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J OHNSTON C OMMUNITY S CHOOL D ISTRICT 2012-2013 N UTRITION S ERVICES Y EARLY R EVIEW LaRae Doll Director Nutrition Services.

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1 J OHNSTON C OMMUNITY S CHOOL D ISTRICT N UTRITION S ERVICES Y EARLY R EVIEW LaRae Doll Director Nutrition Services

2 JCSD C HILD N UTRITION PROGRAM Student meals planned using federal guidelines set by the UDSA. Each meal, when averaged over a week, provides students with 1/3 of the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for lunch (1/3 of RDA for the average 6-10 year old child = 667 calories.) ¼ of the RDA for breakfast, according to the current Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Meals are set-up as offer vs. served which means the student must select at least 3 and no more than 5 of the meal components offered. (Side orders of any components may be purchased “Ala Carte” for an additional charge.)

3 N UTRITION S ERVICES P ROVIDED K – 12 student & adult breakfast and lunch meals Preschool snacks and supplies KTC / SAS breakfast, snack and supplies Student athletics/activity catering Swimmers breakfasts Group banquets Football dinners and press box catering Administration catering Heartland AEA catering Classroom visits and student planned menus Student taste tests Special planned menus for students with allergies Nutritional data posted for menu items

4 86,283 B REAKFAST M EALS S ERVED BUILDINGTotal Meals Beaver Creek16,416 Horizon15,362 Lawson16,633 Wallace6,226 Timber Ridge10,269 Summit4,126 Middle School8,509 High School8,742 Dist rict Totals 86,283

5 B REAKFAST M EALS C OMPARISON BUILDING Breakfast Meals Breakfast Meals Beaver Creek17,34916,416 Horizon13,29915,362 Lawson13,43316,633 Wallace7,2416,226 Timber Ridge9,93810,269 Summit3,8564,126 Middle School7,1028,509 High School11,9448,742 Dist rict Totals 84,16286,283

6 735,491 L UNCH MEALS SERVED BUILDINGTotal Meals Beaver Creek93,975 Horizon91,222 Lawson67,554 Wallace51,318 Timber Ridge60,820 Summit136,725 Middle School118,968 High School114,909 District Totals735,491

7 L UNCH M EALS C OMPARISON BUILDING Lunch Meals Lunch Meals Beaver Creek94,14393,975 Horizon88,23091,222 Lawson58,97067,554 Wallace58,91151,318 Timber Ridge66,18360,820 Summit142,628136,725 Middle School100,379118,968 High School126,832114,909 District Totals736,276735,491

8 A LA C ARTE S ALES BUILDING Ala Carte Sales Beaver Creek10,594 Horizon5,837 Lawson3,052 Wallace4,891 Timber Ridge4,080 Summit131,456 Middle School187,041 High School315,110 Dist rict Totals $662,061

9 A LA C ARTE S ALES C OMPARISON BUILDING Ala Carte Sales Ala Carte Sales Beaver Creek15,18610,594 Horizon12,0495,837 Lawson3,8133,052 Wallace7,2604,891 Timber Ridge9,5214,080 Summit131,081131,456 Middle School245,033187,041 High School287,318315,110 Dist rict Totals$ 711,264 $662,061

10 D ISTRICT P ARTICIPATION (I NCLUDING A LA CARTE SALES )

11 F REE OR R EDUCED PRICED MEALS S TATISTICS fy2010fy2011fy2012fy2013 HS12.6%14.6%16.5%15.0% MS13.8%15.6%15.7%17.0% SUM15.7%17.4%15.8%18.0% BC13.5%15.5%15.7%14.4% Hor10.2%13.7%12.8%13.6% TR15.8%18.7%17.6%20.5% Law22.6%22.8%23.8%30.8% Wal14.5%19.1%16.7%14.6% Total14.4%16.6%16.4%17.9% Number of students who Qualified for F/R priced meals May May May May

12 F REE AND R EDUCED P RICED M EALS H ISTORICAL D ATA

13 B ALANCE S HEET FY03-FY13

14 R EVENUE /E XPENSE FY03-FY13

15 R EV /E XPENSE /F UND B AL FY03-FY13

16 G OALS FOR ? Manage program compliance with the 2010 Healthy Hunger Free Act Implement New Federal Standards in the National School Breakfast Program Learn about changes for with all foods sold in school buildings – very similar to Iowa Healthy Kids Act. Find healthy foods that students will love Plan for future kitchen and equipment needs

17 Breakfast Meal Pattern Lunch Meal Pattern Grades K-5 a Grades 6-8 a Grades 9-12 a Grades K-5 Grades 6-8 Grades 9-12 Meal Pattern Amount of Food b Per Week (Minimum Per Day) Fruits (cups) c,d 5 (1) e 5 (1) e 5 (1) e 2½ (½) 2½ (½) 5 (1) Vegetables (cups) c,d ¾ (¾) 3¾ (¾) 5 (1) Dark green f ½ ½ ½ Red/Orange f ¾ ¾ 1¼ Beans/Peas (Legumes) f ½ ½ ½ Starchy f ½ ½ ½ Other f,g ½ ½ ¾ Additional Veg ½ Grains (oz eq) i 7-10 (1) j 8-10 (1) j 9-10 (1) j 8-9 (1) 8-10 (1) (2) Meats/M (oz eq) 0 k 0 k 0 k 8-10 (1) 9-10 (1) (2) Fluid milk (cups) l 5 (1) 5 (1) 5 (1) 5 (1) 5 (1) 5 (1) Other Specifications: Daily Amount Based on the Average for a 5-Day Week Min-max kcal m,n,o Sat fat (% of total cals) n,o < 10 < 10 < 10 < 10 < 10 < 10 Sodium (mg) n, p < 430 < 470 < 500 < 640 < 710 < 740 Trans fat n,o Nutrition label or manufacturer specifications must indicate zero grams of trans fat per serving.

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