Tennessee

Rutledge Middle School Awarded Fuel Up to Play 60 Grant

Rutledge Middle School Celebrate their $4,000 Fuel Up To Play 60 grant award with a nutrition training, check presentation, and pep rally. The Dairy Alliance conducted a brief dairy-nutrition training for the students at Rutledge Middle School. Principal Jones and the physical education teacher annouced the grant funding would go towards new badminton and frisbee golf kits along with equipment to store more dairy products. The director of school nutrition, Amy Orr, displayed the new parfait cart featuring fruit and yogurt parfaits. Students were asked dairy-themed questions and received Fuel Up To Play 60 towels, and frisbees for correct answers. All the students received promotional bracelets from The Dairy Alliance. The parfait self-serve bar will be offered to all of the students beginning in January. The students were encouraged to join to the Fuel Up to Play 60 site. The computer technology teacher is incorporating the Fuel Up to Play 60 site into the student class work.

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