School Nutrition

Update Regarding School Meals During Closure

Meals are still available during the summer, albeit not from the school system.
You can input your address on the No Kid Hungry webpage to find the closest location for meal service. 
Additionally, F.I.S.H. (Faith In Serving Humanity) provides meals during the summer to families in need.  Contact F.I.S.H. directly at 770-207-4357.

School Nutrition Program

The Walton County School District Nutrition Program strives to provide nutritious, affordable and appealing meals to all of our customers. Meals are prepared in a food-safe environment and served in a manner that encourages students to participate in the School Nutrition Program.

School Nutrition employees follow menus and prepare meals according to standardized recipes to ensure that students receive meals that meet current USDA menu planning guidelines (found in the Health Hunger Free Kids Act of 2010). Our goal is that our students are ready to learn when they get to the classroom. Hungry children can't learn so we feel School Nutrition is a vital part of a child's education. School Nutrition employees are competent, friendly, and nurturing as they prepare and serve meals.

We are committed to improving childhood nutrition in all schools across the district, and leading the way with better nutrition. Menus are planned to ensure a balance between optimal nutrition and student acceptance.

Our staff of 130 employees serve approximately 11,789 meals each day to the students of Walton County. 
Summer meals are available through F.I.S.H. -- contact F.I.S.H. directly at 770-207-4357, or click here for information.  You can also enter your ZIP code in the FNS Summer Food Rocks website. 

Goals & Objectives

The School Nutrition Program's Goals and Objectives are to:
  • Serve nutritious breakfast and lunch daily in all schools that meet the nutritional needs of students.
  • Stimulate student and adult meal participation through promotions and nutrition education.
  • Support the Local School Wellness Policy.
  • Effectively communicate sound nutrition education with staff, parents, and the community.
  • Operate a self-sufficient, financially sound program.

Contact Us

Susan Elsner
[email protected]

Donna Coleman
[email protected]

Deborah Prickett
Phone: (770) 266-4431
Fax: (770) 266-4437
SNP office address:  
1820 Hwy 11
Monroe, GA 30656 

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