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in the Sylvania school district will notice more fruits and vegetables on their
plates this year as changes are being made to school menus.
Miller has three children in the district and another son who just graduated.
Her daughter Claire, a fifth-grader, is looking forward to the change.
food was okay, but I felt like it needed to be healthier," Claire said.
district's Food Service Director Joseph Shamy agrees. Shamy says they are
striving to achieve a balance between the wants and nutritional needs of the
students. Now every school in the district will be offering fresh salad daily.
All fruits and vegetables will be purchased locally and delivered fresh every
always as parents, I think, are trying to do our best to make sure our kids eat
healthy and stay fit and active," said Dawn Miller. "I completely believe in
trying to eat as much fruits and vegetables [as possible] and trying to limit
cost of lunch for students will not increase this year. The new menu changes
will kick off the first day of school, Aug. 22.