|Supervisor||Keith Conner, FMP|
|Program Coordinator||Ellen Stephens|
|Field Manager||Tammy Perry|
The USDA School Nutrition Program began in 1946. The goal of the program is to provide high quality, nutritious meals to all students. The Program is governed by federal and state regulations and the local school board. These regulations were recently updated with the passage of Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act. School lunches contain a variety of foods and offer students exposure to new and exciting choices.
Caroline County School Nutrition Services work to prepare meals for the 4300+ students in our schools. Our department is staffed by 40 dedicated food service technicians, 8 assistant managers, 8 managers, a Field Manager, the Program Coordinator and the Supervisor. We train our staff to provide safe and nutritious meals. The team leaders are ServSafe Certified and Healthy Edge (Building Healthy School Meals) Certified. Many of our staff have completed additional training. All managers hold the School Nutrition Association Level 1 Certification. The departments goal of continued training and development will help ensure your child receives healthy food in a clean, friendly environment.
Substitute Food Service Technicians are an important part of the school food service program. Would you like to join our team? Applications are available online (CLICK HERE) or call the Food Service Office at 633-6732.
“FAMILY APPLICATIONS” for free/reduced meals are available at each school, the central office, and in the document library of this site. FILL OUT JUST ONE APPLICATION AND COVER ALL STUDENTS IN YOUR HOUSEHOLD.
Lunch menus can be accessed either online or via app on your apple or android device.
These links will take you directly to each schools lunch menu. You can use the drop down box on the web page to view the breakfast menu.