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Andrea Keesee

Loretta Moore

Debbie Smith

  David Garr

Cafeteria Manager

Cafeteria Worker

 Cafeteria Worker

Day Porter




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Grade Time
PK 10:55 -11:25
K 11:05-11:35
2nd 11:20-11:50
3rd 11:30 - 12:00
PK-2 CDC 11:35-12:05
5th 11:45-12:15
4th 12:00-12:30
1st 12:15-12:45
CDC 3-6 12:20-12:50
6th 12:30-1:00





Elementary Schools



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Adult Meal - $3.25

The school nutrition program is not designed to receive educational tax dollars or financial support from the general school system budget. Therefore, it operates exclusively on revenues received from the sale of school meals and a la carte items.

Major factors contributing to this price increase are new federal regulations and higher costs for food, labor, fuel, supplies, and overhead necessary to prepare healthy school meals. Recent federal regulations require schools to now serve more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, plus foods with zero trans fat and that are lower in sodium and saturated fats.

“Meal prices are increased only when it’s necessary to help the program break-even,” said Jennifer Burleson, school nutrition director for Bristol Tennessee City Schools. “Even with the price increase, students are still getting a tremendous value for their money. We seek to ensure all meals are safe, healthy, and appealing to support our students’ academic success. Our school nutrition program maintains high standards that even go above and beyond federal nutrition requirements.”

Online Payment NOW FREE Is Now a Free Service and is now called MySchool Bucks.
Our district now offers parents the ability to fund their child's meal account from any internet connection.  In addition to funding the account, parents can view 7 days of account history and set spending limits for their child.

If you establish an account and make one deposit to the account, you can view your child's account balance and 7 day history an unlimited number of times in the future without making additional deposits.

How Do I Enroll?

•·        Go to and click ENROLL NOW

•·        Create an account for yourself and your children.

•·        Your student's district ID number is the student's 5-digit lunch number.  Your student should be able to give this to you.

•·        You'll also need your student's date of birth, school, and grade.

•·        Provide credit or debit card information

•·        Select the Automatic Pre-Payment Option if you desire this service.

You may also call the customer support center at 1-855-832-5226 for questions or assistance with enrollment.  Their support personnel are available Monday - Friday from 8 am ET - 5 pm ET.

Apply for Free or Reduced Meal Benefits at Any Time During the School Year

Please be aware that you can apply for free or reduced meal benefits at any time during a school year. If approved for free meals your child would receive a free breakfast and free lunch following the USDA guidelines per day. If approved for reduced price meals, your child would receive breakfast for 30 cents and lunch for 40 cents. Our computer system will keep track of your child's status, and this is not revealed to other students. Many of our paying students maintain a balance in their account, therefore it is common for many students to go thru the service line without exchanging money. If you have made a prior application this school year and were denied, you can reapply if your employment or income situation has changed. Per USDA guidelines we would need documentation on your application of the changes. Each school maintains a supply of applications. Call 652-9222 for additional information or an application.

Approval for free or reduced meals only applies for meals obtained after the approval date. CHARGES incurred before the application is approved are not erased by the application approval, and therefore the responsibility for paying these charges rests with the parent or guardian.


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