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Food Allergies/Disabilities
In order to provide a safe environment for your child at school, we need a letter from your child's physician regarding his/her food disability. The letter should include the following:

*Child's allergy or food restriction
*Reaction caused by the allergy or food
*Food or foods to be omitted from the child's diet, and the food or choice of foods that must be substituted.

This letter will need to be updated and submitted each school year.

USDA regulations require substitutions or modification in school meals for children whose disabilities (or severe food allergies) restrict their diets. A child with a disability must be provided substitutions in foods when that need is supported by a statement signed by a licensed physician.

When a child has submitted a physician's letter, the information is entered into the computer. This enables the Food Service Director to plan an alternative lunch for those with allergies prior to the lunch period. It also alerts cafeteria workers to the need for an alternative food or lunch.

Many of the students with food allergies pack their lunches daily to avoid the problem of a reaction; however, should your child be purchasing his/her lunch in the cafeteria it is important that we have a letter on file, notifying us of a food allergy/disability.
 
2016-17 Lunch Prices
       
PreK - 8   $2.65
9 - 12      $2.80
Adults      $3.25
 
Lunch Charges
Charges are designed to cover a situation in which parents or students forget to provide or bring monies for lunch. Students who have forgotten or lost money may charge meals in the cafeteria. No ala-carte items are allowed to be charged. Students PreK-8 may charge up to 3 lunches, while students in grades 9-12 may charge 2 lunches. A verbal reminder is given to the student daily when his/her lunch account is low. Once your child has reached the charge limit, money must be sent in to pay the charges. An envelope or letter will be sent home with your child notifying you of the negative balance. At this point, your child will be provided an alternate meal of a peanut butter sandwich and milk until the account is paid in full. If you are experiencing financial difficulties or have any questions regarding your child's lunch account, please call 419-757-3231, ext. 1129.
Breakfast served daily FREE to all students K-12!!
We offer a variety of cereals, breakfast bars, muffins, fruit cups, juice and milk.
PLEASE encourage your child to eat breakfast at school. It's a great start to their day! 
2017 Summer Food Service Program
All Children ages 1-18 are eligible to receive FREE meals during the summer months at participating program sites. Individuals ages 19-21 who have been identified as having mental or physical disabilities and are following an IEP are also eligible for the FREE summer meals. For more information or to find a location near you, call 1-866-3HUNGRY.
 
 **Free breakfast will be available throughout the summer at McGuffey Church of Christ.
      Address: 203 Columbus Street, McGuffey, Ohio
      Hours:     9 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Please call the church for more information 419-757-5021 
510 South Courtright PO Box 305 St. McGuffey, Ohio 45859      P 419.757.3231     F 419.757.0135
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