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1 Status Report 2/14/2014St. Louis Public Schools1 Althea Albert-Santiago April 1, 2010

2 The school food service department promotes good health practices and provide a foundation for sound lifestyle habits through food service operations and nutrition education. Goals 1. School food services programs are implemented in accordance with USDA School Meal Program and Health and Wellness Policy. 2. The menus will reflect the Missouri Advanced Eat Smart Guidelines. 2/14/2014St. Louis Public Schools2

3 Category2008 – 2009 Oct.-May 2009 – 2010 Oct.-March Increase/Decrease Enrollment25,635 25,483(-152) Number of Applications Processed 21,719 24, ,688 Percentage of Applications Processed 85 % 96%+11% 2/14/2014St. Louis Public Schools – 2009 school year 85% of SLPS student enrollment had applications processed for participation in the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs 2009 – 2010 school year 96% of SLPS student enrollment had applications processed for participation in the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs : reflects 8 months of service : reflects 6 months of service

4 2/14/2014St. Louis Public Schools4 Category2008 – 2009 Oct.-May 2009 – 2010 Oct.-March Increase/Decrease Enrollment25,63525,483(-152) Free Eligible15,88621,653+5,573 Reduced Eligible 8241, Total Free and Reduced 16,71022,755+6,045 In accordance with Income, eligibility guidelines, students were determined to be eligible to participate in the National School Lunch Programs. Free and Reduced Lunch Eligibility 2008 – 2009: reflects 8 months of service 2009 – 2010: reflects 6 months of service

5 2/14/2014St. Louis Public Schools5 Category2008 – 2009 Oct.-May 2009 – 2010 Oct. -March Increase/Decrease Enrollment25,63525,483(-152) Breakfast Average Daily Participation 12,40411,622*(-782) Average Daily Breakfast Participation as a Percentage of Enrollment 48%46% (-2%) Lunch Average Daily Participation 19,25319, Average Daily Lunch Participation as a Percentage of Enrollment 75%76% +1% 2008 – 2009: reflects 8 months of service and 143 days of operation. *2009 – 2010: reflects 6 months of service which includes winter break, MLK, Furlough, 3 Snow Days, Spring break, and 105 operating days. Student Participation as a Percentage of Enrollment

6 Continue working with Nutrition Committee in analyzing menus. Link the cafeteria to the classroom through effective partnerships with school nutrition professionals and teachers. Conduct a bi-annual customer survey of students and principals. 2/14/2014St. Louis Public Schools6

7 Utilize Central VPA High School as a Production Kitchen to change six elementary schools pre packaged meals to heat and serve meals. Increase breakfast participation by providing breakfast in the classroom. 2/14/2014St. Louis Public Schools7


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