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 At Risk Dinner and Snack Programs. 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.
Welcome back to 2018-19 at KSB. Food service has more exciting news to share with you as our year unfolds! Students at KSB participate in the Community Eligibility Provision Program. No meal applications will be necessary. Breakfast, Lunch, and CACFP Dinner and Snack will be provided at no cost to families.
Households with questions on the any updates may contact Carol Dixon, Food Operations Manager II .
**Please scroll to the bottom of this section and click the link KSB Menus At A Glance 2018-19 for a full view of our student meals.
Grab and Go Breakfast will be available for students not attending breakfast in the dining room the meals may be taken to class for students to start their morning!
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