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Kari Alvey
Food Service Manager
920-662-7702
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Melissa Mydlo

Asst. Food Service Manager

(920) 662-7811;

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Jill Stordeur

Food Service Secretary

(920) 662-7723;

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School Meal Forms

For more information about health and nutrition resources available to Wisconsin residents, go to www.access.wisconsin.gov.  ACCESS is an online portal that allows Wisconsin residents to check for eligibility and apply for federal nutrition and other benefit programs, including Food Share, Badger Care Plus, Medicaid, and Senior Care through the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) website. 

Click on the link below for more information about eligibility for free/reduced price meals and other state benefits available for assistance. 
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“In accordance with Federal law and US Dept of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.  To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Ave. SW, Washington, DC  20250-9410 or call toll free (866) 632-9992 (voice).  Individuals who are hearing impaired or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339 or (800) 845-6136. ”

 THE HOWARD-SUAMICO SCHOOL
FOOD SERVICE WELCOMES YOU


OUR VISION 

TO PROMOTE HEALTH AND WELLNESS BY PROVIDING
NUTRITIOUS, KID-FRIENDLY MEALS.

 

OUR MISSION

TO ENHANCE LEARNING AND EMPOWER STUDENTS TO MAKE HEALTHY
CHOICES BY OFFERING WHOLESOME, NUTRITIOUS FOODS IN
A PLEASANT, FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT.

The District offers a comprehensive food service program. Full preparation centers are located at seven of our eight sites, and Howard Elementary School is a satellite site served by Bay View’s Foodservice.  Breakfast and lunch are provided at all locations in accordance with National School Lunch and Breakfast Program standards. Additional a la carte options are available at Bay Port, Bay View, and Lineville, with an after-school snack line at Bay Port High School providing additional nourishment to those involved in extracurricular activities. The District also participates in the Elderly Nutrition Program allowing seniors to eat lunch at a discounted rate.

Nutritional Value of Menus

School meals provide 1/3 of the Recommended Dietary Allowances at lunch and 1/4 of the RDAs at breakfast. Menu and nutrition information is provided to assist with dietary planning (see links in the right margin for elementary menus and left margin for upper level meal components).

Computerized Meal Program

Each student has an individual meal account identified by the student’s district identification number. Payments must be made in advance via check or debit/credit card to provide account funds for mealtime purchases. Purchases are then deducted from the account balance. Negative balances are prohibited at the high school level and limited at the lower levels. Parents are asked to plan accordingly to ensure that a sufficient balance is available if a student plans to purchase meals at school. Free and reduced price meals are available for those in need of assistance.

 
Food Service Cashiers are available at each site to assist with account related questions:
 
Jennifer Brantner, 662-7244              *Sheila Moureau, 662-7899 VM
Bay Port Cashier    Forest Glen Cashier
jennbran@hssd.k12.wi.us   sheimour@hssd.k12.wi.us
     
 *Renee Hintz, 662-7984    *Patricia Bray, 662-5029
Bay View Cashier    Meadowbrook Cashier
 renehint@hssd.k12.wi.us   patrbray@hssd.k12.wi.us
     
 *Kim Paulson, 662-7730    , 662-9826
 Lineville Cashier    Suamico Cashier
 kimpaul@hssd.k12.wi.us    
     
 *Sheree Marto,  662-8851   *Kathy Lieburn, 662-9727
 Bay Harbor Cashier   Howard Cashier 
shermart@hssd.k12.wi.us   kathlieb@hssd.k12.wi.us

Free & Reduced Price Meals

Eligibility for this benefit is based on federal guidelines. Click on the “Free/Reduced Meals” link in the left margin for more information and a copy of the application form. Forms are also available in each school office. Households receiving FoodShare, FDPIR or W-2 cash benefits may be directly certified for benefits and will be notified in late August if benefits have been approved. All others must complete a new application to determine eligibility for the 2013-14 school year. Jill Stordeur, Asst. Food Service Secretary, is available from mid-August to mid-June at
(920) 662-7723 or jillstor@hssd.k12.wi.us if you need assistance or have questions.

Menu

Contest

Do you enjoy cooking and encouraging your child(ren) to help in the kitchen?  Here’s your chance to have some fun with rice and earn $15,000 for your family, $30,000 for your school cafeteria, and recognition for your efforts toward healthy eating.  Click on the link below for details.

 

http://bensbeginners.com/contest-description-and-rules.aspx

Pay for Lunch Online

MyLunchMoney.com is available as a quick and easy way to fund meal accounts for purchases. Additional features allow those enrolled to monitor account spending and set limits.
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Information

Breakfast is served daily

Milk

Hot Lunch Prices (Price Per Meal):

 

Grades K-4 $1.90
Grades 5-8 $2.10

Grades 9-12

$2.40
Adult $3.10
Child Visitor $2.25
Elderly Lunch (60+)            $2.25
Reduced meals $0.40
   
Milk Program 35¢ each
   
Breakfast  
Grades K-4 $1.25
Grades 5-12 $1.35
Reduce Price No Charge
Adult/Elderly $1.80

Our mission is to enhance learning and empower students to make healthy choices by providing wholesome, nutritious foods in a pleasant, friendly environment. 

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