• COVID-19 MEAL PLAN

    To ensure the students of Franklin County Schools continue to receive healthy and nutritious meals during the time schools are closed in response to COVID-19, Franklin County Schools will be providing breakfasts and lunches free of charge to students and anyone 18 and younger.  This Meal Plan will begin Wednesday, March 18th and will continue until further notice. 

    Meals will be prepared at each school cafeteria by Franklin County Schools CNP staff.  All Alabama Department of Public Health and USDA procedures and guidelines for meal prep, storage, service and sanitation will be observed.

     

    Meals will be provided according to the following schedule:

     

    Bus Riders

    Five (5) breakfast meals and five (5) lunch meals will be delivered to each bus rider.   These meals will be delivered between 10:00 a.m. and 12 Noon on Monday, March 23rd and each Monday thereafter until students are allowed to return to school.  PLEASE! Be available to receive your meals when the bus arrives.  You will not need to get on the bus to get your meals.  School personnel will bring your meals from the bus.

     

    Car Riders

    Five (5) breakfast meals and five (5) lunch meals will be available for pickup at your school between 10:00 a.m. and 12 Noon on Monday, March 23rd and each Monday thereafter until students are allowed to return to school.  Meals will be served in your school’s drop-off/pick-up line.  Some of the lines will be reversed to make serving easier.  There will be personnel on each campus to guide traffic flow.  Please follow their direction at all times and DO NOT get out of your vehicle while on campus.  At the point of pick-up, someone will bring meals to your car for all children in the car.

     

    SOCIAL DISTANCING MUST BE OBSERVED AT ALL TIMES.

     

     

    COVID-19 El Plan de Alimentación

     

    Para asegurarnos que todos los estudiantes de las escuelas del Condado de Franklin reciban alimentos saludables y nutritivos durante los días que las escuelas cerraran por el Coronavirus, las escuelas del Condado de Franklin proveerán desayunos y almuerzos gratuitos para todos los estudiantes y personas de 18 años o menos de edad. Este Plan de Alimentación comenzará este jueves, 19 de marzo hasta nuevo aviso.  

     

    Los alimentos se prepararán cada día en las cafeterías de cada escuela por las cocineras CNP. Todos los procedimientos para preparar los alimentos se llevarán acabo estrictamente por las regulaciones del Departamento de Salud Público de Alabama y el USDA.

     

     

    Los alimentos se distribuyeran según el siguiente programa:

     

     

    Los Estudiantes de Autobús

    Cinco (5) desayunos and cinco (5) almuerzos se les proveerán a cada estudiante de autobús. Estos alimentos se distribuyeran entre el horario de las 10:00 A.M. y 12:00 P.M. (mediodía) el lunes, 23 de marzo y después cada lunes de cada semana hasta que los estudiantes puedan regresar a la escuela. ¡POR FAVOR! Estén afuera y listo en la parada del autobús de su hijo para poder recibir estos alimentos entre el horario mencionado. No hay necesidad que usted se suba al autobús a recoger los alimentos. Más bien, un(a) trabajador(a) de la escuela le entregará los alimentos personalmente.

     

     

    Los Estudiantes que los Recogen por Carro

    Cinco (5) desayunos and cinco (5) almuerzos estarán disponible para recoger en la escuela de su hijo entre el horario de las 10:00 A.M. y 12:00 P.M. (mediodía) el lunes, 23 de marzo y después cada lunes de cada semana hasta que los estudiantes puedan regresar a la escuela. Estos alimentos se distribuyeran adonde normalmente usted recogería a su hijo en las tardes. Un(a) trabajador(a) de la escuela estará presente ese día para poder guiar los carros. ¡POR FAVOR! Siga las direcciones y ordenes en todo momento y NO SALGA de su carro por ninguna razón. Alguien lo asistirá y le proveerá los alimentos para cada niño que este en el carro con usted. 

     

     

    LA DISTANCIA SOCIAL SERÁ PUESTA EN PRACTICA EN TODO MOMENTO

  • Thank you Betty Mahan for 60 years of dedicated service to Vina High School and community.

     

    Betty Mahan was recently honored at the CNP Spring Directors meeting in Montgomery, Alabama.

    Betty started working in the Vina Cafeteria in 1960. Her starting pay was $2.00 per day.

    In 1966 the county started building the cafeteria that Betty works in now; and in 1968 they moved in and began to serve students

    Betty did not know how to drive when Monroe passed away. She taught herself.  She is a very strong woman. She broke her leg November 2, 2017 while delivering breakfast in the classroom.  The cart she was pulling ran over her.  Doctor’s prescribed 6-8 weeks of rehabilitation.  Betty was back home after 3 weeks.

     The Vina School burned in 1981 but the cafeteria remained intact. The students had classes in the cafeteria during the rebuilding of the school.

     To this day, Betty still enjoys mowing her lawn and working in her yard. She also enjoys spending time with her cats and tending her chickens.

     Betty has served four generations of students. She has worked with:

    ·         Four different CNP Directors

    ·         Ten different Principals

    ·         Six Different Superintendents

    ·         Five Different Managers

     

    We all love and appreciate you Miss Betty!

CNP State Director June Barrett-Owens, Betty Mahan and Superintendent Greg Hamilton
CNP Staff attended State Meeting