School Nutrition Services
School Nutrition Services in Chatham County Schools enters the 2019-20 school year with director Jennifer Ozkurt, whose background as a scientist with the United States Department of Agriculture and work as a registered dietitian positions her as the point person toward pleasing the palates of students and educators with nutritionally sound meals.
Chef Xavier Patterson will add plenty of variety to those options. The twists and turns he makes in the kitchen has the potential to make some of the district's high school seniors rethink going off campus for lunch. His food is that good. Parents and guardians who eat school meals with their students are able to get a taste of that.
Follow training specialist Sabrina Chappell-Strickland on social media: Facebook.com/ChathamCoNutrition; Instagram.com/CCSNutrition; Twitter.com/CCSNutrition. You'll want to keep up with her posts. When she's not, say, championing the importance of eating breakfast, the highly trained food practitioner is offering insight to those who work hard in the district's cafeterias preparing great meals.
Connecting the dots behind the scenes are office administrator Renee Langley and business manager Cecile Teague. Their attention to detail ensures that the district's cafeteria personnel have what they need to provide well-rounded meals to roughly 10,960 students and staff members.
Meal Prices for 2019-2020 School Year
|Middle School (6-8)||Breakfast||$1.50||FREE|
|Middle School (6-8)||Lunch||$3.00||$0.40|
|High School (9-12)||Breakfast||$1.50||FREE|
|High School (9-12)||Lunch||$3.00||$0.40|
|All levels (K-12)||Milk Carton (a la carte)||$0.50||$0.50|
|Adult||Breakfast||a la carte|
|Adult||Lunch||a la carte|
Questions about free or reduced-priced school meals may be directed to School Nutrition Services at 919.542.6600.
The cafeteria manager where your students attend school are able to provide direction regarding money owed for meals at that campus.
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