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To empower healthy habits and transform environments where children live, learn and play

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 PROGRAM RESULTS:

48% of students reported improved self-efficacy

48% of students reported improved self-efficacy

87% of students reported improved behaviors

87% of students reported improved behaviors

79% of students improved their health-knowledge

79% of students improved their health-knowledge

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Fun things happening at Baldwin County Public Schools! ...

Students in the Baldwin County School District have had special guests throughout the week at lunchtime. Milledgeville police officers have teamed up with Baldwin County School District’s school nutrition department to help observe National School Lunch Week (NLSW). NLSW falls on Oct. 9-13 this year, but school officials have chosen to celebrate throughout the week of Oct.16-20. Throughout the week, MPD officers will be at a different school for breakfast and lunch, handing out milk to students. Today, Lt. Reenae Gray and Lt. Wanda Holsey gave out milk to children of the Early Learning Center while Officer Carla Redding dished out some healthy food behind the counter. Officers were also joined by Baldwin County School District Nutrition Director Susan Nelson, who came dressed for the occasion as a carton of milk. Tomorrow, officers will attend Georgia College Early College for breakfast and Midway Hills Academy for lunch.

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