School Nutrition Staff

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    Looking for a job that allows you to be at home when your family needs you there? Join our team as a Substitute School Nutrition Worker!

    ACPS Substitutes are on-call with no guaranteed days or hours. Shifts vary by school - between 3-7 hours per day from 6 a.m. - 3 p.m. There are no benefits associated with substituting. Employees have evenings, weekends, school holidays, and snow days off. To apply for an open position, please visit our Human Resources Employment Opportunities webpage, or contact Human Resources at or 703-619-8010 if you have problems or questions.

ACPS Nutrition Director

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ACPS Nutrition Office Staff

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ACPS School Nutrition Staff

  • Alexandria City High School ? King Street Campus
  • Alexandria City High School ? Minnie Howard Campus
  • Charles Barrett Elementary School
  • Cora Kelly School
  • Douglas MacArthur Elementary
  • Ferdinand T. Day Elementary
  • Francis C. Hammond Middle
  • George Mason Elementary
  • George Washington Middle
  • James K. Polk Elementary
  • Jefferson Houston PreK-8 IB School
  • John Adams Elementary
  • Lyles-Crouch Traditional Academy
  • Mount Vernon Community School
  • Naomi L. Brooks Elementary
  • Patrick Henry K8 School
  • Samuel W. Tucker Elementary
  • William Ramsay Elementary
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