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Hot Lunch Program

WAUWATOSA CATHOLIC SCHOOL - HOT LUNCH PROGRAM

PROVIDED BY:  MILWAUKEE CENTER FOR INDEPENDENCE

MISSION:  MCFI provides nutrition and wellness education to all community partner schools to supplement each school’s own efforts.

FOOD:  MCFI provides familiar foods made healthy and fresh to over 90 community partner schools, daycares, and other programs. Their team proudly prepares, delivers, and serves over 20,000 meals per day.

They carefully design menus that teach students about balanced nutrition. Food items are purposefully selected and developed that are appealing to children while meeting and exceeding the nutrient standards set forth by the USDA and the Department of Public Instruction.

 

HORTICULTURE AND WELLNESS:  The MCFI nutrition team recognizes that the intellectual, social, emotional and physical development of each child is enhanced by safe and nutritious food.

MCFI is committed to promoting and protecting healthy school environments through ensuring that everyone they serve has access to safe, nutritious and appealing food option.

 

HOT LUNCH COST::  The cost per lunch is $3.75 and includes milk.  You may also purchase milk only for $.50.  Parents are notified via our newsletter when the Hot lunch menu is available for the following month.  Parents can then go into Option C and choose Hot lunch for the day(s) that they want hot lunch for their child(ren).  Hot lunch choices for the following month must be made by the 28th of the previous month.  After the 28th, please notify the school office for any changes to Hot Lunch choices.  Checks for Hot lunch or milk should be made out to Wauwatosa Catholic School and sent to the school office.

 

Restaurant meals from fast food vendors are not allowed.  Soda is also not allowed.

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