• The School Nutrition Department of Watauga County Schools is responsible for all aspects of food service in our schools. This includes purchasing of food, drinks, supplies and equipment; preparing meals and snacks; and maintenance of billing and payment information. Our schools comply with all Federal and State health and safety standards and are subject to regular inspections by the Health Department.

    School Nutrition believes that providing healthy food choices and efficient customer service will enrich lives and foster success for all our students. Each Watauga County School offers school breakfast and lunch each day of the school year. 

    Our School Nutrition Director is Monica Bolick. 

School Nutrition Announcements

  • The School Nutrition Department has started utilizing a new software system to make online payments for your student's meals and to apply for free and reduced meals. We are no longer using the LunchPrepay software and LunchApplication software that you are familiar with.  Details on the new software are outlined on the website.

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    (1)        mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture

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