Schools Win Smarter Lunchroom Awards

May 16, 2018

Rachael Terrin, of the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, attended the may Escambia County School Board meeting Tuesday to present the Healthier U.S. School Challenge Smarter Lunchrooms Awards.

The award recognizes schools for their efforts in improving food and beverage offerings, teaching kids about nutritious food choices and being physically active, providing opportunities for physical activity, and having supportive school wellness policies.

Bronze Awards were earned by: A.K. Suter Elementary School, Beulah Elementary School, Blue Angels Elementary School, Bratt Elementary School, Cordova Park Elementary School, Hellen Caro Elementary School, Lipscomb Elementary School, N.B. Cook Elementary School, Pine Meadow Elementary School, and Scenic Heights Elementary School.

Silver Awards were presented to: Bellview Elementary School, Brentwood Elementary School, Ensley Elementary School, Global Learning Academy, Jim Allen Elementary School, Lincoln Park Elementary School, Longleaf Elementary School, McArthur Elementary School, Montclair Elementary School, Navy Point Elementary School, Oakcrest Elementary School, Pleasant Grove Elementary School, Sherwood Elementary School, Warrington Elementary School, and West Pensacola Elementary School.

(District 5/North Escambia schools are in bold.)


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