Child Nutrition Services
Welcome to Child Nutrition Services
Join us for SUMMER LUNCH MEALS Available at the following locations:
June 24 - July 23 11:00 - 12:00 Monday – Friday
Ocala Middle School 2800 Ocala Ave
George Middle School 277 Mahoney Dr
Sheppard Middle School 480 Rough & Ready Rd
June 24 - July 25 11:30 - 12:30 Monday –Thursday
Lyndale Elementary 13901 Nordyke Dr
June 24 - July 30 11:00 - 12:00 Monday – Friday
Cureton Elementary 3720 East Hills Dr
Chavez Elementary 2000 Kammerer Ave
Hubbard Elementary 1680 Foley Ave
Ryan Elementary 1241 McGinness Dr
Arbuckle Elementary 1970 Cinderella Ln
*All sites will be closed on July 4th & 5th
Adults are welcome to eat for $3.90
JOIN US FOR BREAKFAST, LUNCH, AND SUPPER
DID YOU KNOW???
All Alum Rock Students will continue to receive breakfast and lunch meals at “no cost” for the school year 2019-2020 through the alternative program – Provision 2. Schools participating are: Adelante I, Adelante II, Aptitud, Arbuckle, Cassell, Chavez, Cureton, Dorsa, Fischer, Renaissance at Fischer, George, Hubbard, Linda Vista, LUCHA, Lyndale, Mathson, Renaissance at Mathson, McCollam, Meyer, Ocala, Painter, Russo/McEntee, Ryan, San Antonio, and Sheppard.
This program has been in place since 2004. Because we don’t collect or request income information, from families whose students attend Provision 2 schools, we are not able to confirm eligibility status for programs outside of the meal program. We are not able to provide parents with a letter stating that they qualify for “free” meals.
Alum Rock Child Nutrition Program sponsors the following schools for breakfast, lunch and supper meals:
- DCP and KIPP Prize will receive meals at no cost through Provision 2 program
- KIPP Heartwood is in the process of collecting meal applications to determine their students eligibility as free, reduced or paid meal prices and set its base year for Provision 2.
For students participating in an After-School program also receive a super snack supper meal at "no cost" through the Child and Adult Care Food Program.
Denisse B. Mendez
Albaelena M. Diaz Tamayo
IMPORTANCE OF BREAKFAST
As we all know breakfast is an important meal of the day, this meal enhances student learning. At Alum Rock we offer breakfast in different ways, before school, second chance or at brunch and even in the classroom.
Check out the Benefits Breakfast Provides your student:
- Higher Test Scores. Research has proven that children who eat breakfast have a higher math and reading scores.
- Fewer Trips to the School Nurse. When students eat breakfast, nurses report fewer hunger related office visits.
- Improved Classroom Behavior. Students are better able to pay attention in class when they have eaten. Principals confirm that they see fewer discipline problems when students have eaten breakfast.
-Better Learning. Students learn best when they have eaten a good breakfast.
Should you have any questions or just want to say "Hi", please reach out to us.
Feel free to visit our webpage for fun nutrition education, menus, and allergen information at: http://childnutrition.arusd.org
Child Nutrition Services Department