The Cherokee County School District will begin offering students and parents a closer look at school cafeteria menus this school year with the new MealViewer To Go app and website.
The system, which launches today, not only lists what’s on the breakfast and lunch menu each day, but also includes photos and nutritional information. The menu for the first day of school is available now through MealViewer, with more menus, photos and nutritional information being added daily in preparation for the start of school.
“Our award-winning School Nutrition department, led by Director Tina Farmer, is dedicated to providing nutritious and delicious meals to students and ensuring parents are informed about those choices,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian V. Hightower said. “MealViewer is yet another way our School Nutrition department is improving customer service, and we appreciate all that they do to keep our children well-fed and focused.”
To use MealViewer, students and parents can visit the website at https://schools.mealviewer.com/ (there’s also a link on the Menus page on the CCSD website) or download the free app on their smartphone. It’s easy to set up a free account, and you can find your school by searching for it by name or by city.
The traditional full-month “at a glance” menus for all schools remains available on the CCSD website here: https://www.cherokee.k12.ga.us/SchoolNutrition/Content2/menus
MealViewer menu item example of Hamburger on the Cherokee HS lunch menu