Director of Child Nutrition
Secretary, Child Nutrition
111 School St.
Ph: (304) 822-3528, ext. 151 (Mrs. Haines)
Ph: (304) 822-3528, ext. 140 (Mrs. Davis)
Fx: (304) 822-3540
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Monday - Friday
The link between nutrition, physical activity, and learning is well documented. Healthy eating and activity patterns are essential for students to achieve their full academic potential, full physical and mental growth, and lifelong health and well-being. Healthy eating and physical activity, essential for a healthy weight, are also linked to reduced risk for many chronic diseases. Schools have a responsibility to help students learn, establish, and maintain healthy eating and activity patterns. Well-planned and effectively implemented school nutrition and fitness programs have been shown to enhance students’ overall health, as well as their behavior and academic achievement in school. Staff wellness is an integral part of a healthy school environment since school staff can be daily role models for healthy behaviors. All educators should be advocates for promoting healthy lifestyle choices that are proven to have a positive influence on student achievement and preparation for becoming a productive citizen of the 21st
Declaration of Non-Discrimination -
USDA Statement of NonDiscrimination
“USDA is an equal opportunity provider.”
Online Application for Free/Reduced Meals & Online Meal Payment Available!
Applications @ https://schoolcafe.com/
Income Guidelines for Free and Reduced Lunch for 2018 - NEW
Online Payments @ School Café (also includes app to download for easy payment)