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School Nutrition Program Recognized




Press Release:

The Carrollton City Schools School Nutrition Program recently was recognized as a Georgia Grown System of Distinction for its exceptional work as a Georgia Grown Test Kitchen district. Tuesday night, at the Carrollton Board of Education meeting, Misty Friedman from the Georgia Department of Agriculture presented a proclamation to Dr. Linette Dodson, director of School Nutrition, as only one of three school nutrition directors in the state to earn the designation for their districts. Dr. Dodson then recognized staff members for their contributions, noting they own the level of excellence found in all their programs. From left are Dr. Linette Dodson; Misty Friedman; Dee Banks, CJHS cafeteria manager; Jill Horsley, CES cafeteria manager; Carita Parks, CMS cafeteria manager; Kelli Cook, School Nutrition grant coordinator; and Jennie Redmond, School Nutrition administrative assistant. Not pictured is Carole Thrower, CHS cafeteria manager.



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