Approved Snack List
A la Carte Snack Program
Suffolk Public Schools Nutritional Services is excited to announce the return of our a la carte snack program to all schools. Our amazing vendors visited our kitchens and teams last week to set up our chip racks.As we reintroduce snacks, it is even more critical that all students know their lunch numbers.We accept cash payments to accounts. However, any excess money will be placed in the student's account for future use. No change will be provided.
You can add money directly to your student's account at family.titank12.com or on the Titan app.All SPS students remain eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at no cost.Snacks:Chips: $1.00Bottled Water: $1.00Rice Krispie Treat: $1.00Juice Alive (HS Only): $1.50Extra Entree: $3.00*All snacks are subject to change based on availability*
Approved Snack List
Below is a list of suggested snacks that parents may bring for classroom celebrations and school parties:
Special K Red Berry Bars
Quaker Rice Crisps
Oven Baked Potato Chips (Frito Lay)
Wheat Thin (Nabisco)
See the Amazon Healthier Generation Smart Snacks online store for additional items such as:
Pepperidge Farm, 100 calories Whole Grain Cheddar Goldfish
Doritos, Reduced Fat
Nutri-grain Cereal Bars- Mixed Berry
Honey Maid, Teddy Grahams
Cheetos, Cheese Puffs Reduced Fat
Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Treats Whole Grain
General Mills, Simply Chex Snack Mix
Cheetos, Fantastix Flamin Hot
Suffolk Public Schools shall adopt the following nutritional standards for all foods and beverages provided to students on campus during the school day as (i) a school party and (ii) a classroom celebration (excluding food preparation as a part of the instructional curriculum, foods prepared as a part of the instructional curriculum shall not be sold):
- All food and beverages must meet the standards outlined in section (e) above.
- In addition, only prepackaged foods with nutritional labeling may be brought to school for student consumption. Home-prepared foods are not permitted or sold to students during the school day.
- The District will provide parents with information on safe and healthy foods that are acceptable for special events (i.e., classroom parties).