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Hot Breakfast and Lunch Program

 

Current Parents:

Lunches

Each school day, your student(s) will be asked to choose which lunch they want for that day.  They can choose between Choice A, B, C, D or E.  Every lunch comes with a choice of two vegetables and one fruit.  The only difference in the lunches is the Main Item.

The Main Item for Choice A is constantly changing.  (Click here for the Choice A monthly menu.)
 
The Main Item for Choice B is always a sandwich.  The student can choose between PB&J and turkey or ham.
The Main Item for Choice C is always a salad.
The Main Item for Choice D is always cheese pizza.
 
The Main Item for Choice E will rotate as follows:
     Mondays:  Chicken Patty
     Tuesdays:  Cheeseburger
     Wednesdays:  Chicken Nuggets
     Thursdays:  Hot Dog on a Bun
     Fridays:  Pepperoni Pizza.

 

Milk is offered with every meal.

Fresh fruit is offered daily.

Lunch Prices:  $2 for full price student, 25¢ for reduced student.

 

Daily Breakfast Options are as follows:

Choose One Entree:

Daily Option (see menu here)

Assorted Cereals

Assorted Graham Crackers

Cereal Bars

Oatmeal Bar

Trix Yogurt w/Cheese

Hot Breakfast Sandwich

 

May Choose Two Fruits:

100% Juice Cup (4 oz) (Apple, Orange or Fruit Punch)

Fresh Fruit or Canned Fruit

 

Choose One Milk:

1% or Fat Free Milk (8 oz carton)

To be a complete breakfast, each student must take a minimum of three (3) items.

1/2 cup of fruit must be chosen with all meals.

 

Breakfast Prices:  $1 for full price student, 25¢ for reduced student

 

General Breakfast/Lunch Information

Due to the fact that Aramark, in conjunction with the North Tonawanda School District, provides our students' breakfasts and lunches, the Christian Academy of Western New York is required to participate in the National School Meal Program under the guidance of the USDA. Student lunch is planned to meet one-third of the Recommended Dietary Allowance for the dietary guidelines for the student's age group. Under these guidelines, Aramark must meet standards for calories, percentage of fat, protein, calcium, iron and vitamins A and C.
 
Aramark, guided by North Tonawanda district’s Wellness Policy, provides menus with increased quantities of vegetables/fruits and grains for our students. Students are offered a variety of milk choices, including fat-free, low fat, and flavored on a daily basis. Students are also offered a variety of meats/poultry, fresh fruits, vegetables and grains on a daily basis through our breakfast and lunch programs.

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In addition, we offer snacks and treats in our Snack Store as well.  Some prices are as low as 25 cents.