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DeSoto County Schools

Office of Child Nutrition

325 Kapik Dr.

Hernando, MS 38632

Ph  662-429-5271

Fax 662-449-7234

Hours of Operation:

M-F 7:30 am-4:30 pm


We know that food is fuel. In order for children to be successful in the classroom, they must be well nourished. We have been working very hard to provide well balanced meals to help children succeed. We are proud to report the Department’s accomplishment over the last few years:

The State of Mississippi has implemented some of the highest nutrition standards in the nation.

We now offer whole grains and have no added transfats.

We have reduced fat content of all milk to 1% or less.

We have made a commitment to offer more fresh fruits and vegetables.

We have made a commitment to replace fryers and eventually eliminate all frying in our schools.

We have computerized every school to provide parents the best technology to keep track of their child’s meal account. This includes prepayments, email notification of low balances, and a purchased history of what their child is buying.

There is still work to do and there will be challenges ahead. If we remain focused on our goals and work together, we will get there.

Thank you for making DeSoto County Schools Child Nutrition part of your day!


DeSoto County Child Nutrition Staff

Name: Title: Phone: Email:
Alex Hallmark Director 449-7267
Angela Hanson Asst. Director 449-7114
Leigh Cornish Bookkeeper 449-7174
Cheryl Whitehead F&R Coordinator 449-7125
Judy Donahue Accounts Payable 449-7116
Amy Wells Area Supervisor 449-7201
Pam Frame Area Supervisor
Shelly Bruce Area Supervisor
LaTonya Thomas Area Supervisor
Tony Wilroy Technical Support 449-7165
Cordis Dover Maintenance    
Doug Scruggs Maintenance    
Paul Medlin Maintenance 449-7115  
Jennifer Samson Data Clerk 449-7201
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