Breakfast is offered daily at all 4 schools within the corporation.High School starts serving at 7:30am $1.50Middle School starts serving at 7:15am $1.50Jane Ball & Lincoln start serving at 8:10am $1.25Tuesday, March 4 we celebrated Dr. Seuss' Birthday at Lincoln & Jane Ball.Amazing Green Eggs & Ham orHop on Pop Pancakes, Ham & SyrupHorse Hash Brown (potato stick)Baby CarrotsFruitBlue-Gelatin GooMoose Juice (milk)Follow us on Twitter @HCWildcatLunch for menu updates each evening. The menu comes to your phone each day!Tweets by @HCWildcatLunchHomemade soup.Tuesday, March 11 Cream of PotatoThursday, March 13 Chicken TortillaFriday, March 14 limited servingsAll staff, HS & MS students may purchase 1.25 cups of soup & 2 packages of crackers for $2.00Wednesday, April 30 will be the last day all students will be able to charge a combo meal. After May 1, students will not be able to purchase anything from the cafe with a negative balance. No meal charging of any type will be allowed after May 1. All negative balances need to be paid before the last day of school. Plan ahead, make sure your student has money in his account. The HCSC charging policy found here. Charging Policy2013-2014 Meal Assistance Applications and Instructions are now available on the Meal Assistance page from the menu on the left. They are also available in the Administration Building. Applications can take up to 10 days to be processed. You are responsible for any meal costs or charges during the processing time.Welcome to Hanover Central Nutrition Services
There are many questions about the School Lunch Program being offered here at the Hanover Community School Corporation. The United States Department Agriculture (USDA) has implemented many changes in our School’s Breakfast and Lunch Program. The Breakfast and Lunch Programs are federally funded programs and we have to follow their new Rules of Nutrition Standards.
There were many changes in the USDA School Breakfast and Lunch Program for the School year 2012-2013. Portions were a major change with the new requirements. The main entrée sizes decreased for the Elementary and Middle Schools and the High School will be staying the same, but we have added many new options at each school. At this time the portions for fruit and vegetable servings will be staying the same. All of the changes are due to the new Rules of Nutrition Standards from the USDA.
The Middle and High School has implemented a new Salad/Deli Bar Line where students can have a choice of a fresh made sub or wrap sandwich or an entrée salad with assorted fresh vegetables.
As we work on our menus, we will comply with the New Rules of the Nutrition Standards. If you have questions or concerns please email me at email@example.com
Director of Nutrition Services
As a partner in education, the Hanover Nutrition Services Department shall contribute to a successful academic experience and will encourage a lifetime of healthy eating habits by providing each student with the affordable opportunity to consume meals that are nutritious, appealing, and served by caring professionals in a pleasant environment.
"Food Service - Fuel for Student Achievement "
We are self operated (not operated by an outside management company) with an operating budget of approximately $825,000.
We are self funded- supporting our budget & growth through our own revenue.
We serve on average over 2500 meals daily in 4 kitchens (student population of approx. 2000).
Our meals are made fresh in our own kitchens.
Our department employs 26 caring professionals with an average of 7.5 years experience in serving the students of Hanover, most of which have children attending Hanover.
98% of our staff is certified in the nationally recognized health & sanitation course ServSafe.
Our cafeterias are inspected by the local Health Department two times a year and 100% compliance is our norm.
|Faciltiy Managers & Director|
Hanover Central Middle School
Jane Ball Elementary
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