An Ohio middle school cafeteria manager has found a way to make caring about nutrition cool. Evie Hess, who has worked at Sailorway Middle School in Vermilion for the past 28 years, came up with the idea for the Student Nutritional Advisory Council (SNAC) when she first heard about new national school meal regulations about four years ago. “I saw what the new requirements would be, and I wanted to be ready. I said, ‘I know we can increase the fruits and vegetables,’” ...

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