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Joe Shamy, foodservice director at Sylvania Schools, says the school meals he and his staff serve are balanced, healthy and cost less than food from the store.
Meals at Clarke Middle School’s restaurant are prepared by students participating in the school’s Kitchen Garden Corps, which helps them gain leadership, culinary and agricultural skills.
Foodservice staff at Lanesborough Elementary School have joined the Lanesborough Education Association collective-bargaining unit, allowing the union to negotiate on their behalf.
This fall, students at Perrysburg Junior High will have a new cafeteria that looks more like a buffet, complete with their choice of eight entrees.
Bibbs County Schools nutrition program recently allowed district employees and special guests to try new recipes that will be served in the fall.
Cafeteria workers at Dawkins Middle School are learning to make meals from scratch using fresh, locally grown ingredients.
To help students avoid embarrassment and remain well fed throughout the day, Baltimore City Public Schools will now offer free breakfast and lunch to all students, regardless of their families’...
An USDA official says that although Oklahoma’s summer-nutrition program has grown, it still isn’t expansive enough to meet students’ needs.
Eden Prairie School District recently received a $12,500 grant that officials hope will reduce the number of lunch trays and other reusable items that need to be repurchased when students throw them...
Through the new Creating Healthy Schools and Communities program, awardees of the funds will work directly with school districts and food retailers to improve access to nutritious foods.

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