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2019 Calendar of Events

GSNA 2019 Annual Conference 
April 11-13 - Athens, GA

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GSNA 2019 Election Slate 

Voting for the 2019 election is open until February 1, 2019. All eligible voting members received an email with their member ID and a link to the GSNA election site.
The election slate is as follows:
President-elect:         Tessany Lockhart, Houston County

Secretary:                   Nakeitha Carter, Griffin Spalding County
                                     Sheila Cooper, Coffee County                                           
School Level Chair:    James Bryant, Houston  County

2019 Legislative Advocacy Conference - March 12-13 - Atlanta, GA

GSNA is ready to get you "Equipped" for the 2019 legislative season. This year our "Hunger Focused" and "Service Minded"agenda will help reach Georgia legislators in a big way. School nutrition representatives will meet in the capital city to review our plan of action to advance the school nutrition advocacy agenda for the next year. Lobbying for school nutrition is MORE important than ever so join us and let your voice be heard!  Click here for more information and to register. 

2018-2019 Georgia School Nutrition Foundation School Garden Grants

The Georgia School Nutrition Foundation (GSNF) is happy to announce the winners of the School Garden Grants.

Congratulations to the following schools and programs:
Apalachee High School – Barrow County
GA Department of Juvenile Justice – Eastman Youth Development Campus
Sumter County Primary – Sumter County
West Jackson Elementary - Jackson County 

School gardens are a wonderful way to use school campuses as a classroom, reconnecting students with nature and teaching them the value of gardening and agriculture while enhancing their skills and knowledge in math, science, art, health and physical education.  In addition school gardens aid in supplementing cafeterias with healthy, self-grown food.

Each of the recipients will receive a $500 grant to help in maintaining their school gardens.

Georgia's 2019 SNA FAME Award Winners

GSNA congratulates our FAME (Foodservice Achievement Management Excellence) Awards winners.

Silver Leadership Award: Alyssia Wright, Executive Director, Fulton County Schools, Atlanta, Ga.
Silver Rising Star Award: Scott Richardson, Nutrition and Food Services Director, Warren County Board of Education, Augusta, Ga.

2019 GSNA Legislative Issues
GSNA Legislative Position Paper

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