such as Nutrition Services at Goose Creek CISD) must review their paid lunch revenue to ensure compliance with the paid lunch equity requirements of the United States Department of Agriculture. School districts are reimbursed for meals served to school children, but not for meals served to adults, including teachers. In fact, federal guidelines state that adult meals must be priced so that it is sufficient to cover the cost to produce the meal. Those expenses include food, wages and benefits, supplies and equipment.

 

School food authorities must ensure that the federal reimbursements, children's payments and donated commodities do not subsidize program meals served to adults whatsoever. Our ability to serve reduced price meals to students would be jeopardized if it were discovered that adults were paying the student price.

 

The United States Department of Agriculture and the Texas Department of Agriculture conduct periodic audits of all school districts utilizing the programs to ensure that all standards are being met and the district can continue utilizing the funds to feed children healthy meals.

 

 

Secondary Meal Prices

Breakfast Lunch
Full Price Free $2.10
Reduced Price Free $0.40

Elementary Meal Prices

Full Price Free $1.85
Reduced Price Free $0.40

Adult Meal Prices

Regular $2.50 $2.85
Visitor $2.50 $2.85

MySchoolBucks

MySchoolBucks
Goose Creek CISD Nutrition Services offers MySchoolBucks®. This online payment service provides a quick and easy way to add money to your student’s meal account using a credit/debit card or electronic check. You can also view recent purchases, check balances, and set-up low balance alerts for FREE!

MySchoolBucks provides:

  • Convenience - Available 24/7 on the web or with the Mobile App for your iPhone, Android or Windows phone!
  • Efficiency - Make payments for all your students, even if they attend different schools within the district. Eliminate the need for your students to take money to school.
  • Control - Set low balance alerts, view account activity, recurring/automatic payments & more!
  • Flexibility - Make payments using credit/debit cards and electronic checks.
  • Security – MySchoolBucks adheres to the highest security standards, including PCI and CISP.

Enrollment is easy!

  1. Go to www.MySchoolBucks.com and register for a free account.
  2. You will receive a confirmation email with a link to activate your account.
  3. Add your students using their school name and student ID.
  4. Make a payment to your students’ accounts with your credit/debit card or electronic check.

If you have any questions, contact MySchoolBucks directly:

Thank you,

Natalie Edwards

Nutrition Services Director

News & Events

Lee Culinary Team performed with skill and grace in Aramark's Lone Star Chef Competition March 29
03/01/2018

Lee Culinary Team performed with skill and grace in Aramark's Lone Star Chef Competition March 29

Students Present Plate to Judges

Darely Sandate, Mildreth Sandate and Naomi Carrey of Lee High School present their plate (below) to the judges at the Aramark Lone Star Chef Competition at Baylor University. The team was coached by Chef Ginger Zoidis of Lee High School.

 

Plate

For the last four years, Aramark has hosted a statewide cooking competition for high school chefs called the Lone Star Chef Competition. This was the first year that Goose Creek CISD has entered the competition, in which teams are challenged to create and execute a recipe that meets all the USDA nutritional requirements for a school lunch entree. The 2018 theme was "Latin Fusion."

 

The district competition was held February 1. It was Lee vs. Sterling. Ultimately, the local judges selected the Lee High School’s “Latin-Inspired Pizza” to represent our district at the state competition at Baylor University on March 29.

 

Fifteen teams from throughout the state competed for $5,000 in scholarships and prizes. Although our team from Lee High School did not place in the top three, they were definitely a contender as they sailed through the tense competition with practiced poise.

 

Congratulations to Chef Ginger Zoidis and the Lee team – Mildreth Sandate, Darely Sandate and Naomi Carrey – for representing Goose Creek CISD so well!

 

Competition Team

The Goose Creek CISD Lone Star Chef Contestants at the district-level competition in February.

 

From left to right are Brayan Franco and Harlan Haynes of Sterling High School, and Naomi Carrey, Mildreth Sandate and Darely Sandate of Lee High School.


Chelsea's Challenge: 'Texas Produce' Recipe Contest Winners
12/31/2017

Meet the winners of Chelsea's Challenge: 'Texas Produce' Recipe Contest!

 

Chelsea's Challenge Winners

Congratulations to these TOP CHEFS from 2017!

From left to right: Robert Johnson (Highlands), Ismael Santana III (Walker), Genesis Acosta (Harlem), Annaira Aguilar (Banuelos), Erik Gonzalez (Crockett), Jeikobs Joel Mercado (Alamo).

