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Central Office Burke County Public Schools
789 Burke Veterans Parkway
Waynesboro, GA 30830
706-554-5393
Fax 706-554-5655
 
Donna S. Martin, Ed.S., R.D., L.D.
Director, School Nutrition Program
DMartin@Burke.K12.ga.us

Daphne Callison
School Nutrition Program Secretary
DCalliso@Burke.K12.ga.us

Delia Peel
School Nutrition Program Bookkeeper
dpeel@Burke.k12.ga.us
 
Susan Dixon 
Summer Feeding/Supper Program Secretary
706-554-3532
 
Lianni Maldanado, RDN
Early Head Start/Wellness/Farm to School Dietitian
706-554-2306

Burke County High School
grades 9-12
Annette Hankerson, Manager
ahankerson@Burke.k12.ga.us
Kim Waters,Assistant Manager
1057 Burke Veterans Parkway
Waynesboro, GA 30830
Office 706-554-6691
Lunchroom 706-554-8090

Burke County Middle School
grades 6-8
Malinda Mitchell, Manager
Mmithcell@Burke.K12.ga.us
Lakeisha Gordon, Assistant Manager
200 Southside Drive.
Waynesboro, GA 30830
Office 706-554-3532
Lunchroom 706-554-8085

Blakeney Elementary School
grades 3-5
Crystal Davis, Manager
cdavis@Burke.K12.ga.us
Benita Brown, Assistant Manager
100 Olympia Drive
Waynesboro, GA 30830
Office 706-554-2265
Lunchroom 706-554-8045

Sardis Girard Alexander Elementary School
grades PK-5
Joann Hilton, Manager
jhilton@Burke.K12.ga.us
1265 Charles Perry Blvd.
Sardis, GA
30456
Office 478-569-4432

Waynesboro Primary School
grades PK-2
Doris Hilton, Manager
dhilton@burke.k12.ga.us
352 Southside Drive.
Waynesboro, GA 30830
Office 706-554-5125
Lunchroom 706-554-2357


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