Vicki Reddick, Manager/Supervisor
611 Pine Street, Sylvania, GA 30467
Phone: 912-451-2400 Fax: 912-451-2401
Come join the Screven County Board of Education School Nutrition Wellness Team. Contact Vicki Reddick @ 451-2400 or email@example.com for more information.
Screven County School System is made up of excellent faculty, students, and activities ensuring a great school experience. The nutrition program is no exception and provides our students with high quality breakfast and lunch at no cost to the parent or student. La Rochefoucauld states, "To eat is a necessity, but to eat intelligently is an art." Our food service staff understands this concept and the connection between good nutrition and achieving excellence in both academics and all other activities. Our menus allow students to make intelligent food choices that will lead them to better health both in school and out.
The dedicated staff of the Screven County Food Nutrition department work to provide students with exceptional food that is nutritious, attractive and diverse. Our primary goals are to provide great customer service, to teach students about nutrition and its importance on their health and productivity, and to stay on the cutting edge of what is new in nutrition and food service. We will work hard to implement these things into our program, thereby providing our kids with the best nutrition and in turn the best opportunity both in their school career and beyond.
The Screven County School Nutrition Department operates under the NSLP and NSBP. We offer meals at no charge under the Provision 2 option. We offer several choices of nutritionally balanced meals that fall within federal guidelines of the recommended RDA's. We encourage students to eat breakfast and lunch with us daily.
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