Annual Review - Cobb County School District

Report
Food and Nutrition
Services
July 21, 2014
FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICES
2014-2015 Schools by Area Supervisor
Cynthia Downs, Executive Director - 770-426-3383
RENEE TRICE
AREA 1
770-590-4507
770-289-0347 cell
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Austell (B/ASCP)
Bryant (B/ASCP)
Clay (B/ASCP/FFVP)
Harmony Leland (B/ASCP)
Hendricks (B/ASCP)
Mableton (B/ASCP)
Nickajack (B/ASCP)
Riverside P. (B/ASCP)
Riverside I. (B/ASCP)
Sanders (B/ASCP/FFVP)
MIDDLE SCHOOL
Floyd (B/ASCP)
Garrett (B/ASCP)
Lindley 6th (B)
Lindley 7th/8th (B/ASCP)
HIGH SCHOOL
Pebblebrook (B)
South Cobb 9th & HS (B/ASCP)
JANET COLE
AREA 2
770-590-4534
770-289-9423 cell
DENEESE BLANTON
AREA 3
770-590-4547
678-234-7198 cell
MONIQUE JOHNSON
AREA 4
770-420-4944
678-449-4016 cell
DONNA MORRISON
AREA 5
770-514-3826
770-265-7631 cell
KELLY CROSSLEY
AREA 6
770-590-4533
770-289-0272 cell
Belmont Hills (B/ASCP/FFVP)
Birney (B/ASCP)
Fair Oaks/Oakwood (B/ASCP)
Green Acres (B/ASCP)
Hollydale (B/ASCP/FFVP)
King Springs (B/ASCP)
LaBelle (B/ASCP)
Milford (B/ASCP)
Norton Park (B/ASCP)
Russell (B/ASCP)
Smyrna (B/ASCP)
Teasley (B/ASCP)
Teasley Primary (B)
Argyle (B/ASCP/FFVP)
Brumby (B/ASCP)
East Side
East Valley (B)
Mt. Bethel (AB)
Murdock
Powers Ferry (B/ASCP)
Sedalia Park (B/ASCP)
Shallowford Falls (AB)
Sope Creek
Timber Ridge
Tritt
Addison (B)
Bells Ferry (B)
Blackwell (B)
Chalker (B)
Davis
Garrison Mill
Keheley (B)
Kincaid (AB)
Mountain View
Nicholson (B)
Pitner (B)
Rocky Mountain
Acworth (B/ASCP)
Baker (B/ASCP)
Big Shanty (B)
Bullard
Frey
Hayes (B/ASCP)
Kennesaw (B)
Lewis (B)
McCall (B/ASCP)
Pickett's Mill (AB)
Cheatham Hill (B)
Clarkdale (B/ASCP)
Compton (B/ASCP)
Dowell (B/ASCP)
Due West (AB)
Ford (B)
Kemp (B)
Powder Springs (B/ASCP)
Still (B)
Varner (B/ASCP)
Vaughan (AB)
Campbell MS (B/ASCP)
Fitzhugh Lee (B)
Griffin (B)
Hawthorne (B)
Smitha (B/ASCP)
Dickerson (AB)
Dodgen
East Cobb (B)
Hightower Trail (AB)
Daniell (B)
Mabry (AB)
McCleskey (B)
Palmer (B)
Simpson (AB)
Awtrey (B)
Barber (B/ASCP)
Durham
McClure (B)
Pine Mountain (B)
Cooper (B/ASCP)
Lost Mountain
Lovinggood (B)
Tapp (B/ASCP)
Campbell HS (B/ASCP)
Osborne (B/ASCP)
Pope (B)
Walton
Wheeler (B)
Kell (B)
Lassiter
Sprayberry (B)
Allatoona (AB)
Kennesaw Mtn (AB)
North Cobb 9th & HS (B)
Harrison (AB)
Hillgrove (AB)
McEachern (B)
LEGEND
AB = Ala carte Breakfast
ASCP = After School Care Program
B = Breakfast
FFVP = Fresh Fruits & Vegetable Program
KELLEY TOON
Wellness
770 420-4983
770 241-2887 cell
Total Revenue - $52,143,660
Adult
1.7%
CCSD
0%
Student
36%
Federal
60%
State
2.3%
Total Expenses - $55,243,956
Other
8%
Federal
Indirect
4%
Food
41%
Labor
47%
Free and Reduced Meal Applications
•On-line applications are
available in English and
Spanish.
•Please have computers
available to help encourage
parents to use the on-line
applications.
•Paper applications are to be
distributed in the student
folders.
Now
Available
Online!
Go to:
www.cobbk12.org
and click on “Lunch Menus” to get
to the on-line application!
Free and Reduced Meal Applications (continued)
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Confidentiality: By Federal law, a student’s free and reduced meal
status should be kept confidential at all times by all staff and faculty.
Official numbers and percentages are calculated on October 31st of
each year.
A percentage of applications are verified each year in October.
Sharing of data such as free and reduced numbers and percentages is
acceptable. Specific student status information is not permitted unless
parent permission is given.
Parent waivers can be received from the cafeteria managers.
For student folders, please do NOT require parents to return free and
reduced applications as part of the student packets.
Free and reduced meal forms are government assistance documents
that are optional only.
Families that do not need benefits should not apply. This slows down
the processing time for families that need the benefits.
Student Folders
Materials for folders will be delivered to the
schools from the printer, MLS Associates.
