Breakfast menus

Elementary schools

Monday, Dec. 19-French toast, applesauce cups, 100 percent fruit juice, and a variety of milk.

Tuesday, Dec 20-Miniature breakfast biscuit, chilled diced peaches, 100 percent apple juice, and a variety of milk.

Wednesday, Dec. 21-Pancake on a stick, ripe banana, 100 percent orange juice, and a variety of milk.

Thursday, Dec. 22-No school due to winter break.

Friday, Dec. 23-No school due to winter break.

Middle Schools

Monday, Dec. 19-Egg and cheese muffin, bagel with cream cheese, pancake on a stick, juicy orange, cinnamon apple slices, 100 percent apple juice, and a variety of milk.

Tuesday, Dec. 20-Egg and cheese muffin, miniature warm cinnamon roll, raised donut, string cheese, diced peaches, 100 percent orange juice, and a variety of milk.

Wednesday, Dec. 21-Ham, egg and cheese muffin, waffles with syrup cup, warm cherry frudel, ripe banana, diced pears, 100 percent fruit juice, and a variety of milk.

Thursday, Dec. 22- No school due to winter break.

Friday, Dec. 23- No school due to winter break.

High Schools

Monday, Dec. 19-Egg and cheese muffin, bagel with cream cheese, pancake on a stick, string cheese, juicy orange, cinnamon apple slices, 100 percent apple juice, and a variety of milk.

Tuesday, Dec. 20- Egg and cheese muffin, miniature warm cinnamon roll, raised donut, diced peaches, 100 percent orange juice, and a variety of milk.

Wednesday, Dec. 21-Ham, egg and cheese muffin, waffles with syrup cup, warm cherry frudel, string cheese, ripe banana, diced pears, 100 percent fruit juice, and a variety of milk.

Thursday, Dec. 22-No school due to winter break.

Friday, Dec. 23-No school due to winter break.

STAR – Regional Office of Education

Monday, Dec. 19-Egg and cheese bagel, juicy orange, and 100 percent orange juice.

Tuesday, Dec. 20-Froot Loops bowl, string cheese, applesauce cup, and 100 fruit punch.

Wednesday, Dec. 21-Warm cherry frudel, ripe banana, and 100 percent apple juice.

Thursday, Dec. 22-No school due to winter break.

Friday, Dec. 23-No school due to winter break.

Washington Academy

Monday, Dec. 19-French toast, applesauce cups, 100 percent fruit juice, and a variety of milk.

Tuesday, Dec. 20-Miniature breakfast biscuit, chilled diced peaches, 100 percent apple juice, and a variety of milk.

Wednesday, Dec. 21-Pancake on a stick, ripe banana, 100 percent orange juice, and a variety of milk.

Thursday, Dec. 22-No school due to winter break.

Friday, Dec. 23-No school due to winter break.

Lunch menus

Elementary schools

Monday, Dec. 19-Twisted hot dog, hamburger, hot turkey and cheese sandwich, steamed green beans, crispy romaine, baby carrots, 100 percent orange juice, diced pears, and a variety of milk.

Tuesday, Dec. 20-Spaghetti with meat sauce, sweet and sour chicken, chef salad with dinner roll, steamed peas, baby carrots, cucumber slices, diced pears, 100 percent fruit punch, and a variety of milk.

Wednesday, Dec. 21-Chicken drumstick, beef nachos, all American sub, steamed broccoli, crispy romaine, celery sticks, ripe banana, 100 percent apple juice, and a variety of milk.

Thursday, Dec. 22-No school due to winter break.

Friday, Dec. 23-No school due to winter break.

Offered daily are romaine lettuce greens, a choice of fruit and vegetable, juice, or a variety of milk.  

Middle Schools

Monday, Dec. 19-BBQ chicken sandwich, spaghetti and meat sauce, cheesy breadsticks, jalapeno cheeseburger, baked tater tots, and steamed green beans.

Tuesday, Dec. 20-General Tso rice bowl, beef nachos, waffles with syrup cup, baked tater tots, steamed carrots, and steamed peas.

Wednesday, Dec. 21-Bahama burger, chicken drumstick, beef enchilada, jalapeno cheeseburger, sweet potato fries, and steamed broccoli.

Thursday, Dec. 22-No school due to winter break.

Friday, Dec. 23-No school due to winter break.

