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Important Update from NREVSD Food Services 2021-2022

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has extended the waiver for all US Child Nutrition (CN) Programs to operate under the Seamless Summer Option (SSO) Program for the 2021-2022 school year. This means all students will continue to receive free meals this school year. Meals at no charge are only for a student’s first meal. Students have the option of purchasing a second meal. The price of a second meal for K-5 breakfast is $1.60 and lunch is $3.00. Second meal for 6-12 breakfast is $1.85 and lunch is $3.25. Please note that this program is only available to students. Members of district staff will continue to pay the same meal price as they have in the past.


Free/Reduced meal applications are NOT required to be completed this school year. 


The applications will be available online and at the front desk in each building. Students who were approved for free or reduced meals in 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 will carry over their meal status into the 2021-2022 school year, as per USDA approval. The meal applications will only need to be completed by the following:

  1. New students;

  2. New foster students;

  3. New kindergarteners;

  4. New preschool students;

  5. Households where income has changed. 

  6. In order to be eligible for any possible future P-EBT funds, you WILL need to fill out a Free/Reduced meal application.


***School Fee waivers will be determined this year by the Household Information Survey that is located on this web page or by following this link: https://www.nrschools.org/Downloads/Household%20Information%20Survey.pdf 



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News & Information

 

 
Dear Parent, Guardian: 

Your child’s school day just got healthier! School lunches now include more fruits, vegetables, and whole grain-rich foods; only fat-free or low-fat milk; “right-size” meals with portions designed for a child’s age; and less saturated fat, trans fat and sodium.  The changes in school meals, the first in 15 years, are based on the latest nutritional guidelines. 

Here are some important facts about the new school meals:

  • The new school lunch provides 1/3 of the average daily calorie needs for kids by age.
  • Some highly active students, like athletes, may need more calories. Some schools may offer second helpings of fruits and vegetables.  A second carton of milk may also be an option. Schools can also operate after-school snack and supper programs.  Students and/or sports teams can also bring food from home.
  • In practice, many students are being served the same amounts of protein as before under the new standards.

Your child can learn good habits for life by making healthy food choices and getting proper exercise now. This year is a transition year as schools implement these new standards and work together with parents, to ensure that every child, in every community across America, has access to healthy and nutritious meals.  Encourage them to try new foods and eat the healthy food offered.  Reinforce healthy eating by offering similar new foods at home.

Keep updated on the changes at www.fns.usda.gov/healthierschoolday.

Regards

Brenda Young - Food Service Director 

Free and Reduced Meals

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