SFE/NW Food Service Updates

March 2021


Meals Available for F2F Students ONLY on Virtual Wednesdays

  • F2F - Breakfast and Lunch will be available for all students who are F2F on Virtual Wednesdays. MVP students can pick up their reserved meal kits on Mondays.

  • Virtual Meals for F2F students will be available at NWHS for pickup on Wednesdays between 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM. Please use the sign up below if you are interested in picking up a meal.

  • Pick up meals at the front entrance of NWHS. Meals will include 1 breakfast and 1 lunch for students and must be reserved.

Weekly Meal Kits for MVP Students - MUST BE RESERVED

  • Remote Learning Meal Kits will be available for all students who are learning virtually at NWCS.

  • Meal kits will include 5 breakfast and lunch meals for students.

  • If you do not wish to receive the full 5 breakfasts and 5 lunches for the week, please let us know at pick up and we will make adjustments to your kits.

If you have questions on this program, please email shayna.casey@nwschools.org



NW/SFE Announcement - Menu Change

In the past, SFE has utilized Sunbutter, an alternative to peanut butter, as an ingredient in our meals. COVID-19 has created a national shortage of Sunbutter, therefore, at this time SFE will only be offering peanut butter to students. If there is a student who has a nut allergy that is reported to NW, these students will be offered an alternative meal that will be compliant with their dietary restrictions. If there is a meal that consists of peanut butter, it will be noted on the lunch menu for that day.

If your student has an allergy, please ensure that this information is documented with their building office. Once this information is received by NW, a copy of the plan is given to SFE staff to start the process to address the dietary needs of the student. If the student is in one of our Elementary classrooms, the entire classroom will be labeled as “Nut Free,” and the classroom is provided with an alternative meal that corresponds with the proper dietary restrictions. The lunches for these identified classrooms are prepared in a different location in the kitchen to prevent cross contamination and then delivered to the classroom for the teacher to hand out.

At the middle school and high school levels, alternative meals are also provided to those students who have documented allergies. The students within these buildings will need to ask a foodservice staff member for a substitution for that daily meal, informing the foodservice staff member of their nutritional limitations.

SFE staff is trained on the appropriate substitution as well as other precautions such as cross contact and signs and symptoms of an allergic reaction.

NW and SFE take allergies and dietary restrictions very seriously and will continue to work together to ensure the health and safety of our students.