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Arizona Chefs Move To Schools Getting Started
 

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This is a complete over view of the Chefs Move To Schools website. The ACF AZ is here to support moving this program forward for Arizona.

This is a complete over view of the Chefs Move To Schools website. The ACF AZ is here to support moving this program forward for Arizona.

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    • Arizona Chefs Move To Schools ACF AZ
    • Getting Started ChefGo to the ChefsMove To Schoolswebsitewww.chefsmovetoschools.org
    • Find a School
    • Website62 page booklet of activities 38 page booklet of activities Links Blast Off Game•Planning Your Activity •Food Identification & Tasting Kid-Friendly Vegetables & Fruits•Planning Tools •Food purchasing Cut back on your kid’s sweet treats•Leading Your Activity •Food Preparation Be a healthy role model for children•Activities •Food Origins Tips For Families•Handouts •Food Culture MyPyramind•Recipes Coloring Sheets Kids Worksheet Classroom Materials
    • 90 page booklet 42 page booklet 42 page booklet 42 page bookletTeaching Guide Crookneck Squash Row Spinach Lane Lessons Sweet Potato Hill Lessons LessonsGarden Art and Crafts Growing at HomeTool Shed Resources Growing at Home Materials Growing at Home Materials Materials
    • 42 page booklet 42 page booklet 42 page bookletCantaloupe Corner Peach Tree Orchard The Strawberry PatchLessons Lessons LessonsGrowing at Home Growing at Home Growing at HomeMaterials Materials Materials
    • Garden LinksWhole Kids Foundation As of October 9, 2011, Whole Kids Foundation has raised over $2,268,000 for the School Garden Grant Program. For more information and additional resources visit Whole Kids Foundation.Kids Gardening Kidsgardining.org is a resources of the national gardening association. Learn about creating school gardens, grant opportunities and gardening resources.
    • Resources Downloads• Marketing Tool-Kit Download this Chefs Move to Schools marketing tool-kit to help garnering support and build a network in your area. This free guide is provided by the Cornell Center for Behavioral Economics in Child Nutrition Programs.• Lets Eat for the Health of It Based on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2010, this booklet helps you build a healthy plate that provides needed nutrients and the right amount of calories to reach or stay at a healthy weight.• More Than Mud Pies A nutrition education curriculum developed by NFSMI for 3 to 5 year olds in day care centers and preschools settings.• Chefs Move to Schools Outreach PowerPoint Presentation Interested in promoting Chefs Move to Schools to chefs, schools or industry professionals at your next event or speaking engagement? Download our new Chefs Move to Schools PowerPoint slides to help you. These three slides will easily fit into any PowerPoint presentation and briefly explain the Chefs Move to Schools program, how the program works and how-to utilize the website.• Resources Links• Chefs Move to Schools Survey Let us know about your Chefs Move to School Event
    • Resources Downloads• Choose My Plate Find resources from the USDA related to My Plate. MyPlate illustrates the five food groups that are the building blocks for a healthy diet using a familiar image—a place setting for a meal.• Health and Nutrition Information for Educators Health and nutrition materials designed specifically for children aged 6 to 11 from the USDA.• Tray Talk Learn more about school meals and read about successes from across the country.• Chef’s Table The Chef’s Table from the School Nutrition Association is an advisory committee of Chefs representing culinary professionals working in foodservice (including child nutrition programs), with a charge to establish a network of partnerships and resources that school foodservice professionals can utilize when working with volunteer chefs and the greater community.• Fruits & Veggies More Matters Find resources and information to promote the consumption of fruits and vegetables for children. Give children the tools necessary to decrease their risk of developing weight-related diseases.• USDA Chefs Resource Library Multiple resources for chefs to use in the classroom or school foodservice workers.
    • Resources Downloads• ZisBoomBah ZisBoomBah was created to help educate kids and parents about food in an easy and fun way that all ages can understand.• HealthierUS School Challenge The HealthierUS School Challenge (HUSSC) is a nationwide award program established to recognize schools creating healthier school environments through their promotion of good nutrition and physical activity.• USDA Recipes for Schools The updated recipes from the 1988 Quantity Recipes for School Food Service and the 1995 Tool Kit for Healthy School Meals are now available. These recipes have been edited and reflect the changes made in the newest edition of the Food Buying Guide for Child Nutrition Programs.• Culinary Nutrition News Culinary Nutrition News articles and The Ingredient of the Month are free downloadable guides featuring a new nutritional ingredient for chefs to incorporate into their menus. Available the first Monday of the month, the downloadable guide will provide an in-depth look the latest in nutrition ingredients.• Chefs Move to Schools Newsletter & Archives• Chefs Move to School Webinars
    • The American Culinary Federation provides grantsto chefs volunteering for Chefs Move toSchools. Funds can be used to reimburse volunteersfor out-of-pocket expenses on supplies such as food,educational materials, school gardens, and activitiesand projects that promote healthy eating andnutrition.Grant award is $250. To be eligible for the grantchefs must be registered on the Chefs Move toSchools website, be matched with a school and havevolunteered at least twice within a year. Downloada grant application today and apply!
    • Grants from Culinary Trust• CHEFS MOVE TO SCHOOLS GRANTS – Next grant cycle deadline is TBD• RICHARD SAX GRANT – To an anti-hunger organization in the IACP Annual Conference host city, selected by The Culinary Trust Board of Trustees
    • Let us help you move CMTS forwardContact us via our websitewww.acfaz.orgFacebookFacebook.com/acfchefsofazMadonna Kashmadonna@acfaz.org