• English and Spanish meal applications
• FNS flyer titled, GrEAT Things
(English and Spanish – 2 sided)
MyPaymentsPlus Online Payments
• Pay for meals on-line
• Check account balances
• Set up e-mail reminders for
low balances
• Make payments using
Discover, Visa or Master Card
• There is a 4.75% convenience
charge for each credit card
transaction
www.mypaymentsplus.com
1-877-237-0946
Help Us Have a Smooth Beginning
• To help reduce long wait
times and frustration in
the lunch line, please
have all students and
student ID’s entered into
the computer prior to the
first day of school.
Elementary Principals
• Additionally, please
provide class rosters to
your cafeteria manager
and have students
assigned to homerooms
in CSIS (OnTrack).
• We utilize the student
picture files that you
provide us each year.
Recycling in the Cafeteria
• All applicable
kitchen items will
be recycled
• Polystyrene trays
cannot be recycled
at this time
• “Tap and Stack”
method of stacking
trays must be used
– it reduces waste
by as much as 40%
Reducing Waste
Take what you will eat,
eat what you take
 Each day, excessive
pounds of untouched food
get thrown away in our
cafeterias.
 Offer vs. Serve allows
students to select a
minimum number of
components for a
reimbursable meal.
 Please encourage
students to make
conscious choices about
how much food they
select.
Meal Service
Offer vs. Serve
Goals
• The goal of Offer vs. Serve (OVS):
1.
2.
To reduce food waste.
To allow students to select the foods they prefer and will
eat. Students must select the required number of food
components.
• If an adult chooses for the student or requires the
student to fill their tray, we are no longer following
Offer vs. Serve.
• Cashier is positioned at the end of the serving line
to ensure each student selects the minimum
number of components for a reimbursable meal.
Student Leftovers and Trash
Health Code
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Once item is served to a student it
cannot be served to anyone else.
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Student can take item they selected back
to classroom for later (whole fruit,
prepackaged items).
Leftovers cannot be collected and given
out to other students, teachers, parents
or even donated to local shelters, etc.
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Meal Prices
Student
Lunch
Elementary
Middle
High
Reduced
$2.15
$2.30
$2.40
$0.40
Adults: $3.00 per lunch
Guests: $3.25 per lunch
All Levels
Reduced
$1.25
$0.30
Student Breakfast
Adults & Guests: To be determined
Special Meal Functions
• Any functions that use
the kitchen,
equipment, food,
supplies, or staff
• Examples: meetings,
festivals, dances, or
after-school classes
See your Cafeteria Manager
for rates prior to the event
so that the cost can be
provided ahead of time.
• All expenses
including supplies,
food, labor, electricity
and facilities use
must be paid through
the special meal
function invoice.
• Please refer to Board
Policy KG-R – Use of
School Facilities and
EE-R – Food Service
Management.
FNS and the CCSD Wellness Policy
• Annual Local Wellness Plan
• First Deadline: August 2014
• First Assignment: Assign a Local School Wellness
Representative who creates a School Health Advisory
Council
• Requirements of District Administrative Rule EEE-R
• Completion of wellness activities for students and staff
• Wellness representative submits a report for at least two
activities for students and one for staff.
• New: Nutrition standards for all foods sold in school
For more information please contact:
Kelley Toon - Area Nutrition and Wellness Supervisor
or visit the Wellness Support website:
http://support.cobbk12.org/wellness/
Georgia Grown
• Each month we feature a Georgia or locally grown fresh fruit or
vegetable at all of our schools.
• We provide our customers with information about the farmers
and nutrition facts.
• We are committed to collaborating with our community
partners to increase our Farm to School initiative.
Ensuring Accountability
CCSD Employee Handbook
Administrative Review
Every 3 years
Georgia Department of Education and
USDA on-site review of FNS program
Review approximately 13 schools
Health Inspection
Bi-Annual Review by Health Department
Original posted in serving line area
Review checks:
Compliance with all State Health Code Requirements
Food
Safety
Sanitation
Proper receipt, storage and handling of food
In Depth Kitchen Review
Annual Review by Area Supervisors
Copy sent to Principal
177 items on review
89 items check compliance with Federal
and State regulations
50 items check compliance with Health
Code Regulations
Additional items check compliance with
CCSD and FNS policy and procedure
On-Site Review
Annual Review by Area Supervisors
Original signed by Principal
Review checks:
Proper meal counting
Proper Free and Reduced application
handling
Proper money handling
Staff knowledge of Offer vs. Serve
ASP Review
Bi-Annual Review by Area Supervisors
Copy sent to Principal
Review checks:
Proper snack distribution
Routine Site Visits
Multiple visits annually by Area Supervisors
Visit checks:
Compliance with Federal Meal Counting and
Claiming Regulations
Compliance with Health Code Regulations
Proper food safety and sanitation
Proper money handling
Customer Service
Marketing
Manager Performance Evaluation
Annually
by
Area Supervisors and Principals
Job Description/Evaluation score based on:
Financial Accountability
Benchmarks
Labor
Regulations Compliance
Local Policy Compliance
Cost Analysis
Monthly review of Cost Analysis Report
by Area Supervisors and Managers
Managers complete a Financial
Accountability Worksheet to determine
how they are performing against
established benchmarks - (Section 13)
Help Us Serve You Better
Customer feedback cards
At the register
On-line
Focus Groups
Have a Great School Year!
For More Information, Please Contact Us:
Food and Nutrition Services
6975 Cobb International Boulevard
Kennesaw, GA 30152
(770) 426-3383
www.cobbk12.org/centraloffice/foodservices
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