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Visit www.fcsnutrition.com for menus and more!

Students Enjoy Locally Grown Watermelon!

As part of the award-winning Farm to School initiative of the Fulton County School Nutrition Program all students had the opportunity to enjoy sweet and juicy Georgia Grown watermelon as part of school lunches in August!

Not only is the farm fresh watermelon good for the environment because it is grown locally and takes less fuel to get to our cafeterias, but watermelon is also great for student health! Watermelon is high in vitamins A, C, fiber, and potassium – all of which are great for our bodies!

Constitution Day

Celebrate Constitution Day on Friday September 16th in FCS Cafes with a patriotic serving of Red, White & Blue Berries!  

School Nutrition Catering

So much to do, so little time? School Nutrition offers catering services for district wide and school-based functions to fit your needs.

 Click here for more details!

Garden Tip

Feeling inspired by the garden at your child’s school? Why not plant a garden at home! Gardens can be planted in your back yard or in a container on your back porch. Produce to try this fall include: spinach, broccoli, kale, cabbage or even carrots! Include your child(ren) in the gardening process to get them excited about healthy eating!


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