Celebrate Black History Month with SNS

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Dining Staff Photo Collage for Black History Month

SNS Dining Staff from left to right, Pamela from Bessie Carmichael Elementary School, Cynthia from James Lick Middle School, and Valerie from Commodore Sloat Elementary School.

To celebrate and honor Black History Month, Student Nutrition Services (SNS) took the time to sit down with a few dining staff members to hear about their experience working in their schools, what Black History Month means to them, and how everyone in the community can be celebrating and learning.

First, we met with Pamela at Bessie Carmichael Elementary School where she shared details of her long history in food service, including nearly 7 years with SNS, and her thorough enjoyment of working to nourish students. Pamela kindly took time out of her busy day to share her thoughts on school food and nutrition and how everyone can celebrate Black History Month. For Pamela, Black History Month means family, togetherness, and love. She grew up in a big family that loved to cook, Pamela was a self proclaimed homebody as a child and loved spending time cooking with her mom. We are so thankful to have Pamela, who knows her power and encourages others to educate and empower themselves, working with SNS. 

Watch Pamela's video and read the rest of her feature on Instagram, Facebook, or YouTube. And keep an eye on our social media to continue celebrating Black History Month with SNS!

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