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Meals, foods and beverages sold or served at schools meet state and federal requirements based on the USDA Dietary Guidelines.

All meals, foods and beverages are prepared and served by qualified child nutrition professionals.

We provide students with access to a variety of affordable and appealing foods that meet the health and nutrition needs of students.

Our menus offer several choices of foods at breakfast and lunch.  Students do not have to take all items offered, however they must select a minimum number of food items to make a complete meal (also known as a reimbursable meal).  Students also must select a (1/2 cup) fruit at breakfast and a (1/2 cup) fruit or vegetable at lunch for the meal to be considered reimbursable.  Any student who does not select a (1/2 cup) fruit or vegetable and the minimum number of items required for a reimbursable meal will be charged a la carte prices for each item selected.

Meal Prices      Extra Sales
  Elementary Middle High Adult      
Breakfast $1.00 $1.25 $1.25 $2.00   Milk $0.50
Lunch $1.90 $2.10 $2.10 $3.25   100% Fruit Juice (4 oz.) $0.40

Adult Meal prices:Breakfast $2.00 Lunch $3.25

Meal Charges

Elementary:
Students will be allowed to charge school meals up to the approved limit of three (3) lunch meals. If three (3) meal charges have occurred, an alternate meal will be served (e.g. peanut butter sandwich or a cheese sandwich with milk for lunch).  Parents will be notified of negative balances two times per week by telephone call from the School Messenger system.

Middle:
Middle School students are not allowed to charge breakfast meals.
Students will be allowed to charge school meals up to the approved limit of three (3) lunch meals. If three (3) meal charges have occurred, an alternate meal will be served (e.g. peanut butter sandwich or a cheese sandwich with milk for lunch). Parents will be notified of negative balances two times per week by telephone call from the School Messenger system.

Middle School students will NOT be allowed to charge meals during the month of May (end of year).


High:
High School students are not allowed to charge meals. 

All School Levels:
All charges must be paid by May 1st of each school year.
 

Students will not be allowed to charge extra milk, extra entrees, ice cream, or any type of A La Carte items. Students may not purchase milk, ice cream, any extra food items, or any A La Carte items if their account has a negative balance.

Adults are not allowed to charge.

NSF Checks

Checks returned due to insufficient funds are sent to Envision Payment Solutions for collection, telephone number 1-877-290-5460 or 770-709-3100.

Remaining Funds
It is the responsibility of a student’s parent/guardian to claim any remaining funds (positive balances) on their student’s account at the end of the school year. If you wish to transfer the balance to a sibling or to donate the funds to the NCSS School Nutrition Program, you must provide the request in writing to the School Nutrition Manager at your child’s school. Any unclaimed funds will be remitted to the Georgia Department of Revenue, Unclaimed Property Program.



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