Frequently Asked Questions about the Child Nutrition Program
More FAQs are constantly being added to the list below, so if you don’t see the answer to your question, please feel free to email Child Nutrition Program Director Dan Westmoreland at email@example.com or call (662) 234-3541.
Yes we will provide a paper application if that is preferred. Online applications have a faster processing time and don't get lost, but if you need a paper copy of an English or Spanish version you can print one off here.
Please fill out this form if you want a refund or transfer funds from your student's lunch account. Refunds are processed once a month the day after the monthly board meeting, so please be mindful when requesting a refund they aren't immediate. The refund will be turned in to the business office for payment 2 weeks prior to the board meeting and will be put on the docket for the board meeting. Checks are mailed out the day after the board approves the docket. I will cross reference what is put on this form with what is in PowerSchool for the student. If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
In consultation with the U.S. Department of Education, the CDC developed the Voluntary Guidelines for Managing Food Allergies in Schools and Early Care and Education Centers in fulfillment of the 2013 FDA Food Safety Modernization Act to improve food safety in the United States.
These Guidelines provide practical information and recommendations for each of the five priority areas that are addressed in each school’s Food Allergy Management Prevention Plan:
- Ensure the daily management of food allergies in individual children.
- Prepare for food allergy emergencies.
- Provide professional development on food allergies for staff members.
- Educate children and family members about food allergies.
- Create and maintain a healthy and safe educational environment.
If a child purchases a cafeteria-produced lunch, in addition to regular entrees and side dishes, a child may purchase what are called “Extras”. These foods are smart snack approved items such as chips, bottled water and ice cream. Prices vary by item.
If a child brings their lunch from home, they may purchase ONLY dairy products (including milk) and/or bottled water.