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M. Ann Levett, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools

Savannah-Chatham Co.
Public School System

208 Bull Street
Savannah, GA 31401
(912) 395-5600

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What's Happening 


Check out our calendar of exciting events!


National School Lunch Week

National Take Your Parents to Lunch Day

School Nutrition Employee Week

October 15th – October 18th

October 17th

We welcome all parents to join us for School lunch!


May 6th - May 10th

May 3rd- Celebrate School Lunch Hero Day!

Recognize your Lunch Hero's


To recognize the National School Lunch Program and the 30 million children it serves every day, Savannah- Chatham County Public Schools will recognize National School Lunch Week from October 15-18, 2018. The theme “School Lunch: Lots 2 Love,” was designed to help us tell our school lunch story and highlight what makes  our cafeterias such a special place for students to visit every day. There is "Lots 2 Love" about our menus, our  dining spaces and the people who prep and serve the meals. 

The federally-funded National School Lunch Program (NSLP) provides nutritionally balanced, healthy meals to students everyday.  The program, which has been serving the nation's children for over 60 years, requires school meals to meet federal nutrition standards like offering fruits and vegetables every day, serving whole-grain rich foods, and limiting fat, calories, and sodium.

The “School Lunch: Lots 2 Love” campaign is made possible by the nonprofit School Nutrition Association. Parents and students can follow the fun via the hashtag #NSLW. For more information about schools meals, visit   

Call your cafeteria manager today to find out what exciting events your school cafeteria will be participating in this week.




National Take Your Parents to Lunch Day

National Take Your Parents to Lunch Day is an event that takes place on October 17th, 2018. Parents will visit their children’s school and have lunch with them in the cafeteria. The goal is to learn more about what goes into putting together a healthy lunch, and for parents and school officials to open the lines of communication so they can work together to provide kids with the healthiest meals possible.

Many schools will celebrate “Invite Your Parents to School Lunch Day”, as students and parents from across the county will sit down together for a fun-filled school lunch. 

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 School Lunch Hero Day


Between preparing healthy meals for America's students, adhering to strict nutrition standards, navigating student food allergies, and offering service with a smile, school nutrition professionals are true heroes.

On Friday, May 3, 2018, we will kick off School Nutrition Employee Week (May 6 - 10) with a bang, when we celebrate the 7th Annual School Lunch Hero Day! School Lunch Hero Day is a chance to showcase the difference school nutrition professionals make for every child who comes through the cafeteria.



Summer Food Safety

Whether you’re planning a small summer cookout or a big holiday celebration, a camping trip or a potluck dinner, make sure your plans include food safety. Perhaps salmonella or e. coli is not the first thing you think about when you put together the menu and the guest list. But to keep your event from being remembered for all the wrong reasons, it’s important to follow a few precautions.

During warm weather it is especially important to take precautions and practice safe food handling when preparing perishable foods such as meat, poultry, seafood and egg products. The warmer weather provides a perfect environment for bacteria and other pathogens in food to multiply rapidly and cause foodborne illness.

Test your summer food safety IQ:

Summer Food Safety Quiz


March is National Nutrition Month

National Nutrition Month® is a nutrition education and information campaign created annually in March by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. The campaign focuses attention on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. Registered Dietitian Day, also celebrated in March, increases awareness of registered dietitians as the indispensable providers of food and nutrition services and recognizes RDs for their commitment to helping people enjoy healthy lives.

The 2017 National Nutrition Month theme is "Put Your Best Fork Forward" which serves as a reminder that each one of us holds the tool to make healthier food choices.  Making small changes during National Nutrition Month and over time, helps improve health now and into the future.


National School Breakfast Week 

National School Breakfast Week will take place March 4th – 8th, 2019; the annual celebration was launched in 1989 to raise awareness about the availability of the School Breakfast Program (SBP). The 2019 National School Breakfast Week theme, “Start Your Engines with School Breakfast” encourages parents, students and school officials to start their morning with a healthy breakfast.

Too many children are showing up at school hungry, and hungry children can’t learn. Eating breakfast at school can help families save time in the morning. And knowing that school breakfast is healthy and a great value is a huge relief for parents.

Cafeterias will promote school breakfast with special menus and decorations, activities, and events all week. The School Nutrition Program through a grant, provides Universal FREE breakfast to all students throughout the district. Speak with your Cafeteria Manager to learn more about National School Breakfast Week activities in your school.



Halloween and Valentine’s Day Celebrations

The festive holiday's of ghouls and goblins, hearts and “be mine” also entails classroom parties and lots of CANDY! Think outside the box this year and try non food related Halloween and Valentine’s for your child’s treats!

Here are some ideas to get you started!








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