What’s New with School Nutrition?

Elementary Agriculture Education

JL Lomax

As part of Georgia Senate Bill 330, the Georgia Agriculture Education program selected 20 schools to participate in the 3 year Agriculture Education Pilot Program. The elementary agriculture education standards were approved at the June board meeting for implementation this coming school year. As a leader in school nutrition, we are excited to be a part of this first of its kind program in the nation. We encourage local school nutrition programs at the pilot sites to reach out and see how they can support this program. We look forward to supporting and assisting these programs.

Here is a list of the pilot sites: https://www.georgiaffa.org/docs/sidemodules/80061_Georgia%20Ag%20Ed%20Pilot%20Programs.pdf.

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Our Vision:
Be the authority and resource for Georgia school nutrition programs so that every child in school has healthy choices, every day.

Our Mission:
Provide leadership, training and technical assistance, and resources so that local program personnel may deliver quality meals and education that contribute to the nutritional well-being of Georgians and their performance at work and school.

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