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School Nutrition Professionals

School nutrition professionals can increase participation in and satisfaction with their school meals. The following materials were designed for school nutrition professionals to learn about innovative practices and communicate with families, students, and the broader school community about the healthfulness of school meals. Here you'll find ideas about what other schools in Wisconsin are doing to make their school meals rock. 

Resources 

Best Practice Videos

 

Breakfast in the Classroom: How Black River Falls Schools and Monona Grove School District Makes Meals Rock 

Breakfast in the classroom has proven successful at all grade levels by making breakfast more accessible to students, leading to increased participation, improved grades and a decrease in disciplinary referrals. The School District of Black River Falls and the Monona Grove School District are truly making their school meals rock.

Farm to School: How Plymouth School District Makes Meals Rock

See transformational practices in action in Plymouth. From student-grown produce, to an executive chef designing delicious meals with local food, to food service leadership and community nutrition programming led by dietitians, the Plymouth School District are truly making their school meals rock.

Smarter Lunchrooms: How Sauk Prairie School District and the Unified School District of Antigo Makes Meals Rock

See transformational practices in action in Sauk Prairie School District and the Unified School District of Antigo. From creatively naming menu items, to decorative fruit bowls, to student involvement in the school meals program, the Sauk Prairie School District and Unified School District of Antigo are truly making their school meals rock.