Food & Nutrition Director
Joanne Randolph MS, RD
Nutrition Administrator Contact us: H ealthy.Meals@pccsk12.com
P-CCS Food & Nutrition
E.J. McClendon Educational Center
454 S. Harvey Street, Plymouth, MI 48170
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bodies of the future.'
Food & Nutrition Services News
Fit Future: Ways to Save Calories
Post Date: 01/01/2020
School Name Food & Nutrition Services
When it comes to healthy weight management, small steps add up. Parents and school-aged children are more likely to stick with
smaller changes over time. Healthy weight is all about balancing food intake with physical activity. Learn more from this newsletter,
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