Student Nutrition Department

Elizabeth Hord
Student Nutrition Director


elizabeth.hord@kenton.kyschools.us

 

Student Nutrition Department

 

The Kenton County School District Student Nutrition Department strives to provide all students with delicious, nutritionally balanced, low-cost, or free meals every school day.  Adequate nutrition is critical to the proper growth and cognitive development of children.  Breakfast and lunches that meet nutrition requirements set by the National School Breakfast Program and National School Lunch Program are provided every school day to ensure that all students are prepared to receive their world class education.    

The district will continue to provide free meals to all eligible school aged children.

School Pick Up Information 

Synchronous Meal Pickup Students participating in synchronous learning are able to pickup meals at a school closest to home. The synchronous meal pickup order form only needs to be completed once per child. Parents should contact the cafeteria manager to opt out of meal pick up.

Meal Pickup Form (complete one pre-order form per child)—5 breakfast meals per student + 5 lunch meals per student. Families can go to the school closest to home.       

Elementary Schools – Tuesday's 9:15am-10:15am

Middle Schools & Summit View Academy – Wednesday's 9:15am-10:15 am

High Schools – Thursday's 9:15am-10:15am

 

Hybrid Meals 

A/B Rotational Model Meals When students are not scheduled to be in the building parents may request shelf stable meals to be sent home. Below is a table outlining the meal pattern pickup. The A/B rotational model meal order form only needs to be completed once per child. Parents should contact the cafeteria manager to opt out of meals being sent home.

Date Meals Available for
Student to Take Home

Group of
Students

# of Meals
(breakfast + lunch)

Dates for Meals
Provided not in Person

February 4

B

4

February 8, 10

February 8

A

8

February 9, 11, 12, 16

February 16

B

6

February 17,19,22

February 17

A

4

February 18, 23

February 23

B

2

February 24

February 24

A

4

February 25, 26

February 26

B

6

March 1,3,5

March 1

A

4

March 2,4

March 4

B

4

March 8,10

March 8

A

6

March 9,11,12

March 12

B

4

March 15, 17

March 15

A

4

March 16, 18

March 18

B

6

March 22, 24, 26

March 22

A

4

March 23, 25

March 25

B

4

March 29, 31

March 29

A

6

March 30, April 1, April 2

April 2

B

6

April 5, 7, 9

April 5

A

4

April 6, 8

 
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