CRMS Nutrition

Last Updated: 11/30/2020 8:16 PM

Nutritional Staff

Amanda Driggers - ManagerBrown Paper Bag

Lynn Haralson

Vivian Pittman


PARENTS! Hectic mornings? Allow your child to start his or her day with a healthy school breakfast! 
1. Students who eat school breakfast are more likely to be more alert. Students are more likely to have better concentration and memory.
3. Students are more likely to score higher on standardized tests.

4. Students are more likely to reach higher levels of achievement in reading and math.

5. Students are more likely to maintain a healthy weight.

School Wellness Program and Policy


Local School Wellness PolicyThe 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


"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
(478) 986-1390
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.