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FOOD SERVICE PAYMENTS & BALANCES

    
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2017-2018 Free & Reduced Application Packet

2017-2018 Consent for Disclosure

 

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*PAOLA SCHOOL DISTRICT NUTRITION EMPLOYEE, MARSHA SCHULTZ WINS NATIONAL RECOGNITION*

CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL PRESS RELEASE

 

Learning to make healthy choices is essential to getting the most from life. The Eat Smart Play Hard Video News features videos, recipes, newsletters, photos and other resources about how to eat smart and play hard at school and at home. We hope this information conveys that helping children grow up healthy takes families, schools and communities working together. 

www.eatsmartplayhard.org

Paola School District has a Wellness Policy that encourages eating healthy and supports physical activity for students and staff.  Our current policy will soon be modified to reflect the changes in the school meal pattern and the Smart Snacks Rule.  These are both part of the “Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act” of 2010. 

A link to the current wellness policy is provided below.

Wellness Policy

 

 

STUDENTS WHO EAT BREAKFAST SCORE HIGHER IN OVERALL HEALTH AND PERFORMANCE!

BREAKFAST has choices which meet USDA guidelines for healthy students.  Items offered are milk, fruit, juice, whole grain rich bread items and protein.  Menus are available on the district website and are posted at all buildings.

 

LUNCH has unlimited choices of fruit and vegetables in all grades.  Secondary schools have a garden bar daily.  High School and Middle School offer Ala Carte Pizza on Wednesdays.

 

SKIM Chocolate and SKIM White Milk are available with all meals.

Breakfast & Lunch Meal Prices (Subject to Change)

Breakfast Fees

2017-2018 Fees

Adult

$ 2.15

K-5 $1.95
6-12
$ 2.00
Reduced Fees
$ .30

Lunch Fees

2017-2018 Fees

Adult
$ 3.60
9-12
$ 2.80
6-8
$ 2.70
K-5
$ 2.65
Reduced Fees $.40

 

FOOD SERVICE PRICING

 

Meal Substitutions and/or Modifications

Meal substitutions and/or modifications can be made only with complete and specific written instructions from a licensed physician, and must be renewed each school year. These instructions should be sent to the Food Service office at Paola High School.

Specific forms to document food allergies or intolerance are available at individual school offices, nurse's offices as well as the district food service office.

NEW FLUID MILK SUBSTITUTION RULE

Students have the opportunity to choose only those foods that they intend to eat. This reduces waste and helps control costs. They may choose to take only three of the four meal components offered at breakfast and at lunch. A component may consist of more than one food item in order for for the meal to qualify for reimbursement. The price per meal remains the same whether you select the minimum or all five items.

Meal Cards

Middle School and High School students are responsible for their meal card, and must bring them to the cafeteria each day. The new point-of-sale system uses the student I.D. number for their meal account. If a student loses their card, they will be responsible for learning their number and entering it into the pin pad at the serving line. Elementary cards will be maintained by the point-of-sale clerk at each elementary building.

District Meal Charging Policy

Students will be allowed to charge a total of two (2) meals only at any one time. They will not be permitted to charge Ala carte items. Students are given a low balance notice in advance to provide time to deposit money in their account. When the charging limit is reached and their account continues to have a negative balance, students will be provided with a small snack until they can purchase meals.

 

Overview

For Nutrition and Carbohydrate information please call the Food Service Department (913) 294-8005.

 

MENUS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON PRODUCT AVAILABILITY.

USD 368 IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER AND EMPLOYER.

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