Meal accommodations for students require a doctor's order.
Forms can be found below and printed.
Please send the forms to the Food Service Office at
401 West Blvd., Chesterfield, SC 29709, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you child is no longer allergic or has a food restriction, to discontinue the Doctor's Order previously sent in, please complete the following form and send to the Food Services Office.
If you are looking for part-time work during the school day,
Substitute and Employment applications are on our district web page
under Careers or follow the link below.
Come join our dedicated team and make a difference in a child's life!
Follow the link - Employment Opportunities
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Food waste by students in our schools is a constant challenge for our Food Service teams.
How can we reduce student waste? Work with our faculty, staff and students to help them better understand what a student is required to take.
Daily students are offered at minimum the following components: choice of 1 of 2 entrees, 1 grain, 2 vegetables, 2 fruits, and a choice of milk. A student’s tray must have a minimum of 3 components, and must include a full ½ cup serving of a vegetable or a fruit.
Giving our students the opportunity to decide which menu items they would like. Assorted fruit is an option on our menus more frequently. This allows the managers to purchase, offer a variety of fruits daily and to give our customers more than 2 fruit options in the meal period. Chef Salads include: meat and meat alternate (turkey, ham, chicken, hard boiled egg, cheese), 1 1/2 cups of vegetables, and 1 serving of grain. A choice of fruit and milk is included with the Chef Salads.
Share tables/areas are another way to reduce waste and help children with food insecurities.
Items on a Share Tables/areas are limited to: any prepackaged, shelf-stable, unopened foods can be shared. This includes fruits such as bananas and oranges as long as they are not cut or sliced. Whole fruits with edible skin must be pre-wrapped for meal service and remain wrapped in order to be shared. Cold items in cups with lids can be kept in the share area in a container with ice to maintain the proper holding temperatures.
Why can't all foods be shared? Once any prepared foods are placed on a student's tray it cannot be served to another customer. Those foods are then contaminated. Many of our students are children with under developed and compromised immune systems. Our responsibility is to serve them foods that are safe.
Foods kept outside the proper holding temperature for more than 4 hours presents a huge risk for food poisoning! No foods that are required to be kept hot or cold may leave our cafeterias.
food in·se·cu·ri·ty noun 1. the state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food. "more than 800 million people live every day with hunger or food insecurity as their constant companion"
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