Nutrition

Nutrition

School Meal Guidelines under the Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act

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Beginning September 2012, we implemented the USDA guidelines for even healthier meals for your kids! In the 2014-2015 School Year, Smart Snacks in schools were implemented offering healthier snack options for students.
 
Balanced meals are offered to students each school day. Breakfast includes a variety of whole grains, fruit, and milk. Lunch includes whole grains, protein, vegetables, fruit, and milk. 
 

Nutrition Education

We are available for small or large group nutrition education including classrooms, faculty, and staff meetings as scheduling permits. Please contact contact Registered Dietitian Julie Raway, MPH, RDN, CDN, SNS, FAND at jraway@btboces.org if you or anyone in your districts is interested in these services! 
 

Watch and Listen to the Rock on Cafe Daily Lunch Menus!

Check out students on News Channel 34 announcing the daily Rock on Cafe lunch menu!

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Our menus are also read on Cool 106.7FM on the "Shimes in the Morning Show!"

 

Current News!

Good news! You can now access the Nutrition Information for products and items on the school breakfast and lunch menus on your districts food service page.
 
If a student has a food allergy and would like appropriate meal substitutions, check out the food allergy information and form

If you have any questions, contact Registered Dietitian Julie Raway, MPH, RDN, CDN, SNS, FAND at jraway@btboces.org. In the subject of your e-mail, please list the school district that your child attends!
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