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Georgia School Nutrition Program Best Practice Awards 2018

USDA Regional Best Practice Awards

  • Georgia Department of Education School Nutrition and Food Distribution:  Partnerships with other Governmental or Non-Governmental Organizations
  • Georgia Department of Education, Shake It Up:  Partnerships with other Governmental or Non-Governmental Organizations 
  • Cobb County:  Farm to School
  • Paulding County: Farm to School
  • Paulding County:  Promoting a Healthy School Environment
  • Putnam County charter School System: Fiscal Management, Small SFA Category
  • Savannah Chatham County:  Increasing Participation in School Lunch, School Breakfast or Snacks
  • Sumter County Schools:  Program Integrity in Child Nutrition Programs
  • Rockdale County Schools:  Summer Food Service Program or SSO Expansion
  • Carroll County:  Leadership Development and Training to Achieve Professional Standards
  • Barrow County:  Customer Service, small SFA category
  • Fulton County:  Customer Service, Large SFA category

Georgia Best Practice Awards

  • Rockdale County- Summer Food Service or Seamless Summer Option Outreach
  • Atlanta Public Schools- Leadership Development and Training to Achieve Personal Standards
  • Atlanta Public Schools- Use of Social Marketing
  • Baldwin County- Promoting a Healthy School Environment
  • Barrow County- SchoolsWorking Smarter, Not Harder
  • Barrow County- SchoolsFarm to School
  • Bartow County- Use of Social Marketing
  • Carroll County- Use of Social Marketing
  • Carroll County- Leadership Development and Training to Achieve Personal Standards
  • Carrollton City- Creative Utilization of USDA Foods
  • Carrollton City- Farm to School
  • Cherokee County- Farm to School
  • Cobb County- Farm to School
  • Cobb County- Promoting a Healthy School Environment
  • Coffee County- Farm to School
  • Dade County- Increasing Participation in School Lunch, Breakfast, or After School Snacks
  • DeKalb County- Leadership Development and Training to Achieve Personal Standards
  • Douglas County- Leadership Development and Training to Achieve Personal Standards
  • Effingham County- Farm to School
  • Fayette County- Program Integrity in Child Nutrition Programs
  • Fulton County- Increasing Participation in School Lunch, Breakfast, or After School Snacks
  • Fulton County- Working Smarter, Not Harder
  • GA Dept. of Education – FDU Partnership Development with other Governmental or Non-Governmental Organizations
  • Gainesville City- Leadership Development and Training to Achieve Personal Standards
  • Gainesville City- Creative Utilization of USDA Foods
  • Glynn County- Leadership Development and Training to Achieve Personal Standards
  • Hall County- Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program Impact
  • Hall County- Summer Food Service or Seamless Summer Option Outreach
  • Henry County- Increasing Participation in School Lunch, Breakfast, or After School Snacks
  • Houston County- Use of Social Marketing
  • Jackson County- Increasing Participation in School Lunch, Breakfast, or After School Snacks
  • Jackson County- Promoting a Healthy School Environment
  • Marietta City- Summer Food Service or Seamless Summer Option Outreach
  • Morgan County- Schools Farm to School
  • Newton County- Leadership Development and Training to Achieve Personal Standards
  • Putnam County- Fiscal Management Innovations
  • Savannah/Chatham County- Increasing Participation in School Lunch, Breakfast, or After School Snacks
  • Savannah/Chatham County- Summer Food Service or Seamless Summer Option Outreach
  • Sumter County- Farm to School
  • Thomaston/Upson Schools- Increasing Participation in School Lunch, Breakfast, or After School Snacks
  • Valdosta City- Leadership Development and Training to Achieve Personal Standards
  • Warren County- Promoting a Healthy School Environment
  • Wayne County- Farm to School
  • Floyd County- Summer Food Service or Seamless Summer Option Outreach
  • GaDOE Shake It Up- Partnership Development with other Governmental or Non-Governmental Organizations
  • Clayton County- Use of Social Marketing
  • Rockdale County- Farm to School
  • Paulding County- Farm to School
  • Paulding County- Promoting a Healthy School Environment
  • Sumter County- Program Integrity in Child Nutrition Programs

