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School Nutrition

School Nutrition Information

The School Nutrition staff at each school invites and encourages your child’s participation in the breakfast, lunch, and snack programs.  Nutritious meals and snacks are planned, prepared, and served daily.  Each week’s meals meet the dietary guidelines for students in the specified grade levels.


MY LUNCH MONEY:  Pay for school meals online with “MY LUNCH MONEY”. Easy-to-use, convenient, private and secure.  Simply go to the website to enroll and to start using the site to deposit funds into your student’s lunch account.  Once your account is established, you can check balances or fund the account anytime from your home computer, phone, or fax.  Your child’s information is safe—it stays at school.  Your personal and credit card information is protected by the most advanced internet security.  Call 800.479.3531 or visit for more information. The service is mobile-friendly, and you can set up for it to alert you if your child's account has a low balance.

Secure Dropbox: For after hours convenience, a secure dropbox for free and reduced applications is provided at the Auxiliary Services Office, located at 18201 Hwy 80 West, Statesboro, GA 30458.

Breakfast: Breakfast for Students will cost $1.00. Students who qualify for Free or Reduced price lunches will also qualify for Free or Reduced price breakfasts.

There is a No Charge Policy for all high school students.  Elementary and middle school students are allowed to charge their meals for up to five days if they do not have cash funds or funds available on their account.  Negative balance letters are sent home weekly to parents.


Healthy Plate; Not Weight - New USDA Nutrition Standards
You may like your chicken fried, but as changes to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National School Nutrition Program (SNP) standards are implemented locally in Bulloch County’s public schools, the once Wednesday menu tradition has... Continue
Posted by: Hayley Greene.
Published: 11/28/12

Additional Resources


 Megan Blanchard
 Director of School Nutrition

    Lisa Leone
     Administrative Assistant
    Jean Bragg

 Faye Lee
 Tech Liaison/ Project Manager

 Ray Ann Lee  

 Nutrition Specialist

 Paul Curry