Northern Door Children’s Center Participates in Child Nutrition Program

Northern Door Children’s Center (NDCC) is a participant in the USDA’s Child Nutrition Program (CNP), part of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction’s School Nutrition Program. As a result of their participation in this program, the staff and administrators have a yearly “Civil Rights Training” in order to inform, educate and support all staff who interact with the CNP.

The training educates the staff as to their rights and responsibilities as administrators of CNP’s and offers information regarding general USDA Civil Rights requirements. The training also includes resources and information that are available to assist staff in carrying out their Civil Rights responsibilities.

As participants in the CNP, NDCC offers free milk to its attending students. If the child or the child’s family are unable to read and comprehend the English language, information about the CNP will be provided in the family’s home language. NDCC provides reasonable accommodations to persons with disabilities in accordance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

Northern Door Children’s Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, or age as an organization providing early care and education services or in its participation in the USDA’s Child Nutrition Program. No child will ever be denied milk, if the child is able to ingest milk, for any reason whatsoever. NDCC is an equal opportunity provider. NDCC is required to make public notification of this information.

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