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February 2018

 

As I write this newsletter, I am amazed at how fast the time has flown this school year.  Before we know it Summer Break will be here.  Until that time comes, we continue to feed your children healthy meals.  

 

Reminder:  When sending a lunch with your child, make sure they have a drink.  If they need a milk from the cafeteria, please make sure there is money on their account or send money with them.

 

We continue to send out letters informing you if your child owe on their cafeteria accounts.  After 5 days of charging, the student will receive an alternative sack lunch.

Please use myschoolbucks.com to receive low balance alerts on your child’s account.

 

We are starting to send out low balance letters to parents.  This is to inform you that your child is running low on funds.  We hope this practice will help keep your students from having a negative balance.

 

Student Meal Prices:

Reduced:

Breakfast .....................$0.30

Lunch ..........................$0.40

Paid:

Breakfast .....................$1.00

Lunch .........................$2.20 (for PK-6th grade)

$2.30 (for 7th-12th grade)

 

 

A La Carte Menu:

Milk …………………………………………..$0.40

Small water bottle  ………...……………….$0.75

Large water bottle  ………...……………….$1.00



Joke of the Month:

Knock Knock!

Who’s there?

Lettuce.

Lettuce who?

Lettuce in, we’re freezing.




Tuna Apple Salad Sandwich

 

Ingredients:

1 apple (such as Fuji or Pink Lady Washington)

1 can 12-oz chunk light tuna (drained)

2 Tablespoons low-fat plain yogurt

2 Tablespoons reduced-fat mayonnaise

½ cup raisins (or chopped figs)

¼ cup chopped walnuts

⅛ teaspoon ground black pepper (optional)

8 leaves lettuce (Bibb, Romaine, green, or red leaf)

8 slices whole-grain bread

Preparation:

  1. Cut apple in quarters; remove core and chop.
  2. In a medium-sized bowl, mix all salad ingredients, except tuna.
  3. Gently fold in tuna.
  4. Make sandwiches, using lettuce and whole-grain bread (toasted, if desired), and fill with tuna apple salad.

Recipe courtesy of www.whatscooking.fns.usda.gov

Goliad ISD Child Nutrition Staff

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