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School Nutrition and Food Services

Jonathan Dickl MBA, SNS, Director of School Nutrition
Andrew Johnson Building, Third Floor , Phone (865) 594-3640


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Our Mission:

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Pursuing excellence in student nutrition, one bite at a time.





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Let's Move 2012

Let's Move

“The new meal standards have presented some challenges but many have significant merit to them and are beneficial to the well-being of our students,” - Jon Dickl, Director of School Nutrition.


Visit the Let's Move Blog to see why Washington has its eyes on Knox County Schools Nutrition Department.





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KCS Nutrional Services Director is 2013 Health Promotion Policy Award Winner

Left to right:  Steve Seifried (Interim Coordinator, Knoxville-Knox County Food Policy Council), Jon Dickl (Director, Knox County Schools Food Nutrition Services), Gail Root (Programs Director, Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee)

Jon Dickl has been awarded the Health Promotion Policy Award for 2013 by the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior (SNEB).  SNEB and its Advisory Committee on Public Policy represent the interests nutrition educators across the country and position these leaders to be the preferred providers of food, nutrition and health services. 

This award is to recognize the efforts of others to shape and promote policies that promote health.  It is given to individuals or groups who have significantly contributed to creating and/or implementing policies or policy-based changes that support and positively impact the food and physical activity environment.

Jon served 2 years as Tennessee School Nutrition Association (TSNA) Treasurer and completed his term in June of 2012.  He is also looking forward to becoming the incoming Vice President of TSNA and will be sworn in June 2013 (will serve as Pres-elect in 2014, and President beginning June of 2015). Currently Jon serves on the Education Committee for the School Nutrition Association (SNA), National Organization, and Program Chair for Annual National Conference in Kansas City, MO and will be sworn in as Southeast Regional Director, acting as the liaison between the national organization and the Southeast state chapters (FL, GA, TN, KY, MS, NC, SC, AL, and VA) and will serve a 2 year term.


 




School Nutrition Magazine Featuring KCS Nutrition Department


Get to know some of the team behind Knox County Schools Nutrition Department in the latest issue of School Nutrition Magazine. Featuring Jonathan Dickl (School Nutrition Director) and Kristin Dewine (School Area Leader), bonus points if you can find out Jon's favorite subject in school!




Provision 2 Schools for the 13-14 School Year





School Nutrition Program
School Meal Prices for the 13-14 School Year
 
                                                 Breakfast Prices:
Student $1.75
Reduced Student .30

Adult KCS Personnel 2.00

Adult Visitor 2.25

Lunch Prices:
K-5 student 2.50
6-12 Student 2.75

Reduced Student .40

Adult KCS Personnel 3.25

Adult Visitor 3.75

Milk 0.75

Ice Cream 0.75



Have a Free and Reduced Question?
 For any questions concerning Free and Reduced students, please contact Tonya Hall at 865-594-9563. You can also get more information and fill out an online application at www.schoollunchapp.com.
Pay for meals online with your PayPams account
 The PAYPAMS system is set up to allow parents to establish their own login/password and to add their students to their account (by name, birth date, and school). Parents can then view their student's cafeteria account balance, their meal purchases, set up automatic payments, or make one-time

payments.

About the account:

  • There is a convenience fee ($1.95) charged for making a payment, but amount of payment is not limted (month, week, etc.)
  • There is no charge for viewing a student's purchase history
  • Parents can continue to pay by check or cash in the school cafeteria if they so choose
Parents can obtain support for this system by going to www.paypams.com or emailing Paypams atsupport@paypams.com.

School Nutrition Program Contacts
+ Dickl, Jonathan, Director
+ Anderson, Amber, School Area Leader
+ Cannon, James, Software Specialist
+ Cline , Cindy, School Area Leader
+ Cox, Teresa, Payroll Admin. Assistant
+ Dewine, Kristin, School Area Leader
+ Foster, Brett, School Area Leader
+ Hall, Tonya, Free and Reduced Specialist
+ Hanna, Kelli, Vendor Liaison
+ Harvey, Mary Nell, Senior Field Manager
+ McCown, Wanda, Senior Field Manager
+ Meady, Sharon, School Area Leader
+ Perry-Burst, Carolyn, Nutritionist
+ Roop, Debra, Quality Assurance Specialist
+ Teffeteller, Rita, Senior Field Manager
+ Whittle, Linda, Inventory Clerk
Click on name to see details.
About Nutrition
Documents
 Approved Foods.pdf
Approved snacks under the nutrition guidelines of Knox County Schools. This is a pdf file requiring Adobe Acrobat to read it.
 Nutrition Nibbles 2-10-14.docx
Information provided regarding nutritional adequacy of school meals.

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