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Nutrition SHI Assessment 2017-2018

The Lincoln County Schools Healthy School Teams completed the Nutrition Services SHI for the 2017-18 school year.  The schools use the index to identify and prioritize needs that will improve policies and programs.  The needs identified by each school have been addressed at the school level.  If there are questions or concerns, please contact your child's school.
 
The strengths and needs are identified as follows:
 
Blanche School:
 Strengths:  Breakfast and Lunch available to all students
                    Variety of food offered
                    Provide enough time to eat
                    Clean and Safe cafeteria
Needs:        Collaborate with teachers to incorporate nutrition ed. into the classroom
                    Increase farm to school activities
                    Develop incentives for healthy eating
 
Flintville School:
Strengths:  Breakfast and Lunch available to all students
                    Variety of foods offered
                    Enough time to eat provided
                    Clean, Pleasant, Safe cafeteria
                    Promote healthy food and beverage choices
Needs:        Collaboration between nutrition services staff and teachers for nutrition ed.
                    Increase farm to school activities
 
Highland Rim School:
Strengths:  Breakfast and Lunch available to all students
                    Variety of foods available
                    School meals low in fat and skim milk available
                    Adequate time to eat
                    Safe and clean cafeteria
Needs:        Few sites outside of cafeteria offer low fat items
                    Preparedness for Food emergencies
 
Lincoln County High School:
Strengths:  Breakfast and Lunch available to all students
                    Variety of fruits and vegetables offered
                    Promotes healthy food and beverage choices
                    Adequate time to eat
                    Food Service staff have continued ed./training
Needs:        Cleaning tables, floors between lunch periods
                    Training for biological threat or hazards
 
Ninth Grade Academy:
Strengths:  Staff training
                    Adequate time to eat
                    Emergency/Safety Preparedness
Needs:        Variety of foods, fruits, and vegetables
                    Outside venues point of sale
                    Menu accessibility
                    Environment
                    Education programs
 
South Lincoln School:
Strengths:  Breakfast and Lunch Available to all students
                    Healthy Choices Offered
                    Food is appealing and tasty
Needs:        Offer skim milk
 
Unity School:
Strengths:  Variety of offerings in school meals
                    Healthy food preparation practices
Needs:        Farm to School Activities
                    Collaboration between nutrition services staff and teachers