Special Announcements

 

 
 
Grant Proposal
The Haywood County School District intends to submit a 21st Century Community Learning Center (21st CCLC) and LEAPS grant proposals to the Tennessee Department of Education on April 21, 2014. Any member of the public who wishes to review the proposal abstract and plan, or the proposal in full, and provide public comment, should contact Don Sims at the Haywood County Central Office. Any member of the public may also review the application and any waiver request after the proposal is submitted on Monday, April 21, 2014.

Healthier Haywood Meals

 

School Menus (Click images to download as PDF)

  

APRIL 2014

 

APRIL 2014

 

APRIL 2014 - GRADES K-5

APRIL 2014 - GRADES 6-8

 

APRIL 2014 - GRADES 9-12

 

APRIL 2014 - SUNNY HILL

 

 

 

NEW SCHOOL LUNCH REQUIREMENTS
     
The 2012 New nutrition standards for school lunch meals are great news for Haywood County Public School students.  The School Nutrition Program (CAFETERIA) is looking forward to serving more fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lower fat milk, trans-fat free food items and healthier entrees’ in the school cafeterias.  

Students will be allowed to make choices on what foods they want on their food tray at lunch, but will be REQUIRED that one of their choices be at least one fruit or one vegetable serving, in addition to the other choices that are offered on the menu.  This is a new requirement of the National School Lunch Program that operates in our schools and funded by the United States Department of Agriculture.

PREPARE for A +++     A Great lunch that will offer the delicious nutrition  you need to look and feel great—do well in school and sports—be fit, healthy, and ready to learn.  

THANKS FOR LETTING US HELP TO KEEP YOUR CHILD HEALTHY!