Mispillion Elementary Celebrates National Lunch Week

Staff Report

Students, staff and special guests celebrated National School Lunch Week at Mispillion Elem from October 13 to 16 with good food and appreciation for the nutrition/cafeteria staff at Mispillion for all that they do each day to serve the students at school. Mispillion also held a special lunch hosted by student leaders of our Fuel Up to Play 60 Program. They introduced guests to the cafeteria staff, gave them a tour of the cafeteria, shared a school lunch with them and shared lots of exciting things that Mispillion students are doing to eat healthier and stay active through the Fuel Up to Play 60 Program.

Special guests who visited with Mispillion students for their special lunch and presentation included Dr. Phyllis Kohel – Milford School District Superintendent,  Kevin Dickerson – Assistant Superintendent, Teresa Wallace – Mispillion Elementary Principal, Bridget Amory – Director of Elementary Education, James Harmon – USDA Regional Director, Laura Manges – Director of Special Education, Brooke Mitchell – Miss Delaware,  Aimee Beam – Education Associate, Child Nutrition Programs – Delaware Department of Education,  David Marvel – Vice President of Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association and board member of Farm to School, and Sharon Forrest – Milford School Nutrition Supervisor.

 

Mispillion Celebrates National School Lunch Week

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