Emerson first-grade talks nutrition


Victoria Cordonnier, SNAP Ed Program assistant for the OSU Extension Office in Shelby County, visited with first-grade students at Emerson Elementary to talk about nutrition. Students in Laura Schwein’s class shared their food journals with Cordonnier, including Elizabeth Griffis, daughter of Greg and Michelle Griffis of Sidney. There were lots of fruits and vegetables recorded in those journals.

Victoria Cordonnier, SNAP Ed Program assistant for the OSU Extension Office in Shelby County, visited with first-grade students at Emerson Elementary to talk about nutrition. Students in Laura Schwein’s class shared their food journals with Cordonnier, including Elizabeth Griffis, daughter of Greg and Michelle Griffis of Sidney. There were lots of fruits and vegetables recorded in those journals.


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Victoria Cordonnier, SNAP Ed Program assistant for the OSU Extension Office in Shelby County, visited with first-grade students at Emerson Elementary to talk about nutrition. Students in Laura Schwein’s class shared their food journals with Cordonnier, including Elizabeth Griffis, daughter of Greg and Michelle Griffis of Sidney. There were lots of fruits and vegetables recorded in those journals.

Victoria Cordonnier, SNAP Ed Program assistant for the OSU Extension Office in Shelby County, visited with first-grade students at Emerson Elementary to talk about nutrition. Students in Laura Schwein’s class shared their food journals with Cordonnier, including Elizabeth Griffis, daughter of Greg and Michelle Griffis of Sidney. There were lots of fruits and vegetables recorded in those journals.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/11/web1_Nutrition1.jpgVictoria Cordonnier, SNAP Ed Program assistant for the OSU Extension Office in Shelby County, visited with first-grade students at Emerson Elementary to talk about nutrition. Students in Laura Schwein’s class shared their food journals with Cordonnier, including Elizabeth Griffis, daughter of Greg and Michelle Griffis of Sidney. There were lots of fruits and vegetables recorded in those journals. Courtesy photo