Food & Nutrition Services
Food & Nutrition Services’ Proactive Response To The Nationwide Epidemic Concerning “Lunch Shaming”
- No food will be removed from a child’s lunch tray unless a parent/guardian sends specific instructions in an e-mail to either email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org requesting a message be applied to their child’s account stating “no extras”, “no ala carte”, etc.
- Additional items purchased will be charged to the student’s account.
- "Low Balance" notifications are sent to parent/guardian's e-mail of record with the district everyday their student's account balance falls below $5.00. Parents/guardians have the ability to toggle on and off the "low balance" notifications in Skyward Family Access.
- All negative account balances are the parent/guardian's responsibility to bring accounts up to at least a "$0.00" balance by the end of the school year.
Our Taco Meat is made with chicken to help comply with the USDA guidelines for sodium content
SUBSTITUTE HELP NEEDED
Looking for occasional work that has the same hours as your children and requires no evenings or week-ends?
If you are interested in subbing in the school cafeterias, apply online at:or contact:Rod StewartDirector of Food & Nutrition Servicesrstewart@norwinsd.org or 724.861.3038Mission Statement:As a partner in the education process, it is our commitment to provide safe, quality meals that reflect a high nutritional standard, while providing excellent customer service in a warm, friendly environment.
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