Newport Schools will be serving their traditional Thanksgiving lunch, with all the trimmings - on Thursday, November 21! This is one of our many meals that our students don't want to miss!
Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program
The Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program proves the opportunity for students to try different types of fruit and vegetables throughout the year. On October 31, the Rambutan Fruit (looks like a sea urchin) was introduced. This fruit is native to Southeast Asia and is rich in vitamins & minerals. Beyond the outer skin is a sweet cream colored fruit with a large seed in the middle. As you can see, some of the kids liked it!
Teacher Appreciation Day!
Mexican Fiesta Flare
Newport Intermediate F. S. Staff
Wishing you a
Happy St. Patrick's Day!
Topic: Physical Activity and Nutrition Environments
When: Tuesday January 29th, 2019
Location: Board Room- 30 West 8th Street
October 15 - 19 is National School Lunch Week & Family "Lots to Love" Days!
Newport High students will be coming back to school with a newly renovated kitchen and cafeteria. Not only will they enjoy restaurant style seating and a courtyard café, they will be offered new menu items and more options!
Healthy Meals in a Positive Environment!
It's MILK DAY at our Intermediate School! The students enjoyed wearing their milk-stach and playing a prized-winning scratch-off game during lunch. As a special treat, Kim Guffey, Food Service Manager, offered strawberry flavored milk!
Our schools know that Breakfast is the most important meal of the day; therefore, all of our schools offer one hot entree, six cold entrees, fresh fruit, and milk every day for our students to choose from. We hope that your child is taking advantage of our convenient morning meals!
Vanco Online Payment System allows parents/guardians the opportunity to put money into an account, so their child can make a` la carte purchases from the cafeteria. Click Here for instructions on how to set up your account.
FOOD SERVICE CONTACT INFORMATION
Ms. Lisa Rizzo
Food Service Director
30 West 8th Street | Newport, KY 41071
859-292-3038 | Fax: 859-292-3073
NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL
Ms. Stephanie Atkins
900 East 6th Street | Newport, KY 41071
859-292-3023 | Fax: 859-292-8340
NEWPORT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
Ms. Holley Clark
95 West 9th Street | Newport, KY 41071
859-292-3021 | Fax: 859-292-0222
NEWPORT PRIMARY SCHOOL
Ms. Kim Guffey
1102 York Street | Newport, KY 41071
859-292-3011 | Fax: 859-292-0771
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