Company Spotlight: Rock Hill Schools Food Service

Company Spotlight: Rock Hill Schools Food Service

During the current pandemic, many local companies and organizations have been stepping up to provide for their communities, so we have been featuring them in our Company Spotlights.

This month’s spotlight is on Rock Hill Schools. Since the start of the COVID-19 crisis, Rock Hill School District has been providing grab-and-go breakfast and lunch service to students 18 and younger.  The following locations provide food service: Belleview Elementary, Finley Road Elementary, Richmond Drive Elementary, Oakdale Elementary, Rosewood Elementary, and Rawlinson Road Middle School. Breakfast is served 8 – 10 am and lunch is served 11 am – 1 pm.

More info is available on this page.

The italicized text below is from the Rock Hill School District website.

About Rock Hill Schools

Our Mission: Rock Hill Schools will provide all students with challenging work that authentically engages them in the learning process and prepares them for successful futures.

Prime Location: Located just 20 miles south of Charlotte, N.C., we are in one of the fastest growing areas of South Carolina.

We’re Growing: With nearly 18,000 students, we are the largest school district in York County and the 11th largest in South Carolina. Our campuses cover more than 3.5 million square feet of facilities and 1,200 acres of land.

World-Class Schools: 27 schools — 1 preschool, 17 elementaries, 5 middle, 3 high, 1 career/technology center 
Additional focused learning campuses include: The Phoenix Academy, Renaissance, Rebound, ParentSmart, Adult Education, Crossroads, and Aquatics Center.

Student Population: More than 17,500
54% Caucasian, 35% African American, 6% Hispanic, 1.5% Asian, 1.5% American Indian, 2% Other
44% free lunch, 8% reduced lunch, 14% with disabilities

Highly-Qualified Employees: Approximately 2,400 employees including 1,340 teachers, 105 administrators, 855 other support staff

Strong Community Support: Rock Hill Schools is a diverse community of schools with an established history of innovations designed to meet the needs of all students. We have a long-standing reputation for providing quality education to all students and an unparalleled breadth of committed professionals from the classroom to the board room.

Our schools have an “open door” policy. We want parents at all grade levels to become actively involved in their child’s education, and we gladly provide opportunities for anyone who wants to volunteer to support our students and staff.

 

View and apply for open positions on the Rock Hill Schools employer page.