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May 6th - 10th is School Nutrition Employee Appreciation Week

May 6th-10th is designated to honor our hardworking School Nutrition Program professionals!  As valuable members of the team they are recognized for all the important school nutrition tasks completed each day.  Between preparing healthy meals for Fulton County School students, adhering to strict nutrition standards, ensuring food safety, and offering service with a smile, School Nutrition Professionals are true superheroes!  Please take a moment the week of May 6th-10th to recognize your school nutrition employees for all of their hard work ensuring safe and nutritious meals are served every day!

Outstanding Charges & Student Refunds

Outstanding Charges: The School Nutrition Program asks that all outstanding charges be paid before the end of the school year.  Schools may accept cash and checks at the school cafeteria or money can be applied to the students account via credit card at www.mypaymentsplus.com.  Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.

Student Refunds: Any pre-paid balances will follow the students to their next Fulton County School year, even if changing schools within the district.  If wishing to withdraw remaining funds, students/parents can request a refund from the School Nutrition Manager until May 23, 2013.  Note: if refund exceeds available cash at the school site, the manager will submit a request to School Nutrition Program Accounting.  After May 23, 2013, students/parents can contact the School Nutrition Department at 404-669-8960.

A Year in Review: Elevate the Plate 2012-2013

As the school year comes to a close, let us take a moment to review the progress the program made improving School Nutrition this year:

  • Introduced the New Meal Pattern, offering even more whole grains, fruits and veggies!  In March FCS SNP passed the USDA and State GADOE Validation Review of our menus certifying compliance with the New Meal Pattern and Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 to ensure healthy meals are served to Fulton County School students!


  • Implemented updated food service software and technology to streamline processes and increase customer service.


  • Partnered with Children's Healthcare of Atlanta to provide childhood obesity prevention training to all of the School Nutrition Managers, and to pilot a Strong4Life program in 20 elementary schools to encourage students to make healthy choices.


  • Celebrated National School Lunch Week in October and National School Breakfast Week in March!



  •  Received National and Local Recognitions in SY 12-13:
  • USDA Southeast Region Best Practice Award - Customer Service, Autrey Mill Middle School Nutrition Program
  • GADOE Best Practice Award - Customer Service, Autrey Mill Middle School Nutrition Program
  • GADOE Best Practice Award - Farm to School, Fulton County School Nutrition Program
  • Healthier US School Challenge Bronze Award - Abbotts Hill Elementary
  • Healthier US School Challenge Bronze Award - Palmetto Elementary
  • Alliance for a Healthier Generation Bronze Award - High Point Elementary
  • Alliance for a Healthier Generation Bronze Award - Langston Hughes High
  • Alliance for a Healthier Generation Silver Award - Oakley Elementary
  • Action for Healthy Kids' Breakfast Grant Award - Hapeville Elementary
  • Action for Healthy Kids' Access to Healthy Foods Grant Award - Banneker High
  • Golden Radish Award - Fulton County School Nutrition Program
  • Face of Fulton Award - Marva Fahie, Centennial High School Nutrition Manager
  • Professional of Year Awards:
    • Teresa Carter, Holcomb Bridge Middle School Nutrition Manager
    • Gena Tatum, Haynes Bridge Middle School Nutrition Manager
    • Wanza Malcom, Crabapple Crossing Elementary School Nutrition Manager
    • Alicia Pruitt, Hopewell Middle School Nutrition Manager
    • Terrance Johnson, Parklane Elementary School Nutrition Manager


  • District Taste Tests - 14 different tastes tests are scheduled by the end of the SY12-13 to gather student feedback on potential new and healthy menu items. 


  • And of course, all of the above was done while making sure delicious, safe and nutritious meals, both breakfast and lunch, were served to all Fulton County School students every single school day in support of academic success!

 Learn More About School Meals
Visit: www.fultonschools.org/dept/schoolnutrition

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