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February 2014 SNP Newsletter
Fulton County School Nutrition Chef Wins Local CHOPPED Competition
General Mills Foodservice hosted a local food show for Georgia school nutrition professionals in January.  Clarence Martin, Chef and School Nutrition Manager at Renaissance Elementary School, was selected as 1 of 4 representatives in the state to cook in the Chopped Competition in front of an audience of school nutrition associates.  Mr. Martin prepared two different recipes, meeting all USDA School Nutrition requirements.  A panel of judges evaluated creativity, taste and appearance, and selected Fulton’s own Clarence Martin as the winner!

Clarence Martin, Chef and School Nutrition Manager at Renaissance Elementary

School Nutrition Charges to the Dome
In the first week of February, Executive Director of School Nutrition, Alyssia Wright, and Coordinators, Leslie Lew and Susan Stone, Area Supervisors, Alison Higgins and Tiffany Lawrence, represented Fulton County School Nutrition at the Georgia School Nutrition Association’s (GSNA) Legislative Advocacy Conference at the state capital.  The team joined other GSNA members to review state and national school nutrition issues, and then met with state Senators and Representatives to discuss the continued support needed to provide Georgia’s children with quality school meals that promote optimum health to ensure students are ready to learn.

Georgia’s Fuel Up First Breakfast Challenge Winners!
In the Fall of 2013, the State Department of Education teamed up with the Southeast United Dairy Industry Association (SUDIA) to challenge Georgia schools to increase school breakfast participation.

Two Fulton County schools, Ocee Elementary and Cogburn Woods Elementary, were awarded the Bronze place finish for increasing their breakfast participation by over 60%!  Each school will be receiving a monetary award!

Additionally, nine other Fulton County schools received Honorable Mention for increasing breakfast participation by over 20%!  Congratulations to Autrey Mill Middle, Langston Hughes High, Medlock Bridge Elementary, Mountain Park Elementary, Northview High, Renaissance Middle, Riverwood High, State Bridge Crossing Elementary, and Tri-Cities High School!

February Farm to School
The Fulton County Farm to School program integrates fresh whole foods into school meals while educating children about lifelong benefits of healthy eating.  Check out the farm fresh zucchini served in all Fulton County cafeterias in February! Because it’s grown close to home it helps support our local farmers, and takes less fuel to get it to our cafeterias.  Not only is the farm fresh zucchini good for the environment, zucchini is also great for the body!  Zucchini contains vitamin C, manganese, potassium and vitamin B6. Manganese is an essential mineral that helps form bone. That’s one super-vegetable that you’ve got to try today!
100% of grains offered on the Fulton County School Nutrition menus are whole grain-rich!  Registered dietitians and school nutrition experts carefully research ingredients to ensure that all offered cereals, rice, breads, biscuits, rolls, pasta, pizza crust, and even the breading on the chicken nuggets and seafood is whole grain-rich!

Lose the Winter Blues with some Green!
Any parent that makes a deposit into their student’s account through www.MyPaymentsPlus.com during February 20th – March 31st 2014 is eligible for a $1,000 parent giveaway! All payment types, including payments through the free mobile app and Auto Pay will be eligible.

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