Overwhelmingly, the results show CCSA provides a service that meets centers’ needs, one they can rely on every day. This has been critical during the past year where everything changed regularly.
Celebrate 50 years of Week of the Young Child, a week where we shine a light on all the possibilities children can learn in the classroom. Children learn so much as they enjoy music, explore food and cooking, build together, create art and celebrate their families…
It’s CACFP Week: Create the Nutritious and Delicious Meal, Black Bean and Cheese Enchilada Casserole!
This week is Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) Week! Try this Black Bean and Cheese Enchilada Casserole recipe from our spoonFULL kitchens!
Several parents have told us that when looking for their child’s next school they will only consider programs that provide meals because of the convenience, nutritional aspects and their child’s varied palate and how well they eat at our program thanks to spoonFULL.
Child Care Services Association’s (CCSA) Meal Services Program is now spoonFULL. New name, new look, same great taste! After years of exciting growth, our meal services program needed an update to better reflect who we are and all we have to offer. We’re excited to share with you spoonFULL from the kitchens at CCSA.
Since April 20, 2020, CCSA’s Meal Services’ Durham kitchen has been providing 200 breakfasts and 200 lunches each day to children in Durham through Durham FEAST.