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How School Meals Nourish Brains and Bodies

In this webinar Carol Chong, MA, RDN, LDN, National Nutrition Advisor for the Alliance for a Healthier Generation and Annette C. Marchbanks, DTR, Assistant Director School Nutrition Services at Syracuse City School District, NY will discuss the relationship between nutrition and learning ability, how hunger affects behavior, and how school meals are integral to the core of the learning environment.

Learning Objectives:


  • The relationship between nutrition and learning ability
  • How hunger affects learning and behavior
  • How school meals are integral to the core of the learning environment 


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