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CCPS Cafeteria Manager Christina Marvin Recognized as School Breakfast Champion

CCPS Cafeteria Manager Christina Marvin Recognized as School Breakfast Champion

Calloway County Preschool cafeteria manager Christina Marvin was recognized as a School Breakfast Champion in a campaign between No Kid Hungry Kentucky and The Dairy Alliance. The effort celebrates and highlights leaders across the Commonwealth who go above and beyond to make breakfast happen for Kentucky students.

"She prides herself on her job," said Megan Adams, Calloway County Schools food service director. "She puts in extra effort and extra time when not even asked to better enhance her school and department."

"Christina works tirelessly every day to ensure not only that her preschool nutrition department is ran smoothly, but Christina is the first to always ask if help is needed anywhere in the district if schools are working short. Christina goes above and beyond keeping her meals relevant and meals that kids are interested in and enjoy. She is always up to date on SNA news and guidelines. She is always bringing new ideas, new info, and new products to the table to be discussed. She is diligent on every aspect of her job. She is very resourceful and very detail oriented. Christina leaves no rock unturned. Christina is a joy to work with and a joy to her little kiddos in the preschool. She is the most deserving person I know.”

Pictured (L to R) are Food Service assistant Tonya Williams, Calloway County Preschool principal Leisha Barlow, Calloway County Superintendent Tres Settle, Marvin, and Adams