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Meal account vs. General account

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Meal account vs. General account! This is one of the most common questions Student Nutrition Services receives about school meals. Here is the difference: Read More


Allergy Information

Friday, August 16, 2013

For those with food allergies: We cannot guarantee our food does not contain potential allergens not listed on food labels.  While we do our very best to check ingredient statements, product formulations do change.  Please call if your student has life threatening allergies and is eating school lunch.  For those with peanut and tree nut allergies:  We do not process peanut products in any of our kitchens.  The peanut butter and jelly Uncrustables on the menu come in fully packaged so cross contamination should not be an issue.  The granola we use in the yogurt & granola daily choice does not have peanuts or tree nuts listed in the ingredient label.  However, please be aware that the manufacturer's label does indicate "Granola may contain peanut, almond & pecan ingredients!"  This is due to possible cross-contamination during the processing of the granola.  The website for the product we use, Nature Valley Oats 'N Honey is http://www.naturevalley.com/Snack-Bars/OatsNHoney.  Any pork-containing product is marked with an *.  If it is not marked, the product is most likely a turkey product.  Please e-mail or call if you have questions or need clarification at  (937) 433.8841 ext. 2015. Read More


Gluten-Free Lunches

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

If your student(s) need gluten-free lunches, please call Student Nutrition Services to discuss options.  The phone number is 937.433.8841 ext. 2015.  Thank you! Read More


Charge Policy for 2014-2015

Friday, August 29, 2014

To ensure that all students have access to healthy school lunches and to be good financial stewards, Centerville Student Nutrition Services instituted a charge policy for the elementary schools. This policy has as its guiding principle the belief that every student deserves a nutritious lunch but that ultimately it is the parent/guardian's responsibility to provide one unless the family qualifies for the free lunch program. To that end, the charge policy is as follows: Read More


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