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About Us - Administration - Food & Nutrition Services

Pam Casey, Director of Food & Nutrition Services

Pamela Casey is a long time Floyd County resident and a Floyd Central High School Alumni.  She graduated from Purdue University with her Bachelor of Science degree in Dietetics.  Pam came to New Albany Floyd County Consolidated School Corporation (NAFCS) in 1997 assuming the role of Director of Food Services already having more than 15 years of foodservice operational and administrative experience including; K-12 Segment Specialist, VP of Food Management and Nutrition Consulting , Corporate Dining Director, Food Management Consultant, and Gourmet Food and Restaurant Manager. 
Pam, as Director of Food & Nutrition Services, is responsible for all aspects of planning, organizing and administering; USDA and State of Indiana Department of Education nutritional and financial guidelines, the nutritional needs for the NAFCS 11,500 students, overseeing the daily operation of 15 buildings and 150 foodservice staff members as well as the fiscal responsibility for the 6 million dollar annual budget.  
Pam has been involved with a variety of nutrition organizations and certifications such as the American Dietetic Association, School Nutrition Association (Certified School Nutrition Specialist), National Restaurant Association (Certified Foodservice Management Professional), Southern Indiana Purchasing Cooperative (former Director and founding member).  Pam also serves on two industry advisory panels;  School Nutrition Association’s TrendSetter panel, which consists of 150 School Nutrition Directors representing all regions and district sizes within the US to provide in-depth insights into current trends in school nutrition, and the HPS (Purchasing Cooperative) School Purchasing Advisory Committee, where she serves to help schools secure better vendor pricing.

The New Albany Floyd County Consolidated School Corporation's school lunch program is designed to provide one third of a student's recommended daily allowance of nutrients.

Menus are planned to ensure that they meet the new USDA Dietary Guidelines for Americans. The meal pattern has four components: meat/meat-alternate foods, fruits/vegetables, bread/bread-equivalent foods, and milk as a beverage.
The United States Congress created the school lunch program in 1946 in the belief that "it is a measure of national security to safeguard the health and well being of the nation's children." The objective of the program is to provide nutritionally sound meals at an affordable price.

The NAFC Consolidated School Corporation's school lunch program is designed to provide one third of a student's recommended daily allowance of nutrients. Menus are planned to ensure that they meet the new USDA Dietary Guidelines for Americans. The meal pattern has four components: meat/meat-alternate foods, fruits/vegetables, bread/bread-equivalent foods, and milk as a beverage.

Certain foods are provided for the school lunch and breakfast programs through the USDA commodity program. The Department of Agriculture purchases these foods on a bid basis. They are of the highest quality available.

Breakfast is offered at some schools.

Free and reduced-price lunches and breakfasts are available to those students from families meeting specific income criteria.

2011-12 Elementary Schools Breakfast and Lunch Menus

Please click here to see the breakfast and lunch menus at the elementary schools during the 2011-12 school year.

Prepay Options

Simply send money or a check in a sealed envelope labeled with your child's name, grade, and amount to be added to their lunch and/or breakfast account on Monday morning to the school cafeteria. you may prepay by the week, month or year, if you choose.

The money will be entered into your child's account and used only when they come through the breakfast or lunch line. your child's account can not be used for ala carte purchases. When their account gets low (3 meals left) the clerk will begin reminding them that they need to bring another prepayment. This is a convenient way to ensure that your child will be eating a well-balanced, nutritious school lunch every day.


Should you ever need to request a refund of the money on a student's meal account, simply complete and return this form.


Dear New Albany Floyd County Schools Families:

We are thrilled to announce that we offer MealpayPlus (www.mealpayplus.com), a state-of-the-art online service that offers you the convenience and information you need to manage your student’s meal account. This system will eliminate the need to send checks to school or worry about lost or forgotten lunch money, and speeds up serving lines in the cafeteria.

At no cost, MealpayPlus allows any family to:

• Create a free, secured account to manage your student’s account
• Check your student’s current account balance
• Monitor the items your student has been purchasing in the cafeteria
• Create settings to receive email notifications when the account reaches a low balance

For a convenience fee (4.75% of payment), MealpayPlus allows any family to:

• Make a prepayment into your student’s meal account using a check, credit card, or debit card at www.mealpayplus.com or by calling 866-682-9289! Prepayments can be made to one or more children's accounts with one convenience fee. Funds deposited through MealpayPlus are usually available for student use within an hour. This feature eliminates the need to send a check to school or worry about lost or forgotten lunch money.
• Create settings to automatically replenish your student’s account when it reaches a low balance.

It is of utmost importance that schools and parents partner to guide our student’s nutritional choices, and MealpayPlus provides a way to do that. We strongly encourage all parents (even if you do not prepay for your student’s meal account) to create an account at no cost through www.mealpayplus.com and remain involved in your student’s nutritional decisions.

To create a new account, follow the onscreen directions and register your student using their Alternate Student ID Number. You will find the Alternate Student ID Number on their Textbook Rental/Registration Profile forms or you can obtain the number by calling the school office, school Food Service Manager, or by contacting the Food Service Department at (812)542-4703.

For those who do wish to prepay into their student’s meal account, MealpayPlus offers several convenient ways to do so by visiting www.mealpayplus.com or calling 866-682-9289 from anywhere, at anytime.

Thank you for your continued support, and we are proud that we will continue to offer you convenience and information through MealpayPlus. We consistently strive to find new and better ways to serve our students and our families, and we thank you for partnering with us in this effort.


Ms. Pam Casey serves as the Director of Food Services.

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