• Monday - Thursday Students

    The School Nutrition staff in each school will provide breakfast and lunch for students who are in-person from Monday – Thursday.

    On Thursday, each student will be provided a 3-Day take-home meal kit for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. 


  • MCS School Pick-Up Sites for 7-day Meal Kits

    7-day meal kits must be pre-ordered by the preceding Wednesday at 12pm (noonfor each Friday’s pick up.

    Please use the links below to order your meal kit.

    To order your 7-Day Meal Kit:

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    • Meal pick-up locations will be open Friday from 8:00 am -1:00 pm at Marietta High School & Marietta Sixth Grade Academy. 
        • Marietta High School:
          • 1171 Whitlock Ave, Marietta, GA 30064
          • Drive to the LEFT side of the school; pull up to the bus ramp. Stay in your car & wear a mask Call 770-429-3156 & your meal kit(s) will be brought out to you.
        • Marietta Sixth Grade Academy:
          • 340 Aviation Rd SE, Marietta, GA 30060
          • Drive to the BACK of the school; pull up to the kitchen door Stay in your car & wear a mask Call 770-429-3951 & your meal kit(s) will be brought out to you.
      • Meal pick-up locations will provide a 7-day meal kits (breakfast and lunch) at no cost to all children 18 & under, or under the age of 21 for youth with special needs.
      • All children, regardless of school enrollment or meal eligibility status, can receive a 7-day meal kit at no cost.
      • Pick-up meal kits at no cost, from either Meal Distribution Site near you. Children do not have to be present to receive a 7-day meal kit. A student’s ID Number is not needed to receive a 7-day meal kit.

Online Meal Application

  • MCS Online Meal Application

    Online Applications are Now Available for the 2020-2021 School Year

    All MCS Households are encouraged to complete a Free & Reduced Meal Application.  If you choose to not complete an application or your application is processed as Full-Pay, you are responsible for providing your student(s) with money to purchase breakfast and/or lunch or provide them with a meal from home.


    Please click to complete a 2020-2021 Meal Application.

Cobb & Douglas Public Health Inspection Scores (Spring 2020):

  • Early Learning Center 100 A
    A. L. Burruss Elementary  100 A
    Dunleith Elementary   100 A
    Hickory Hills Elementary 100 A
    Lockheed Elementary  91 A
    Park Street Elementary 100 A
    Sawyer Road Elementary 99 A
    West Side Elementary 100 A
    Marietta Center for Advanced Academics 100 A
    Marietta Sixth Grade Academy 100 A
    Marietta Middle School 100 A
    Marietta High School 100 A

  • Keepin' it Safe

MCS Nutrition Catering

  • We’re excited to announce that the MCS School Nutrition Department now offers catering not only to the MCS District, but for any of your Community, Athletic, Professional Learning, or Family Events!

    pdf icon  Catering Menu      pdf icon  Catering Order Guide

    To place your catering order click here

Important Links


  • Cindy Culver
    Director of School Nutrition
    250 Howard Street
    Marietta, GA 30060
    Phone: (770) 422-3500 ext. 7227

    Donisha Harrison
    Assistant Director of School Nutrition 
    250 Howard Street
    Marietta, GA 30060
    Phone: (770) 422-3500 ext. 7273

    Adrian Wright
    Compliance Specialist
    250 Howard Street
    Marietta, GA 30060
    Phone: (770) 422-3500 ext. 7274

    Destiny Gwynn
    Culinary Manager
    250 Howard Street
    Marietta, GA 30060
    Phone: (770) 422-3500 ext. 7260

    Tina Ingall
    250 Howard Street
    Marietta, GA 30060
    Phone: (770) 422-3500 ext. 7223


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