Welcome to the Lumpkin County School Nutrition Program!
Our School Cafeteria Teams are here to provide tasty and nutritious meals for your students and all our customers every school day.
Important Update: As October 9, 2020 the USDA will make it so we can provide all student breakfasts and lunches at no cost through this entire school year! Please click here for details.
Please fill out a Free or Reduced Price application every school year for your household, you may qualify to save money on student meals! Spanish version available. If you prefer we offer an online version.
We offer a convenient online pre-payment service, MyPaymentsPlus, and for free you can sign up and see what your students have bought each day from their meal accounts. For a small fee you can also add money electronically through this service as well.
Menus change up monthly and include seasonal Farm to School local produce; please note with unanticipated school closures due to weather, etc, the menu on the day we return may be that of the prior day.
We do offer summer meals at some locations during June and July 2021:
We can help you with your student's Special Dietary Needs in the cafeteria too, please call Julie at (706) 864-3611 for more information.
All families and community members are invited to join our school-wide efforts to promote health & wellness through each school's Wellness Team team. School Nutrition is charged with implementing our Wellness Policy in schools, teams work to provide fun educational activities for students and assess outcomes annually by school & triennially system-wide. Here you can see fun Wellness based activities from LBES and LCHS - environmental wellness counts too!
The Lumpkin County School Nutrition Program supports and participates in community service with local organizations such Lumpkin Family Connections, Community Helping Place (#LumpkinMatters events), partnership with Lumpkin 4-H, University of North Georgia's Hometown Harvest Project as well as the Georgia Mountain Food Bank which serves Lumpkin & surrounding counties.
Thank you and please contact us with any addition questions or concerns:
Julie Knight-Brown, School Nutrition Director, email@example.com
Mary Grizzle, School Nutrition Assistant, firstname.lastname@example.org
56 Indian Drive,
Dahlonega, GA 30533
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