KSB's Food Service Department provides healthy and nutritious meals to commuting and residential students while on campus. KSB Food Service operates under the Child Nutrition guidelines for schools which include the National School Lunch and Breakfast programs as well as the After School Snack Program. Additionally the school participates in the Kentucky Department of Agriculture Commodities program.
For more information contact Carol Dixon, Food Operations Manager II or call (502) 897-1583 ext. 4504.
Students at KSB will be participating in the Community Eligibility Provision Program. No meal applications will be necessary. Breakfast, Lunch, and After School Snack will be provided at no cost to families.
Households with questions on the new update may contact Carol Dixon, Food Operations Manager II student meal balances are tracked on the Mosiac/Heartland Meal System. You may obtain any past information on your student's account.
Please see the Lunch Menu section for daily look at student meals.
New for 2016-17! Grab and Go Breakfast will be served in the classroom building starting Monday August 22, 2016. From 7:15 AM to 7:45 AM for students not attending breakfast in the dining room. The breakfast entree and juice or fruit will be available with a choice of skim or chocolate milk to take it to class to start their morning!
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