Creating a Facebook page for your School Nutrition department is the perfect way to promote your program, connect with school nutrition professionals, and share the great work your program does on a daily basis. And there are some school's out there that are doing just that and more!
Here are 5 delicious school nutrition Facebook pages that you just have to see for yourself:
Need inspiration for some colorful additions to your serving line or ideas about school gardening? Look no further than the ITSMeals Facebook page from Provo School District. Their timeline is filled to the brim with cute food critters, videos of student activites, and an all-new school Tower Gardens.
2.) CUSD Nutrition
CUSD Nutrition, of Chandler Unified School District, knows what they're doing when it comes to social media. They have over 60,000 people following them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, WordPress, and Snapchat!
With their strong online presence, they've been successfully creating engaging content, like their fun how-to recipe videos.
Sharing content that is relevant to your followers on Facebook is the perfect way to share your message and mission as a nutrition department. Loudoun County School Nutrition Services does this on a regular basis. Whether it's an article with tips for encouraging healthy eating habits in children, or a video about the link between a proper diet and learning well, they do a great job sharing knowledge with their followers.
What better way to get the word out about your department's events than on Facebook? On the Orange County Public Schools - Food and Nutrition Services Facebook page it's common to see information about their upcoming events, like their celebratory Holiday Meal with students and parents.
Whether they're taste testing new taco recipes, lobster seafood rolls, or delicious strawberry smoothies, Greenville County Schools Food and Nutrition Services always has exciting news on their Facebook page.
And they have a ton of exciting videos, like this one that announces the winners of their High School Culinary Arts Competition.
Does you district have a Facebook page? Let us know in the comments below: