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CCSD Food & Nutrition Awards


Awards from the 2017-2018 School Year


Golden Radish Award

The Cobb County School District Food and Nutrition Service has been rewarded the coveted Golden Radish Award once again for doing extraordinary work in farm to school. Last year, the District was honored for using 24 mobile kitchen carts to conduct live cooking demonstrations with students, having over 30 school gardens and serving more than one million pounds of locally grown food.


Cobb County Wins All-Star Award from Healthy Georgia Awards

Golden Radish Award

Cobb County School District Food and Nutrition Service has been awarded the All Star award from the Healthy Georgia Awards. The All Star Awardees are valued leaders noted for their advocacy, multiple partnerships, and various collaborations with other organizations working to enrich a healthy youth environment.


Golden Radish Award

The Board and Superintendent Chris Ragsdale recognized the following for the District’s Gold level award: Emily Hanlin, executive director of Food and Nutrition Services; Amy Lambert, director; Will Snead, assistant director of wellness; and Monique Johnson, associate director of nutrition and menus in the October 26th board meeting.


Awards from the 2016-2017 School Year


Golden Radish Award


Awards from the 2015-2016 School Year


Congratulations! To Green Acres Elementary Cafeteria Manager Mamie Brannon (pictured top right), and Russell Elementary Cafeteria Manager Paula Honea (pictured in the bottom right photo, on the far left) for receiving the City of Smyrna’s Mayor’s Education Award in the Staff category at Green Acres Elementary and Russell Elementary!
City of Smyrna's Mayor's Award Winner
The City of Smyrna created these awards to honor a Student, a Staff member, and a Volunteer from each Smyrna city school every semester for academic excellence and dedication to quality for our students.

The Cobb chapter of the Georgia School Nutrition Association, President Heather Broadaway, received the Silver Scroll Award for Outstanding Achievement for the school year 2015-2016!

GSNA Scroll Award


The Scroll is divided into the five pillars that represent the major focus areas of the School Nutrition Association – Education and Professional Development, Public Image, Advocacy, Community and Membership. Each pillar has a list of activities that focus on the work conducted by each chapter.