(1) What are the meal prices?
Answer: Breakfast (K-12) $1.25, Lunch (PreK-4) $2.25, Lunch Pre-K (Visitor) $2.75, Lunch (5-12) $2.50, Adults (Staff) $3.25, Adults (Visitors) $3.75, Adults (Holiday Meals) $4.50.
(2) Who do I contact regarding Free and Reduced Meals / Application process?
Answer: Rosette Smith at 615-259-8566 or Misty Johnson at 259-8573.
(3) What if my child has special dietary needs?
Answer: Contact the school nurse and dietitian. These two people work close together to meet the needs of the child (Physician prescription required).
(4) What type of beverage is offered if my child cannot drink milk?
Answer: If your child has a milk allergy, you will need to bring a prescription from the doctor and give to the cafeteria manager to be kept on file. Fruit juice will be given to your child once the cafeteria manager receives the prescription.
(5) What type of foods are offered for children on vegetarian diets?
Answer: Fresh lettuce salads, whole fruits, cooked vegetables and fruit juices are offered daily.
(6) Why is participation in National School Lunch Program important?
Answer: Schools receive money based on the figures that come from these forms, Free and reduced lunch counts determine individual school eligibility for Federal Title 1 Funding, School lunch is more nutritious than what students bring from home, because the school lunch must comply with USDA nutrition standards, Studies show students who eat a nutritious breakfast and lunch learn better and behave better.
(7) Who do I contact with questions or concerns?
Answer: You may contact the School Nutrition Services Administrative Office at 615-259-8472 or 615-259-8467