Talbot High Schools Win Healthy High School Challenge

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Saint Michaels Middle High School placed 8th overall in the Sodexo Healthy High School Challenge and received $1,000.

Over 800 schools nationwide participated in the Sodexo School Services “Healthy High School Challenge”. The goal of the competition was to encourage high school students to make healthy food choices and try new healthy menu items in their school cafeteria.

St. Michaels Middle High School came in 8th overall, receiving $1,000. Easton High School came in 34th place overall and received $500.

Talbot County Public Schools is pleased to partner with Sodexo to provide healthy foods and promote student nutrition in our school cafeterias.

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