School Breakfast Facts
A great breakfast program is offered at school every day!
Here are some fun facts about school breakfast:
It’s easy! Instead of running around in the morning trying to make sure your children eat a healthy
meal, let us do the work. They can get a great breakfast at school, and there will be no dishes
for you to wash!
It’s affordable! If qualified, your child may be able to get breakfast at a reduced price or for free.
If your child already eats a free or reduced price lunch, they automatically qualify for a free or
reduced price breakfast.
It’s tasty! Schools now have more variety to choose from when deciding what to offer your
children for breakfast.
It’s good for the brain! Research suggests that not having breakfast can affect children’s
intellectual performance (CDC).
Welcome to Roane County School Nutrition.
The school cafeterias serve meals to Roane County students, staff and occasional visitors as a part of USDA’s National School Lunch and Breakfast Program. Well balanced school meals offer students milk, fruits, vegetables, proteins and grains to provide them with all the nutrition they need to succeed at school. Now is a great time to encourage students to choose school meals!
I want to thank each and every one of you for visiting the Roane County School Nutrition website. This site will give you the opportunity to look at the monthly lunch and breakfast menus as well as to see what’s new in School Nutrition. There is a link to “Meal Pay Plus” which will allow you to use “My Payments Plus” and register to view your child’s account activity and to make payments for meals.
Applications for free and reduced price meals are available to all students. Your child may be eligible depending on household income and size. Families currently receiving benefits from the State of Tennessee, Department of Human Services may qualify automatically and would receive a letter of notification directly from the School Nutrition office.
If you have any questions or concerns feel free to contact me by e-mail or phone and I will be happy to assist you.
Linda L. Wilson
School Nutrition Coordinator
Roane County School Nutrition would like to take this opportunity to acquaint you with our services. Our goal is to provide quality meals through quality services to our children in the sixteen schools in this district.
We will do whatever it takes to provide healthy, nutritious, appetizing meals to our students at a reasonable cost. Included in our pages, you will find information explaining our program.
Our team of School Nutrition professionals are committed to quality. We look forward to serving you and your child everyday.
School Nutrition Support
If you have any questions or concerns regarding your child’s cafeteria or lunch menu, please contact central office(865)376-8500.
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