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Team Nutrition Training and Grant Opportunities

Training Opportunities

 

Wisconsin School Wellness Workshop logo

November 19, 2019 - University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, Kohl's Cares, and Children's Hospital of Wisconsin are pleased to announce the Wisconsin School Wellness Workshop. This workshop will offer resources, strategies, and the opportunity to collaborate in order to help students reach their full academic potential by advancing school wellness. Teams will be provided group time to evaluate their wellness activities using the Action for Healthy Kids assessment tool and develop an action plan. View the agenda for additional details. 

A school district team of four to six individuals are required to attend the workshop. A school administrator/principal, health/physical education teacher, and a school nutrition representative are required to be included on the team. There is no registration fee for the workshop. A stipend of $450 will be available for each team to attend the workshop. The stipend can be used to offset the costs of attending the workshop and/or to be used to implement wellness activities in your district. Space is limited to 30 school districts. Registration deadline is November 12, 2019. Register today!

Chop! Chop! Culinary Skills Videos

These free training videos will help you and your school food service staff use more whole grains and fresh, Wisconsin-grown fruits and vegetables in your school meal program. The videos were developed in partnership with CESA Nutrition Purchasing and the Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems (CIAS). To view the videos, please visit the CIAS website. In addition, the Chop! Chop! Resource Guide  was developed to accompany the videos. The guide is a compilation of the recipes featured in the videos and includes information about Wisconsin crops, procurement of local products, food safety, and professional development.

Sub-grant Opportunities

There are no current sub-grant opportunities at this time.