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Lunch Calendar

We are so excited to Initiate Our Farm to School Grant and introduce the students to new fresh produce. Our first "Taste Test" will begin next week and the Harvest of the Month is ASPARAGUS. Please click here to see the benefits of this locally grown crop.

Our Farm to School Coordinator, Bhavani Jaroff will be working with myself and the Food Service Staff during the lunch serving times. This is completely voluntary for students. The students who wish to taste the crop of the month will have an opportunity to visit our pop-up Farm Stand and taste the locally grown ASPARAGUS from Youngs Farms.

Below is the schedule for the tastings!!!!
Tuesday, May 28: Landing School
Wednesday, May 29: Deasy School
Thursday, May 30: Connolly School
Monday, June 3: High School and Gribbin School
Tuesday, June 4: Middle School

Menu for Wednesday, May 22 will be changed as per below for the following Schools:
Gribbin School : Grilled Chicken over a tossed green w/dressing
Dinner Roll

Landing School: Tacos w/meat, cheese, lettuce & tomato on a tortilla
Seasoned Rice

Deasy School: Changing from Pizza Sticks to Pizza Slice


May 2019 Menus



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School Lunch Program

Glen Cove CSD is part of the National School Lunch Program. Breakfast and Lunch is offered in all schools district wide. Meals are prepared in accordance with the United States Department of Agriculture regulations. New regulations have been set starting with the 2012-2013 School Year based on the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. These new guidelines support what we are working towards through our District Wellness Committee. Major School Meal Changes:
  • Students are required to take a serving of fruit and/or vegetable as part of the meal
  • Calorie minimums and maximums have been set for grade levels (K-5, 6-8, 9-12)
  • More variety in vegetables featuring dark green and red/orange varieties and beans/legumes.
  • Increase in our whole grain offerings
  • Plain low-fat or fat free milk or flavored fat-free milk options
  • Decrease in saturated fat and sodium.
  • 0 grams trans fat

We are proud that our district has already been in accordance with these requirements’ previous to the mandates. We continually look for new menu items to offer to enhance the program for our students.

Tuesday, May 21, 2019