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Etowah City School Nutrition Mission Statement:
Providing nutritious, quality meals adhering to the Dietary Guidelines set by the USDA, and encouraging students to make healthy choices that will last a lifetime.
2017 - 2018 Price List
Breakfast Price List:
Pre-Kindergarten-8th Grade - Free/CEP (Community Eligibility Program)
School Personnel - $2.00
Child Visitor- $2.00
Visitors - $2.50

Lunch Price List:
Pre-Kindergarten - 8th Grade- Free/CEP (Community Eligibility Program)
School Personnel - $3.50
Child Visitors- $3.50
Visitors - $4.50
Visitors Holiday Meals - $5.50
A LA CARTE
Juice - $0.50
Fruit/Vegetable - $1.00
Yogurt- $0.50
Cheese Stick - $0.50
Other Snack - $0.50
Pudding Snack- $0.50
Pickle - $0.75
Ice Cream - $1.00
Cookies - $0.50
Parfait - $1.00
Large Water - $1.00
Fruit Roll Up- $0.50
Gummies - $0.50
Chips - $0.50
Slushie - $1.00
Mini Rice Krispy - $0.25
Mini Brownie - $0.25
School Nutrition Information
Why should schools control the foods and beverages they serve?
By offering healthy foods and beverages schools encourage healthy eating habits because students' lifelong eating habits are greatly influenced by the types of foods and beverages available to them. Foods of good nutritional content including fruits, vegetables, low-fat dairy foods, and low-grain products, should be available wherever and whenever food is sold or otherwise offered at school during the normal school day. When foods of minimal nutritional value are offered students quickly form poor eating habits.
Healthy Snacks and Beverages
The following is a list of options for healthy snacks and beverages, it is in no way a complete list. You may also consult a Registered Dietitian or Child and Adult Nutrition Services for additional assistance or questions.
Best Choices:
Granola bars
Whole-grain fruit bars
Fruit bars
Nuts and Seeds (plain or with spices)
Dry Roasted Peanuts, tree nuts, and soy nuts
Trail Mix (plain)
Fresh Fruit (orange slices, apple slices, bananas, grapes, etc.)
Dried Fruit (raisins, cranberries, apricots, etc.)
Fresh Vegetables (carrot sticks, celery sticks, veggie combos, etc)
Yogurt (low-fat, no sugars added)
Frozen fruit juice bars (no sugar or high fructose corn syrup)
Skim or 1% Milk
Water
Good Choices
Popcorn (low-fat, without hydrogenated fats)
Corn nuts
Whole Grain Bagels or Bread
Pita Bread
Veggie Burgers
Animal Crackers
Graham Crackers
Peanut Butter and Crackers
Ready-to-eat Cereals (low sugar, whole grain)
Items to Avoid
Sodas, Pop or Carbonated Beverages
Candy Bars or other Candy
Cookies
Chips
Ice Cream and Yogurt (high-fat)
Pop Tarts
Fruit cups with syrup
Pudding (high-fat)