Ashland Independent School District Child Nutrition Services
School Nutrition Sites, Address, Phone Number and Site Manager
|Paul G. Blazer High School
||1500 Blazer Blvd.
||327-6040 ext. 6048
|Ashland Middle School
||2800 Kansas Street
||327-2727 ext. 3108
|Crabbe Elementary School
|Hager Elementary School
||1600 Blackburn Avenue
||327-2738 ext. 2142
|Oakview Elementary School
||3111 Blackburn Avenue
||327-2733 ext. 1029
|Poage Elementary School
||3215 South 29th Street
|Charles Russell Elementary School
||1100 Russell Street
||327-2735 ext. 2125
||1820 Hickman Street
||327-2706 ext. 2744
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