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2022-2023 Kentucky Summative Assessment Results

Proficient Reading: 29% | Distinguished Reading: 12% | Proficient Math: 22% | Distinguished Math: 8%

Food Service Archive

KDE Kicks Off Summer Boost Program in 28 Districts 2023

Food and Nutrition Activity Report 2022

Special Recognition for Nutrition Director & District Supervisor

Click here for the Operation Preparation Flyer in ENGLISH


Click here for the Operation Preparation Flyer in SPANISH

WCMS Students Enjoy Breakfast in the Bluegrass

Student Taste Testing Event

Student Taste Testing Event

Wayne County School culinary receives statewide KSNA Employee of the Year Award

2012-2013 Menu A la Carte Prices

Creating A Hazard Analysis

The New Nutrition Standards

Breakfast in the Bluegrass

Big Blue Lunch! WCHS Annual Colon and Colorectal Cancer Awareness Campaign

Wayne County Extreme Learning

ayne County Nutrition Services received Healthy Meals Certification

First Lady visits the anniversary of "Let's Move!" program

Meats and Grains Update

WC Schools Food Nutrition Department offers Summer Meal Program

Click Here to learn more about Eating Right

Check out what the national government is doing for National Nutrition Month

Click Here to see the 2012-2013 Nutrition & Physical Activity Report Card

Wayne County Schools has been moving forward with the quest toward meeting national nutrition standards and the new meal pattern as adopted with the final rule passed by the Healthy, Hunger-Free Act of 2010 which came under law July 1, 2012. It's our goal to offer nourishing school meals + creative nutrition education and healthy happy kids.

USDA makes permanent meat and grain serving flexibilities in National School Lunch Program. Click here to read the full press release.

Nutrition & Physical Activity Report 2014




In collaboration with National School Lunch Week and Farm to School Month, Bell Elementary celebrated with a meet and greet event with Star Wars Characters. GT Talent Troupe teamed up with Food Service to help encourage students to make healthier choices and try new food items.



Did You Know... When a student starts their day off with a healthy breakfast they are better prepared and ready to focus on classroom instruction? In a recent article, Wayne County High was recognized for its academic achievement and nutritious breakfast. To read about this click here.

NOTICE: A public forum will be held at the January scheduled board meeting regarding school nutrition and physical activities toward obtaining public input for the advancement of these programs at the Wayne County Board of Education Central Office located at 1025 South Main Street Monticello, KY. 


Public Notice  (12/24/19)


The Wayne County Schools will be hosting a public forum (KRS:158.856/KRS160.345) for our annual School Nutrition and Physical Activity Report on January 14, 2020, starting at 5:00 p.m. at the WC Board of Education main building at 1025 South Main Street, Monticello, KY in the conference room

Food Service Staff 2018


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FFVP Press Release

FFVP Parent Letter