 

Missing from photo: Yoleth Alvarez (Travis).

 

Back row: Chef Franchesca Bland and Chelsea Arkadie, Registered Dietitian.

 

Printable Packet of 2017 Winning Recipes

2016 Top Chef Winners
12/31/2016

Here are the 2016 Top Chef Winners!


2016 Top Chef Winners

 

Top row, from the left: Evyn Edwards (Austin); Asana Gordon (Austin); Ariana Lizette Loy (San Jacinto); Jason Wheelock (Highlands); Chef Kylie Sobczak.

 

Bottom row, from the left: Briyana James (Harlem); Madeline Gomez (Alamo); Madalynn Blackburn (Travis); Viridiana Nunez (Banuelos); Kyilee Whittington (Clark).

 

Not pictured: Alejandra Herrera (Ashbel Smith)


Promotions

  • Ace Rocks!

     

     

    Ace Rocks!

    Elementary Promotions

    [offered at all elementary schools]

    ACE the Fox helps us communicate and reinforce the importance of good nutrition and exercise to our elementary school students throughout the 2018-2019 school year. One day each month, we offer an ACE prize to every child who eats lunch that day. Be sure to watch the menu calendar to see when ACE Day is each month!

     

    "Taste it Tuesday" is another monthly promotion in which students are encouraged to try new fruits and veggies.

     

    We also celebrate holidays throughout the year, including Halloween, Thanksgiving, Valentine's Day, Read Across America, Astros Opening Day, and many more!

  • fuel

    FUEL

    FUEL is our monthly secondary school promotional program. Two new menu items are introduced each month.

     

    The 2018-2019 monthly food themes will be:

    October       Burger Blitz

    November   Mac Hacks

    December    Loaded Fries

    January        Chili Fest

    February      Brunch Bash

    March          Slam Dunks

    April            Stack Attack

    May             Slice of Life

Student Allergies & Diets

Accommodating Children with Special Dietary Needs

Goose Creek CISD adheres to the The Texas Department of Agriculture guidelines for accommodating children with special dietary needs.

 

 

The Nutrition Services Department will accept either of the following as documentation of a special dietary need:

 

 

  1. Physician's Request for Special Dietary Accomodations Form [preferred]
    The form must:
    • Be signed by a licensed physician.
    • Identify the child’s disability and/or life-threatening food allergy.
    • Include an explanation of why the disability and/or allergy restricts the child’s diet.
    • Identify the major life activity affected by the disability.
    • List the food or foods to be voided from the child’s diet and the food or choice of foods that must be substituted.
  2. We will also accept a Medical Statement for Children with Special Dietary Needs as long as the following is included:
    • It must be signed by a physician, physician assistant, or advanced practical nurse.
    • The form must identify the medical condition(s) that restrict the child’s diet.
    • It must lists the food or foods to be voided from the child’s diet and the food or choice of foods to be substituted.

 

 

Specific requests must be detailed on the submitted documentation.

 

 

Documentation must be submitted to the School Nurse for verification, who will then forward a copy to Nutrition Services. Dietary accommodations begin once Nutrition Services receives and processes the request. Please note that dietary accommodations that require purchasing specific items may not be immediately available. It can take up to four weeks to receive delivery of special order items.

 

 

Distribution of Responsibility for Accommodating Children with Special Dietary Needs

Parents

  • Provide a physician’s statement to the school nurse, making sure that it includes all required information as listed on page 1.
    Note: If the physician's order contains any statements requiring further clarification, special dietary accommodations will not begin until the physician provides further written clarification.
  • Provide updated physician’s orders as necessary. Give the school nurse a written statement signed by the physician when accommodations are no longer needed. Dietary accommodations cannot be changed prior to receiving updated documentation from the physician.
  • Work with the school nurse and Registered Dietitian to review and return modified menus as soon as possible.
    Note: Modified menus will not be implemented until approval is received.
  • Physician's diet orders must be renewed every school year. Please provide an updated physician's statement to the school nurse during the summer, prior to the beginning of school. Remember that there may be a delay of up to 4 weeks if special orders are required.

School Nurse

  • Send physician's orders to the Nutrition Services Department:
    Fax: (281) 420-4632; Attn: Special Diets - Chelsea Arkadie
    Email: Chelsie Arkadie, Registered Dietitian
  • Serve as liaison between the Nutrition Services Department and the parent to gather needed information and physician documentation.

