Mrs. Janet Dean, Lunchroom Mgr.
The Madison County Child Nutrition Department operates 27 cafeteria sites and serves approximately 12,300 lunches and 3,615 breakfasts each school day. The meals provided are in compliance with USDA Regulations and meet the school meal initiative requirement.
The Students meal service is provided by 200 Child Nutrition professionals whose goal is to provide meals that are nutritionally sound, appealing and satisfying.
The primary objective of the child nutrition program is to make available to every student a nutritious, well-prepared and attractive lunch every day. A complete breakfast is offered every morning at all schools. Times will vary according to each school's operational hours.
All meals meet the standards as provided in federal, state and local laws and/or rules and regulations. Menu patterns are based on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, and amounts of sugar, sodium and fat are controlled.
“USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.”
CHARGED MEALS - Madison County - CNP Charge Policy effective March 1, 2018
It is the policy of Madison County Schools to allow all students to charge meals when they have forgotten their meal money. Negative balances are to be paid by the last student day of the school year. No charges are allowed the month of May, to enable everyone time to clear debt. In May, Pk-8 students without breakfast or lunch money will be offered an alternate meal consisting of Cereal and Milk for breakfast and PB & J or Cheese sandwich, fruit, and milk for lunch. No alternate meal is provided to students in grades 9-12.