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2018 National School Lunch Week Successes   
During National School Lunch Week 2018, students across Texas went to the cafeteria to "Save the Day with a Healthy School Lunch." Check out the success stories below to get inspiration for making your NSLW celebration a week to remember.

Garland ISD Creatively Customized TDA Materials  Maximize 

Lake Travis Students Dress the Part for NSLW  Maximize 

Aldine ISD Celebrates with Tastes of Texas  Maximize 

2017 National School Lunch Week Successes  Maximize 

Lake Travis Rocks for NSLW  Maximize 

Dallas ISD 'flashes' with success  Maximize 

La Vernia ISD Hosts Long List of NSLW Events  Maximize 

Big Spring ISD Makes the Most of Great Grant Opportunities  Maximize 

Magnolia ISD Recognized for Taking Steps to Increase Participation  Maximize 

2016 National School Lunch Week Successes  Maximize 

Commissioner Miller Visits Alice ISD for National School Lunch Week  Maximize 

School Lunch Candidates Debate at Copperas Cove ISD  Maximize 

School Lunch Candidates Hit Campaign Trail in Judson  Maximize 

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