Caroline County Public School Nutrition Department is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children without charge. Meals will be provided, on a first come, first serve basis, at our site.
Caroline High School
Monday – Thursday (closed Friday)
Breakfast 8:00 – 8:45
Lunch 11:00 -12:30
*Times are subject to change.
Program is scheduled to begin on 06/04/18 and end on 07/03/18
Please contact Ellen Stephens at 804-633-6732 for questions.
As part of our ongoing staff training and development, Tammy Perry, our Field Manager, completed her final Servsafe class of this school year. Everyone in the class passed the exam and are now Servsafe certified.
We are very pleased to announce Kim Cobb was part of this training and received her ServSafe Certification for the first time!
We are excited to expand our Digital Menu/Messaging System to Lewis & Clark Elementary School. We currently have this system in three of our six locations. We plan to have this system implemented in all locations by the start of the new school year.
This digital signage is an expansion of our partnership with Nutrislice. Nutrislice provides mobile app and web based access of our menus and nutritional information.
We are excited to introduce Penelope. She is the new mascot for CCPS Nutrition Services Department. As part of our Ag Day celebration Penelope visited schools to be introduced to students and staff.
Our department donated the book “These Bees Count!” by Alison Formento to each school library. Several Agriculture students from Caroline High School visited our elementary schools to read this book to students.
Today marks the beginning of National School Breakfast Week. Schools are celebrating the “I Heart School Breakfast” theme in various ways. A healthy breakfast at the start of the day is one way to ensure students are getting the best education possible!
National Nutrition Month® is a nutrition education and information campaign created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and celebrated annually in March . The campaign focuses on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. This years theme for National Nutrition Month® encourages everyone to realize the numerous benefits healthy eating habits offer, but it also urges everyone to find ways to cut back on food waste. Learning how to manage food resources will help you “Go Further with Food”, while saving both nutrients and money.
For handouts and tipsheets click here to visit eatright.org.