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A103 - Meal Supervision Guidelines

 Administrative Letter #103 Meal Supervision Guidelines - Approved 11/7/2014


DATE:            November 7, 2014

FROM:          Richard Holmes, Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Education

                        Rex Wilkey, Assistant Superintendent for Elementary Education

                        Sharon Stucki, Child Nutrition Coordinator 

SUBJECT:     Meal Supervision Guidelines

DEFINITIONS

This administrative letter has been established to create a standard for meal supervision that is fair and equitable for both elementary and secondary schools. It is the responsibility of the school administration to oversee breakfast and lunch supervision. 

Individuals who fulfill the assignments listed below are under contract and will receive a standard meal but no financial compensation. Meal supervision may include assignments inside and outside during the designated period 

  • Common to all secondary schools (grades 6-12) will be supervision up to six (6) individuals chosen at the discretion of the principal (i.e. principal, assistant principal, school resource officer, custodial staff, etc.).
  • Common to all elementary schools (including Enterprise Elementary K-6) will be supervision up to five (5) individuals who serve in the following positions: principal, site coordinator or designee, lunch clerk and custodial staff.

 

GUIDELINES AND STANDARDS for PAID SUPERVISION 

The Washington County Child Nutrition Department pays for meal supervision. The employee hired will be paid at the current hourly rate set for meal supervision; 1) A Certified supervision employee will receive a standard meal plus the hourly set rate; 2) A Classified supervision employee is paid at the set rate but does not receive a meal. For part-time employees, the total employee time must be within the guidelines set for part-time no benefits.

Elementary Grades K-5 (Enterprise K-6)

TOTAL ENROLLMENT

LUNCH SUPERVISION

HOURS

300

2

301

3

  400+

4

 

PAID BREAKFAST SUPERVISION

 

Up to 1 hour

 

Intermediate and Middle School Formula Grades 6-9 

  • Based on total school enrollment, the formula will be one-hundred students to one meal supervisor (100/1)
  • Meal supervision for breakfast will not be a paid position 

High School Formula Grades 10-12 

  • One meal supervision employee per service window - the window designation will be specific to each high school and will be assigned by the Washington County School District Child Nutrition Coordinator.
  • One cafeteria meal monitor
  • Meal supervision for breakfast will not be a paid position 

 

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