LNSD BREAKFAST PROGRAM

LNSD cafeterias use the Enhanced Food Based Menu Planning, following the requirements for grade K-12 students. Meal patterns consist of: milk-8 oz, juice/fruit/vegetables-1/2c, grains/bread-1serving, meat/meat alternate-1 oz. OVS allows all students participating in the breakfast program be required to take three food items from the four food component offered during breakfast. Students have a choice of: 4-6 hot items, 2-3 kinds of cold cereal, 3 different choices of fat content on dairy products, 3-4 kinds of 100% juice. Graham crackers, 1oz peanut butter, 1oz cheese or 1oz cream cheese are offered on as needed basis. Hot foods are: Mini cheeseburgers, pancakes on stix, breakfast burritos, english muffins w/turkey ham/cheese, mozzarella. cheese quesadillas, french toast, bkt. wheat bun, pancakes, bagel w/ cream cheese, sausage roll, scrambled egg w/toast, Poptart, sausage patties w/toast, and others. Cold Cereals are: Raisin Bran, Toasted O's, Rice Krispies, Honey Nut Cheerios, 100% juices are: apple, orange, grape, and pineapple. Dairy products are: homogenized milk, 1% milk, non-fat chocolate milk, low-fat strawberry splash.

LNSD LUNCH PROGRAM

LNSD cafeterias use the Enchanced Food Based Menu Planning and focus on the requirements for grade K-6 & 7-12 students. Meal patterns consist of: milk-8 oz, meat/meat alternative-2 oz, Grains/bread-12-15 per week, vegetables-3/4 cup/week, fruits-1/2 cup/week. OVS allows all students participating in the lunch program be required to take three food items from the five food components offered during lunch. Students have a choice of: 2-3 main dishes are offered at the same time, if possible at the serving counter. All other food components are placed on the #25 food trays. Fresh fruit and fresh salad are offered almost everyday. Students order salad for lunch during breakfast time. Dairy products are: homogenized milk, 1% milk and non-fat chocolate milk

LNSD AFTER SCHOOL SNACK

Teachers with after school activities submit After School Snack Forms to the cafeteria. Snack meal patterns consist of: Milk-8oz, vegetable/fruits-3/4c, grains/breads-1 serving, and meat/meat alternative-1oz. Reimbursable snacks consist of two servings of two different food components. Cafeterias cannot provide snack without the State approved forms.

Nutrition information of food served at LNSD cafeterias and standard recipes are on file in the Food Services Department of the District office. USDA recipes, Food Buying Guide for Child Nutrition Program, Menu Planner for Healthy School Meals are some of the references used to plan monthly menus.