2017-05-17 / School News

Jenkins County School Food Service Celebrates School Lunch Hero Day


Participating in Lunch Hero Day at Jenkins Elementary School Food, from left, are, first row: Tara Cooper, Annie Young, Mary Bragg, Debra Brinson, Darlene Gay, Lydia Martin, and Debra Herrmann; second row: Letha Clarke, Michelle Lewis, Kendrick Mobley, Randy Dailey, Brenda Burke, and Shelia Wilson. ( 
Photos contributed) Participating in Lunch Hero Day at Jenkins Elementary School Food, from left, are, first row: Tara Cooper, Annie Young, Mary Bragg, Debra Brinson, Darlene Gay, Lydia Martin, and Debra Herrmann; second row: Letha Clarke, Michelle Lewis, Kendrick Mobley, Randy Dailey, Brenda Burke, and Shelia Wilson. ( Photos contributed) Jenkins County School Food Service (JCSFS) cafeteria staff works very hard preparing healthy meals for the students, as they adhere to strict nutritional standards. They are professionals offering service with a smile and are true heroes.

On Thursday, May 4, JCSFS celebrated School Lunch Hero Day to honor their cafeteria staff. School Lunch Hero Day is a chance to show the difference school nutrition professionals make for every student who comes through the cafeteria. “It is the perfect opportunity to recognize our hardworking cafeteria professionals,” said Debra Herrmann.

State School Nutrition Program Consultant Lydia Martin, Superintendent Tara Cooper, Principal Randy Dailey, and School Nutrition Director Debra Herrmann served bag lunches at the elementary cafeteria, while the cafeteria staff celebrated their special day with the students. Relieving the cafeteria staff from serving duties was a way to show our appreciation for their hard work and dedication. The students had a great time talking and celebrating with the staff during their lunch and enjoyed the favors that were in their bag lunch.



Participating in Lunch Hero Day and Jenkins County High/Middle School, from left, are Angie Bragg, Minnie Watson, Clara Ford, Janice Morris, and Gloria Williams. Participating in Lunch Hero Day and Jenkins County High/Middle School, from left, are Angie Bragg, Minnie Watson, Clara Ford, Janice Morris, and Gloria Williams.

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