Summer Food Service Program 2017

Summer Food Service Program 2017

Cherokee County School Nutrition will offer a Summer Food Service Program available to children under 18 years of age at no cost.  During the summer season, we are fortunate enough to continue doing what we love most, serving nutritious foods to Cherokee County children.

This summer, our program will run from June 5th – July 21st. Breakfast and Lunch meals are offered.

If your organization is interested in partnering with the Cherokee County School Nutrition Department for summer meals for children at no cost, please click on the link below to complete an interest form.

Summer Food Service Program Interest Form


Breakfast

ATTENTION PARENTS & GUARDIANS

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Research has shown that children who eat breakfast do better academically in school.

We know that mornings can be busy……don’t forget that the cafeteria serves a nutritious and delicious breakfast. The cost is $1.50 and if your child receives free or reduced price lunch, they will also receive free or reduced priced breakfast (reduced price $.30)!

Please join us for breakfast each day!

Breakfast choices may include:
Chicken Biscuits         Sausage Biscuits
Pancakes                      Waffles
French Toast               Whole Grain Toast
Breakfast Pizza           Low Fat Yogurt
Breakfast Pastries      Whole Grain Cereal
100% Fruit Juice        Fruits
Choice of Milk


ATENCIÓN PADRES Y TUTORES

El desayuno es la comida más importante del día. La investigación ha demostrado que los niños que toman el desayuno mejoran académicamente en la escuela.

Sabemos que puede ser ocupado por la mañana …… no se olvide que la cafetería sirve un desayuno nutritivo y delicioso. El costo es de $ 1.50 y si su hijo recibe almuerzo gratis oa precio reducido, sino que también recibirá gratis o reducido desayuno a un precio (precio reducido $ 0.30)!

Por favor, únase a nosotros para el desayuno cada día!

Opciones de desayuno pueden incluir:
Galletas de pollo                          Galletas de salchicha
Panqueques                                  Gofres
Pan francés                                   Tostadas de pan de grano
Pizza de desayuno                       Yogur bajo en grasa
Astelería para el desayuno        Cereal de grano entero
100% jugo de frutas                    Fruta
Elección de leche


Parent Teacher Visitor Meals

Parents, Teachers and Visitors,

We have been advised that we can longer allow adults to charge meals on student accounts, therefore teachers must have their own lunch account set up and parents/visitors must pay by cash or check when they purchase meals in the cafeteria.

We have been in contact with our software provider because we have had ongoing issues with adult meals showing up incorrectly for state and federal reporting.  We apologize for the inconvenience but this is the only way that we can assure that our reporting is    accurate for state and federal guidelines.

This process will begin after fall break.

Thank you.


Los padres, los maestros y los visitantes,

Se nos ha informado de que ya podemos permitir que los adultos para cargar comidas en cuentas de los estudiantes, por lo tanto, los maestros deben tener su propia cuenta de almuerzo configurado y padres/visitantes deben pagar en efectivo o cheque cuando compran comidas en la cafetería.

Hemos estado en contacto con nuestro proveedor de software, ya que hemos tenido problemas en curso con las comidas para adultos aparecer incorrectamente para la presentación de informes estatales y federales. Nos disculpamos por las molestias, pero esta es la única forma en que podemos asegurar que nuestra información es exacta para las directrices estatales y federales.

Este proceso se iniciará después de las vacaciones de otoño.

Gracias.

 


Did You Know

Did you know…..

  • We served over 1.1 million school breakfasts and over 4 million school lunches during the 2015-2016 school year.
  • There are 40 food service operations, including Ralph Bunche Center PreK, L. R. Tippens Learning Center and ACE Academy.
    • 23 Elementary Schools
    • 7 Middle Schools
    • 6 High Schools
  • We employ over 300 food service professionals.
  • SNP is self-supporting.  No financial support is currently received from local tax dollars to support our program.  The majority of funds received are from our customers (students and adults) that eat with us and reimbursement from the Federal Government.  The program receives minimal breakfast funding from the state, which is determined on an annual basis.
  • The SNP health inspection scores for food service operations average 98.5 or higher.
  • All of SNP employees take required sanitation training and our Kitchen Managers and Assistant Managers are ServSafe certified.  We are also HACCP and OSHA compliant.