205 LaFayette Avenue
Fayetteville, GA 30214
Phone: 770.460.3990 x. 480
Student Chef Competition
As part of the Georgia Department of Education School Nutrition Program's Shake It Up in School Nutrition initiative, Georgia Department of Education is holding it's first ever Farm to School Student Chef Compeitition. It is open to student teams in grades 9-12 throughout the state. For more information, please click here.
Georgia Farm Bureau 2017 Contests!
Attention high school artists! Explore new directions in your artistic skills and enter the Georgia Farm Bureau'a annual art contest!
Also attention Middle School writers! The Georgia Farm Bureau invites you to enter the Middle School Essay Contest! The topic is "The Importance of Georgia's Specialty Crops".
For more information, click here.
School Nutrition Shakes It Up
The Georgia Department of Education- School Nutrition Team has launched a state-wide initiative to enhance the flavor of school meals and imporve the perception of Georgia School Nutrition Programs called "Shake It Up." Here is a video about the initiative. Fayette County School Nutrition has been challenged to take the "Shake It Up" Pledge. School Nutrition has applied Fayette County for the Gold Commitment. This commitment requires excellent customer service, requires us to provide health fruits and vegetables, improve food quality, and showcase Georgia Grown food items on the menu. We are very excited for this statewide iniative!
Please click here, to view the Shake It Up Newsletter.
There are no charges allowed at the middle and high school level. Elementary are allowed up to 3 charges for lunch. There are no charges at breakfast.
On Monday, October 24, districts across the state of Georgia were honored with the prestigious Golden Radish Award for their farm to school accomplishments. Fayette County Schools was award the Silver Award this year. The Golden Radish award recognizes schools that are involced in local food procurement to hosting taste tests. A few schools across the district have their own gardens. School Nutrition Director, Kokeeta Wilder, Lead Manager, Ginger McCann, and Robert J. Burch's Garden Coordinator, Sandy Golden, accepted the award on Monday.
For more information, please visit this website for more information
Our mission is to provide our future leaders with nutritional, quality meal choices through education and friendly service in a caring environment.