Food & Nutrition Services
Phone: 909-397-4711, ext. 21100
Director, Food and Nutrition Services
7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
As part of the Healthy Hunger- Free Kids Act, we are looking to conduct a meeting to assess the PUSD (BP 5060 Wellness Policy) on:
Thursday March 26, 2020
(909) 397-4711 ext. 21100
Space is limited; please reserve your spot by calling on or before March 19, 2020
Policies are broad guidelines established for effectively operating a school system.
- Statements reﬂecting the principles that guide staff as they carry out their duties
- Principles that chart a course of action and deﬁne the limits
- Statements of principle intended to promote progress toward the school district’s goals
Concisely stated, a policy is a general statement the school board makes to indicate a desired condition, direction, or belief.
A California Department of Education (CDE) audit was conducted in 2015 and 2018 and the current policy was found to be compliant in all areas.
Please find attached a copy of the current Administrative Regulation and Board Policy. Please review and respond with any input you may have. We would like to have all submissions back by March 16, 2020. During the March 26, 2020 meeting there will be Food and Nutrition updates as well as a review of submittals. Please let us know if you are able to attend, no later than March 19, 2020. If you are not able to attend, your input is still appreciated by responding to this email with any input you may have regarding the policy.
Director-Food and Nutrition Services
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Nutrition Services Division
California Department of Education