Welcome to RCPS School Nutrition Services. We are pleased to be able to serve the children of Rappahannock County Public Schools. We have many exciting things going on in our nutrition program this year. We have recently brought a Nutritionist on board to join our staff as part of our Commit to Be Fit program. She will be working with children to help increase participation with school lunches. Throughout the year we will have taste testing during the lunch period along with surveys to find out what our students would like to see on the monthly menus. She will also be working with our Farm to Table program and going into different classrooms for nutrition education. This is going to be a very exciting year for our program.
For more information on Commit to Be Fit please visit the webpage at: Commit to Be Fit
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