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School Breakfast feb2010

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  • 1. Cashton Public Schools
    • Our Commitment to Kids,
    • Our Initiative in School Nutrition.
    Presenter: Dr. Bradford G. Saron Food Service Director: Laurie Geier
  • 2. The Problem(s) Hallway Rules Seasons Late Busses Accessibility Student/Parent Awareness Cost Scattered Kids Busy Students Isolated Cafeteria
  • 3. Solution(s) Access Choice (People, Relationships, Communication, Persistence, Leadership)
  • 4. Elementary Breakfast in the Classroom ( How we facilitate and track the program. )
    • People in Play
    • Morning Nutrition Person
    • Teachers/Kids
    • Custodian
    • Afternoon Nutrition Utility Person
  • 5. Elementary Breakfast in the Classroom
    • People in Play
    • Morning Nutrition Person
    • 7:40: Delivers food next to the doors in appropriate containers.
  • 6. Elementary Breakfast in the Classroom
    • People in Play
    • Teachers/Kids
    • 7:45-8:05: Teachers keep track of offerings, participation and send the info to office with regular lunch count. Manages garbage, milk cartons, extra milk. Kids know their responsibilities, keep in the routine.
  • 7. 4K
  • 8. 1 st Grade
  • 9. 4 th Grade
  • 10. Teacher Reaction Can’t please them all More alert Increase in attentiveness Decrease in ragged time Readiness to concentrate Kids that eat together . . .
  • 11. Elementary Breakfast in the Classroom
    • People in Play
    • Custodian
    8:10: Picks up garbage, empties left-over milk into larger container.
  • 12. Elementary Breakfast in the Classroom
    • People in Play
    • Nutrition Utility Person
    • 8:15: Picks up extra items and empty containers. She then re-stocks the extras and cleans any dirty dishes.
  • 13. Pricing Changes Elementary $1.30  .50 High School/Middle School $1.40  .75
  • 14. Menu Items
    • Self Contained
    • Pre Packaged
    • Not Sticky
    • 4 Rotations per Year
    • Always 3 Options (less in Elem)
    • (e.g., muffin, yogurt, apple, milk)
  • 15. Road Bumps
    • The myth of the perfect plan
    • Changes at semester/quarter
    • Sticky fingers/messy desks
    • Finding nutritional breakfast items
    • Teacher training
    • Paper products
    • Student preferences
  • 16. It’s in the Details
    • Clean up is very important
    • How do you “turn off” breakfast?
    • Routine, Routine, Routine
    • Who does what, when, and with which tools?
  • 17. High School/Middle School Breakfast: Access and Choice
    • Options
    • Grab & Go
    • Nutritional Break
    • Traditional Sit-down Before School
  • 18. Grab & Go
  • 19. Nutritional Break
  • 20. Cafeteria Style Breakfast
  • 21. Success! (At least, we’re cautiously optimistic.)
    • Participation
    • Alignment to District Vision and Purpose
    • Healthier kids, happier staff
    • Relationships and communication
    • Potential for Fund 10 relief
    • Parent reaction