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Welcome to Food & Nutrition Services
Our Mission And Vision "Our Family feeding Your Family
School meals have changed! They are balanced, healthy, and meet federal nutrition guidelines. Research has shown that students who eat school meals perform their best academically. They have better gains in standardized test scores and show improvements in math and reading. Students are offered tasty and appealing foods that limit fat and contain age appropriate portion sizes. Choices include:
- Fresh fruits and vegetables
- Whole grains
- Salads made with romaine and /or spinach
- Baked items rather than fried
- Healthy cooking/preparation techniques
- Low-fat cheese
- Fat free or low-fat milk
School meals are safe! School nutrition professionals have rigorous training in food safety and are taking extra precautions as we do are our part to stop the virus. Our kitchens are subject to least two health inspections annually conducted by the local health department and considered the safest of commercial and institutional food service establishments. The School Board of Franklin County Food and Nutrition Service Department is committed to the nutrition and education of our students. Our mission is to provide nutritious meals that help boost student performance in the classroom. Parents and school nutrition professionals share the same vision to create healthy eating habits for life!
FRANKLIN COUNTY SCHOOLS is pleased to inform you Franklin County will continue to participate in the Community Eligibility Program (CEP). All Schools willl provide healthy breakfasts and lunches each day at NO CHARGE for ALL enrolled students.
USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.