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  • Kathleen Millett, director of Nutrition, Health and Safety with the State of Mass, speaks at a ceremony where Hadley Elementary  received an award from the USDA for being one of the top 6 percent schools to have a good nutrition program.

    Kathleen Millett, director of Nutrition, Health and Safety with the State of Mass, speaks at a ceremony where Hadley Elementary received an award from the USDA for being one of the top 6 percent schools to have a good nutrition program. Purchase photo reprints »

  • <br/>Diane Zak the director of food services at Hadley Elementary School at an ceremony where the school received an award from the USDA for being one of the top 6 percent schools to have a good nutrition program.


    Diane Zak the director of food services at Hadley Elementary School at an ceremony where the school received an award from the USDA for being one of the top 6 percent schools to have a good nutrition program. Purchase photo reprints »

  • <br/>Diane Zak stands with members of her food service staff,after receiving an award from the USDA for being one of the top 6 percent schools to have a good nutrition program.


    Diane Zak stands with members of her food service staff,after receiving an award from the USDA for being one of the top 6 percent schools to have a good nutrition program. Purchase photo reprints »

  • Hadley Elementary School has been recognized as a HealthierUS School under first lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move Initiative. Olivia Brightenti, left, Diane Zak, the school's director of food services, and Zach Jekanowski hold the banner from the USDA designating the school as being in the top 6 percent of schools in the country with good nutrition programs.

    Hadley Elementary School has been recognized as a HealthierUS School under first lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move Initiative. Olivia Brightenti, left, Diane Zak, the school's director of food services, and Zach Jekanowski hold the banner from the USDA designating the school as being in the top 6 percent of schools in the country with good nutrition programs. Purchase photo reprints »

  • Kathleen Millett, director of Nutrition, Health and Safety with the State of Mass, speaks at a ceremony where Hadley Elementary  received an award from the USDA for being one of the top 6 percent schools to have a good nutrition program.
  • <br/>Diane Zak the director of food services at Hadley Elementary School at an ceremony where the school received an award from the USDA for being one of the top 6 percent schools to have a good nutrition program.
  • <br/>Diane Zak stands with members of her food service staff,after receiving an award from the USDA for being one of the top 6 percent schools to have a good nutrition program.
  • Hadley Elementary School has been recognized as a HealthierUS School under first lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move Initiative. Olivia Brightenti, left, Diane Zak, the school's director of food services, and Zach Jekanowski hold the banner from the USDA designating the school as being in the top 6 percent of schools in the country with good nutrition programs.
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