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Visit www.fcsnutrition.com for menus and more!

Fulton County School Nutrition joins the Georgia Department of Education’s new state-wide initiative to Shake It Up in School Nutrition, which our district’s own Chef William Sloan has played a key role in developing. The initiative was created to enhance the flavor and improve the perception of school meals by focusing on three key areas:

tasty meals, friendly cafes and happy schools.


Fulton County School Nutrition Program pledged gold for all 95 schools as a commitment to strengthen the image and value of school food. The initiative was founded in partnership with the Georgia State Board of Education.The goal is to showcase school nutrition programs going above and beyond and to encourage schools to strive to be their best.


With this pledge, the Fulton County School Nutrition Program makes a commitment to:

  • Strive for excellence and positive change
  • Build relationships with students and our community
  • Advance and enhance school food quality and taste
  • Promote school food as tasty and nutritious
  • Provide quality service and care to all stakeholders
  • Maintain highest standards of food service and cleanliness

FCS School Nutrition took the School Breakfast Challenge

Schools across the district celebrated National School Breakfast Week in March. Festivities throughout the week included celebrity servers, contests, and prize giveaways. Cafes also featured Breakfast for Lunch and hosted a Try-It Tuesday offering free Grapefruit samples.



Georgia Agriculture Awareness Week

March 20–24, 2017 was the first annual Georgia Agriculture Awareness Week. During this week, schools celebrated agriculture in our great state. Cafes offered Georgia Grown Hydro Bibb Lettuce at lunch, Northwood Elementary received a special visit from Georgie the Dog, and on Agriculture Literacy Day 15 Woodland Elementary students received a private reading from Governor Deal & First Lady Deal! Other activities this week included Ag Hero Day and Make My Plate Georgia Grown.  



Nutrition for Learning

With testing right around the corner, it is important that students are fueled up and ready to focus during testing time! Did you know that eating a school breakfast helps prepare the brain for a day of learning and activity, while eating school lunch keeps the brain going?


Every day at school the cafe works hard to provide students with nutritious and delicious hot and cold breakfast and lunch entrée choices with the choice of fresh fruits and vegetables and a choice of milk. All students can eat delicious and nutritious school meals to get powered up for an awesome day of success!


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