Food Service Announcements ...
SCSD #1 Food Service Department will now be using an online account to manage your child's lunch account money and usage. Students at the secondary level now have the ability to purchase a'la carte items. By logging into www.schoolcafe.com you will be able add money, view transactions and see account balances. To add restrictions to your child's account please contact Dennis Decker -firstname.lastname@example.org
Please Click Here to View Account Set Up Instructions
TRE Daily Lunch $2.95
BHE Daily Lunch $3.10
Secondary Daily Lunch $3.40
Premium Entrees $5.10
Nutritional Analysis Breakdowns
Nutritional Analysis Disclaimer Statement
Sheridan County School District #1 provides nutritional information for parents and students for use as information for the dietary needs of the families of our students and staff. The information generated through our nutritional analysis software is derived at by entering nutritional data for each ingredient used and then entering our recipes into the nutritional analysis software to create the nutrient information for entrées and side dishes served. Nutritional information for our salad bars are derived from actual salad bar usage and are an average of what each student takes. The nutritional content of a particular student’s meal may vary dramatically depending on which fruits and vegetables are chosen, how much of each are taken and the type of milk chosen. The items on any particular day’s salad bar may vary from the items that were used to create the salad bar analysis. The nutrition information provided was generated in good faith and is as accurate as possible considering the variables included in each of the meals. However, Sheridan County School District #1 cannot absolutely guarantee the accuracy of each of the meals served to a particular student. NOTICE: The data contained in this report and the Primero Edge Menu Planning and Nutritional Analysis software should not be used for and does not provide menu planning for a child with a medical condition or food allergy. Ingredients and menu items are subject to change or substitution without notice. Please consult a medical professional for assistance in planning for or treating medical conditions.
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