The Child Nutrition Program serves nutritious, appetizing, and affordable meals to EBR students. The administration believes that good nutrition is the key to learning and every child has the right to a nutritious breakfast and lunch at the lowest possible price.
BACK TO SCHOOL 2018-2019
Continuing To Improve School Meals For Students
- Good Nutrition Workbook
- It’s Cool To Eat Breakfast At School
- It’s Cool To Eat Lunch At School
- Fruits and Vegetables Coloring Book
- CNP Summer Meals Flyer 2018
EBR Schools “Touch ‘n Go Scanning in the Cafeteria
- Finger Scan
- Palm Vein Reader
- Biometric Finger Scanning: Myths and Facts
- Choose My Plate (choosemyplate.gov)
Student Meal Prices:
Breakfast and Lunch — No Charge to any EBRPSS students in all grades
Online Meal Payments
Available Aug 01, 2018 at www.myschoolbucks.com
Note: A fee of $2.50 per transaction is charged by the merchant processing company for use of the credit card payment service.
- Pay With A Credit Card
- Secure transactions
- Account security
- Child data Protection
- Eliminate NSF Checks
- View account balance and history
- Decrease checks and cash handling….
Changing The Way We Do Food
We are part of the health infrastructure. We have gradually changed the students eating habits without their knowledge. This year they are eating whole wheat bread, whole wheat pizza, more fresh fruits and vegetables and they do not know the difference. Students at school have a choice of fat free skim white milk, fat free strawberry and chocolate flavored milk, and 1% white milk which are all low in fat. Eating healthy foods at school will have a lasting effect for the rest of their lives. We have made a difference and continue to make a difference. You eat with your eyes first and the East Baton Rouge Parish Child Nutrition Program is working diligently to provide both eye appealing and nutritious meals for our students on a daily basis.
Child Nutrition Program
3000 N. Sherwood Forest Blvd.
Baton Rouge, LA 70814
Map to Office – click here
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