"The Mission of the School Nutrition Program is to be a partner in the educational process by providing quality meals at a reasonable price and nutrition education opportunities for students that promote healthy children, Ready to Learn. Through good nutrition and healthy habits, every child in Thomas County Schools will be challenged, prepared and successful."
School Nutrition Bid Information
Commodity Processing IFB for SY 2019 were issued and received February 28, 2018. Thomas County School Board will meet March 13, 2018 to review and approve Commodity IFB. Thomas County School Nutrition will notify companies of bid results after board meeting. Please feel free to contact us for questions.
Food and Supply IFB's for SY 2019 will be issued May 10, 2018 and received June 1, 2018. Thomas County School Board will meet June 12, 2018 to review and approve all IFB. Thomas County School Nutrition will notify companies of bid results after board meeting. Please feel free to contact us for questions.
Summer Food Service Program
June 4, 2018 - July 27, 2018
The Summer Food Service Program helps children get the nutrition the need to learn, play and grow during the summer when school is out.
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Summer Feeding Flyer
What is Shake It Up?
A movement to change the culture of school nutrition by focusing on three key areas; Tasty Meals, Friendly Cafeterias and Happy Schools.
This initiative was created by the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) School Nutrition Team in partnership with the State School Superintendent and State Board of Education .
Watch the video created by Union County High School Multimedia to learn more!
Thomas County Schools receives "Shake It Up Gold" recognition for SY 2018!
Visit GaSNP's Georgia Farm to School Website for more information: http://gafarmtoschool.org/
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Director of School Nutrition
Ph: (229) 225-4380, ext. 139
Fax: (229) 227-2411
School Nutrition Administrative Assistant
Ph: (229) 225-4380, ext. 138
Fax: (229) 227-2411