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Social Media

Social media is a highly effective tool for growing public awareness and engagement in your program. Platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram allow district food service programs to stay connected to multiple stakeholders and audiences on a consistent basis.

Social Media

Social media is a highly effective tool for growing public awareness and engagement in your program. Platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram allow district food service programs to stay connected to multiple stakeholders and audiences on a consistent basis.

Utilize social media to reach out to your community as well as other schools, organizations, and businesses. There is an immeasurable opportunity to learn and share across these networks. Here are some examples of school food programs that are using social media to their advantage:

Recommended Next Topic: Partnerships

Funding and partnerships can help market your department and programs. Grant opportunities for marketing and educating the community are becoming more and more prevalent in the K–12 arena.

Recommended Next Topic: Partnerships

Funding and partnerships can help market your department and programs. Grant opportunities for marketing and educating the community are becoming more and more prevalent in the K–12 arena.

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