Each day there is a different fruit and veggie offered along with a variety of pizza, beef nachos, tater tots, crinkle cut fries, cheeseburgers, chicken patty sandwich, spicy chicken patty, deli sandwiches, salads, subs and wraps, and a variety of milk.

High Schools

Monday, Dec. 19-Jalapeno cheeseburger, cheesy breadsticks, spaghetti and meat sauce, giant beef soft taco, beef nachos, faked tater tots, and steamed broccoli.

Tuesday, Dec. 20-Cajun beef burger, waffles with syrup cup, pepperoni pizza on bun, General Tso rice bowl, beef burrito, red potatoes quartered, and steamed green peas.

Wednesday, Dec. 21-Chicken drumstick, spaghetti with sauce and cheese, Bahama burger, cheese quesadilla, baked tater tots, sweet potato fries, and refried beans.

Thursday, Dec. 22-No school due to winter break.

Friday, Dec. 23-No school due to winter break.

Each day there is a different fruit and veggie offered along with a variety of pizza, beef nachos, tater tots, crinkle cut fries, cheeseburgers, chicken patty sandwich, spicy chicken patty, deli sandwiches, salads, subs and wraps, and a variety of milk.

Camelot School

Monday, Dec. 19-Twisted hot dog, hamburger, hot turkey and cheese sandwich, steamed green beans, crispy romaine, baby carrots, 100 percent orange juice, diced pears, and a variety of milk.

Tuesday, Dec. 20-Spaghetti with meat sauce, sweet and sour chicken, chef salad with dinner roll, steamed peas, baby carrots, cucumber slices, diced pears, 100 percent fruit punch, and a variety of milk.

Wednesday, Dec. 21-Chicken drumstick, beef nachos, all American sub, steamed broccoli, crispy romaine, celery sticks, ripe banana, 100 apple juice, and a variety of milk.

Thursday, Dec 22-No school due to winter break.

Friday, Dec. 23-No school due to winter break.

Vegetable options and a choice of a juice or a variety of milk are available daily.  

STAR – Regional Office of Education

Monday, Dec. 19- Cheesy breadsticks with sauce, BBQ chicken sandwich, and a chef salad with a dinner roll.

Tuesday, Dec. 20- General Tso rice bowl, chicken patty sandwich, and a garden salad with a roll.

Wednesday, Dec. 21- Chicken patty sandwich, beef enchilada, chef salad with dinner roll, and a garden salad wrap.

Thursday, Dec. 22- No school due to winter break.

Friday, Dec. 23- No school due to winter break.

Each day there are choices of vegetables and fruits to accompany the entre along with tater tots, juice, and a variety of milk.

Immanuel Lutheran

Monday, Dec. 19-Twisted hot dog, hamburger, hot turkey and cheese sandwich, steamed green beans, crispy romaine, baby carrots, 100 percent orange juice, diced pears, and a variety of milk.

Tuesday, Dec. 20-Spaghetti with meat sauce, sweet and sour chicken, chef salad with dinner roll, steamed peas, baby carrots, cucumber slices, diced pears, 100 percent fruit punch, and a variety of milk.

Wednesday, Dec. 21-Chicken drumstick, beef nachos, all American sub, steamed broccoli, crispy romaine, celery sticks, ripe banana, 100 percent apple juice, variety of milk.

Thursday, Dec. 22-No school due to winter break.

Friday, Dec. 23-No school due to winter break.

Each day there are also choices of vegetables and fruit to accompany the entre along with a choice of juice or a variety of milk.

Washington Academy

Monday, Dec. 19-Twisted hot dog, hamburger, hot turkey and cheese sandwich, steamed green beans, crispy romaine, baby carrots, 100 percent orange juice, diced pears, and a variety of milk.

Tuesday, Dec. 20-Spaghetti with meat sauce, sweet and sour chicken, chef salad with dinner roll, steamed peas, baby carrots, cucumber slices, diced pears, 100 percent fruit punch, and a variety of milk.

Wednesday, Dec. 21-Chicken drumstick, beef nachos, all American sub, steamed broccoli, crispy romaine, celery sticks, ripe banana, 100 percent apple juice, and a variety of milk.

Thursday, Dec. 22- No school due to winter break.

Friday, Dec. 23- No school due to winter break.

Each day there are also choices of vegetables and fruit to accompany the entre along with a choice of juice or a variety of milk.

