Our Community of Practice is dedicated to disseminating useful and applicable information including eating behavior insights, interventions, and practical steps to promote healthy food choices in school food environments.
I used have a heart trap with big success. I took the trapped g/h 5 miles away. But new families moved in quickly. I found a way I doubt anyone else tried It works. I took my Signal Horn and one blast in the hole a week ago I have not seen any ground hog it worked
We are applying for a grant for smallwares for the front line of our school cafeteria. I know we need display equipment, but I am needing specific suggestions and resources and items. We have signage covered under a different fund. We have a salad bar and would like some enhancements for that as well
Alger County MI healthy food choices in schools Posted 7 months ago
Do you have a list of recommendations to give to parents that want to make their children healthy breakfast and lunches? I am looking for a list, similar to the list of healthy school celebration ideas. We would like to help our parents be able to pack a lunch that is just as nutritious as our school meals.
Sonoma County CA healthy food choices in schools Posted 9 months ago
Hello! We are in the process of revising our District Wellness Policy and trying to convince some of our schools that recess before lunch is beneficial. Could you send me a link or some information regarding how this can be beneficial vs. the cons that come with this change? Thanks!
Cache County UT healthy food choices in schools Posted 11 months ago
We are interested in surveying students and possibly parents regarding their school lunch experience or suggestions. Do you know of any surveys that have been done in the past that we could use or adapt for our use? This is for a middle/high school in rural upstate NY.
I am interested in helping facilitate an improved school breakfast/lunch program in my community in Upstate South Carolina. Do you have someone with the appropriate knowledge of this process to answer some of my questions and assist in potential planning for this effort? Many thanks, Pam Strickland
Our lunchroom is out of control and we need advice to control the 1) noise level, 2) reinforce good behaviors, and 3) consequences for breaking the rules that do not involve taking away recess. We have three lunch periods of two grade bands each. Each lunch period is approximately 130 kids total. Lunch is 20 minutes and takes place before the recess. We have on average two adults providing supervision.
as a teenager I have many friends inside and out my upper school but they all seem to be taller than me what can I do?
We are in the process of replacing our serving lines at the Elem. School K-6 , I was thinking of switching the order of serving. First put the cold veggies and fruits , then the entree's and Hot vegetables at the end of the line . Milk just before they get to the cashiers, Snacks would have to be asked for from the cashiers. Does this make sense to you guys, and is there anything else I could do, before the equipment is picked out and ordered?
Thank You in advance
Vince Beltrone FSM
Hi I work for an ISD here in Texas and need insight on implementing a policy on no food sharing and programs on giving unused and packaged food to community or other local food banks
San Patricio County Texas healthy food choices in schools Posted about 2 years ago