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Food and Nutrition Services
  Quick links for this page: Program Goals & Department Staff School Menus High School, FF&VP information Meal Costs (including info on our online prepayment service) Free & reduced meal information Requests for Meal Modifications to serve children with special dietary needs-more information- Directory of Production Kitchens Catering   Program… Read more


Finding School Lunch Menus on the District Website
Once in a while a member of the public calls and wants to know where to find a specific piece of information on our district website. The most recent question has been about accessing school lunch menus. Following is a link that will  provide quick access to school lunch menus,… Read more


TouchBase FAQs
Davenport Community Schools has launched an online fee payment system, TouchBase.  TouchBase offers you the convenience of paying student fees and fines online with a major credit card or debit card.  You can also add funds to your student’s lunch money account. To access TouchBase, you will need a Parent… Read more


Mid City High Lunch Buddies Program Reads with Fillmore Students
Once a week, Service Learning and iJAG students from Mid City go to Filmore Elementary School to mentor their “lunch buddies.” Students enjoy reading aloud with the elementary students. Service Learning students participate in a variety of community-based activities designed to help students understand the importance of serving others in the community....


Community Eligibility Plan (CEP)
The Community Eligibility Plan (CEP) is a program under the Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010. Students in qualifying schools will receive breakfast and lunch during the school year at no charge to their families. Families whose students attend these schools will not need to complete an application for the Free and Reduced Lunch program, however they will want to complete a simple, one-page Household Economic Survey form to see if their student can be considered for a fee waiver. For any questions in determining the household income information, please...


Kimberly Center Students Explore Career Paths
Kimberly Center High School students recently participated in two career exploration events in the Iowa Quad Cities. First, on September 27th, students visited a “Lunch N’ Learn” that featured guest speakers from Genesis Healthcare. During the event, students and Genesis staff ate lunch together while students asked questions about the careers in nursing and other professions at Genesis. The Next Lunch N’ Learn will take place on Tuesday October 29th, and the highlighted profession will be Police Officer. Next, as part of National Manufacturing Day on October 4, Kimberly...


Administrative Regulation 305.01A
BUS. & NON-INSTR. OPER. Food and Nutrition Services School lunch and breakfast are available to all students in the district. For buildings that are not equipped with food preparation equipment, lunches will be prepared in kitchens at other buildings and transported to those buildings at the proper time when school is in session. Meal Prices The Supervisor of Food & Nutrition Services will maintain adequate records with details of cost factors that enable prompt decisions on necessary prices for meals to students that will provide sufficient income to prevent...


Buchanan Elementary Students’ Pen Pal Program with St. Ambrose University
Buchanan Elementary 5th graders recently worked on their letter writing skills by taking part in a pen pal project with St Ambrose students from the Teacher Education Program. Students met their pen pals at a lunch hosted by Dr. Tom Carpenter, Department Chair of the St. Ambrose Teacher Education Program. DCS Superintendent Dr. Tate was also in attendance at the lunch, and talked to the students about their future college plans. Students ended their visit to St. Ambrose with a tour of the campus.


Administrative Regulation 505.12A
...activity means: Where the normal school activity is an educational program of the district for which student attendance is compulsory, a “material and substantial disruption” is any disruption which interferes with or impedes the implementation of that program. Where the normal school activity is voluntary in nature (including, without limitation, school athletic events, school plays and concerns, and lunch periods), “material and substantial disruption” is student rioting, an unlawful seizure of property, widespread shouting or boisterous demonstration, a sit-in, stand-in, walk-out, or other related form of activity. In order for...


Board Policy 303 – Expenditures
Board Policy Administrative Regulation 303.01 Purchasing Policy (Reviewed 9/26/11 (Revised 6/9/14) 303.01A 303.02 Opening of Bids (Revised 10/26/09) (Reviewed 7/14/14) 303.02A 303.03 Capital Assets (Adopted 9/27/10)   303.04 Purchase Orders (Delete 6/11/07)   303.05 Items to be Stocked (Delete 6/11/07)   303.06 Receiving Supplies and Equipment (Revised 6/11/07) (Revised 5/14/12) 303.06A 303.07 Approval Read more