The mission of the Cache County School District's Child Nutrition Program is to deliver safe, healthy and enjoyable meals to the students of the Cache County School District. It is also our goal to provide a safe, clean and cheerful environment in the lunchroom and to give each student a positive experience during their meal.
Healthy Changes in Our School Cafeterias!
Cache County School District school cafeterias have met tough new federal nutrition standards for school meals, ensuring that meals are healthy and well-balanced and provide students all the nutrition they need to succeed in school. Now is a great time to encourage your children to choose school lunch!
School meals offer students milk, fruits, vegetables, proteins, and grains, and they must meet strict limits on saturated fat and portion size. Starting in School Year 2016-2017, school lunches and breakfasts will meet additional standards requiring:
We hope parents will support this effort by encouraging their students to give the healthier meals a try. Students are far more likely to pick a fruit or vegetable in the lunch line if they have been introduced to those foods at home. This fall, as students go through the lunch lines, they will be required to take at least ½ cup of fruit and/or vegetables with their meal.
New regulations called Smart Snacks in Schools applies to all foods and beverages sold to students on campus during the school day. Products must first meet at least 1 of the 4 general nutrition standards.
For more information about Smart Snacks in Schools please visit www.schools.utah.gov under departments click Child Nutrition then National School Lunch Program under "What's New" click "Smart Snacks in School Presentation"
School meals are a great value and a huge convenience for busy families too! Please visit our web page for the meal prices as they have increased this year. We look forward to welcoming your children to the cafeteria this fall. To find out more about Cache County School District’s healthy school meals contact us at 435-752-3925.
Susan Wallentine, Child Nutrition Coordinator
Scott Rigby, Support Services Supervisor
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