Alpha Delta Kappa chapter
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Alpha Delta Kappa
School Nutrition Helping Hands specialist for Bradley County Schools Vicki Patterson, right, was  January’s speaker for Alpha Theta. Julie Mitchell, left, is president-elect of the Alpha Delta Kappa chapter. Patterson’s program “You Can’t Teach a Hungry Child” provided the sorority sisters with information regarding changes in Federal guidelines for school nutrition programs. For many students, the school cafeteria provides the only meals they receive. School cafeterias in both systems are doing a great job in satisfying those “hungry man” appetites. So as teachers try to challenge students to reach their full potential, they trust each student starts every day with a “Breakfast of Champions,” whether at home or at school.
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School Nutrition Helping Hands specialist for Bradley County Schools Vicki Patterson, right, was January’s speaker for Alpha Theta. Julie Mitchell, left, is president-elect of the Alpha Delta Kappa chapter. Patterson’s program “You Can’t Teach a Hungry Child” provided the sorority sisters with information regarding changes in Federal guidelines for school nutrition programs. For many students, the school cafeteria provides the only meals they receive. School cafeterias in both systems are doing a great job in satisfying those “hungry man” appetites. So as teachers try to challenge students to reach their full potential, they trust each student starts every day with a “Breakfast of Champions,” whether at home or at school.