Posts Tagged ‘lunch’


Kitchen/Cafeteria Help

August 14, 2015
cafeteria-clipart-zyckgxXTEWe are looking for help in the kitchen this year during serving time.  We have a tighter schedule and the extra help would be great.  It would be for only an hour or an hour and a half.

If you are able to help contact Linda Zinser at


A Few Important Back To School Notes

August 6, 2013

from Holy Cross principal, Mrs. Carney –

Click here for the Free and Reduced Lunch application.  If you would like to apply, please complete the form and bring it to Sign Up Day.  Please put the application in a sealed envelopment marked “Cafeteria.”  This is a confidential application viewed by the cafeteria manager.

We are working hard to get everythinno-hair-dyeg ready for the students to arrive.  Please watch your email for opportunities to volunteer to get the grounds ready for the new year.

Uniform Code Reminder Students cannot come to school on the 21st with pink/purple/etc hair color.  Only natural hair colors are accepted.  Also, students are not permitted to wear feathers or other ornaments weaved into their hair.

The updated school handbook is being reviewed and will be posted on the website soon.

We are in the final stages of forming the PTO.  If you are interested in serving on a committee, please contact me as soon as possible. Also, keep your eyes open for our first fundraiser of the year.  We are bringing back the trash bags! More information will be available soon.

I am looking forward to a blessed school year.
Enjoy the remaining days of summer vacation.


Lunch Changes

August 1, 2012

There’s a change to announce in the Holy Cross school lunchroom.

There will be no ‘C’ lunch offered this year –
no peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
The reason for that change was that not enough children ordered the C lunch, and it isn’t financially worth offering it in our lunch program.

There will be more changes introduced this year to the school’s menus, but most of those will be due to federal regulations for the National School Lunch Program.

Holy Cross School participates in the United States Federal Lunch Program. This requires the school to meet certain regulatory guidelines including prohibiting any purchased food lunches and soft drinks to be brought into the cafeteria during lunch hours.

The first changes to the federal program in 15 years are being introduced this year, including:

  • the amount of fruits and vegetables children are served in school will double
  • all grains served must be whole grains
  • all milk served must be low fat
  • a limit on the level of salt and trans fats in school food
  • a minimum and maximum calorie intake per day based on student age

The details of how the changes will impact the Holy Cross school lunch program are still being worked out, but specifics will be announced soon. Stay tuned.

For more information about the new school lunch regulations, visit these sites:


Final Lunch Pix for now, promise

March 10, 2011

I just love these!

Thanks to all the family members and others who join us
at Holy Cross at lunch time.
I’ll stop with the pictures for now.
But, you never know. We may feature more again.

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Lunch with the Kids

March 9, 2011

More pictures from the Holy Cross lunch room today!

Today we feature some parents and other family members
who have stopped by to enjoy lunch with the kids.
We’ve got more, so there will at least one more post with them this week.

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Lunchroom Fun

March 7, 2011

This week, we’ll feature pictures from our Holy Cross lunchroom.

Today, we focus on some of our lunchroom volunteers.
Thanks to all who have helped out.
If you have time to spend a couple hours helping, call Rita Binns!

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Pack A Lunch Monday

February 5, 2011

As you may have seen in the newsletter, your children need to bring a sack lunch on Monday.

We are asking this because Rita Binns and Nancy Fox (two of our three kitchen staff) will be at the funeral of Rita’s niece, Audrey.

Audrey was only 13 years old.  She dealt with her illness for a long time.  Occasionally she volunteered in our cafeteria when she didn’t have school and she felt up to it.

Please keep the familiy in your prayers and thanks for your understanding.

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