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    Owen J Roberts

    National School Lunch Program

     

    Reimbursable Breakfast: Owen J Roberts provides reimbursable breakfast meals every day. We are an offer versus serve facility and every child is eligible to receive a reimbursable breakfast meal.

    To qualify for reimbursement, SBP sponsors must meet certain requirements depending upon the menu option they have selected for their school. In the Traditional and Food Based Menu Options, there are specific minimum requirements in three food components that consist of four food items. The three food components are Meat/Meat Alternate and/or Breads/Grains, Juice/Fruit/Vegetable and Fluid Milk as a beverage or on cereal or both. (PDE)

     

    Reimbursable Lunch: Owen J Roberts provides reimbursable lunch meals every day. We are an offer versus serve facility and every child is eligible to receive a reimbursable lunch meal.

    To qualify for reimbursement, NSLP sponsors must meet certain requirements depending upon the menu option they have selected for their school. In the Traditional and Food Based Menu Options, they have specific minimum requirements in four food components that consist of five food items. The components are Breads/Grains, Fruit/Vegetable, Meat/Meat Alternate and Fluid Milk. The serving sizes/amounts vary depending on the age of the students. (PDE)

    Click below to see meal components for our schools!

    Elementary/Middle School Meal Components

    High School Meal Components

    Breakfast Meal Requirements 

    Lunch Meal Requirements 

    Nutrition Guide

    Q and A Final Rule 

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