Fifty-three school districts in Georgia were presented with Golden Radish Awards celebrating the incredible gains made in the farm to school movement.
Blog: School health
Beecher Hills Elementary School is already embracing this year’s warmer weather with an exciting focus on nutrition, gardening and physical activity for its students.
The Burke County School District recently joined the growing list of Georgia school districts that are tobacco-free.
Half marathons just weren’t enough for running buddies Ebony Thomas and Kia Bryant. They were looking for more.
Every day during the school year, thousands of Georgia students head to the cafeteria at lunch time to enjoy a hearty school meal.
The school nurse at the Marietta Sixth Grade Academy said she has to be prepared for anything on any given day.
Georgia Organics’ Farm to School program is making great strides in fostering a healthier generation of Georgians one student at a time.
Thanks to a new healthy food initiative sweeping across Georgia, students throughout the state are enjoying fresh, locally grown produce every day.
“Eat your vegetables!”
It’s an age-old phrase that rings throughout many American households during almost every meal.
Thousands of Middle Georgia students are ready for school, thanks to their local health department. The Macon-Bibb County Health Department and the Houston County Health Department participated in back to school events the last weekend in July.