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Southeast Local Schools Food Services

Menus 
Click on the links below to see breakfast and lunch menus for each set of buildings. 

Pricing

ALL BREAKFAST AND LUNCH ARE FREE UNTIL THE END OF THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR.

Menu Prices are as follows starting 2022-2023 School Year.
  • PS-8th Grade Lunch Tray $2.75
  • 9th-12th Grade Lunch Tray $3.00
  • Adult Lunch $3.80 milk not included   
*Breakfast cost is $1.50 for all students and Adults that do not qualify for Free or Reduced price meals. Make checks out to Southeast Cafeteria.
*all lunches are offered choice of milk (1% white, FF chocolate and Lactaid)
*Chef salads and PBJ are offered daily at lunch.  Parfaits are offered daily at Middle and High School.
*extra milk costs $.50
*water $.50
Water refill station or water jugs and cups will be present in the cafeteria. Due to the Health Dept. rules no water fountains.

Reminder: 
Breakfast is offered at the Entire District Monday-Friday
Students that receive Free Lunch qualify for Free Breakfast
Students that receive Reduced price Lunch ($.40) qualify for Reduced price Breakfast ($.30)
This institution is an equal opportunity provider 

Meal Times

 

BreakfastMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
HS & MS7:15 - 7:307:15 - 7:307:15 - 7:307:15 - 7:307:15 - 7:30
Elementry8:35 - 9:008:35 - 9:008:35 - 9:008:35 - 9:008:35 - 9:00
LunchMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
PK10:50 - 11:2010:50 - 11:2010:50 - 11:2010:50 - 11:2010:50 - 11:20
K11:00 - 11:3011:00 - 11:3011:00 - 11:3011:00 - 11:3011:00 - 11:30
1st Grade11:10 - 11:4011:10 - 11:4011:10 - 11:4011:10 - 11:4011:10 - 11:40
2nd Grade11:30 - 12:0011:30 - 12:0011:30 - 12:0011:30 - 12:0011:30 - 12:00
3rd Grade11:40 - 12:1011:40 - 12:1011:40 - 12:1011:40 - 12:1011:40 - 12:10
4th Grade12:00 - 12:3012:00 - 12:3012:00 - 12:3012:00 - 12:3012:00 - 12:30
5th Grade12:10 - 12:4012:10 - 12:4012:10 - 12:4012:10 - 12:4012:10 - 12:40
Middle School A Lunch10:35 - 11:2110:35 - 11:2110:35 - 11:2110:35 - 11:2110:35 - 11:21
Middle School B Lunch11:26 - 12:0911:26 - 12:0911:26 - 12:0911:26 - 12:0911:26 - 12:09
High School A Lunch11:24 - 11:5511:24 - 11:5511:00 - 11:3011:00 - 11:3011:24 - 11:55
High School B Lunch12:08 - 12:3912:08 - 12:3911:40 - 12:1011:40 - 12:1012:08 - 12:39

Message

The low balance letters and calls are not in effect while we have free breakfast and free lunch.

Dear Parents:
Recently, the schools have had many students buying lunch when they have no money in their account. It is important to us to provide a lunch to your child when they run out of money.

1. A student will be allowed to charge a regular lunch up to two
times when their account is out of money.

2. If a student does not repay the money owed the child will receive a lunch.

3. We also send out low balance letters home with children PS - 5th  per parent request and will
give a courtesy call to all grades.

Please note: as a parent you have the option of placing a restriction on the account so that a child cannot purchase extras. (Please call food service at 330-654-1939).
This institution is an equal opportunity provider 

Allergy Notice

If your child has a life threatening allergy or disability related to food. You must obtain a medical note from a licensed physician that describes the child’s condition or allergy and prescribes a substitution. If not life threatening the Food Service Department will make every effort to accommodate for food allergies. Must submit in writing a note from either the parent or a medical authority that describes the child’s condition and that they are requesting a substitute.
 
Click the link below to download a copy of the allergy form. 

Free and Reduced

If your family has a financial hardship, or your income has changed, you are always welcome to apply for free or reduced price meals anytime during the school year. Applications are available in your school office or from the food service office.
 
Click the link below to download a copy of the Free and Reduced Application 

PayForIT

We now have payforit for on line lunch payments.  Please click on the link below for more information.

