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Children's Center

Children's Center
Physical Address:
421 Sweet Avenue
Moscow, Idaho

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 4101
Moscow, ID 83844-4101

Phone:  (208) 885-6414
Fax: (208) 885-2107
Email: uikids@uidaho.edu

Hours

Children's Center Hours:
Monday-Friday
7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.



Photo of a Toddler Feeding Herself

Meal Menus

The Children's Center Food Service Coordinator prepares healthful breakfasts (8:30-9 a.m.), lunches (11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.) and snacks (2:30-3:15 p.m.) for students each day. 

Children's Center Menu for January 26th-30th

Meals

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Breakfast
8:30-9 a.m.

Rice Krispy's Cereal
Orange slices
Milk

WW toast
Jelly
Diced pears
Milk

Homemade muffin
Mixed fruit
Milk


Rice Chex Cereal
Tropical fruit
Milk

Buttermilk biscuit
Applesauce
Milk

Vegetarian:




Lunch
11:30 a.m.
-12:15p.m.

Turkey & cheese wrap
Tomato soup
Apple slices
Milk

Meatloaf
Sweet potatoes
Tropical fruit
Milk

Egg & cheese frittata
Bread 
Mixed veggies
Mandarin oranges
Milk

Chicken burrito
Black beans
Pineapple
Milk

Chicken nuggets
ketchup
Green beans
Diced peaches
Milk
            
Vegetarian:  Cheese wrap Veggie meatloaf
Veggie chicken burrito Veggie nuggets
Snack
2:30-3:15 p.m.

Individual pizza
Milk
Water

Soft tortilla
jelly
Mandarin oranges
Water

Tortilla chips
salsa
Diced pears
Water

Breadstick
Cucumber slices
Water

Vanilla yogurt
Graham crackers
Water
This institution is an equal opportunity provider

About the Meals:

  • Breakfast includes milk, fruit or juice or a vegetable, whole grain or enriched bread or a bread alternative.
  • Lunch includes milk, meat or a meat alternative, two or more vegetables and/or fruit options, whole grain or enriched flour or bread alternate and other foods.
  • Snack includes two of the following: milk, vegetable and/or fruit, whole grain bread or enriched flour or bread alternate, meat or meat alternate. 

About Mealtime:

  • Meals are served family style. Children are encouraged to serve themselves if they are able to do so. While children are encouraged to try at least one bite of each food item, they are not forced to eat all the things they don't like. A child may request seconds and the teacher will encourage healthy portions and balanced choices by modeling them.
  • Developmentally appropriate table manners and etiquette will be modeled and encouraged for all children. We would like to be sensitive and considerate of all family cultures on this matter.
  • Teachers sit at the table with children during meal times as good role models. Any parents who are visiting the Center at meal /snack times are also encouraged to sit at the table beside their child/children. 
  • If your child will not be here during the meal and snack times, please make alternate arrangements for your child to eat. We are unable to hold meals for your child, due to health regulations.
  • We request that parents do not take food out of the Center. Please give children enough time to finish before leaving.