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New for 2015-2016
This year Food Services is very excited to continue to provide new and healthy selections on our menu. Also, this year a new USDA regulation is in place called, Smart Snacks. Please see the ala carte section below for more information on Smart Snacks
A few pointers to help you navigate the menu:
All menus are posted online (see Quick Links on this page or any building page) and are also printed in the Trading Post newspaper. Additionally, the monthly menu will be posted in your child's classroom and cafeteria. Students submit their choice of entree during the morning in the classroom at the elementary level.
Please read the letter and instructions for account set-up provided under Links/Resources - My School Bucks on this page.
Healthy Hunger-Free Kids
Look for more healthy and nutritious selections to be offered this year at all buildings. Please view the summary provided under Nutrition for more information.
Highlights of Healthy Hunger-Free Kids are:
Ala Carte Offerings
The ala carte lunch option allows for students to purchase their ala carte selections they like, but bundles it with one or more other healthy components, such as milk, fruit or vegetable, all for the lunch price. Effective this year, all ala carte items must meet Smart Snack guidelines. Each school offers various ala carte items at various prices. Please see each individual building for more information.
Breakfast (Available at Franklin Elem., Isham Elem. Lincoln Elem., CIS, WMS, and WHS)
Elementary (Gr. K-4): $2.60
Please note that Grades K-6 are permitted to charge once with a letter accompanying the child home, explaining that a charge took place. In extreme circumstances, students may charge a second time. However, all charging privileges are then revoked until full payment is received. Students who have exceeded their charges will be given a white milk and peanut butter sandwich. All charges must be paid in full prior to Christmas break and two weeks prior to the end of school. There is no charging permitted two weeks prior to school ending. To avoid exceeding charge limits, please take advantage of the online payment system through MySchoolBucks.
Please note that there will be no charging permitted at the high school under any circumstances.
National School Lunch Program
Wadsworth City Schools participates in the National School Lunch and Breakfast Program. Some students may qualify for free or reduced-priced meals. Applications are available from this web page (see Links/Resources to the right) or from any school building office. PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU MUST USE THE 2014-2015 APPLICATION; FAILURE TO DO SO WILL RESULT IN THE RETURN OF THE FORM TO YOU AND A DELAY IN YOUR CHILD(REN) RECEIVING THE FREE/REDUCED BENEFIT.
Wadsworth City Schools follows the Offer versus Serve policy sponsored by the USDA. Offer vs. Serve is intended to decrease waste and costs by allowing students to refuse up to two components in a lunch and one component in a breakfast. The lunch components consist of an entrée, vegetable, fruit, and milk. The breakfast components consist of an entrée, fruit/juice and milk.
To learn more about what selections we encourage students to choose, please visit the following links.
National School Breakfast Program
Currently we offer breakfast to students at Franklin, Isham, and Lincoln Elementary Schools, Central Intermediate School, Wadsworth Middle School and Wadsworth High School. A paid breakfast is $1.60 and a reduced price for breakfast, for those who qualify, is $.30. If you qualify for free or reduced price lunches, you qualify for the same benefit for the breakfast program.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture prohibits discrimination against its customers, employees, and applicants for employment on the bases of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, gender identity, religion, reprisal, and where applicable, political beliefs, marital status, familial or parental status, sexual orientation, or all or part of an individual's income is derived from any public assistance program, or protected genetic information in employment or in any program or activity conducted or funded by the Department. (Not all prohibited bases will apply to all programs and/or employment activities.)
My School Bucks
National School Lunch
National School Breakfast Program
Special Dietary Needs