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Food Service

Who We Are

Director of Food Services - Leslie Edwards
Cindy Davis - Food Service Cook
Destiny Sutherland - Food Service Cook
Dusty Coen - Food Service Cook
June Ross - Food Service Cook
Karen Stout - Food Service Cook
Lori Witzel - Food Service Cook
Sandra Supancic - Food Service Cook
Vicky Bennett - Food Service Cook
Jennifer Barnett - Food Service Cook

Food Service Information

Cabool Schools has a "closed lunch" policy. Students are not allowed to leave campus during lunch. Students signing out for lunch will be counted as being absent for the period immediately following lunch, even if they return to school prior to the start of class. 


Grades (5-8) 
There are two lunch periods of approximately 24 minutes each. Students may bring lunches from home. Students who purchase meals from the cafeteria are to use the lunch card issued by the school. Students without lunch cards will be sent to the end of the serving line. Students must go to, and remain in, the cafeteria until they are released by the supervising teacher. No food may be taken from the cafeteria. Students may not have purchased food delivered to the school or brought by friends or parents. Students must have a signed permission slip from their parent/guardian before they can eat a second lunch.  Student freedom in the cafeteria is directly related to responsible behavior. Students are expected to talk quietly, be neat, observe proper manners, be orderly and stay seated except for the time they are cleaning up. 

When a $20.00 charge limit is reached, the student may not be allowed to charge any more lunches. A peanut butter sandwich and milk will be provided until the bill is paid. 

Grades 9-12 
There are two lunch periods of approximately 24 minutes each. Students may bring lunches from home. Students who purchase meals from the cafeteria are to use the lunch card issued by the school. Students without lunch cards will be sent to the end of the serving line. Students must go to, and remain in, the cafeteria until they are released to the area between A and B Buildings during lunch. They may not sit on the steps in B Building, enter the halls, or go to lockers during lunch periods since classes are in session. No food may be taken from the cafeteria. Students may not have purchased food delivered to the school or brought by friends or parents. When a $20.00 charge limit is reached, the student may not be allowed to charge any more lunches. A peanut butter sandwich and milk will be provided until the bill is paid. 

Students are under the supervision of the assigned duty teachers and cafeteria staff and are required to comply with their directives. Duty teachers and cafeteria staff have the authority to assign lunchroom detention. 

Lunch and Breakfast 

Visitors are not permitted to eat breakfast or lunch with students. 

The school provides nutritious meals for students and staff at minimal cost. Money may be paid daily, weekly, or monthly. Applications for free and reduced meals are available in the office. A student may purchase milk for $.40 

(All prices are subject to change) Lunch $2.00; Reduced lunch $.40; Breakfast $1.25, Reduced Breakfast $.20. 

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