Kudos to Paula Angelucci!
Nutrition Services Supervisor Paula Angelucci was recently honored with the “First Chance” award issued by First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney. The award honors leaders and teams that stepped up to the challenge of feeding children in the state when school buildings had to close last March because of the pandemic. “School-based food services represent our front line of defense against childhood hunger and in support of the nutrition essential to healthy development and learning,” said First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney. “When school buildings had to close, it took a wide range of teams comprised of dedicated, creative, determined individuals to devise and implement plans to continue to feed our kids. We are so very grateful for their extraordinary work, which they are still doing, on behalf of the children of Delaware. We are proud to recognize these leaders and teams with First Chance awards for extraordinary service to Delaware’s children during the pandemic.”
Colonial Nation thanks Angelucci for her dedicated leadership and her team of Nutrition Services workers who have provided more than 4,800 meals on a daily basis thanks to the help from our equally dedicated transportation workers. The Power of WE feeds Colonial students!