We will be posting a fluid menu to inform you of the basic items to be offered for the school year once we return to in-person instruction. Updates will post seasonally as we evaluate items to work into our menu in compliance with state and federal regulations. We, of course, follow the guidelines for the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) as well as the School Breakfast Program (SBP) and the at risk Dinner and Snack Program (CACFP).
For more information contact Carrie McCrary.
Thank you in advance for that paperwork. As you know records are very important and your information is kept confidential. All parents are asked to fill out the Eating and Feeding Evaluation: Children with Special Needs form for Food Service Files. We are required by law to have a signed doctor's statement each year for special diets. This is the family's documentation to ensure your student is getting the foods needed as well as documentation for Food Service in order to supply needed items that may be obtained through vendors to feed our students.. These records are required by state and federal government. Currently as you are aware Kentucky School for the Blind is CEP (Community Eligibility Provision) status. The cost of meals for all students are covered by the above mentioned programs therefore we strive to ensure we are doing our part to meet the guidelines of the programs while still staying in constant contact with the clients we serve. We will do all that we can without compromising our allegiance to the parameters to the programs.
Households with questions on the any updates may contact Carrie McCrary.
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