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What's Cooking for April

 

Future Chefs

Congratulations to Juliana Reese from Fishing Creek, our 2018 Future Chefs Culinary Competition Champion!  Kudos are also extended to our second place winner from Newberry, Rayden Suchonick; our third place finisher from Rossmoyne, Henry Buchanan; and all our finalists. Thank you to our kitchen volunteers as well as Emma Dice (2016 Champion), Logan Kolaric (2017 Champions), Mrs. Judy Crocenzi (WSSD Board President), Mr. Steve Knight (CBS21), Mr. Brian Maneely (WSF Executive Director), and Mrs. Mindy Stuck (WSSD Director of Business Affairs for serving as our judges.

 

Food Services continues to bring back monthly favorites with new variety.  This month’s menu features include:  


New Menu Items for April 

  • Bacon Grilled Cheese with Tomato Soup (April 3)
  • Broccoli Slaw (April 4)
  • Triple Berry Mini French Toast (April 6 breakfast)
  • Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Bar (April 11 breakfast)
  • Cheesey BBQ Chicken Loaded Tater Tots (April 19)
  • Bacon Cheeseburger (On Fridays at the middle school Honor Roll and the high school Grill)
  • Nachos and Cheese offered every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at the high school Fast Takes

Returning Menu Features 


Lucky Tray Day (elementary schools)
April 18- Buy lunch and look for the tray with the special sticker to find who gets the prize.

 

Chef Adam

(Allen and Cedar Cliff)

April 10 - Cedar Cliff High School - Sushi Bar 

April 24 - Allen Middle School - Build Your Own Nacho Station

Brunch for Lunch
April 23 – Cheesy Omelet with Sausage and Bagel

Regular Menu Items

April 5 – Walking Nachos
April6 – Twin Nittany Lion Franks (secondary schools)
April 9 – Triple Dippers (secondary schools)
April 12 - Mom’s Popcorn Chicken (elementary schools)

April 13 - Beef Soft Taco
April 24 - Mom’s Popcorn Chicken Bowl (secondary schools)

April 26 - Nachos Supreme 

Street Eatz (high schools)
April 3- 6 - Spud Street 

April 9-13 - Burger Bar
April 16-20 - Main Street Tacos 

April 23-27 - Nittany Lion Twin Hotdog Cart 
April 30-May 4
- Sunset Strips

Bento Boxes (elementary schools)
April 16 -20 Crazy Cheese Cube and Pretzel Bites Bento Box

 

Free and Reduced Meals
If your family had a change in economic status or you missed turning in an application for free and reduced priced meals, it is not too late to submit an application for the rest of the year.  Just download an
application and submit it to the Food Services office.  Students whose families qualify for this support are able to get breakfast and lunch every day at little or no cost to their family or the District.  Participating in the Free and Reduced Meal programs actually helps the Food Service program and may help the District receive increased Title I funding in future years.


Students of families who qualify are able to eat a free/reduced breakfast and lunch every day. New applications are always accepted. Once approved, eligibility remains in place for the remainder of the school year.

 

The West Shore School District is an equal opportunity provider and Food Services Department is always looking to add new staff members to our substitute food service roster.  For more information about working for food services, please contact Mrs. Shaffer or Dr. Argot at 717-938-9577.

 

 

 

  

 

  

Meal Prices

The Board approved the following meal prices for the 2017-2018 school year.  

Elementary Breakfast - $1.60
Secondary Breakfast - $1.60
Reduced Price Breakfast - $0.30
Adult Breakfast - $2.10

Elementary Lunch - $2.65
Secondary Lunch - $2.75 and $3.10
Reduced Price Lunch - $0.40
Adult Lunch - $3.85 and $4.15

A La Carte Items 

All students, regardless of whether or not they purchase a meal, are able to buy a la carte items if they have the needed funds available in their meal account. Items are compliant with the Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act and Smart Snacks in School regulations.

Click here to view a partial listing of a la carte items available at the elementary, middle, and high schools. Availability of a la carte items may change throughout the year and differ with the age level of the students in each school. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Food Services Department at the Administration Center, 938-9577.

Breakfast Following a Two-Hour Delay

In the event of a two-hour delay, the middle and high schools will offer a modified breakfast menu; however, due to time constraints, breakfast will not be served at the elementary level. 

Nutritional information
Nutrition information on the food served and sold in the cafeterias can be found on Sodexo's website. Click here to view information on serving size, calories, fat, cholesterol, protein, carbohydrates, sodium, and sugars.
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