Child Nutrition follows the regulations of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Child Nutrition follows a four-week cycle menu linked with the School Meals Initiative for Healthy Children in an effort to promote wellness and prevent obesity in the District. Menus
are broadcast daily on the Mealviewer system in each school cafeteria. Cafeterias serve approximately
1,500 lunches and 1,080 breakfasts daily. The Child Nutrition staff encourages all students to eat a
healthy school breakfast because statistics indicate a positive relationship between breakfast and increased learning achievement.
The mission of the Pickens County Child Nutrition Program
is to provide high quality, nutritious and appealing meals
to all students in a customer-focused environment and
to help every student succeed by keeping their minds
focused on their ability to learn, not on an empty stomach.
Pickens County Wellness Policy 10th edition
PICKENS COUNTY SCHOOLS WILL NOT BE SERVING SUMMER MEALS IN 2019.
Locations can be found using the Summer Meals Site Locator link below.