We serve an early morning snack, breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack, and evening snack. We use organic milk, cage-free eggs, and the freshest produce seasonally available. Our meals are prepared with care daily and on-site to make sure we are providing the highest quality food to our children. All meals and snacks are served around the table and children are offered and encouraged to try a variety of foods. Menus are posted in the lobby and substitutions are noted daily. Our menu changes seasonally three times a year, adding new flavors and sensations to the food we serve. Please click on the corresponding seasons to download our spring/summer/fall/winter menus. Wee Care Academy is part of the CACFP (Child and Adult Care Food Program) and follows all USDA nutrition guidelines for children.*
Allergies and Special Diets
We are very conscientiousness with children who need food substitution for medical reasons. We have experience cooking and baking for children who have minor to severe nut, wheat or gluten, egg, dairy, and other allergies and will make those substitutions with documentation from your child’s pediatrician at no extra charge.
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