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Entries Tagged as 'Child Nutrition'

Kitty Hawk Stellar At SkillsUSA Contest

Congratulations to Mrs. Rumfield's SkillsUSA students who did a great job at the last SkillsUSA contest. This was an event that saw both middle school and high school students competing. Alyssa Reynolds took 1st place in prepared speech, Cole Marbach, Justin Harlan and Matthew Hill placed 1st in presenting the emblem ceremony.  In the Construction Tool ID contest, Tre Satterfield took 1st place, Johnny Fruenhrich 2nd, Brandon Nefford was 3rd completely shutting out any high schoolers from placing in that event.  Alyssa Reynolds also took home a first place prize for her wooden turned magnifying glass. Brandon Nefford's pen/pencil wood turned set won a 1st place prize, Tre Satterfield  won 1st place on his acrylic turned pen. Johnny Fruenhrich got top prize for his wood turned pen. Matthew Hill, Justin Harlan and Cole Marbach also teamed together to win 1st place with a bench/table they built.  Some very talented students...congratulations!! 1st place winners go on to state!

  

Child Nutrition Golden Spoodle Awards

The Child Nutrition department recently held an awards ceremony for all employees to recognize outstanding service, teamwork and increases in production. Golden spoodles were presented "Hollywood style" to schools that went above and beyond in each category. The schools awarded were Wagner High, Judson High, Judson Secondary Alternative, Woodlake Elementary, Park Village Elementary and Salinas Elementary. The ceremony was held in conjunction with National Child Nutrition Employee Appreciation Week.

 

Child Nutrition Employee Appreciation Week

This week is dedicated to Child Nutrition Employees!  These men and women help make sure Judson ISD students are receiving healthy and nutritious meals, so they can better focus on education while in the classroom.  Thank you for all the hard work you do and for always doing it with a smile!

JISD April Child Nutrition Employees of the Month

Congratulations to the April Child Nutrition Employees of the Month!  Sherrie Challenger - Elolf Elementary School and Elizabeth Moore - Kitty Hawk Middle School.

School Meal Charging Announcement

May 1st is an important deadline to remember when it comes to lunch for all elementary and middle school students.  Just like every year, meal charging will end so that any unpaid meal charges can be collected before the end of the year.  So, starting on May 1st, if students do not have money in their meal accounts and they do not have a way to pay for lunch – they will automatically be given a sandwich, fruit and milk.  Typically, students are offered a “grace period” where they can still receive a hot lunch even without money, sort of like an I.O.U.  But, that will end on May 1st.  Again, this only pertains to students who do not have money in their meal accounts.  Students on free lunch are not affected.