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Thursday, September 28, 2006

3 Cheers for our CNP Director

Talladega City School CNP Director Joni Baker was featured in the fall 2006 edition of "Hot Topics" a national newsletter for the Food Service Industry.

In an article entitled, "A Safer, Healthier Hot Lunch", Ms. Baker promotes our state and its proactive role in determining guidelines for districts throughout Alabama. She states, "In Talladega, implementing the local Wellness Policy means educating students on healthy habits, and reinforcing behaviors on campus."

Joni reveals Talladega's elementary school requirements of limiting the opportunity for non-nutritious snacking by requiring that vending machines to be carbonated beverage-free. Ms. Baker shares how our junior high school vending machines may contain a maxium of 30% carbonated beverages, and 50% for high schools.

We are proud of Joni Baker and what she does each day for the students in our school system. Great job!


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