State-funded program helps school food service source more local produce.Endres had started to use Cultivate Michigan to occasionally feature local foods.
Children will soon be sleeping in and celebrating with family during winter break but Springfield school principals remind parents that learning shouldn’t stop outside of school.All Clark County students, besides Springfield City School District students, begin their winter break vacation Thursday, Dec.
But first, I wanted to know what kind of culinary arts education other students in the metro were getting.” It’s a sign of how the culinary arts program at Manual is changing with the times.
Two area high schools are setting up facilities to allow students to obtain food and health supplies at no cost.In both cases, the focus is on high school students.
A donation from SpartanNash Foods (Family Fare) and Uncle Ben's Rice will be used to introduce new selections at Hudsonville school campus cafeterias and also to educate students about better food choices.Lindsey O'Gorman, director of the culinary arts program, based at the Hudsonville Freshman Campus, said, "The Uncle Ben's brand is partnering with organizations like SpartanNash that share their dedication to promoting nutrition education, wholesome food choices, and helping students to incorporate ingredients like fruits and vegetables into their diets.
The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) launched a pilot program adding plant-based items to lunch menus in September, 2017.Beginning in 2018, there will be 10 menu items added to cafeterias in 35 schools across the district.
Lots of laughter and singing rang out at the school Monday night as 150 children and their parents gathered in the cafeteria for a special Christmas party called Night of Hope.Churches that work with 6 Stones are hosting parties at various schools this week where the families will receive their gifts.
David Burton(Photo: Submitted photo)The Hollister School District and Springfield Catholic Schools are now working together as part of a new two-year farm to school grant.Their goal is to increase local food procurement for school meal programs and to expand educational activities on agriculture and gardening.
Unified closed 265 schools because of area fires, meals were sacrificed as well as academics.About 80% of district students are from low-income families, and many depend on schools for breakfast, lunch and — in some cases — dinner.
Eleven local schools collected 6,678 pounds of food during the second annual School Food Drive for Hunger Challenge.The food drive challenge was a partnership between Georgia Mountain Food Bank and Smile Doctors Braces by Wilson Orthodontics.
Buy PhotoHealthy Sheboygan County(Photo: USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin)Buy PhotoSheboygan Area School District has teamed up with Nourish to bring “Harvest of the Month” to students and the community.Ultimately, the program seeks to help students develop healthier eating habits.
Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools will have a food truck beginning in June, with its primary purpose to serve kids who need a little extra food when school is out.The food truck won’t go to the same locations each day.
— Lake Michigan College will host 17 local high schools for the 9th annual Lake Michigan College Chili Cook-Off Friday.Each of the 17 participating teams will cook a chili recipe on site for a panel of judges to weigh in on.
Recipe categories required students to use one of the following USDA Foods: diced chicken, pork roast, ground beef or cheese.That recipe will then be scaled up using School Nutrition parameters and included in the March school lunch menu!
A CULINARY quest to find Oxfordshire’s best young cooks has begun.The Create & Cook Competition, set to run in schools across the county, was launched at the White Hart restaurant in Fyfield.
As these refugees try to find jobs and schools, some area residents are helping them feel at home.The Alhumayer family arrived in the U.
“I take at least 60 per cent of the courses.Pete [Eaton] takes probably 20 per cent and Olly [Rouse] takes 20 per cent.
Since RESIG’s wellness program was established, this school insurance group has continued to improve its robust program each year.This year, RESIG added a daily Challenge Board that will keep track of points accumulated toward achieving incentives each quarter.
Three times each school year, Minneapolis elementary and middle school lunchrooms transform into taste-testing sites.The same strategy plays out nationally in lunchrooms from Florida to Ohio to Texas as schools expand food territory beyond usual kid appetites.
Photo courtesy of Woodland School District
At Woodland Primary School, the food services staff uses the alphabet throughout the school year to offer students new experiences at mealtime.”
For Cris Forgey, working in school food service is a family tradition as her mom worked in food services for Camas School District while Cris was growing up.