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Our schools are all currently following COVID plans for meal service. These plans are different at each school because each school and their students have different needs. Water fountains are not accessible because COVID plans limit the use of things that could cause the spread of COVID. All students are currently being served meals in take out containers so that where students eat can be flexible. This does limit our ability to make certain menu items like soups and items with sauces and gravy.  
I want to welcome you to the Crisp County School Nutrition web pages. Please look at the pictures of our menu options below at the different schools. We feature fresh fruits and vegetables, white biscuits, cornbread, a variety of meals from scratch and of course some favorites like pizza and hotdogs. The items our students love like pizza, corn dogs and nuggets are healthier versus of what is typically sold at the grocery store or in restaurants.. Middle school and high school students do  school also have fried chicken and fried french fries on the menu. Our PREK-5 graders will have an oven fried version of breaded chicken and fries /tater tots.
Students receive the first meal at no charge and are allowed to buy extra entrees and other items. No charging is allowed for extra items. You can put money into their account for these items by sending a check(Payable to that school plus SN. Example Primary= CCPS SN) or cash with the student to that school cashier in the cafeteria or by paying online through the Meal Pay Plus program. There is a fee when paying through the Meal Pay Plus option at .
Parents are welcome to come and eat with their children for a meal price of 3.75 for lunch. We want you to have first hand knowledge of the choices your students are offered for each meal. If you have any concerns or would like to discuss anything with me, please call me. Please be aware that the COVID restrictions may not allow visitors at the schools and ala carte sales may be limited or suspended depending on the school COVID plan.
Lisa Leggett M.B.A.
School Nutrition Director
229-276-3400 ext 1201

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