Child Nutrition

Our Mission

We exist not only to prepare lunch, but to prepare students to make good choices.

Making good choices that will lead to lifelong health and well being. The Child

Nutrition Program has three main goals:



1) provide healthy options that allows students to practice nutritious eating,

2) make them student friendly options that everyone will enjoy, and

3) make it affordable to all families.


Child Nutrition Program

Tasha Hayes, CNP Director                (205) 280-3000

Bridgette Cooedy,  Bookkeeper             (205) 280-2996

 

  

The free/reduced meal application is now available online!

Payment Methods

The Chilton County Child Nutrition Program will offer 3 ways to deposit money in your child's account:

Option 1: Online

Pay online using myschoolbucks.com. A transaction fee will be applied from My School Bucks.

Option 2: Check

Make checks payable to (School Name) Cafeteria. The student will give the check to his/her teacher in elemenatary school, or the cashier at the middle and high schools. Please put child's name in the memo section to ensure the right account is credited. For all returned checks a fee will be applied.

Option 3: Cash

Put cash in an envelope marked with the child's name, grade, and amount.

 

To set up an account with our new online payment system,

visit myschoolbucks.com.  You can also use this website to monitor your student's account to maintain a positive balance and see their purchases. It's Free and Simple to use for viewing, however there is a transaction fee charged by myschoolbucks for payments.  If you have questions, please call 205-280-2992..

Free and Reduced Lunches

Apply online at www.myschoolbucks.com

Paper Applications for Free & Reduced Meals are available at each school or by calling the Child Nutrition Department at 280-2992.

Nutrition Information

Myplate information
Smart Snacks
Interested in being on the Local Wellness Committee? 

Contact the Child Nutrition Department to become a member of the committee
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