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The Irwin County School Food Service and Nutrition Program exists to promote lifetime wellness to Irwin County students and staff by serving meals that are high quality, nutritious, enjoyable, and economical.

We currently serve around 65,000 meals each school year. School meals in Irwin County reflect nutrition standards which require that over a week's menu, lunch provides students with one third of the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for protein, vitamins A and C, iron and calcium, and one third of the Recommended Energy Intake (REI) for calories. School breakfast must provide one fourth of the RDA and REI over a week.

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     Lisa Hudson
     Deena Harper

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November 4, 2004

ICHS School Nutrition Program Honored by Georgia DOE

Congratulations to Irwin County High School for reaching a high level of student participation in the School Nutrition Program!

During the 2003-2004 school year 74% of students in attendance in Georgia schools ate lunch each day and 28% ate breakfast. This participation is among the highest in the nation. Schools that earned this distinction generally share two common characteristics: (1) administrators, faculty, and staff who support and participate in the program and who see the program as enhancing the learning process and (2) many of these schools offer a wide variety of menu choices daily, allowing students a greater opportunity to select a nutritionally complete meal that they enjoy.

Irwin County High School achieved a 71% participation rate. A certificate from the Georgia DOE that acknowledges this successful effort has been awarded to ICHS.


Lunch and Breakfast Prices

Irwin County Middle/High School

Students Reduced Lunch $0.40
Student Reduced Breakfast $0.30
Student Breakfast $0.80
Student Lunch $1.50
Student Extra Tray $1.50
Adult Lunch $2.75
Adult Breakfast $1.50
Visitor Lunch $3.00
Contract Meals $3.00
Carry Out Trays $3.50

Irwin County Elementary School

Student Reduced Breakfast $0.30
Student Reduced Lunch $0.40
Student Breakfast $0.70
Student Lunch $1.25
Adult Breakfast $1.50
Adult Lunch $2.75
Visitor Lunch $3.00
Contract Meals $3.00
Carry Out Trays $3.50
Cinnamon Rolls $0.75
Gatorade $0.75
Water $0.75
Pizza $0.75
Fries $0.75
Cookies, dill pickles, potato chips $0.75

Irwin County Education Center

Student Reduced Breakfast $0.30
Student Reduced Lunch $0.40
Student Breakfast $0.70
Student Lunch $1.50
Adult Breakfast $1.50
Adult Lunch $2.75
Visitor Lunch $3.00
Contract Meals $3.00
Carry Out Trays $3.50


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