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School Nutrition

The Towns County Schools Breakfast and Lunch Menus have changed. The Elementary School now has a separate menu than the Middle & High Schools.

Towns County Wellness Policy

Read our Competetive Food Policy

March Menus

Elementary-Pre K Menu

Middle-High School Menu

You can pay for your child's school meals online.


Welcome to Towns County School Nutrition!

Towns County School Nutrition is dedicated to providing wholesome, nutritious meals to the students of Towns County with an opportunity to eat breakfast and lunch every day. Towns County’s School Nutrition Program is regulated by USDA's National School Lunch Program (NSLP) which has recently been revised to better meet the Dietary Guidelines of Americans 2010.

The updated regulations require schools to offer more whole grains, fruits, vegetables, including leafy greens, red/orange vegetables, beans and legumes.  Additionally, school meals should have less fat, specifically saturated and trans fats, less added sugars and less sodium.

Our menus provide a variety of healthy choices that meet the new requirements including homemade entrees, fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grain breads, freshly prepared salads and sandwiches.  The meals are affordable, nutritious, and served by school nutrition professionals who care about children.

These meals contribute to a successful academic experience and encourage a lifetime of healthy eating. School cafeterias are learning centers where students, teachers, and parents develop sound nutritional practices that support a healthy lifestyle. The school nutrition program provides the fuel for student learning.

Parents and community members are welcome to join us for meals in our cafeterias, just call 706-896-4131, ext. 2229, to let us know in advance of your plans to visit.

 Raising The Bar on Student Nutrition

When students have a healthy breakfast, they are better able to concentrate and learn in the classroom. Studies show that students who eat breakfast do better in school and on tests, have less trips to the school nurse for headaches and tummy aches, have less discipline problems and are absent and tardy less often.

For more information about the School Nutrition Program contact the School Nutrition Department at 706-896-4131 ext. 2229 or email Becky Lusk at    

Take Time for a Good Breakfast

Becky Lusk
School Nutrition Manager/Supervisor

Cafeteria Manager

Kathy Dills
Cafeteria Manager



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