Welcome to the School Nutrition Department
 
Today is Sunday, November 23, 2014
 
 
 
 
(click on School Nutrition News for more information on the New Meal Pattern) 
 
 
Dr. Cleta Long is the Director of the Bibb County School Nutrition Program. She is assisted by a knowledgeable and professional staff who have completed courses in food safety training in the nationally recognized ServSafe® Program.

Donna Mosely is the School Site Supervisor, and she has a dedicated Site Support Team consisting of Theresa Cantrell, Angie Dyer, and Bernice Tukes. Donna and her Team supervise the School Nutrition Managers at our 41 fully-equipped school kitchens.

In 2001, the Central Kitchen Facility opened. The Central Kitchen consists of 5 Departments that are responsible for making sure our schools receive the food and staples they need to serve 3.6 million lunches and 1.5 million breakfasts during the school year. The Supervisor of the Central Kitchen Facility is Kay Ball. The Department Managers are:  Cathy Hiley - Cook Chill, Wanda Gilliland - Dispatch, An Nien Yu - Packaging, Angela Purvis - Bakery, and Andrea Crump - Warehouse.

Additional support staff in the School Nutrition Central Office include:  Janet Clowers - Technology Manager, Donnika Turner - Office Manager, and Christina Crane - Inventory Specialist.

The School Nutrition Program currently employs approximately 300 employees.


School Nutrition Administrative Offices
Central Kitchen Facility
2011 Riverside Drive
Macon, Georgia 31204
Phone (478) 779-2600
Fax (478) 779-2613
 
 
 
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Last Modified on July 29, 2014