Child Nutrition Program
Grab N Go Lunches and Salads are available at each school.
Jasper City Schools also offers free/reduced lunches to qualifying students. Information about the free and reduced meal program is shown in the links below. Information is available through the Child Nutrition Department as well.
SPECIAL DIETARY NEEDS
We understand that some children have special dietary needs and we will do our best to accommodate those needs. For a student with a chronic medical condition such as diabetes, cystic fibrosis, or a non-life threatening food allergy, a diet prescription signed by a licensed physician or physician assistant is required. A student with a disability or life-threatening food allergy must have a diet prescription signed by a licensed physician.
If your child requires a special diet due to a medical condition, please complete the Special Diet Form so that we may better assist you. You should also submit any allergies your child may suffer to the cafeteria manager at your child's school. Please contact Beckie Martin, CNP Director at 205-384-6880 if you have any questions.
Beckie Martin, Director
Child Nutrition Program
P. O. Box 500
Jasper, AL 35502-0500
Jasper City Health Scores
The Jasper City School cafeterias are inspected two times per school year by the Walker County Health Department.
School Year 2022 - 2023 Scores:
Jasper High/Junior High - Spring 98 - Fall 98
Maddox Intermediate - Spring 96 - Fall 96
Memorial Park - Spring 96 - Fall 97
T.R. Simmons - Spring 96 - Fall 98
For the past two years, students attending Jasper City Schools could eat breakfast and lunch at no cost because of federal funding. However, the federal waiver has expired and school districts across the country are once again taking applications for free and reduced meals. Students qualify for the program based on their household income level.
If you are unsure of your family's eligibility, we encourage you to apply! (Click here) Online Application for Free and Reduced Price Meals. If you are unable to apply online, please see the links below to print a paper copy of the USDA 2022-2023 Prototype Household Application. This application is also available at your child's school.
Free and Reduced Price Meal Information
How to Apply for Free and Reduced Price Meals
Frequently Asked Questions About Free and Reduced Price Meals
2022-2023 Application for Free and Reduced Price Meals
2022-2023 Spanish Application for Free and Reduced Price Meals
Online Application for Free and Reduced Price Meals
Summer Food Service Program | Kids Eat Free - Break for a Plate
Jasper City Schools Meal Prices 2022-2023
*** Jasper City Schools will no longer be providing free meals for ALL students for the 2022-2023 school year. Please be sure to fill out the USDA 2022-2023 Household Application for Free and Reduced Meals and return to your child's school. These forms will be processed upon receipt, and you will be notified if your child/children qualifies for free or reduced meals. You will also be notified if your child/children are denied the free and reduced status, and will be full pay. Be sure to complete this form as accurately as possible. Any information not included on this form may cause a delay in determining the status of the students' lunch account. ***
For prices, click on the above link
- Breakfast & Lunch Menus
- March 2023
- Maddox Intermediate
- Memorial Park
- T.R. Simmons
- ABOUT CNP
- DOCUMENT LINKS
- Parents/Faculty/Students: If you would like to be involved in the development and planning of the Jasper City Schools Wellness Policy, please let us know! We could also use your help in periodic updates and reviews of this important area of the Child Nutrition Department. If you would like to give us your input, please contact Beckie Martin, CNP Director, Jasper City Schools at 110 17th St. West, Jasper, AL 35501 or by calling 205-384-6880. You may also email Ms. Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Triennial Assessment