It is our goal at the center to provide nutritious meals and snacks that allow the children to grow and become healthy young adults.
The Campus & Community Children's Center participates in the Child and Adult Care Food Program and follows all CACFP guidelines. For more information you can visit the CACFP website at:
Our menus limit sugar, food additives and animal proteins. Gum, candy, and 'junk food' are not permitted at the center.
CCCC is a Peanut-Free Zone: The center recognizes children's allergies and sensitivity toward certain foods. In order to adhere to everyone, we ask that you not bring food to care that contains peanuts or any sort of nut product, as the center is a peanut-free zone.
Snacks & Lunch Policy:
Infants: Young infants will be fed according to his or her own schedule. During lunch, infants not yet eating table food will be served cereals and jarred or pureed foods. CCCC participates in the Child and Adult Care Food Program and is required to provide all of your child's food including iron-fortified formula. Formula is the only food that parents may opt to bring in based on preference (another formula brand or breast milk).
Toddlers: As they grow and start eating solid foods, their eating needs will change and the eating times will be adjusted to the group's schedule. It is recommended that infants try new foods at home first, then parent\guardians can add the new food to the classroom list.
Preschoolers: A nutritious breakfast, hot lunch and afternoon snack are provided for each child attending day care.
Before School Program: an optional breakfast is provided
After School Program: an optional afternoon snack is provided
Holiday Program: an optional breakfast and afternoon snack are provided. Lunch should be brought from home.
UPK Extension: an optional afternoon snack is provided. Lunch should be brought from home.