On behalf of Global Outreach Charter Academy, we are happy to welcome you back and wish you a healthy school year.
We are pleased to announce that as part of its ambitious nutritional strategy GOCA continues to participate in the National School Meal Programs offering healthy breakfasts, lunches, and snacks AT NO CHARGE TO ALL STUDENTS. Moreover, in continuous effort of improving health and wellbeing of each GOCA student, and according to new USDA standards, we are privileged to offer even healthier meals throughout 2015-2016 school year. School meals are packed with all vital nutritional essentials such as milk, fresh fruit and vegetables, proteins and grains, with less saturated fat and portion size for healthier and happier lives of our students.
But good news doesn’t come alone! Our school is proud to announce that Turnaround Solutions Catering Company, professional nutrition provider, is our new food service management company who is eager to help our school introduce new changes while creating pleasant experiences in our cafeterias. Our ultimate goal is to attract and enroll each single Global Outreach Charter Academy student to discover the beauty and goodness of healthy eating in a new appealing perspective.
School Meal Programs remain of great value and convenience to our families. Together with Turnaround Solutions we look forward to welcoming your children in our cafeterias this fall. To learn more about GOCA’s nutritional strategy, menu or meals schedule hours, please click HERE to visit our school’s website Dining Services
Nutritious meals play a vital role in the health and well-being of all GOCA students and form an essential foundation for strong academic and athletic performance and success. Global Outreach Charter Academy remains highly committed to enhancement and enrichment of its nutritional strategy through introduction of innovative menu items in a creative and appealing way for even healthier meals with emphasis on more fresh fruits and vegetables served on a daily basis.
“Schools are an ideal place for establishing life-long healthy eating habits.” Karen J. Coleman
“A child’s body needs nutrition, not just food.” Julie Webb Kelley