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Food Supply Chain Shortages
Food Supply Chain Shortages Impact School Lunch Options
Posted on 08/06/2021
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Clayton County Public Schools (CCPS) is committed to providing the service our students, families and stakeholders need and deserve. As we all continue to operate within the COVID-19 pandemic, the district, like many other school systems across the nation, is experiencing food supply chain disruptions. To this end, the CCPS’ School Nutrition Department will limit school breakfast and lunch to one entree option for the next couple of weeks. 

“The School Nutrition Department is dedicated to providing our students with nourishing meals that will support learning,” said Mrs. Audrey Hamilton, CCPS Director of School Nutrition. “While we await for the supply chain to catch up with the demand, we are asking for the community's patience as we navigate these challenges and implement strategies necessary to meet the demands of our students and their families,” she added. 

All stakeholders are encouraged to stay connected to official Clayton County Public Schools platforms (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Website, CCPS Channel 24), participate in key in-person or virtual meetings and watch for announcements as shared by district/school leaders or administrators.  For more information in regards to school related affairs or activities, please feel free to contact your respective school leadership and/or visit their websit