Nutrition Services

What we can do:
  • Provide reasonable accommodations that meet the physician ordered dietary restrictions, to the best of our ability / knowledge.
  • Work with the parent and school nurse to adjust the diet as updated physician's orders are received.
  • Non-disability students will be handled on a case by case basis.
What we are unable to do:
  • Interpret, revise, or change a diet order for students with disabilities.
  • Provide dietary accommodations for students without a valid medical condition.
  • Provide dietary accommodations without the proper physician's documentation.
  • Provide fruit juice as a milk substitute for non-disability students.

 

Summer Meals

2018 FREE Summer Meals for Kids

served 73,000 meals this summer!

Cook-Outs featured raffles, vendors

Goose Creek CISD Nutrition Services teamed up with local organizations to provide free lunches for children 1-18 at six Baytown Parks, two area libraries, community centers, apartment buildings and more this past  summer. 

  • SUMMER FUN - Thanks to a grant from FLUOR, we're delivering meals in style.

  • The Hernandez Family enjoyed the Summer Meals cookout at Pelly Park

  • The Summer Meals Cookout team held a cookout in a different park every Thursday.

  • The Cuellars enjoyed the Summer Meals Cookout at Pelly Park this summer.

  • A mother feeds her daughter ice cream at the Summer Meals Cookout at Sterling Library this summer.

  • Cousins enjoy the Summer Meals Cookout at Stratford Library in Highlands.

  • Congratulations to our 2018 Summer Meals Bicycle Raffle Winners!

    • Brayden Guidry

    • Fabian Medrano

    • Jazmin & Ximena Chavez

    • Sofia Ceja

  • Congratulations to our 2017 Summer Meals Bicycle Raffle Winners!

    • Georgina Buenrostro

    • Ignacio and Giovani Huerta

    • Jenna Johnson

    • Joshua Connor Mathews

  • Congratulations to our 2016 Summer Meals Bicycle Raffle Winners!

    • Lissette Velazquez San Jacinto Elementary School

    • Jacob Zamarripa Carver Elementary School

Texas Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Regulations

As a participant in the National School Lunch Program and the School Breakfast Program, Goose Creek CISD is required to follow TDA Food and Nutrition Standards. To learn more about these programs, nutritional requirements for participation, and more, visit Square Meals.
  • Smart Snacks

    What Are “Competitive Foods”?

    “Competitive Foods” refers to all food and beverages SOLD to students on school campus during the school day, other than meals reimbursable under government programs. Effective July 1, 2014, The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) released a memorandum to inform State agencies and School Food Authorities (SFAs) that USDA no longer provide waivers once these rules went into effect.

  • Snack Smart, Snack Healthy

    The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act required the USDA to establish nutrition standards all foods and beverages sold to students outside of the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program meals on the school campus during the school day. USDA’s interim final rule “Nutrition Standards for All Foods Sold in School,” was effective July 1, 2014. These science-based nutrition standards promote a healthy school environment and apply to all foods sold, such as:

    • A La Carte Cafeteria Sales
    • School Stores
    • Snack Bars
    • Vending Machines
    • Fundraisers
  • More on Fundraisers in Texas Schools

    TDA analyzed the potential impacts of USDA’s Competitive Rule requirements in light of Texas Laws and the Texas Public School Nutrition Policy. Schools may have unlimited fundraisers as long as the fundraisers adhere to the federal Competitive Rule (i.e. Smart Snacks) requirements. Food items that do not meet the Competitive Rule requirements must be sold outside of the school day. The following are additional examples of allowable fundraisers that may occur during the school day:

    • Any Non-Food Items
    • Any food items not meant for consumption on the school camps during the school day (e.g. cookie dough to be prepared at home).
    • Any food item sold after the end of the school day (e.g. 30 minutes after the end of instruction on campus). Food items sold in concession stands after the end of the school day (e.g. 30 minutes after the end of instruction on campus). Any food items that meet the federal Competitive Rule requirements.

     

    These rules DO NOT apply to food given to students for free or brought by the student for their own consumption.

     

    USDA Snack Smart Flyer
  • Where do the standards apply?

    School Campus
    This means all areas of property under jurisdiction of the school that are ACCESSIBLE to students during the school day.

     

    When do the standards apply?

    School Day
    Defined as the period from the midnight before to 30 minutes after the end of the OFFICIAL school day. There are no current restrictions on sales during after school programs occurring 30 minutes after school day ends.

    What about school "Party Days"?

