ISD 748 Food Service Information and News

News

New legislation that impacts a la carte and vending in schools is now being considered.  To learn more and provide feedback to the federal government, click here.

March is National Nutrion Month.  Check out some of the information provided by NuVal!

Please watch the video to learn more about the Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act.  This video is specific to the high school, but the concepts are generally the same.  To share your thoughts with the federal government about the new legislation, please feel free to contact:

United States Department of Agriculture
Office of Research, Analysis, Communications, and Strategic Support
Bruce Alexander, Chief Communications Officer
703-305-2017
bruce.alexander@fns.usda.gov

General Food Service Information and Resources

Food Service Policies Special Dietary Needs Information New Lunch Meal Pattern Information Food Service Resources
 Wellness Policy  Special Dietary Needs Policy

Parent & Student Food & Nutrition Services Info 2016 - 2017

Healthy Snack Suggestions
  The School Day Just Got Healthier Toolkit

2016 - 2017 

Special Dietary Needs Form other than Anaphylaxis

 New Meal Pattern Visual with Vegetables Kindergarten Breakfast Information 
  2016-2017 Special Dietary Needs Checklist  Offer vs. Serve Lunch Information  
 

Parent/Guardian Meal Accomodation Checklist 16-17

 Offer vs. Serve Breakfast Information  
   8th-12th Grade Parent Waiver Form

   
 

 

   

 


Sartell St. Stephen Food Service Mission Statement

Our mission is…
To proudly offer our Students a wide variety of nutritious, affordable and satisfying meals that enables them to succeed academically and physically, while teaching lifelong healthful eating habits.
 
To fulfill our mission…
We are committed to health through good nutrition by offering Students delicious, high quality, nutritious food choices with strong customer acceptability. By exposing them to a variety of different foods, students will learn that there are no such things as “bad” foods and that when used in moderation, any food can be incorporated into a healthy diet.
Fundamental to our mission are…
  • A competent and customer service oriented Food Service Staff that participates in decision-making; effectively manages resources; and maintains a safe, sanitary, orderly and attractive environment.
  • Promoting nutritional awareness and student participation through successful customer service, marketing and merchandising.
  • Ensuring financial self-sufficiency by managing resources effectively and with innovation.

Questions/Comments: contact the Food Service Director at Braulick@Sartell.k12.mn.us