Child Nutrition

Harvest Preparatory School Wellness Policy

HPA Wellness Policy Activity & Assessment Tool

Free and Reduced Lunch Form (English)

Free and Reduced Lunch Form (Spanish)

Harvest Prep. Food Guidelines

HPA is approved for Provision 2 and will provide breakfast and lunch FREE of charge to all students. This provision requests all participating students in this program complete the NSLP Applications to ensure continued program funding.

All students will be provided a FREE hot breakfast and lunch by the HPA Child Nutrition Services Department

All Meals served by the HPA Child Nutrition Services are designed to be healthy, follow the USDA Meal Pattern and are computer-analyzed to ensure nutritional value. Information on the school lunch program, as well as NSLP applications, is available online and at the school all year-round in the Elementary and High School Reception as well as Child Nutrition Services. Any queries and additional information can be obtained from the District Child Nutrition Director by mail at [email protected].

Students may bring their own meals from home, however, “Specifically Prohibited” items brought to school by students will be confiscated immediately.

Specifically Prohibited Foods and Beverages

All candy and any food where sugar is the primary ingredient

All chips & foods covered in red “Flamin’ Hot” powder (Hot Cheetos, Hot Fritos, etc)

All caffeine and energy drinks, including coffee and soda

All carbonated beverages, including carbonated waters

All “fast food” (foods prepared by another restaurant or commercial kitchen)

HPA is approved for Provision 2 and will provide breakfast and lunch FREE of charge to all students.

This provision requests all participating students in this program complete the NSLP Applications to ensure continued program funding.

All students will be provided a FREE hot breakfast and lunch by the HPA Child Nutrition Services Department

All Meals served by the HPA Child Nutrition Services are designed to be healthy, follow the USDA Meal Pattern and are computer-analyzed to ensure nutritional value. Information on the school lunch program, as well as NSLP applications, is available online and at the school all year-round in the Elementary and High School Reception as well as Child Nutrition Services. Any queries and additional information can be obtained from the District Child Nutrition Director by mail at [email protected].

Students may bring their own meals from home, however, “Specifically Prohibited” items brought to school by students will be confiscated immediately.