Hello! Welcome to the Child Nutrition website. Here you will find a host of things to help manage your child’s lunch account as well as helpful information about the Child Nutrition Program! The CNP Handbook provides facts you want to know and need to know about what we do. NutriSlice is our interactive menu site that not only provides you with the menu of the day but also descriptions of the menu items, the nutritional information of the meal and much more! Just click on the NutriSlice logo to view the menu. Looking for a great snack to send to school in your child’s snack sack or options for a classroom party snack? Check out our Nut Safe Snack List when you click on the Nut Safe button! These products, listed by manufacturer, are great nut-safe snack suggestions to help maintain a healthy environment on our school campuses! Also, you can access our on-line payment service www.MySchoolBucks.com when you click on the MySchoolBucks logo. This is a fast, convenient and safe way to manage your child’s lunch money.
The Schools of Guntersville use ENVISION Payment Solutions as a check service provider. All inquiries about a returned check written to the Guntersville Child Nutrition Program should be directed to Envision Payment Solutions at 877-290-5460 or 770-709-3100.
The Child Nutrition Program is actively involved in promoting the District Wellness Policy. If anyone is interested in participating in this effort by being involved or becoming a member of the Wellness Committee, please contact Julia Covington at the Board of Education, 256-582-3159.
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