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Welcome to the Food Services Department

Pam Mirenda Director of Food Services
 Penny Mackall Administrative Assistant

  Phone 847-464-6043        
 

Welcome to CCUSD 301 Food Service!

The 2014-15 School Year will bring many changes to the School Lunch Menu for the students of Central Community USD 301.  The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 has put in place new menu planning and nutrition standards which became effective July 1, 2014.

The major changes to the lunch menu starting on the first day of school, August 20, 2014 will be more fruits and vegetables and whole grains offered on the menus.  

  • The fruit portion size for K-8 students will be ½ cup each day and for 9-12 grade students will be 1 cup per day. 
  • The vegetable portion size for K-8 students will be ¾ cup per day and for 9-12 grade students will be 1 cup per day.  
  •  Pastas and breads must be made from at least 50% whole grains.

Other changes to the schools’ meals include:

  • Appropriate serving sizes are defined by grade groupings:  K-5, 6-8 and 9-12. 
  • The choices of milk include fat-free or low-fat milk.  Flavored milk, such as chocolate must be fat-free.
  • There are calorie minimums and maximums for each grade grouping.  This allows for lunch to account for approximately 1/3 of the recommended calories for each grade grouping.
  • A variety of vegetables must be offered.  A variety of different colors and types of vegetables must be offered over a week:  dark green, red/orange, beans/peas/legumes, starchy and other.

 

To boost the nutritional value of the CCUSD 301 school lunches, we offer plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables for color, texture, variety and fiber to the school lunch, also used are fruits which are frozen and canned in its own juice, hot vegetables are prepared using frozen vegetables that do not contain added fats, sugars and sodium; and canned vegetables labeled “no salt added”.

Throughout the school year, there will be new menu items added and less popular menu items deleted in order to offer students a lunch menu full of nutritional benefits and to pop with interest!

If you have any questions, please contact the Food Service Department @ 847-464-6043 or e-mail Pam Mirenda, Director of Food Services at pmirenda@burlington.k12.il.us

LUNCH INFORMATION LUNCH MENUS

Click on the icon above to set up your free account. Choose CCUSD 301.   If you need assistance setting up your account, click here for detailed instructions.  You will need your student's ID number to sign up for the account.  If you need help accessing that number, please contact your child's school.

*A convenience fee of $1.95 per transaction will be charged to your account.  To compensate for this fee we will add 1 FREE Value Meal to your child's account for deposits of $40 or more.  Deposits must result in a positive balance of $40 or more to receive Bonus meal.

Lunch Prices 

 

Grade School $2.50

Middle School $2.60

High School $2.65

Reduced Lunch $0.40

 

Milk $0.40

 

FREE & REDUCED LUNCH

Applications are available at the main office in all schools

OR

 Click below to view & print application

 

School Lunch Application

 

School Lunch Application - Spanish

Return completed application to your school office or mail to:

 

Central High School 

Attention: Food Service

 PO Box 68

Burlington, IL 60109

 

Negative Balance Policy

 

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT

 

THIS INSTITUTION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER.

 

 

 

DECEMBER 2014 LUNCH MENUS


CHS December Lunch Menu

PKMS December Lunch Menu

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CT December Lunch Menu

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NOVEMBER LUNCH MENUS

CHS November Lunch Menu

CMS November Lunch Menu

PKMS November Lunch Menu

CT November Lunch Menu

HBT November Lunch Menu

LL November Lunch Menu

PV November Lunch Menu

 

 

 

PV December Lunch Menu

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