USDA Best Practice Award Regional Winners - 2017

State Farm to School Promotion

Georgia Department of Education

Increasing Participation in School Lunch, School Breakfast, or After School Snacks

Rabun County

Promoting a Healthy School Environment (Wellness Programs)

Burke County

Farm to School Programs

Burke County
Gainesville City

Georgia Best Practice Award Winners - 2017

Increasing Participation in School Lunch, School Breakfast, or After School Snacks

Barrow County
Commerce City
Putnam County
Rabun County
Richmond County
Rockdale County

 Promoting a Healthy School Environment (Wellness Programs)

Atlanta Public Schools
Burke County
Dawson County
Gainesville City
Hall County
Newton County
Savannah-Chatham County

Use of Social Marketing for School Nutrition Programs

Bartow County
Carrollton City
Cherokee County
Douglas County
Forsyth County
Gwinnett County
Jackson County
Richmond County
Tift County

Customer Service/Working Smarter, Not Harder

Atlanta Public Schools
Gwinnett County
Hall County
Thomaston-Upson County

Creative Utilization of Commodities

 Treutlen County

 Farm to School Programs

Barrow County
Bartow County
Burke County
Carrollton City
Cherokee County
Elbert County
Gainesville City
Jackson County
Laurens County
Paulding County
Warren County

 Leadership Development and Training to Achieve Professional Standards

Baldwin County
Franklin County
Fulton County
Griffin-Spalding County
Paulding County
Valdosta City

Fiscal Management Innovations for Improving Plate Costs

Butts County
Douglas County
Griffin-Spalding County
Houston County
Polk County
Rabun County

Summer Food Service Program or Seamless Summer Outreach

Brantley County
Carroll County
Floyd County
Fulton County

 


 

 

 


2016 BEST PRACTICES AWARD WINNERS

Creative Utilization of Commodities

 

 

 

Hall County Schools

Jackson County Schools

 

Customer Service/Working Smarter, Not Harder

 

DeKalb County Schools

Houston County Schools

Newton County Schools

Pierce County Schools

 

Farm to School

 

Bibb County Schools

Burke County Schools

Brantley County Schools (USDA Southeast Regional Winner)

 

 

Effingham County Schools

Fulton County Schools

Hall County Schools 

 

Fiscal Management Innovations for Improving Plate Costs

Atlanta Public Schools (USDA Southeast Regional Winner)


Food Safety/Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) Implementation

 

Clayton County Schools

Gainesville City Schools (USDA Southeast Regional Winner)

Glynn County Schools (USDA Southeast Regional Winner)
 

 

Implementation of the New Meal Pattern and Increasing Fruit and Vegetable Consumption

Chatham County Schools (USDA Southeast Regional Winner)

Increasing Participation in School Lunch, School Breakfast, or Afterschool Snacks

 

Baldwin County Schools (USDA Southeast Regional Winner)

Bibb County Schools

Butts County Schools

Carrollton City Schools (USDA Southeast Regional Winner)

Douglas County Schools (USDA Southeast Regional Winner)

 

 

Elbert County Schools

Houston County Schools

Liberty County Schools

 

 

Paulding County Schools

Putnam County Schools

Thomaston-Upson County Schools

 

Leadership Development and Training to Achieve Professional Standards

 

Barrow County Schools

Valdosta City Schools

 

 Promoting a Healthy School Environment – (Wellness Programs)

 

DeKalb County Schools

Paulding County Schools (USDA Southeast Regional Winner)

 

Use of Social Marketing for School Nutrition Programs

 

Barrow County Schools

Bartow County Schools

Carrollton City Schools

 

 

Fulton County Schools (USDA Southeast Regional Winner)

Gainesville City Schools

Jackson County Schools

 

 

White County Schools (USDA Southeast Regional Winner)



 



