WCS NUTRITION SERVICES IS LOOKING FOR A FEW GOOD EMPLOYEES TO FULFILL OUR NEED FOR SUBSTITUE CAFEETERIA HELPERS.
The Warren Consolidated Schools Nutrition Services believes:
A Peek Inside Central Kitchen
Susick served tomatoes to students for lunch. These fresh tomatoes were grown in Susick's school garden!
Mott High School's Nutrition Services employee Donna Payok was voted by the Leadership students as Staff Member of the Month! She is the proud recipient of the Golden Tire!
Start your Day with a Healthy Breakfast
Warren Consolidated Schools Nutrition Services Department offers a variety of easy to eat nutritional breakfasts served out of the cafeteria each morning 15 minutes before class.
Our school breakfast program gives hardworking parents a hand in meeting their child’s nutritional needs without interrupting the school day or taking away from important learning time. We recognize the established link between eating a healthy breakfast and academic success, and encourage all students to eat breakfast whether at home or at school. Students who routinely start their day with a good breakfast will learn healthy eating habits what will serve a lifetime!
If your child qualifies for a free or reduced priced lunch, they also qualify for free or reduced priced breakfast of 30 cents.
USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
Fill out your free/reduced priced meal family application online now!
SendMoneyToSchool.com allows parents to gain access to the activity of their child's Nutrition Services account. There is no minimum requirement to make deposits online and the fees have been eliminated!! This service is now FREE to all parents. Deposits can be made at school with CASH ONLY.
Prepaying for meals is convenient for you as a parent, for your child, and for the cashiers during meal service. Monies are drawn from the account ONLY when your child eats; and if your child moves to another WCS school, the funds follow them. As a parent, you can indicate that money on account can go for meals only and ala carte purchases must be paid in cash. This is not an issue in the Elementary schools, but does come into play in the Middle and High Schools.