Child Nutrition

Minion Reasons to Eat School LunchScore with School Breakfast and LunchNational School Milk DayBreakfast Program at LongviewSnap, Crackle, Pop

Minion Reasons to Eat School Lunch

Score a Touchdown with School Breakfast and Lunch

National School Milk Day Fun at Jenkins

New Breakfast Program at Longview

Snap, Crackle, Pop in your Lunch Day

"School Meals, The First Step to Learning" is a slogan that our state and its child nutrition staff take to heart by meeting the needs of our students. School child nutrition programs help build healthy eating habits for life.  Students in the Hickory Public Schools are provided nutritious meals through the National School Lunch Program.


       Director:  Tina Pottorff
         Supervisor:  Vacant
Rhonda Davis

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