School Nutrition

Summer Meal Sites
Roslyn Foster

                                   School's out! Power up for summer fun. Summer meals for KIDS & TEENS Being served in your community.        

                 SUMMER MEAL SITES IN JONES COUNTY

               JUNE 3 - JULY 26, 2019  11:00 am-1:00 pm

                                GRAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

                              GRAY GARDENS APARTMENTS

                GREATER JORDAN CHAPEL AME CHURCH, HADDOCK

         JONES CO. PARKS AND RECREATION SOUTH COMPLEX HWY 49

                                    ST. JAMES AME CHURCH

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Unpaid Meals and Charge Policies:

PARENTS, YOUR HELP IS NEEDED!

Please be sure to keep enough money in your child's meal account to help us avoid any unpleasant circumstances with students during breakfast and lunch. Meal charges are no longer allowed during the month of May as we prepare for year-end close out of all meal accounts.  MySchoolBucks.com is our school meal payment system that can help track your child's meal activity and available funds on a daily basis. 

School nutrition professionals are passionate about ensuring all students have access to healthy school meals.  They work throughout the year to enroll eligible students in the free or reduced price meals program.  Non-enrolled students must pay for their meals to cover food and labor costs.  When non-enrolled students "charge" meals, unpaid meal debt can quickly accumulate to create a significant financial burden that can impact the quality of meals for all students.  Your support, understanding and cooperation is appreciated.

                                                                                     SCHOOL MEALS

Menu Changes

NOTICE: Menus are posted by individual schools this month so that Managers may reduced inventory for year-end close out.  Menus are still subject to change without notice due to product availability, the availability of USDA commodities; unavailability of certain purchased foods, weather conditions affecting deliveries, future nutrient analysis, etc.         

DID YOU KNOW THAT...One in six, or 13 million children in America live in households without consistent access to adequate food?

Every Monday morning, school nutrition professionals witness this hunger on some of the faces of students eagerly waiting in line for a school breakfast after a long weekend without enough to eat. This is why school meals are so important.  It is our professional obligation and pleasure to serve children with the nutritious meals needed to help them succeed academically. It is also our responsibility to help parents/guardians secure school meals with applications for eligibility.  Applications are accepted throughout the school year. So apply today!

We send our sincere THANK YOU to parents, students and faculty for your continuous support of the School Nutrition Program and its mission of being an integral part of the educational day, to feed minds and bodies.

                     

 

School Wellness Program and Policy

Local School Wellness Policy

The Jones County Board of Education is committed to providing a school environment that enhances learning and development of lifelong wellness practices, including but limited to fostering good eating habits to maintain healthy weight management for a life time.


A healthy school environment goes beyond school meals in the cafeteria. A healthy lifestyle and maintaining a healthy weight requires a combination of healthy food choices and appropriate amount of physical activity.  All foods made available on school campuses should offer children nutritious choices and physical activity should be incorporated into the school day as often as possible. The healthy, physically active child is more likely to be academically successful.

 

Mission of School Nutrition Programs

The mission of the School Nutrition Program is to advance the availability, quality and acceptance of the School Nutrition Program as an integral part of education.

We welcome your constructive comments, questions, and feedback about our program. You may contact

Roslyn Foster, School Nutrition Director 

rfoster@jones.k12.ga.us

(478) 986-1390

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

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