About Food Services

Sodexo, the district’s food service provider, prepares breakfast and lunch for students in Belvidere District 100.

If you have any questions regarding items on the menu or your child’s account balance, please contact Sodexo Food Service out of Chicago. They can be contacted by phone at: (847) 786-0892 or by email at: info@fftchicago.com.

Meal Prices

The meal prices for the 2016-2017 school year are as follows:

Elementary Schools

Elementary school breakfasts cost $1.70 per day or $8.50 per week.

Elementary school lunches cost $2.50 per day or $12.50 per week.

Middle Schools

Middle school breakfasts cost $1.95 per day or $9.75 per week.

Middle school lunches cost $2.80 per day or $14 per week.

High Schools

High school breakfasts cost $2 per day or $10 per week.

High school lunches cost $2.95 per day or $14.75 per week.

Parents Note

Elementary and middle school students who do not have sufficient funds available to cover the cost of a hot lunch will be provided a lunch with the minimum number of items required for a maximum of five times for elementary school students and three times for secondary school students during the school year.

I.D. Cards

Each student in grades kindergarten through 5th grade is assigned an I.D. number and bar code.

Elementary cards are maintained in the classroom.

Middle school and high school students will enter their pin number in a key pad device to access their lunch account.

If a student does not know his or her pin number, cashiers can access an account by student name.

Food Service Accounts and Payments

Parents may request a statement of their child’s account at any time by contacting the Food Service Office located at their child’s building.

Payments should be sent with the student and marked “Attention: Food Service.”

When sending payments, please note the parent’s name, the student’s name, address, and telephone number.

Checks and money orders should be made payable to the Belvidere CUSD #100.

Payments also can be made online through mySchoolBucks. Please allow 24 to 36 hours of posting of all food service payments made online.

The Belvidere School District 100 food service program is state and federally funded.

Sodexo complies with the state and federal regulations.

In accordance with federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.

It is not the policy of Sodexo to extend credit for food items. Sufficient funds must be available when purchasing food items.

 Health consciousness

Belvidere District 100 provides healthy meals to students due to their care for students’ health and wellness.

Here are some tips for the month of December on how to be healthy:

Improving Fitness-It’s easier than you think

Regular physical activity helps improve your overall health and fitness and reduces your risk for many chronic diseases.

The CDC recommends that children and adolescents complete at least 60 minutes (one hour) or more of physical activity each day.

Fitting regular exercise into your daily schedule may seem difficult at first, but your child may already be meeting the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans. These guidelines are more flexible than ever, giving your family the freedom to reach your physical activity goals through different types and amounts of activities each week.

There are essentially three types of exercise your child should perform each week:

Aerobic Activity

This should make up most of your child’s 60 minutes each day and includes activities like brisk walking, running, swimming, cycling, skateboarding, and more.

Muscle Strengthening

Most children do not need a formal muscle-strengthening program such as weight-lifting because they naturally strengthen their muscles with activities such as gymnastics, tug of war, sit-ups, or climbing. As they progress into adolescents, this type of training may be incorporated into their team sports.

Bone Strengthening

There are activities that are weight bearing, such as running, hop scotch, skipping, and tennis. Swimming is not weight bearing.

How do I know if a child is exercising hard enough?

Some people exercise every day but wonder why they are not achieving their desired goals.

Too often it is because they are not working out at the right intensity level or not exerting enough effort.

For most people, aerobic activity should be performed at a moderate-intensity to achieve improved fitness.

To help better gauge your child’s level of intensity, consider these guidelines from the Center for Disease Control (CDC):

As a rule of thumb, on a scale of zero to 10, where sitting is a zero and the highest level of activity is a 10, moderate-intensity activity is a five or a six. When your child does moderate-intensity activity, his/her heart will beat faster than normal, and he/she will breathe harder than normal.

Vigorous-intensity activity is a level seven or eight. When your child does vigorous-intensity activity, his/her heart will beat much faster than normal, and he/she will breath much harder than normal.

Another way to judge intensity is to think about the activity your child is doing and compare it to the average child.

What amount of intensity would the average child use?

For example, when your child walks to school with friends each morning, he/she is probably doing moderate-intensity aerobic activity. While he/she is at school, when he/she runs or chases others playing tag during recess, he/she is probably doing vigorous-intensity activity.

For more information, go to www.cdc.gov/physicalactivity/everyone/guidelines/children.

 

 
 
 
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