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Nutrition & Dining Services (MAIN)

Last Updated: 4/20/2022 8:20 PM

Welcome to the Nutrition and Dining Services web site.  Our department provides nutrition education services to the students and faculty throughout the district.  We are responsible for approximately 19,000 meals every school day at all 22 schools, in addition to satellite sites.  I also serve as wellness representative for our students, staff, and community.  We encourage your input.  Whether it is a suggestion of nutritious food to serve, or a wellness initiative or policy that you would like for us to address, we welcome your ideas.  Below are our core values and mission statement.  It is important that we feed the minds and bodies of our students as we work together nourishing student success.  Please feel free to contact me at


Core Values

  • A commitment to children and students of all ages
  • Quality meal service in all Warren County Public Schools
  • School cafeterias as learning labs to reinforce good nutrition for life
  • Friendly, supportive network for other educational groups and community
  • Professional development and personal growth for all employees


Mission Statement

Our goal is to operate a financially sound, educational child nutrition program that promotes healthy lifestyles for all Warren County students by serving safe, appetizing meals.




Thanks for eating breakfast and lunch with us!

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