Sounds very processed even if they claim otherwise. Many of those things could be healthish but I really doubt they are. I mean seriously, are they hand patting grass fed into whole wheat buns? Breading and baking chicken breast? Use reduced fat cheese with whole pinto beans in whole wheat tortiallas? No, probably not. I think the truck from Sysco drops it off.
(Disclaimer: no experience with daycare whatsoever. Our preschool doesn't serve lunch but nothing on their list would meet the nutrition policy at our school. Our charter k-6 school is more or less the same).
I'd start with the following items being unacceptable for small children: no white bread or white products at all, at a minimum must be partially whole grain like Barilla plus pasta or real whole wheat; nothing processed with HFCS, not because it is evil but because quality products don't contain it and it is an easy criteria to get rid of processed junk; meal always contains a vegetable of some sortl fruit needs to be fresh 4 of 5 days a week and the day that it is not it needs to be a low sugar version, like no sugar added applesauce. No gmo soy. Meal should be vegetarian at least twice a week. Dessert is not served routinely as part of lunch. Low sugar birthday treats only like unfrosted cake or berry muffin. "Bars" are not food.
Some other ideas:
black beans and rice
pasta soup with whole wheat elbows
marinara with "hidden veggies" with whole wheat pasta, parmesan cheese on the side so kids can great it themselves
tofu, broccoli, and brown rice with soy sauce
fried brown rice
tempeh, rice, and green beans with soy sauce butter
all beef hot dog with baked sweet potato fries
beef vegetable noodle soup
breakfast for lunch- whole grain pancakes with veggie sausage
yogurt bar with unsweetened yogurt and various toppings