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Duluth High Cafe

 
                       
           Welcome to Duluth Cafe'!


                    Doris Sells, Manager


                         doris_sells@gwinnett.k12.ga.us

                       Aimee Jacobi, Assistant Manager
                       aimee_jacobi@gwinnett.k12.ga.us
 
                       Wyndie Powell, Assistant Manager
                      wyndie_powell@gwinnett.k12.ga.us

                                       770-232-3359
 
 
Breakfast & Lunch Prices
 
As part of the Universal Breakfast Pilot Program for SY2016/17, students now have the opportunity to enjoy a reimbursable breakfast at no charge.

Each student is eligible for one reimbursable breakfast each day. A breakfast meal includes one breakfast entree, one juice or fruit, and/or milk. A la carte and supplemental items will be sold at the usual price.

The School Nutrition staff looks forward to serving you a nutritious breakfast to jump start your day!

Meal Prices for the SY 2016-17 are listed below for your reference.

Breakfast   Lunch  
Student Breakfast No Charge Student Lunch HS $2.50
Reduced Price Breakfast No Charge Reduced Price Lunch $0.40
Adult Breakfast $1.75 Adult Lunch $3.00
Extra Milk $0.40 Extra Mil $0.40
SY16/17 Ala Carte Pricing


High School Entrée........$2.25

Side Items..................... $ .40

Extra Milk.......................$ .40

16oz Water....................$ .75

Vitamin Water................$1.25

Chocolate Chip Cookie.....$.50



High School
* These student prices are for the 2015-2016 school year.
Meal  Cost Per Day    Cost Per Week   Cost Per Month  
  Full Pay  Reduced Full Pay  Reduced Full Pay  Reduced
Student Breakfast No Charge No Charge No Charge No Charge No Charge No Charge
Student Lunch $2.50 $0.40 $12.50 $2.00 $50.00 $8.00
             
Extra Milk $0.40   $2.00   $8.00  
Breakfast (available before school) 1 Meal at no cost, extra entree $1.25

Lunch - $2.50 - Ala Carte entree - $2.25
Sides - 40¢ - Milk - 40¢ - Water - 75¢ - Vitamin Water $1.25

NO CHARGING


Lunch & Breakfast Menus - Schedule
4th Period A Lunch: 10:15 - 10:40 B Lunch 10:45 - 11:09
5th Period A Lunch 11:16 - 11:41 B Lunch: 11:46 - 12:10
6th Period A Lunch 12:17 - 12:42 B Lunch: 12:47 - 1:11
Students eat during their 4th, 5th or 6th period. Check with your student to see what time they are scheduled.
 
Important Links: 
 
 
Food and Fitness - March 2017 - Healthy Ideas for Middle and High School Students
 
 
Nutrition Nuggets  - March 2017
NEAT - NUTRITIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Nutrition Education and Training (NEAT) Project

A nutrition education program, overseen by a registered dietitian, has been implemented at each school.

Our staff provides nutrition education in a variety of ways through out the school year.
We encourage our students to make healthy food choices by teaching them about the food guide pyramid in a fun, interactive and applicable way.
We incorporate nutrition education on the serving line, on bulletin boards, with classroom visits, in print, and by attending school wide functions.


Questions?

Please contact our registered dietition Taylor Blake at taylor_blake@gwinnett.k12.ga.us for questions concerning our menus or our nutrition education program
GCPS MISSION STATEMENT & VISION

As a partner in education, the Gwinnett County School Nutrition Program contributes to a successful academic experience and encourages a lifetime of healthy eating by providing each student with the affordable opportunity to consume meals that are nutritious, appealing, and served by caring professionals in a pleasant environment. r handicap. If you believe you have been discriminated against, write to the Secretary of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 2025
"This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer."

Provide the opportunity for all students to meet their daily, nutritional needs for meals consumed at school.
Provide healthy choices that comply with the Dietary Guidelines.
Be recognized by peers and the community as a leader in the school nutrition field.
Provide training for professional growth.
Provide nutrition education for all students.
Operate a financially sound program.
Maintain standards of sanitation set by the Health Department. (Health Inspection Scores)
Be an integral part of the comprehensive school health program.
Support policies that ensure all foods available to students during the school day comply with the Dietary Guidelines.
Continually improve the effectiveness of food production and service to meet and exceed customer expectations.
Encourage involvement of all employees in our professional associations.
Work cooperatively with school administrators and the PTA.
Utilize technology as needed to enhance effectiveness of program.


 
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