Do you wish your local school had scratch-cooked food in the cafeteria?
How about an active garden or nutrition education?
Are you looking for ways to get involved in your child’s school food program, but aren’t sure where to begin?
All across America concerned advocates like you are fighting to revolutionize school food, and you can join leaders in the field as they discuss how it’s being done.
Chef Ann Cooper will join other school health game-changers for The Healthy SCHOOLS Revolution Online World Summit, an online event that runs October 6 – 31.
You’ll have full access to interviews with experts who explain how they changed the landscape of school cafeterias, schools gardens, nutrition education, physical activity, and more.
This is a great opportunity to tap directly into the minds and hearts of those who have already achieved making their schools healthier. Your participation will also support the Chef Ann Foundation; $2.50 of your $10 registration fee goes directly to our programs for healthy school food.
Register now for The Healthy SCHOOLS Revolution World Video Summit.
If you do attend the summit, please let Sierra Harvest know by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d be delighted to help you support healthy changes at your school. Tahoe Truckee Unified School District now has salad bars in all ten of its schools — wouldn’t it be great to do the same thing in Western Nevada County?