    Schools may still have Party Days, however there are some stipulations:
    1. All foods SOLD to students are subject to Smart Snack standards. These standards also apply to food items which are not provided by the scenarios outlined below: For example, if students are required to bring money for a pizza party, the pizza served would have to meet the Smart Snack nutrition standards. The Smart Snack standards also apply to fundraisers in which the item sold is consumable, such as candy bars. If the item is being SOLD during the school day and is likely to be consumed during the school day, it must meet the Smart Snack standards.
    2. The exception is for foods that are provided to students free of charge (without exchange of money/tokens/tickets/etc.) Smart Snacks only regulates foods which are SOLD, not given away. Foods that are brought to school by parents or students do not have to meet the Smart Snacks requirements. Parents may still bring treats for celebrations, however at Goose Creek CISD we request that they take into consideration students with allergies or special dietary needs.
  • The Emergency Meals Policy applies to ALL Grade Levels. It refers to the steps taken by the Nutrition Services staff when a student’s paid account is in deficit status.

     

    In accordance with the policies of Goose Creek CISD Emergency Meal Policy, Nutrition Services is obligated to:

    • Make sure that every eligible student has completed free or reduced meal application on file.
    • Ensure it is common knowledge that parents are responsible for paying for all meals eaten until their student is approved for free and / or reduced priced meals.
    • Help campuses to put students on the emergency free meal program, if necessary.
    • Notify families whose students have unpaid meal charges through phone calls, letters and call-outs from the school staff and / or Nutrition Services campus staff.
    • Seek principal intervention for students who continue to incur a balance, but have no application on file.

     

    The emergency meals policy applies to reimbursable meals only. All GCCISD students are allowed to breakfast without charge, regardless of free, reduced-priced or paid meal status. Principals or their designees can complete an application for students whom they have reason to believe should be on the free meal program, but the family has failed to complete an application.

    Emergency Meal Policy

    A student will be allowed to eat five (5) emergency meals in which they receive a complete meal, with his or her choice of entrees and sides. These students will be able to charge up to the following:

    Elementary (PK – 5) student paid status - $9.25

    Elementary (PK – 5) student reduced status - $2.00

    Secondary (6-12) student paid status - $10.50

    Secondary (6-12) student reduced status - $2.00

     

    The Nutrition Services Department utilizes a variety of communication vehicles in its attempt to notify parents/guardians of deficit balances. These include:

    Letters issued by The Child Nutrition Services Department via US mail.

    Weekly call-outs to parents/guardians whose students are on the deficit balance list.

     

    Once the student has incurred the above balances, then the student will be allowed to eat five (5) additional emergency meals; however, the entrée on the menu will be replaced by a cheese or sun butter sandwich. The student will be allowed to select fruits and vegetables and his or her choice of milk. At this point, the students will be able to charge up to the following:

    Elementary (PK – 5) student paid status - $18.50

    Elementary (PK – 5) student reduced status - $4.00

    Secondary (6-12) student paid status - $21.00

    Secondary (6-12) student reduced status - $4.00

  • GCCISD Local Wellness Policy

    Every school/LEA that participates in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) and/or the School Breakfast Program (SBP) is required to establish a local school wellness policy.

    The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 (HHFKA) further strengthened this requirement in order to promote student health, prevent childhood obesity and provide transparency to the public on school wellness policy content and implementation. Per the HHFKA, local wellness policies (LWPs) are to include, at a minimum, the following:

    • Goals for nutrition promotion and education, physical activity and other school based activities that promote student wellness.
    • Nutrition guidelines for all foods available on each school campus during the school day.

     

USDA Non-Discrimination Statement

As participants in federally funded nutrition programs such as the National School Lunch Program and the School Breakfast Program, GCCISD is required to adhere to USDA non-discrimination standards.

Local Wellness Policy

Every school/LEA that participates in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) and/or the School Breakfast Program (SBP) is required to establish a local school wellness policy. The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 (HHFKA) further strengthened this requirement in order to promote student health, prevent childhood obesity and provide transparency to the public on school wellness policy content and implementation.

 

Per the HHFKA, local wellness policies (LWPs) are to include, at a minimum, the following:

  • Goals for nutrition promotion and education, physical activity and other school based activities that promote student wellness.
  • Nutrition guidelines for all foods available on each school campus during the school day.

 

To learn more about the National School Lunch Program, the School Breakfast Program, nutritional requirements for participation, and more, visit Square Meals.

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