2015 BEST PRACTICES AWARD WINNERS
USDA 2015 Southeast Region Best Practices Award Winners

 

GA DOE - State Promotion of the CEP provision
Atlanta Public Schools - Large SFA Category - Increasing Participation in NSLP, SBP, or Snacks
Atlanta Public Schools - Large SFA Category - School Breakfast and School Lunch Week Events
Fulton County Schools, River Eves Elementary - School Breakfast and School Lunch Week Events
Bibb County - Large SFA Category - Farm to School
Effingham County Schools - Small SFA Category- Implementation of the New Meal Pattern and Increasing Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
Houston County - Large SFA Category - Leadership Development and Program Management
Houston County - Large SFA Category - Fiscal Management

 


Georgia 2015 USDA Best Practices Award Winners

1. Atlanta Public Schools - Increasing Participation in School Lunch, School Breakfast, or Afterschool Snacks
2. Atlanta Public Schools - School Breakfast and School Lunch Week Events
3. Bibb County - Increasing Participation in School Lunch, School Breakfast, or Afterschool Snacks
4. Bibb County - Farm to School Programs
5. Burke County Public Schools - School Nutrition Program Farm to School Programs
6. Carrollton City Schools - Increasing Participation in School Lunch, School Breakfast, or Afterschool Snacks
7. Cherokee County School District - Leadership Development and Program Management
8. Cobb County School District - School Breakfast and School Lunch Week Events
9. Douglas County School System - Increasing Participation in School Lunch, School Breakfast, or Afterschool Snacks
10. Effingham County School System - Implementation of the New Meal Pattern and Increasing Fruit and Vegetable
Consumption

 

11. Elbert County - School Breakfast and School Lunch Week Events
12. Fulton County Schools - Increasing Participation in School Lunch, School Breakfast, or Afterschool Snacks
13. Fulton County Schools - River Eves Elementary School Breakfast and School Lunch Week Events
14. Gwinnett County School Nutrition Program - Leadership Development and Program Management
17. Jackson County Schools - Farm to School Programs
18. Jackson County Schools - Implementation of the New Meal Pattern and Increasing Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
19. Richmond County School Nutrition Program - Customer Service
20. Savannah-Chatham School Nutrition Program - Increasing Participation in School Lunch, School Breakfast, or
Afterschool Snacks
21. Savannah-Chatham School Nutrition Program - School Breakfast and School Lunch Week Events
22. Tift County School System - Promoting a Healthy School Environment – (Wellness Programs)
23. Tift County School System - Farm to School Programs


 


2014 BEST PRACTICES AWARDS
Customer Service


 Whitfield County Schools (Also a USDA Southeast Region Award Winner)
Implementation of the New Meal Pattern and Increasing Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
Seaborn Lee Elementary/Fulton County School Nutrition (Also a USDA Southeast Region Award Winner)
Liberty County Schools (Also a USDA Southeast Region Award Winner)
Promoting a Healthy School Environment
Atlanta Public Schools Nutrition Department
Savannah – Chatham County Public Schools (Also a USDA Southeast Region Award Winner)
Walton County Public Schools
Farm to School Programs
Commerce City Schools
DeKalb County Schools
Sharon Elementary School – Forsyth County Schools (Also a USDA Southeast Region Award Winner)
Jackson County Schools
Pierce County Schools (Also a USDA Southeast Region Award Winner)
Fiscal Management
Thomaston-Upson School System (Also a USDA Southeast Region Award Winner)
Food Safety (HACCP Implementation)
Gwinnett County Schools (Also a USDA Southeast Region Award Winner)
Increasing Participation in School Lunch, School Breakfast, or Afterschool Snacks
Bibb County School Nutrition
Butts County School System
Tri-Cities High School, Fulton County School Nutrition Program
Leadership, Development and Program Management
Cobb County School District
Jackson County Schools
School Breakfast and School Lunch Week Events
Dublin City Schools
Jackson County Schools
Pierce County Schools (Also a USDA Southeast Region Award Winner)

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