We participate in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) through the Department of Education and meet USDA nutritional guidelines. Everyone washes their hands before and after meals, the tables are also disinfected before and after meals. A list of food allergies is posted in the kitchen, in classrooms, and included in each child's file. Alternate foods will be provided for children with allergies. Infants are fed on an individual basis decided by the family and provider, Kirkland's Infant Formula with Iron and Gerber is provided.
* 8:30 Infants and Toddlers
* 9:00 Preschoolers through School Age (when school is not in session)
* 11:30 Infants and Toddlers
* 12:00 Preschoolers through School Age (when school is not in session)
* 3:00 Infants through School Age (when school is not in session)
* 4:00 School Age (when school is in session)
Meals are served family style encouraging the children to serve themselves by pouring their own beverage and spooning food onto their plates. Teachers sit and dine with the children. The food's color, texture, and taste are discussed at mealtimes as well as conversations about the child's day.
Meet our Chef!
Ms. Teri started working at Building Blocks in September of 2015. Teri started her cooking career in South Dakota where she obtained her Culinary Arts Degree from the Culinary Academy of South Dakota. While in South Dakota, Teri was the Chef Manager for Aramark Campus Dining Services and she also served the SDSU and DSU campus'. Teri's favorite part about working at Building Blocks is seeing all the little faces.
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
1411 East 1850 Road Lawrence, KS 66046