Wildcat Food Services and The Halifax Area School District recognizes that proper nutrition is essential for the social, emotional, physical, and educational needs of our students. Our goal is to provide a nutritional, well balanced breakfast and lunch for every student. Within this site you will find information to help you understand what the Wildcat food services will offer you and your child throughout their educational experience. **For the 2018-19 school year the lunches that are served in the High School and Middle Schools will cost $2.50 per meal and the Elementary Schools cost is $2.30 per meal, milk price is $.60. We also serve breakfast for $1.50 per meal.
*** Juice 100 is now being offered in the Middle School and High School Cafeteria. One serving of the Juice 100 slushie is included with lunch service. The 4oz serving is equivalent to a 1/2 cup serving of fruit. Nutritional guidelines require a complete meal to include a 1/2 cup serving of a fruit or vegetables every day. Juice 100 is an exciting new way to meet the required nutritional standards. Additionally, Juice 100 meets the USDA Smart Snacks for schools requirements. For additional information click Juice 100
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On June 27, 2013 the USDA announced the Smart Snacks in School
interim regulation. It is effective July 1, 2014. This regulation establishes nutrition standards for all foods sold to students at school outside of the federally reimbursable meals served through the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs. Side items, snack foods, beverages, and any entrées not served as part of a reimbursable meal will need to comply with the nutrition standards, including calorie, fat, sugar and sodium limits, in order to be sold to students in school.
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