University of Maryland Extension

Maryland Snap-Ed

Part of University of Maryland Extension, the Maryland Snap-Ed program provides nutrition education to help low income individuals and families make healthy food choices, develop food preparation skills, handle food safely, improve food shopping skills, and increase physical activity.

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Recognition of our School Nutrition Heroes

During the novel coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) pandemic, school nutrition professionals are essential personnel providing meals to thousands of students every week. You continue to ensure some of our most at-risk children are fed while schools are closed. Thank you for the work you do every day to feed our Prince George’s County Public Schools students. In honor of School Lunch Hero Day (May 1, 2020), the Food Supplement Nutrition Education Program (FSNE is also known as Maryland SNAP-Ed) created a video ( to honor your service.

You Rock!!




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