Friday, 28 October 2016 10:04

Food Allergies in School

Weber School District recognizes that the number of students with food allergies has been steadily increasing. Common food allergies include milk, eggs, wheat, soy, fish, peanuts and tree nuts such as pine nuts, pecans, and Brazil nuts.

As a district it is our goal to create a safe environment for students who have food allergies by developing model guidelines to be followed throughout the entire school, including classrooms, cafeterias, computer labs and school playgrounds. Family and Consumer Science (FACS) teachers in the secondary schools will take reasonable precautions when food is prepared in classes where students with allergies are present. The district’s goal is to help your child feel comfortable and safe in the school setting while learning how to manage their own food allergy long term. Students and classmates will have the knowledge to assist in monitoring situations.

Model Guidelines

  • Parents should notify teachers, administrators and/or school nurses during enrollment that their child has food allergies.
  • Parents should be involved in developing a class plan for dealing with food allergies. All parents and classmates need to be aware of what foods to avoid.
  • Parents should provide a list of foods the student should avoid and how to identify them on food labels.
  • Parents should provide non-perishable “safe snacks” for their student.
  • At home and school avoid cross-contamination; be sure that all students wash their hands before and after eating.
  • Desktops and tables should be washed after eating in the classroom.
  • Students may be assigned a specific desk or computer that can be sanitized before use.
  • Keep information about each food-allergic student in the roster by name so substitute teachers will be aware.
  • Know the symptoms of a student’s allergic reaction and know and follow the protocol for emergency response.
  • Listen to all complaints from the student and take them seriously.
  • Teachers need to take more precautions during field trips. Educate all chaperones on what foods must be avoided, explain the symptoms of an allergic reaction and inform about necessary medications.
  • Know the number and location of the nearest hospital.
  • Carry a cell phone and let all staff members know where it is kept.
  • Designate a staff member to check the safety of food served to the student.

Specific Cafeteria Practices for Students Allergic to Peanuts

In a severe case, a “peanut–free” table could be made available in the cafeteria. Hand sanitizer or alcohol wipes could be available for student use before and after eating.

Medical Exceptions

Substitutions must be made in the meal pattern if individual participating children are unable to eat school meals because of their disabilities, when that need is certified by a licensed physician. The physician's statement must identify:

  • The child's disability.
  • An explanation of why the disability restricts the child's diet. 
  • The major life activity affected by the disability. 
  • The food or foods to be omitted from the child's diet, and the food or choice of foods that must be substituted.

Medical food request forms are available in all school kitchens. They need to be on file in the main office and the unit manager’s office in the kitchen.

Menus can be planned to accommodate your student’s medical and food allergy requirements.  

Friday, 28 October 2016 09:58

Resources

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3Special Meal Request Form 2020-21Special Meal Request Form 2020-21544.51 KB405 times
4Special Meal Request - SpanishSpecial Meal Request - Spanish207.46 KB332 times
5Special Meal ProcedureSpecial Meal Procedure199.77 KB498 times
6PEBT Reconsideration FlyerPEBT Reconsideration Flyer203.38 KB140 times
7PEBT Reconsideration ApplicationPEBT Reconsideration Application266.11 KB236 times
8Medical Special Meal RequestMedical Special Meal Request544.51 KB407 times
9Meal Prices 2021 2022Meal Prices 2021 2022126.14 KB362 times

Free and Reduced

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Friday, 28 October 2016 09:50

Staff Directory

Anderson, Kayleen

Child Nutrition Supervisor

CHILD NUTRITION (80.1) .476-7845

Brown, Nancy

Child Nutrition Program Coordinator

CHILD NUTRITION (80.1) .476-7833

Geisler, Steffanie

Sub Child Nutrition

CHILD NUTRITION (80.1) .452-4800

Heslop, Debra

Sub Nutrition Serv Wrkr

CHILD NUTRITION (80.1) .645-6284

Hislop, Sandra

Sub Nutrition Serv Wrkr

CHILD NUTRITION (80.1) .452-4180

Lewis, Nicole

Accounts Payable Clerk -Child Nutrition

CHILD NUTRITION (80.1) .476-7838

Simper, Thomas

Sub Nutrition Service Worker

CHILD NUTRITION (80.1) .476-7800

Walton, Genina

Child Nutrition Coordinator

CHILD NUTRITION (80.1) .476-7836

Friday, 28 October 2016 09:23

Lunch Menu

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All breakfast and lunch menus are available below.

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Summer Lunch

Summer Lunch is offered at the following locations.

  • Burch Creek
  • Lakeview Elementary
  • North Park Elementary
  • Roy Elementary
  • Green Acres Elementary
  • Washington Terrace Elementary
Friday, 28 October 2016 08:49

Child Nutrition

Kayleen Anderson

Child Nutrition Supervisor

(801) 476-7845

Nicole Lewis

Accounts Payable Clerk -Child Nutrition

(801) 476-7838

 

Hours

Open from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Location

Please visit us at our office

955 W 12th St,
Ogden, UT 84404

Our Mission

We are committed to feeding students of Weber School District high quality, fun, fresh, exciting foods that will help propel children in their studies.

