Hello ! Welcome to School Nutrition!Whitlow Elementary SchoolStan Black , Foodservice Managerstblack@forsyth.k12.ga.us
"The staff and I want to welcome you to our web-site. We hope that this will be helpful to you in planning your child's day. Our most recent health inspection score was 100!" Stan Black
Visit the Forsyth County Schools Food & Nutrition home page for all information regarding lunch prices/charges as well as how to pay for your child's meals online.Visit the Forsyth County Schools Food & Nutrition Free & Reduced-Price Meals & Online Application page for information about the qualifications and enrollment directions.Visit the Forsyth County Schools Food & Nutrition Meal & A la carte Prices page for meal prices and costs for "extras".Visit the Forsyth County Schools Food & Nutrition Meal Charge policy and Courtesy Snack page for information on charging lunches and returned check procedures.Visit the Forsyth County Schools Food & Nutrition Services Employment page for job opportunities in FCS food services & nutrition.you have questions ple
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Last Modified on November 4, 2019