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Lunch Policies & Procedures

THIS SCHOOL IS A PEANUT-FREE, SHELLFISH-FREE, AND SEAFOOD-FREE SCHOOL

LUNCH ROOM GENERAL GUIDELINES

  • 1. NO food or beverages are to be taken outside of the cafeteria.
  • 2. Students will keep their table and surrounding areas clean.
  • 3. Students will place food trays, cups, and utensils in the bins that are provided.
  • 4.Students are not permitted to leave the cafeteria until the lunch period is over, unless given permission by a staff member.
  • 5. Students will sit at their assigned class table(s).
  • 6. Students will treat others and their food with respect.

LUNCH ROOM HOME-LUNCH GUIDELINES

  • 1. This school is a Peanut-free, Shellfish-free, and Seafood-free school. If your child is bringing a packed snack or lunch, please make sure that it does not contain peanut, shellfish, or seafood.

  • 2. Students must not bring canned foods. We will not provide plates nor can openers. If your child is getting a canned lunch, please open it and place it in a bowl to sent to school.

  • 3. Students must not bring microwavable dinners that take more than 31/2 minutes to heat up. This will create a traffic line for microwave use and it will lessen the amount of time they have to eat.

  • 4. Students must bring their own utensils to eat their lunch.

LUNCH ROOM SNACK GUIDELINES

  • 1. This school is a Peanut-free, Shellfish-free, and Seafood-free school. If your child is bringing a packed snack or lunch, please make sure that it does not contain peanut, shellfish, or seafood.

  • 2. Students must bring their own snacks from home each day.

  • 3. Students’ snacks must be healthy such as fruits, vegetables, crackers, cereal
    bars, etc.

  • 4. Students’ will not bring in candy as a snack. NO CANDY IS PERMITTED.

  • 5. Student’s will not bring soft drinks (sodas) as a snack.


FOOD ALLERGIES

We understand and are sensible to the fact that students may have certain food allergies. If a student has a particular food allergy, please make it known to the office so that we can prepare food accordingly. This school is a Peanut-free, Shellfish-free, and Seafood-free school. If your child is bringing a packed snack or lunch, please make sure that it does not contain peanut, shellfish, or seafood. Families can help ensure that our school stays peanut-free by reading packaging labels and reminding children not to share food with other children at school. We need to make sure that there is little opportunity for a child to be exposed to foods that could harm him/her.


Here is a list of acceptable and unacceptable foods:

  • 1. If your child is bringing a packed snack or lunch, please make sure that it does not contain peanut, shellfish, or seafood.
  • 2. Students must bring their own snacks from home each day.
  • 3. Students’ snacks must be healthy such as fruits, vegetables, crackers, cereal bars, etc.
  • 4. Students’ will not bring in candy as a snack. NO CANDY IS PERMITTED.
  • 5. Student’s will not bring soft drinks (sodas) as a snack.
















Traffic

ARRIVAL/DISMISSAL PLAN

Our children’s safety is of utmost importance; therefore, we have established a traffic plan and procedures to help ensure the safety of every child. Here at the IBCK Educational Center we understand that time is of the essence. Therefore, we have established arrival and dismissal procedures to minimize the time required to drop off and pick up your child.

(Arrival: 7:30am - 8:00am) Supervision begins at 7:30 am in the sanctuary (IBCK church building). Therefore, no student (unless they are part of the Before Care Program) will be dropped off before 7:30 am. It is important for parents to follow traffic signs/cones that indicate the flow of traffic for drop off.

(Dismissal: 3:00pm - 3:15pm) Students leave the school building at approximately 3:00 pm - 3:15 pm (2:00pm - 2:15pm on Wednesdays). Parents must follow the traffic signs/cones that indicate the flow of traffic for pick-up. Students will be with their teacher and the teacher will walk them to their car to ensure safety.

Car Line Safety and Etiquette

  • > When picking up and dropping off your child(ren):
  • > Be patient, careful, and watchful
  • > Go slowly
  • > Face forward when moving
  • > Stop at least six feet from the car in front of you
  • > No cell phone use as this can be a significant distraction
  • > Do not pass cars unless directed to do so by school personnel
  • > Stay in your car and allow school personnel or their designee to assist your child in or out of the vehicle

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Proverbs 22:6