Student Nutrition Department


Welcome to Kenton County School Nutrition Department

Our goal is to provide nutritious, delicious meals for our students at affordable prices and to teach students healthy eating habits for life.

 

 

 

Check out a Kenton County Summer Picnic Site! Meals are served at no cost to school aged children. 

 

 

 

Beechgrove

Beechgrove

 

 

Heartland Point

6/14-7/7 (Tue & Wed) 9:15-9:30

6/14-8/4 (Mon – Fri)11:30-12:15

 

6/27-7/29 (Mon – Fri) 11:45-12:30

 

 

Caywood

 

Caywood

 

6/6-7/20* (Mon-Fri) 8:00-8:45

6/6-7/20*(Mon-Fri) 11:30-12:00

 

 

Piner

Durr Library

 

Piner

 

6/8-7/27 (Wed-Thurs) 12:00-1:30—No Meals July 7.

 

6/7-7/15 (Mon-Thurs)12:00-12:45

 

River Ridge

Crescent Ridge Apartments

 

River Ridge

6/27-7/29 (Mon-Fri) 11:45-12:30

 

6/13-7/27 (Mon-Fri) 11:30-12:00

Beginning week of 6/27- Lunch will be served Mon -- Wed.

 

 

Taylor Mill

Cambridge Square Apartments

 

 

Lighthouse Baptist Church

 

Taylor Ridge Apartments

 

6/27-7/29 (Mon-Fri) 11:45-12:30

 

 

6/7-7/29** (Mon-Fri) 11:45-12:30

 

6/27-7/29 (Mon-Fri) 11:45-12:30

 

White’s Tower

 

 

White’s Tower

 

6/14-7/21 (Tue—Thurs) 11:30-12:00

*No meals at Caywood on the following days – June 9, 12,21 Breakfast ONLY on July 13&20

**Meals served June 7, 9, 14,16, 21, 23. June 27—July 29.

 

*No meals at Caywood on the following days – June 9, 12,21 Breakfast ONLY on July 13&20

**Meals served June 7, 9, 14,16, 21, 23. June 27—July 29.

For additional information about the Kenton County School District School Nutrition Department Contact:
Terri Erwin SNS (Coordinator): terri.erwin@kenton.kyschools.us
OR
Elizabeth Menke RD,LD (Director): elizabeth.menke@kenton.kyschools.us

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