School Breakfast is Cool!
Every day is a perfect day for school breakfast!
As the summer approaches, kids often become more restless and distracted at school. You can help to make sure that their last weeks of school are productive by ensuring that they begin the day with a nutritious breakfast. Studies show a good breakfast makes kids more alert, less distractible, and better behaved in school; it can even improve their test scores!
Let’s keep our students focused by making sure they begin every school day with a balanced meal at home or at the School Breakfast Program.
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.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding your child’s cafeteria or lunch menu, please contact central office(865)376-8500.
School Nutrition Staff
Bowers Elementary School Darlene Frost email@example.com Healthier US School
Cherokee Middle School Cheryl Johnson firstname.lastname@example.org Healthier US School
Dyllis Springs Elementary School Gail Turpin email@example.com Healthier US School
Harriman High School Kim Crabtree firstname.lastname@example.org
Harriman Middle School Joan Leffew email@example.com Healthier US School
Kingston Elementary School Kristi Foster firstname.lastname@example.org Healthier US School
Midtown Elementary School Rosemary Townsend email@example.com Healthier US School
Midway Elementary School Sue Kelly firstname.lastname@example.org Healthier US School
Midway Middle School Kathy Newby email@example.com Healthier US School
Midway High School Sue Kelly firstname.lastname@example.org
Oliver Springs Middle School Lynn Bowling email@example.com Healthier US School
Oliver Springs High School Lisa Johnson firstname.lastname@example.org
Ridgeview Elementary School Carolyn Adams email@example.com Healthier US School
Roane County High School Sherry Hayes firstname.lastname@example.org
Rockwood High School Pat Foster email@example.com
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