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Our mission is to provide menu choices that are driven by the needs of our customers, while also being nutritionally sound. To function as a team dedicated to customer service, nutrition education and wellness, while providing high quality meals, which are also affordable and satisfying. We are committed to evaluating and adhering to the highest standards of nutritional care and service to our community.


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to see the school's menu. Look around and find the nutritional values for each selection for the week. 

All students will receive breakfast and lunch at no cost.
Adult meal prices are listed below.
  Daily Weekly
Breakfast $3.00 $15.00
Lunch $4.75 $23.75
Total $5.25 $26.25



Why is breakfast so important?
Eating breakfast at school is one of the smartest ways your child can begin the day. Often students simply don't have enough time in the morning to eat breakfast at home and go to class without eating anything at all. A hungry child just cannot concentrate on learning. Research proves breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It breaks the fasting of our bodies while we sleep and gives us fuel for starting a new day. In most studies, children who eat breakfast improved their grades. Teachers observed increased attentiveness, motivation, self- discipline and concentration in students who participate in the School Breakfast program. Studies have found that children who ate breakfast make fewer mistakes and better grades. 
Also, skipping meals can start poor eating habits which may lead to a risk of obesity.
Why is lunch served at school? 
Every student needs lunch during the school day. Many students would receive no meal or a nutritionally poor meal if they had to bring their own lunch. Research has shown that hungry children cannot learn. A child with an empty stomach is lethargic, irritable and is not able to participate fully in learning experiences. Good nutrition is critical to student achievement.
What is Offer vs. Serve? 
Offer vs. Serve (OVS) allows students to decline a certain number of food items in the meal. The goal of OVS is to allow students the option of declining foods they do not intend to eat to minimize plate waste and encourage schools to offer more food choices.
What is in a breakfast meal? 
A reimbursable breakfast consists of an entrée (2 breads or 1 bread and 1 meat), 1 fruit or fruit juice and milk.
What is in a lunch? 
A reimbursable lunch meal consists of servings of grain, meat/meat alternate, fruit, vegetable and milk.
Are your kitchens inspected? 
Yes. Each kitchen is inspected by the Georgia Department of Public Health twice a year. The results of these inspections are posted in each cafeteria as well as on our website. In addition, we comply with any food safety recall notices when they are issued.