The safety and well being of your child is a top priority for Cumberland County Schools Child Nutrition Services. Child Nutrition Services recognizes there are children in our school system that have special dietary needs. As a department, we can make accommodations for those needs for special diets as ordered by your child’s physician.
To help us properly serve your child, a copy of the Special Diet Order Form (link below) needs to be completed and returned to the Cafeteria Manager and School Office/Nurse. Copies of the form can be printed off below or obtained from the Cafeteria Manager at your child’s school.
Instructions to complete the Special Diet Order Form can be found on page three of the Special Diet Order Form (link below). By accurately completing the information requested on the Order Form, this will us to best care for your child’s dietary needs. Please note: if your child has a food allergy that can result in an anaphylactic shock, a medical condition, or disability that would affect what can be served to them in the school cafeterias, please have your child’s physician complete Part B of the the forms.
Once the forms are returned, our Cafeteria Managers will review all information and make accommodations accordingly and seek guidance from the Registered Dietitian in our main Child Nutrition Office. Meetings can be scheduled with parents, Cafeteria Managers, and other personnel to ensure all questions and concerns are addressed.
Please be aware: Diet Order Forms should be completed and submitted every year.
If you have any questions, please contact the Child Nutrition office at 910.678.2502.
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Published by Jennifer Rozier on February 3, 2017
Special Diets and Food Allergies