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Classroom Menu

Click the link to see our Cycle Menu. Monthly Menus are distributed in classrooms.

2018-2019 Cycle EHS- English

2018-2019 Cycle HS- English

2018-2019 Cycle EHS- Spanish

2018-2019 Cycle HS- Spanish

Family Activity Event Menu

The Head Start Kitchen provides nutritious snacks at family events.

Send order to Central Kitchen at least 2 weeks before event. Order should include the number of children and adults expected. No follow up paperwork required.

Refer to Cycle Menu for Week Number. Please be specific with event details.

  • Fruit Tray
  • Vegetable Tray
  • Sliced Cheese
  • Yogurt
  • Crackers
  • Ready to Eat Cereal

Beverages: Water or Lemonade

*Any Vegetable can be substituted with Spinach Salad

* Condiments and sauces will be provided based on item served

Week 1:

  • Bean & Cheese Burrito, Spinach Salad, Diced Mango (Monday/Tuesday)
  • Chicken Veggie Noodle Soup, Sliced Apple, WW Rolls (Tuesday/Wednesday)
  • Cheese Pizza, Pineapple, Red Pepper Strips (Wednesday/Thursday/Friday)

Week 2:

  • Chicken Taco, Diced Mango, Spinach Salad (Monday/Tuesday)
  • Macaroni & Cheese, Steamed Broccoli, Sliced Apple, WW Roll (Tuesday/Wednesday)
  • Turkey Sandwiches, Diced Melon, Romaine Salad (Wednesday/Thursday/Friday)

Week 3:

  • Taco Soup, Shredded Cheese, Pineapple, Broccoli, Corn Tortilla Chips (Monday/Tuesday)
  • Baked Chicken, Spinach Salad w Mandarin Oranges, Sunshine Dressing, WW Roll (Wednesday)
  • Veggie Lasagna, Red pepper Strips, Diced Cantaloupe, WG Bread (Wednesday/Thursday/Friday)

Week 4:

  • Brown Rice, Beans, Shredded Cheese, Red Pepper Strips, Cantaloupe (Tuesday/Wednesday)
  • Tilapia Taco, Steamed Broccoli, Diced Mango (Wednesday/Thursday/Friday)

Beverages: Water or Lemonade

Family Friendly Home-Cooked Meals

Visit our recipe center! Submit your own!

Family Recipes

Wash Your Hands!

Head Start staff and volunteers teach and model appropriate hand washing practices.

Wash you hands:

  • Before food preparation, handling, or serving. (including setting the table)
  • After toileting or changing diapers.
  • After assisting a child with toilet use.
  • Before and after eating meals or snacks.
  • After handling pets or other animals.
  • Before and after using disposable gloves.
  • After coughing or sneezing or blowing your nose.
  • After inspecting hair for lice.
  • Before and after giving medications.
  • After smoking or using tobacco products.

Hand washing procedures are posted in all classrooms, including these steps.

  1. Wet hands with water and then add soap.
  2. Use friction to work up lather and wash hands for at least 10-20 seconds.
  3. Rinse well under a stream of water.
  4. Dry hands thoroughly, with a single use paper towel.
  5. Turn off faucet with a paper towel, if possible.

Double hand washing for Food Service Staff:

  1. After using the restroom
  2. After eating or drinking
  3. After blowing nose, coughing, sneezing.
  4. After smoking or using tobacco products.