Chatsworth Charter High School

Skip to main content
Mobile Menu
School Policies and Procedures » Lunch Policy

Lunch Policy

Chatsworth Lunch Drop Off Policy

 

CCHS commits to operational compliance on all levels encompassing federal, state and District regulations.

 

  •       Students who bring lunch from home must bring it packed with them in the mornings in a lunch box or lunch bag.
 
  •        Deliveries of lunch by parents during the school day are not permitted and will not be accepted.
 
  •        Deliveries made to school by UberEats or any other type of food delivery service ordered by students are not permitted and will be turned away.
  •        If a student forgets their lunch we will make arrangements with the school cafeteria to provide them a school lunch.
 
  •        Please make sure to fill out a lunch meal application to see if student qualifies for a free or reduced lunch.
 

 

Política de entregas de lonche Chatsworth

 

CCHS se compromete al cumplimiento operacional en todos los niveles que abarcan las regulaciones federales, estatales y del Distrito.

 

  • Estudiantes que traen lonche de su casa deben tenerlos con ellos por las mañanas guardadas en su mochila.
 
  • No se permiten las entregas de lonches traídas por los padres durante el día escolar.
  •        Las entregas de lonche hechas a la escuela por UberEats o cualquier otro tipo de servicio de entrega de comida ordenado por estudiantes no están permitidas y serán rechazadas.
 
  •       Si al alumno se le olvida traer lonche,  haremos arreglos con la cafetería para darles un lonche de escuela.
 
  •        Por favor asegúrese de completar la aplicación de lonche /almuerzo para ver si su hijo(a) califica para lonches gratuitos o reducidos.
 
 
 
 
 

CCHS commits to operational compliance on all levels encompassing federal, state and District regulations.

 

  • CCHS adheres to legislation regarding food and beverages on campus during the school day delineated in Bulletin 6292.1.

 

  • The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 required the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to establish nutrition standards for all foods and beverages sold and/or served to students outside the federal reimbursable meal program throughout the school day and on the school campus. Through this authorization, the USDA created national competitive food regulations, known as Smart Snacks in School (SSIS) Rule, which became effective on July 1, 2014.

 

  • Effective July 1, 2014, the USDA Smart Snacks in School Rule mandates that the School Food Authority (SFA) of any national school district ensure that foods and beverages authorized to be sold and/or served at District schools outside of the National School Breakfast, Lunch, and Supper Programs meet federal, state, local and school board nutritional standards and policies.

 

  • CCHS is a public institution subject to these legislations. To be in compliance we do not accept outside food on our campus. 

 

  • Deliveries of lunch by parents and/ or eateries during the school day are not permitted and will not be accepted.