*This institution is an equal opportunity provider*

Safe, Nutritious School Meals

Regarding School Meals

Wellness 3.0

Our District's Scorecard
Congratulations! You have completed the WellSAT. Check out your scorecard below. It contains details of how you scored on each item and section of the assessment. It also provides resources that will help you improve your district’s school wellness policy.
 
 Items with a rating of “0” (item not addressed in the policy) or “1” (general or weak statement addressing the item) can be improved by referring to the resource links next to the items.  Multiple resources addressing school wellness policy topics are available online. To avoid duplicative information, we have included a small selection, rather than a comprehensive listing.
Policy Name: southeast local school
 
Section 1. Nutrition Education
Rating
NE1
 Includes goals for nutrition education that are designed to promote student wellness. 
1
NE2
Nutrition education teaches skills that are behavior focused, interactive, and/or participatory.
1
NE3
All elementary school students receive sequential and comprehensive nutrition education.
0
NE4
All middle school students receive sequential and comprehensive nutrition education.
1
NE5
All high school students receive sequential and comprehensive nutrition education.
1
NE6
Nutrition education is integrated into other subjects beyond health education
0
NE7
Links nutrition education with the school food environment.
0
NE8
 Nutrition education addresses agriculture and the food system.
0
Subtotal for
 Section 1
Comprehensiveness Score:
 Count the number of items rated as "1"or "2" and divide this number by 8. Multiply by 100. Do not count an item if the rating is "0."
50
Strength Score:
 Count the number of items rated as "2" and divide this number by 8. Multiply by 100.
0

 
 
Section 2. Standards for USDA Child Nutrition Programs and School Meals
Rating
SM1
 Assures compliance with USDA nutrition standards for reimbursable school meals.
2
SM2
Addresses access to the USDA School Breakfast Program.
2
SM3
 District takes steps to protect the privacy of students who qualify for free or reduced priced meals.
2
SM4
Addresses how to handle feeding children with unpaid meal balances without stigmatizing them.
2
SM5
Specifies how families are provided information about determining eligibility for free/reduced priced meals.
2
SM6
Specifies strategies to increase participation in school meal programs.
2
SM7
Addresses the amount of "seat time" students have to eat school meals.
2
SM8
 Free drinking water is available during meals.
2
SM9
 Ensures annual training for food and nutrition services staff in accordance with USDA Professional Standards.
1
SM10
 Addresses purchasing local foods for the school meals program. 
1
Subtotal for
 Section 2
Comprehensiveness Score:
 Count the number of items rated as "1"or "2" and divide this number by 10. Multiply by 100. Do not count an item if the rating is "0."
100
Strength Score:
 Count the number of items rated as "2" and divide this number by 10. Multiply by 100.
80

 
 
Section 3. Nutrition Standards for Competitive and Other Foods and Beverages
Rating
NS1
 Addresses compliance with USDA nutrition standards (commonly referred to as Smart Snacks) for all food and beverages sold to students during the school day.
2
NS2
USDA Smart Snack standards are easily accessed in the policy.
1
NS3
 Regulates food and beverages sold in a la carte.
2
NS4
 Regulates food and beverages sold in vending machines. 
2
NS5
 Regulates food and beverages sold in school stores. 
2
NS6
 Addresses fundraising with food to be consumed during the school day. 
2
NS7
Exemptions for infrequent school-sponsored fundraisers. 
2
NS8
Addresses foods and beverages containing caffeine at the high school level. 
1
NS9
 Regulates food and beverages served at class parties and other school celebrations in elementary schools.
1
NS10
Addresses nutrition standards for all foods and beverages served to students after the school day, including, before/after care on school grounds, clubs, and after school programming.
2
NS11
Addresses nutrition standards for all foods and beverages sold to students after the school day, including before/after care on school grounds, clubs, and after school programming.
2
NS12
Addresses food not being used as a reward.
1
NS13
Addresses availability of free drinking water throughout the school day.
1
Subtotal for
 Section 3
Comprehensiveness Score:
 Count the number of items rated as "1"or "2" and divide this number by 13. Multiply by 100. Do not count an item if the rating is "0."
100
Strength Score:
 Count the number of items rated as "2" and divide this number by 13. Multiply by 100.
62

 
 
