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October 2015 SNP Newsletter
Fulton County Schools Honored at State Capitol for Farm to School Achievements
Fulton County Schools was recognized with the Golden Radish Award, a prestigious state-wide distinction recognizing excellence in farm to school programs in School Year 2014-2015, including: 
  • 94 Fulton County Schools participated in Taste Tests of locally grown produce.
  • 34 Fulton County Schools maintain an edible garden.
  • 81 times Farm to School was integrated into standards-based curriculum in SY 14-15. 
Lessons ranged from plant life cycles, experiential agriculture with school gardens, identifying edible plant parts, learning fractions by making salads from garden harvests, and learning about organic farming.

Pictured left to right are Fulton County School Nutrition Ruth Taylor, State School Superintendent Richard Woods, Fulton County School Nutrition Holly Thaw, Public Health Commissioner Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald, Georgia Organics Board Chair Mandy Mahoney, Fulton County Schools Nutrition Executive Director Alyssia Wright, and Commissioner of Agriculture Gary Black at the Golden Radish Award Ceremony

Fulton County School Nutrition Managers Recognized for Best Serving Line Presentation!

Area Supervisor Andrea Smith, Chattahoochee High Nutrition Manager Anne Prianti, and Executive Director of School Nutrition Alyssia Wright Chattahoochee High Café’s Fresh Deli Line
Managers across the district competed for the best presentation of their serving lines.  Congratulations to Chattahoochee High School Nutrition Manager Anne Prianti and Cliftondale Elementary School Nutrition Manager Eric Woodson!
Area Supervisor Denise Weir, Cliftondale Elementary Nutrition Manager Eric Woodson, and Executive Director of School Nutrition Alyssia Wright Cliftondale Elementary’s Mango Chicken and Veggie Fried Rice
National School Lunch Week

National School Lunch Week will emphasize the healthy foods that are offered daily at Fulton County Schools. Elementary school cafes will have special guest servers, a Poster Contest for students to draw a “snapshot” of their favorite school lunch, and a Prize Pencil Giveaway.  Wednesday, Oct 14th is National Take Your Parent to Lunch Day, and parents can see today’s school lunch for themselves!   Middle and High schools will celebrate with special guest servers, free samples on “Try-It Tuesday” and the chance to win prizes with the completion of a Menu Survey.

OCTOBER IS

NATIONAL

FARM TO SCHOOL MONTH