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Kathleen Britton's presentation to the Park City School District

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  • Currently all our menus K-12 are analyzed by the software program Nutrikids. This allows us to make sure that the children are feed a well balanced lunch. Kcal, fat, etc. Currently in the elementary schools the PE teachers incorporate nutrition in with the day to day lessons on healthy lifestyles
  • All Schools currently use only whole grain or whole wheat bread products. We offer variety of fresh fruits & vegetables a day rotating with what is seasonal
  • WE are now serving approx. 500 breakfast district wide. It has been very well received from both parents and children . We are able to offer free breakfast to all students at MPES since it is considered a Server Need school – in order to classified as this the school must have at least 50% or more on F/R lunch.
  • Elementary has had a steady increase in participation for breakfast McPolin being the most since we started FREE Breakfast for all. We have had a larger increase at the older grades schools
  • Elementary has had a steady increase in participation but in the last year it has become steady Gradual increase at the JR schools & High School
  • Lost $83,000 last school year Purchased new freezer & equipment at schools. Food cost started rising Current year food cost have sky rocketed. Expect a loss this year in food service Which is okay due to having fair amount in fund balance. Don’t anticipate raising prices for at least another year until fund balance is down half way. school year08/09 we ran a loss of $139,593 and in 09/10 we anticipating a loss of close to $100,000 which will bring the fund balance down to about $600,00 to start and then the next year down to $ approx. $360,000 after loss in revenue, increased food, labor and equipment depreciating.

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  • 1. “ Healthy Foods = Healthy Children” Park City School District Child Nutrition Services April 27, 2010
  • 2. Nutritionally Sound
    • Nutritional Awareness
    • Menu Analysis
  • 3. Healthy Changes
    • Whole Grain Goodness
    • - Brown Rice, Whole Wheat Breads, Whole Grain Pasta
    • Bright, Colorful Fruits & Vegetable
    • – Spinach, Kiwi, Melon, Fresh Broccoli &Cauliflower
    • 100% Fruit Juice offered daily
  • 4.
    • Now Serving Free Breakfast -McPolin
    • Most Important Meal of the Day !
    Breakfast !
    • Offering Breakfast at all Schools
  • 5. Student Breakfast Participation
  • 6.
    • Featuring ALL one can eat :
    • “ Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Bar”
    • Children can focus all day long with nutritionally balanced lunches
    Lunch !
  • 7. Student Lunch Participation Elementary Schools Jr. High & High School Sites
  • 8. P.C.S.D. Child Nutrition Menu’s Ranked Best in State !
      • Different types of whole grains offered daily
      • Variety of fresh fruit & vegetables offered daily
      • Dark green an orange vegetables are offered three times a week
      • Milk offerings include non & low fat varieties
      • Menu offers variety in foods, as well as texture and color
      • Encouraged to apply for the USDA Healthy Challenge.
  • 9. Applying for - Healthier Us School Challenge !
    • USDA’s Healthier US School Challenge (HUSSC)
    • Voluntary national certification program that recognizes excellence in nutrition and physical activity.
    • The challenge is designed to bring schools closer to compliance with the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM) recommendations for school meals and foods in schools.
    • The Challenge is also a key component of the recently announced First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move ! Initiative to raise a healthier generation of kids
  • 10. C.N.P. Finances
  • 11. Proposed Meal Prices
    • Actual 2009/10
    • Elementary – $1.50
    • Middle (6/7) - $1.75
    • Jr. High (8/9) - $2.00
    • PCHS (10/12) - $2.50
    • Adults - $3.00
    • Proposed 2010/11
    • Elementary – $1.75
    • Middle (6/7) - $2.00
    • Jr. High (8/9) - $2.25
    • PCHS (10/12) - $2.75
    • Adults - $3.50
  • 12. Average Cost/Meal (6months)
    • Revenues :
    • Students- $400,794.75
    • Federal Subsidized- $454,081.89
    • Total Meals Served - 282,742
    • Revenue/Meal = $3.02
    • Expenditures:
    • Salaries $327,098.33
    • Benefits $145,330.50
    • Labor/Meal = $1.67
    • Food $370,752.67
    • Supplies $49,371.58
    • Other $46,666.67
    • Food Cost/Meal = $1.65
    • Total Cost/Meal = $3.32
    Profit/Loss = ($0.30)
  • 13.
    • Key Factors for Price Increase:
    • Higher Labor Cost
    • Low Free/Reduced Popula tion
    • Lack of Increased Revenue Since 1997-98
    • To Maintain a High Quality program for the children of Park City School District
    • Be proactive in budget to avoid the program to incurred deficit earnings.
  • 14.