Dining Center - Parent Survey

In partnership with our food service management company, NexDine, we are examining the role that food and meal times play in the life of our school. We will explore (together with you, faculty and students) ways in which we might improve our meal and snack program.   We are also motivated to conduct this assessment by the growing awareness of the benefits that wholesome, nutritionally sound meals, snacks and beverages confer on our students, supporting their overall development and readiness to learn.  Please consider this survey as an important step in aligning our food service with our mission to educate the whole person.

We ask that you complete and submit the survey by April 13, 2016.  We have conducted a similar survey with our faculty and will soon ask students to provide their input into the process.

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* 1. In a typical week, how many days does your son purchase lunch in the cafeteria?

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* 2. If your son purchases lunch less than 5x per week in the cafeteria, what is/are the reason(s)? You may choose more than one reason.

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* 3. In a typical week, how many days does your son purchase breakfast in the cafeteria?

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* 4. If your son does not purchases breakfast in the cafeteria, what is/are the reason(s)?   You may choose more than one reason.

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* 5. In a typical week, how many times does your family eat a meal outside the home?

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* 6. When your family does eat outside the home, what type(s) of restaurants do you prefer?  You may choose more than one answer.

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* 7. What types of beverages does your family purchase and drink at home?

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* 8. Which selection below represents the importance of nutrition for your family?

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* 9. Do you feel that food service at Salesianum should consider wellness and sound nutrition in the food options available to our students?

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* 10. Please add any comments or concerns regarding food service at Salesianum.  

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