South Florida House

Glades County

Contacts

Scott Bass
Director
P.O. Box 459
Moore Haven, Florida 33471
Phone: 863-946-0202 ext. 113
Fax: 863.946.1529
scott.bass@gladesschools.org

District Profile

Name of Distict Glades
Student Enrollment 1,205
Total food budget for 2012-2013 School Year 728,126

Number of School Sites

High Schools 1
Elementary Schools 1
K-8 Schools 1

District Demographics (% of Enrollment)

Free 63.00%
Reduced 8.00%
Paid 29.00%

District Nutrition Standards

Menu Planning Option Food Based
Primary Nutrient Standard Power Buying Guidelines
Secondary Nutrient Standard Power Buying Guidelines
A la carte Nutrient Standard Power Buying Guidelines
Trans fat policy We allow limited levels of Trans Fats.
HFCS policy We allow limited high fructose corn syrup.
MSG policy We allow limited MSG.

Average Daily Participation (ADP)

Breakfast 1
Lunch 1
A la Carte $650 Daily

Meal Equivalents

Lunch 1 Lunch = 1 ME

Pricing

Elementary Lunch 1.75
Secondary Lunch 2.00

We consider new products:

September, October, November

Product Information preferences:

Regular Mail

Marketing Material preferences:

E-mail

When purchasing new products, What is most important to us? (1=highest 9=lowest)

Price 1
Quality 2
Student Acceptability 3
Nutritional Value 4
Case/Pack Size 5
Ease of Preparation 6
Recommendations from other districts 7
Vendor demonstration in district 8
Samples and Information from Trade Show 9

Commodities we plan to process in the 2012-2013 school year:

Beef, Chicken, Turkey, Pork, Cheese, Peanut Butter, Beans, Potatoes, Other vegetables, Tomato Paste, Fruit

Martin County

Contacts

Laura Roberts
Director
1050 SE 10th Street
Stuart, Florida 34994
Phone: 772.223.2655
Fax: 772.219.1268
RobertL@martin.k12.fl.us

District Profile

Name of Distict Martin
Student Enrollment 19,000
Total food budget for 2016-2017 School Year 4.6M

Number of School Sites

High Schools 3
Middle Schools 5
Elementary Schools 12
Satellite Schools 4
Summer Program Sites 17

District Demographics (% of Enrollment)

Free 43.50%
Reduced 2.60%
Paid 53.90%

Average Daily Participation (ADP)

Breakfast 4,100
Lunch 10,100
Snack 2,500
A la Carte 3500

Program Participation

Community Eligibility Option

Meal Equivalents

Breakfast 2 Breakfast = 1 ME
Lunch 1 Lunch = 1 ME
Snack 4 Snacks = 1 ME
A la Carte $3.00 = 1 ME

Target Costs

Breakfast 0.53
Lunch 1.75
Lunch Entree 0.70
Fruit-Vegetable Component 0.30
Snack 0.50
A la Carte (by percentage) 0.50

Pricing

Breakfast 1.50
Elementary Lunch 1.85
Secondary Lunch 2.10

Product Information preferences:

Trade Show, House Show, District PBG Meetings

Commodities we plan to process in the 2016-2017 school year:

Beef, Chicken, Turkey, Pork, Eggs, Cheese, Peanut Butter, Potatoes, Tomato Paste, Fruit

Monroe County

Contacts

Melissa Albright
Director
241 Trumbo Road
Key West, Florida 33040
Phone: 305.293.1400 X 53343
Fax:
Melissa.Albright@KeysSchools.com

District Profile

Name of Distict Monroe
Student Enrollment 8,715
Total food budget for 2016-2017 School Year 1.37M

Number of School Sites

High Schools 3
Elementary Schools 3
K-8 Schools 4
Charter Schools 6
Summer Program Sites 7

District Demographics (% of Enrollment)

Free 48.00%
Reduced 4.00%
Paid 48.00%

Program Participation

School Breakfast Program – Universal Free
National School Lunch Program
After School Snack Program
Summer Food Service Program
CCFP

Meal Equivalents

Breakfast 2 Breakfast = 1 ME
Lunch 1 Lunch = 1 ME
Snack 4 Snacks = 1 ME
A la Carte $4 = 1 ME

Pricing

Breakfast 1.75
Elementary Lunch 2.50
Secondary Lunch 2.85

Product Information preferences:

E-mail, Regular Mail, In Person

Okeechobee County

Contacts

Lisa R. Bell
Director
3150 NW 10th Terrace
Okeechobee, Florida 34972
Phone: 863-462-5148 x214
Fax: 863.462.5149
lisa.bell@okee.k12.fl.us

District Profile

Name of Distict Okeechobee Student Enrollment 6,200 Total food budget for 2016-2017 School Year $1,649,993.00

Number of School Sites

High Schools 2
Middle Schools 2
Elementary Schools 5
K-12 Schools 1

District Demographics (% of Enrollment)

Free 80.00%
Reduced 4.00%
Paid 16.00%

Average Daily Participation (ADP)

Breakfast 2,341
Lunch 4,365
Snack 1,213
A la Carte 1060

Program Participation

Meal Equivalents

Breakfast 428801
Lunch 768011
Snack 23042
A la Carte 161124

Target Costs

Breakfast 0.70
Lunch 1.89
Lunch Entree 0.89
Fruit-Vegetable Component 0.49
Snack 0.74
A la Carte (by percentage) ?

Pricing

Elementary Lunch 1.95
Secondary Lunch 2.20

Product Information preferences:

E-mail, Regular Mail

Commodities we plan to process in the 2016-2017 school year:

Beef, Chicken, Turkey, Pork, Fish, Eggs, Cheese, Peanut Butter, Potatoes, Tomato Paste

St. Lucie County

Contacts

DEBORAH WUEST
Director
4204 OKEECHOBEE ROAD
FT. PIERCE, Florida 34947
Phone: 772.429.6224
Fax: 772.429.6226
DEBORAH.WUEST@STLUCIESCHOOLS.ORG

District Profile

Name of Distict St. Lucie
Student Enrollment 39,735
Total food budget for 2015-2016 School Year $8,500,000.00

Number of School Sites

High Schools 6
Middle Schools 3
Elementary Schools 17
K-8 Schools 9
Charter Schools 3
Satellite Schools 2

District Demographics (% of Enrollment)

Free 57.00%
Reduced 1.00%
Paid 9.00%

Average Daily Participation (ADP)

Breakfast 0
Lunch 1
Snack 0
A la Carte 2

Additional Program Participation

Community Eligibility Option

Meal Equivalents

Breakfast 8.40E-02
Lunch 1 Lunch = 1 ME
Snack 4:01
A la Carte 3

Target Costs

Breakfast 0.25
Lunch 1.00
Lunch Entree 0.47
Fruit-Vegetable Component 0.30
Snack 0.18
A la Carte (by percentage)

Pricing

Breakfast 1.00
Elementary Lunch 2.25
Secondary Lunch 2.50

We consider new products:

July, October, April, May, June

Product Information preferences:

E-mail

Advance notice to develop promotion:

1-3 months

Marketing Material preferences:

E-mail, In Person, Trade Show

When purchasing new products, What is most important to us? (1=highest 9=lowest)

Price 1
Quality 2
Nutritional Value 3
Student Acceptability 4
Case/Pack Size 5
Ease of Preparation 6
Recomendations from other districts 7
Vendor demonstration in district 8
Samples and Information from Trade Show 9

Preferred commodity program:

Modified Fee for Service

Commodities we plan to process in the 2015-2016 school year:

Beef, Chicken, Turkey, Pork, Fish, Eggs, Cheese

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