2017-18 Breakfast and Lunch Information
Breakfast and Lunch Menus
Scotia-Glenville’s breakfast and lunch program uses www.MySchoolBucks.com. The program allows parents to pre-pay for their child’s breakfast or lunch at Scotia-Glenville by setting up an online payment account.
Breakfast and lunch prices increasing slightly in 2017-18
JULY 10, 2017
Unfortunately, Scotia-Glenville is forced to increase some meal prices in the 2017-18 school year to keep up with rising commodity and regulatory costs as well as an increase in the fee paid to Chartwells, the company that manages the breakfast and lunch programs at Scotia-Glenville.
Elementary lunch prices are up by 10 cents per lunch to $2.25 each and secondary lunch prices are rising by 10 cents per meal to $2.45 per lunch. Some ala-carte charges (ice cream, baked chip[s and bottled juice) were also increased in the new school year.
Free and Reduced meal application for 2017-18
AUGUST 10, 2017
Families can sign up for federal free and reduce breakfasts and lunches at any time during the year. Packets are available in your child’s school office or download the free and reduced meal application for the 2017-18 school year. This application includes blanks for specific school information. The application is submitted directly to the school. The list of schools and phone numbers is here.You should return this form to your child’s school office. The letter to parents includes questions and answers about the free and reduced meal program.
The federal National School Lunch Program benefits children
The federal National School Lunch Program provides free and reduced-price meals to more than 31 million children every school day. A study by current and former Iowa State University researchers confirmed that school lunches improve the health outcomes of children who reside in low-income households.
What is the Scotia-Glenville Wellness Committee?
School wellness committees assess the school health environment, programs and policies in place and identify ways to strengthen these to improve the health of students and staff. Committees develop and implement action plans based on what they learn about the school. The committees provide advice and expertise to administrators in the building and at the district level regarding health-related policies and programs.
Check out Scotia-Glenville’s Wellness page.
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