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School Nutrition

Whitney Thornton, School Nutrition Director


Over the past two years, it has been our pleasure to serve meals at no cost to all students, regardless of income. However, the federal funding required to continue feeding all students at no cost for the upcoming school year has not been granted by Congress.

Friendship, Gadsden, and Maury City Elementary school students will continue to receive meals at no cost for the 22-23 school year due to being a Provision 2 or CEP school.

Breakfast will remain at no cost for Crockett County Middle School and Crockett County High School students. Free and reduced lunch meals will still be available to those CCMS and CCHS students who qualify based on household income via free and reduced meal applications. All other CCMS and CCHS students must pay full price ($2.85) for their lunches. Free and reduced meal applications will be sent home with students at the beginning of the school year and will also be available at Open House. Applications may also be completed online at www.schoolcafe.com/crockettcs as well.

Crockett County School Nutrition remains committed to providing safe, healthy, and enjoyable meals to our students. We thank you for the support that you have given to us over the last several years, and we look forward to continuing to do what we love most- feeding our children!


NONDISCRIMINATION STATEMENT

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This institution is an equal opportunity provider. 

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The Crockett County Schools Nutrition Program’s vision is to serve nutritious meals at breakfast and lunch, keeping our students healthy and ready to learn.

 

Documents

If your child needs a dietary modification please click on link below to print. Please complete form by a licensed medical professional and submit to the cafeteria manager at your child's school.

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