We strive to have an environment that encourages high expectations for success, an atmosphere of cooperation with respect for individual differences and community. We aim to stand behind every plate of food, breaking the mold and throwing the stigmatism of school lunch out the door to usher in refined passion for food.

Check our meal prices

Payment Options

Pay Online

Pay for your student's lunch online with your credit card. The service is easy to use, convenient, private and secure. You will need to open a myWeber account. After you log in look for the Pay Fees link on the right hand side of the screen.

Login to myWeber

Pay By Check

Make check payable to (School Name) and bring the check to the Food Service Manager's Office. A local address and phone number are required to be either printed or handwritten on the check. The student(s) full name and grade are required on the check memo line.

Pay With Cash

Cash may be brought to the Food Service Manager's office for deposit on the student's account, or students may pay cash daily through the serving line.


In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by USDA.

Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g. Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.), should contact the Agency (State or local) where they applied for benefits. Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339. Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English.

To file a program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, (AD-3027) found online at: https://www.ascr.usda.gov/filing-program-discrimination-complaint-usda-customer and at any USDA office, or write a letter addressed to USDA and provide in the letter all of the information requested in the form. To request a copy of the complaint form, call (866) 632-9992. Submit your completed form or letter to USDA by: (1) Mail U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights 1400 Independence Ave, SW Washington, D.C. 20250-9410: (2) Fax: (202) 690-7442; or (3) Email: . This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

Friday, 28 October 2016 08:19

Title III English Learners (ELS)

Contacts

Resources for Educators

Identification of ELs & Parent Notification

Parent Notification Letters

Assessments for English Learners (ELs)

      WIDA Screener for Kindergarten

      Access for ELLs 2.0

      Kindergarten ACCESS for ELLs

      Alternate Access for ELLs

Website Links

Friday, 28 October 2016 07:45

Title I

The Title I Program

The purpose of Title I is to support school efforts to ensure that all children meet challenging academic standards and have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education. This purpose can be accomplished by providing additional resources for high poverty schools to enhance educational opportunities for disadvantaged students. Title I funds must be used in addition to District and State funds. All of the services students would receive in the absence of Title I must be in place before Title I funds are used.

Title I provides flexible funding that may be used to provide additional instructional staff, professional development, extended-time programs, and other strategies for raising student achievement in high-poverty schools. The program focuses on promoting schoolwide reform in high-poverty schools and ensuring students' access to scientifically based instructional strategies and challenging academic content. Title I provisions provide a mechanism for holding states, school districts, and schools accountable for improving the academic achievement of all students and turning around low-performing schools, while providing alternatives to students in such schools to enable those students to receive a high-quality education. 

Resources

Free and Reduced Lunch Form (English)

Free and Reduced Lunch Form (Spanish)

Homeless Identification Form

 

Websites

Weber School District Title I Schools

LEA Parent Involvement Policy

Friday, 28 October 2016 07:42

Title Programs

Title I A College & Career Ready

Title II A Teacher Quality

  • Larry Hadley  

Title III A ELL Services

Title VI

  • District Contact: Gina Butters 

Title VII

  • District Contact:

Title VII Part A Indian Education

Title VII Part B Homeless Education

Title IX 

Elementary 

  • District Contact: Karla Porter 
  • School Contact: Building Principal

Secondary

  • District Contact: William Grilz  
  • School Contact: Building Principal

Link: Title IX Information 

Friday, 28 October 2016 07:36

Options for Teen Students with Children

The Weber School District recently closed its CTE Child Care Lab at Two Rivers High School.  This was not an easy decision to eliminate a program that had served teen students with children for many years, but with dwindling enrollment numbers, it was no longer economically feasible to continue offering this service. 

The lab was costing about $55,000 annually to operate which included employing a full-time and two part-time aids.  At the end of the 2016 school year, there were only three students taking advantage of the program.  Although it’s hard to pinpoint an exact reason, several factors such as changes in the state’s curriculum and enhanced online education options, most likely contributed to a steady decline in enrollment.

The school announced the closure of the lab about a year in advance to give eligible students the opportunity to look at other alternatives.  Those options included participation in another CTE Child Care Lab being offered at one of our other four high schools in the district, as well as enrollment in our online education program.

There are also other resources being offered in the community to assist teen mothers who want to continue their education.  One is the Early Head Start Program that offers free child care so students can attend school.  This federally funded program through the Ogden-Weber Community Action Partnership (OWCAP), currently has sixteen spots available for teens with infants and toddlers.  For information, please visit their website at www.owcap.org/headstart

 The Weber School District will continue to help and serve all students in hopes of providing the best possible education given their individual circumstances.  Additional resources are available by contacting Student Services at (801)476-3611.      

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