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Commit to Be Fit is committed to ensuring that all students have access to healthy meals by increasing locally sourced foods and freshly prepared foods. accessibility this school year to ensure all students have access to healthy food.
In addition, to serving healthier meals, Commit to Be Food provides additional nutrition education opportunities in our school cafeterias and classrooms.
taste testing for students
student surveys & menu design
healthy eating poster contests
afterschool cooking workshops for kids
Rappahannock County Public Schools was honored to be the recipient of Local Food Hub’s Trailblazer Award on Thursday, October 17th in Charlottesville, VA as a part of the Community Food Awards Ceremony. The RCPS Director of School Nutrition and Commit to Be Fit’s Nutritionist, Amanda Butler, accepted the award on behalf of the school division. Butler, along with our amazing cafeteria staff, has been integral in increasing the amount of fresh, locally sourced foods served in the RCPS cafeterias.