Menu Nutrition Information
Good nutrition is the cornerstone of good health, and Beavercreek Schools' Student Nutrition Department strives each and every day to offer a variety of healthy and appealing meal options to students at a reasonable price.
All meals are designed to meet standards established by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the National School Lunch Program, and contain age-appropriate serving sizes of lean meats, fruits, vegetables, whole grain breads and lowfat milk. These meals are nutrient-dense and meet USDA guidelines for calories, fats, sodium, lean proteins, whole grains, and a variety of fruits and vegetables.
The cycle menu follows guidelines of the Whole Grains Council, the Fruits & Veggies/More Matters organization, the American Dairy Association, and the USDA's MyPlate.gov program.
A la Carte Options
A la carte foods and beverages follow the guidelines of the USDA Smart Snack regulation.
The following items may be helpful for menu planning purposes:
Special Dietary Information:
Please contact the Student Nutrition Department at 458-2446 with questions about menu-related nutrition information.
Food Allergy Issues
If your student has food allergy issues, Connie Little, Beavercreek Schools' Student Nutrition supervisor, will be happy to help you. Please contact her at 458-2445 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.