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Jackson County School Board Food Services earns Bronze rating Featured

Penny Taylor , Dr. Terry Nichols, Superintendent of Schools Larry Moore, Rachel Terrin, Charlotte Gardner, Stacey Goodson, Chris Johnson, Tony Pumphrey, Jackson Noonan, Rikita Patel, and Cheryl McDaniel accept a banner for the ‘Bronze’ award. Penny Taylor , Dr. Terry Nichols, Superintendent of Schools Larry Moore, Rachel Terrin, Charlotte Gardner, Stacey Goodson, Chris Johnson, Tony Pumphrey, Jackson Noonan, Rikita Patel, and Cheryl McDaniel accept a banner for the ‘Bronze’ award. Shelia Mader | TIMES

Jack Noonan’s name is synonymous with exemplary food service in Jackson County.  Noonan is the Jackson County School Board’s Food Service Director.  He makes sure all lunchrooms are in compliance with the newest guidelines, that food is properly prepared and served and all students are fed breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday, 180 days a year.  Noonan has worked tirelessly to improve the services in all lunchrooms in Jackson County and this year, it paid off.  

The Jackson County School Board in its monthly meeting Monday afternoon was presented a bronze banner in recognition of the district’s recent award.  Superintendent of Schools Larry Moore was presented with a polo shirt also.  

The Florida Coordinated Partnership made the presentation before the board, stating, “We are thrilled to be here as members of the Florida Coordinated School Partnership to make this presentation.”

Mr. Moore and the board members thanked them for coming to the board meeting and for the banner and shirt.

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