BACK TO SCHOOL 2022-2023: School Nutrition News
Hello BCS Families! Below you will find useful information regarding your student's meals, breakfast and lunch menus, and meal accounts.
1. Breakfast and Lunch meals are FREE for all Butler County students! For students to receive a free breakfast and lunch, he/she must take a full, complete meal. This is made possible through the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP). Please encourage your student to eat for free with us everyday in order to us to sustain this program!
2. It is important for the Educational Benefits Form to be completed in order to keep CEP and other district-funded programs. You will receive this form in the student enrollment packet. Only one form per household needs to be filled out. If you do not want to provide your financial information, simply check the box declining to provide income, sign and return.
3. Seasonal menus (Fall, Winter and Spring) are posted on the BCS website and will be sent home with elementary and middle school students.
4. Students must have money in-hand or in his/her meal account to purchase any ala carte items. No charging will be allowed to purchase extra items (ice cream, Dippin’ Dots, cookies, drinks, etc).
5. Money can be deposited into your student’s meal account for ala carte items in several ways:
MySchoolBucks, www.myschoolbucks.com, an online prepayment system is convenient and secure. Signing up for this allows you to track how your student spends their money and to receive emails when his/her account gets low.
You may also send cash or a check to school with your child. If you choose to send a check, make it payable to Butler County School Nutrition and include your child’s first and last name. If you choose to send cash please put it in an envelope marked with your student's name and ID number. Remember cash can be easier to misplace and harder to track.
6. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Kaitlin Harrison, Nutrition Director, at 270-526-5624 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have a Great School Year, Kaitlin Harrison, RD, LD
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