School Nutrition

  School Nutrition Employee Appreciation

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The Craven County Schools School Nutrition Program will provide nutritious meals and a wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables for the students of Craven County Schools.


The Craven County School School Nutrition will provide and maintain safe, nutritious and quality meal services for the students of Craven County Schools.

We believe:

  • In a safe environment.
  • In strategic planning for continuous improvements.
  • Maintaining a 97 or above sanitation standards in all cafeterias.
  • In process improvement based on the analysis of customer driven data.
  • Through continuous improvement of operations we will become more effective and efficient.


Check out the Craven County Schools

Nutrition Association Chapter 

Craven County Schools Nutrition Association Chapter State Conference

Officers for 2015-2016

Rick Crosby, AHB- President                        Sophia Matson, ORE- President Elect
Emily Zachary, HJM -Vice President      Janis Morgan, ORE- Treasurer
Karen Sweatt, BES- Secretary

Chapter Meetings – 3:30 – 4:40 p.m. 

September 17, Brinson Memorial  – Installation of Officers
October 15, Oaks Road Elementary
November 19, H.J. MacDonald
December – Christmas Parades no meeting

January 14, Brinson Elementary

February – No meeting – District II – location TBA

March 17, Oaks Road Elementary

April 14, H.J. MacDonald

May 19, Brinson Elementary

June 10 – End of year party – location TBA



Craven County School Nutrition Services
1822 Hazel Avenue
New Bern, NC 28562
p: 252-514-6360
f: 252-672-7092

Director: Gretchen S. Wilson, SNS
Supervisor: Jill Moreno, SNS
Supervisor: Kathryn Exum, SNS

Bookkeeper: Andrea Matthews
Administrative Assistant: Melody Howell
Warehouse Manager: Larry Dutton
School Nutrition Maintenance: Keith Eubanks

The following list contains School Name and School Nutrition Managers.

School Nutrition School Managers List


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