Cinco De Mayo
May 5, 2021
Richland County School District One
Nutrition Services Interview Day
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ARE YOU READY TO RESTART STRONG?
2020-21 NUTRITION SERVICES THEME: RISING ABOVE
Thank you for allowing us to serve your child(ren). Summer Feeding program begins June 14, 2021. Meals can be picked up from the following locations Lower Richland High School, Eau Claire High School, St. Andrews Middle School, and Carver Lyon Elementary School. Pick up will be from 10 am to 12pm. Meals will be for a 7 days. Next Meal pick up is August 2, 2021 and August 9, 2021. Children are able to consume meal at select summer soar sites.
*Our offices have been temporarily moved to another location due to renovations.
JUNE 14TH-MEAL PICK UP DAY FROM EAU CLAIRE, ST. ANDREWS, LOWER RICHLAND, AND CARVER LYON
JULY 1ST- TAKE HOME MEALS FOR 5 DAYS (JULY 5TH-9TH)
JULY 4TH- HAPPY 4TH OF JULY
JULY 5TH-9TH: NO SUMMER SOAR PROGRAMS
JULY 21ST: LAST DAY FOR SUMMER SOAR
AUGUST 2ND: MEAL PICK UP FOR 7 DAYS AT EAU CLAIRE, ST. ANDREWS, CARVER LYON, AND LOWER RICHLAND HIGH
AUGUST 9TH: MEAL PICK UP FOR 7 DAYS AT EAU CLAIRE, ST. ANDREWS, CARVER LYON, AND LOWER RICHLAND
AUGUST 18TH: FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL
WE VALUE YOUR FEEDBACK!
CLICK HERE to provide suggestions on our school meals and/or meal programs served in our cafeterias. You can also share ideas on foods and beverages sold on campus which includes school campus canteens. All feedback will be shared with the wellness committee and/or designee.
USDA DIETARY GUIDELINES
Good nutrition and learning go hand in hand!
The Nutrition Services department is made up of a team of food and nutrition professionals that are dedicated to students' health, well being and their ability to learn. We support learning by promoting healthy habits for lifelong nutrition and fitness practices.
The district supports nutrition and nutrition education as well as physical education and physical activity as integral parts of a quality education.
The Richland One School District's Nutrition Services team is proud to announce being awarded with the highest honors in school nutrition with the Healthier US Schools awards. Congratulations to Nutrition Services Director Tracy E. Dixon and her entire team for having ALL schools awarded! Click button to learn more...
After School Snack Application:
See our After School Snack Application Packet and Snack Program-Frequently Asked Questions at left.
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