Section 4. Physical Education and Physical Activity
Rating
PEPA1
 There is a written physical education curriculum for grades K-12.
2
PEPA2
The written physical education curriculum for each grade is aligned with national and/or state physical education standards.
2
PEPA3
Physical education promotes a physically active lifestyle.
1
PEPA4
Addresses time per week of physical education instruction for all elementary school students.
1
PEPA5
Addresses time per week of physical education instruction for all middle school students.
1
PEPA6
Addresses time per week of physical education instruction for all high school students.
1
PEPA7
Addresses qualifications for physical education teachers for grades K-12.
2
PEPA8
Addresses providing physical education training for physical education teachers.
1
PEPA9
Addresses physical education exemption requirements for all students.
2
PEPA10
Addresses physical education substitution for all students. 
2
PEPA11
 Addresses family and community engagement in physical activity opportunities at all schools.
1
PEPA12
 Addresses before and after school physical activity for all students including clubs, intramural, interscholastic opportunities.
1
PEPA13
Addresses recess for all elementary school students.
2
PEPA14
 Addresses physical activity breaks during school.
0
PEPA15
Joint or shared-use agreements for physical activity participation at all schools.
0
PEPA16
District addresses active transport (Safe Routes to School) for all K-12 students who live within walkable/bikeable distance.
0
Subtotal for
 Section 4
Comprehensiveness Score:
 Count the number of items rated as "1"or "2" and divide this number by 16. Multiply by 100. Do not count an item if the rating is "0."
81
Strength Score:
 Count the number of items rated as "2" and divide this number by 16. Multiply by 100.
38

 
 
Section 5. Wellness Promotion and Marketing
Rating
WPM1
Encourages staff to model healthy eating and physical activity behaviors.
0
WPM2
 Addresses strategies to support employee wellness.
1
WPM3
Addresses using physical activity as a reward.
0
WPM4
Addresses physical activity not being used as a punishment.
0
WPM5
Addresses physical activity not being withheld as a punishment.
0
WPM6
Specifies marketing to promote healthy food and beverage choices.
1
WPM7
 Restricts marketing on the school campus during the school day to only those foods and beverages that meet Smart Snacks standards.
2
WPM8
Specifically addresses marketing on school property and equipment (e.g., signs, scoreboards, sports equipment).
0
WPM9
Specifically addresses marketing on educational materials (e.g., curricula, textbooks, or other printed or electronic educational materials).
0
WPM10
Specifically addresses marketing where food is purchased (e.g., exteriors of vending machines, food and beverage cups and containers, food display racks, coolers, trash and recycling containers).
1
WPM11
Specifically addresses marketing in school publications and media (e.g., advertisements in school publications, school radio stations, in-school television, computer screen savers, school-sponsored Internet sites, and announcements on the public announcement (PA) system).
0
WPM12
Specifically addresses marketing through fundraisers and corporate-incentive programs (e.g., fundraising programs that encourage students and their families to sell, purchase, or consume products and corporate incentive programs that provide funds to schools in exchange for proof of purchases of company products, such as Box Tops for Education). 
1
Subtotal for
 Section 5
Comprehensiveness Score:
 Count the number of items rated as "1"or "2" and divide this number by 12. Multiply by 100. Do not count an item if the rating is "0."
42
Strength Score:
 Count the number of items rated as "2" and divide this number by 12. Multiply by 100.
8

 
 
Section 6. Implementation, Evaluation & Communication
Rating
IEC1
Addresses the establishment of an ongoing district wellness committee.
2
IEC2
 Addresses how all relevant stakeholders (parents, students, representatives of the school food authority, teachers of physical education, school health professionals, the school board, school administrator, and the general public) will participate in the development, implementation, and periodic review and update of the local wellness policy.
0
IEC3
 Identifies the officials responsible for the implementation and compliance of the local wellness policy. 
1
IEC4
 Addresses making the wellness policy available to the public. 
1
IEC5
 Addresses the assessment of district implementation of the local wellness policy at least once every three years.
1
IEC6
 Triennial assessment results will be made available to the public and will include:
0
IEC7
 Addresses a plan for updating policy based on results of the triennial assessment.
2
IEC8
Addresses the establishment of an ongoing school building level wellness committee.
1
Subtotal for
 Section 6
Comprehensiveness Score:
 Count the number of items rated as "1"or "2" and divide this number by 8. Multiply by 100. Do not count an item if the rating is "0."
75
Strength Score:
 Count the number of items rated as "2" and divide this number by 8. Multiply by 100.
25

 
 
Overall District Policy Score
Total Comprehensiveness
 Add the comprehensiveness scores for each of the six sections above and divide this number by 6.
District Score
 75
Total Strength
 Add the strength scores for each of the six sections above and divide this
 number by 6.
District Score
 36
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