Southern Columbia's March Wellness initiative featured pierogies, using the food item to teach the importance of eating a balanced diet (including vegetables, fruits, proteins, and carbs) as one of the keys to maintaining good health. All District students were served two, whole grain American cheese and potato pierogies during lunch periods. Elementary students attended an assembly on the pierogy-making process, the pierogy connection to farm-to-school, and a history of Mrs. T's Pierogies which included a look at career opportunities available in the food service industry.

Elementary students "high-five" Pierogy Man who was expertly portrayed by High School senior student Gavin Snyder!

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