New York City Department of Education Office of Food and Nutrition Services (OFNS)

Thank you for participating in the following survey to support OFNS as it plans for the future. This 6 question survey should take 5-10 minutes to complete, and all feedback shared will be kept anonymous. Thank you for your input! 

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* 1. I am a (please select one):

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* 2. What grade are you (or is your child) in? If you are a parent/guardian and have more than one child, please select the grade of each child.

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* 3. How much do you agree with the following statements?

  Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree Don't Know or Not Applicable
OFNS provides a positive meal experience for all students
OFNS offers students culturally relevant foods
OFNS does a good job at recycling
OFNS does a good job at composting
OFNS does not waste food
OFNS does a good job educating students and families on nutrition
Students have enough time to eat
The cafeteria is a welcoming and enjoyable place to eat
OFNS staff are professional and positive to interact with

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* 4. How can OFNS improve the experience of students eating at school?

  Very Important Somewhat Important Neutral Somewhat Unimportant  Very Unimportant
Expand scratch cooking (less prepackaged food, etc.)
Expand nutrition education to students at school
Expand nutrition education to families at home
Offer students more taste testing opportunities
Create more enjoyable seating/eating areas
Expand collaboration between school gardens and cafeterias
Offer more plant based & vegan entrees on the menu

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* 5. Please describe the quality of your interactions with each of the following:

  Great Good Neutral Fair Poor Not Applicable
Interacting with School Lunch Helpers and/or Senior School Lunch Helpers (i.e. kitchen staff)
Interacting with Cooks in charge

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* 6. Optional: Please share any additional feedback you have that might support OFNS as it creates its new strategic plan and charts its course.

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