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WESTERN BEAVER SCHOOLS - FOOD SERVICES
Sept. 25, 2021
Dear Western Beaver Families,
As we move further into the school year, we are experiencing supply chain difficulties like never before. While we are still able to provide meals to all students, we must move forward with a great deal of flexibility. The best step that I can think of to help avoid unexpected menu changes is to change to releasing a weekly menu, instead of a monthly menu. Just like at home, planning for a month’s worth of meals at once is proving to be more challenging.
We are trying to focus on providing items that are reasonably and consistently available, which may mean more repetition or a real curveball at times. We may be more vague on the offerings. For example, if the menu lists “carrots” that may mean baby carrots, steamed carrots, or diced carrots. Additionally, the menu may simply list “vegetables” and we will provide the vegetable we are able to procure. This will be applicable to any of the menu items we offer.
Luckily, the cafeteria staff is very experienced with the foods many of the students enjoy and prefer. We will make every effort to keep those items in rotation.
The new menu will be released on Fridays for the upcoming week, beginning on October 1. The menus will be posted on the website, in the app, and on the parent social media pages.
Thank you for your patience and willingness to be flexible as we try to navigate this very unorthodox time.
Brooke Stebick, Food Services Director
We strive to serve healthy meals in a friendly environment. WB Food Services is looking forward to a great school year. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any concerns or questions. Our contact information can be found on the left.
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