As we change seasons into fall and cooler weather, we have also updated our lunch menus. We will be offering more soups and baked potatoes along with seasonal fruits and vegetables. We will not offer the salad bar everyday but will have different salad entrees once a week. Be sure to check out the school menus and remember breakfast and lunch are free to all students at the four elementary schools and the middle school. The schools will also host a traditional Thanksgiving meal in November. Check the date for your school and plan to eat with your child.
Even if your child plans to bring their lunch they are still welcomed to come through the line and pick up items such as milk, fruit, and a sandwich. If they choose three of the five meal components one being a fruit or vegetable the meal is reimbursable.
If you have any questions feel free to contact me at (706) 297-7052.
School Nutrition Director
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