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What are some of St. Vrain's School Wellness Accomplishments this winter?
21% of landfills are made up from food waste -ways to combat at home
Measure the amount of food thrown away after meals
Help raise awarness of food waste
Help with ordering of menu items students enjoy
School will be starting their BREAKFAST Program in January!
Plate Waste Studies
See what is going on at SVVSD!
Life & Times of a Strawberry
1 more Food Share Table started at Rocky Mountain Elementary to combat hunger & food waste at school
In the 1st week, Rocky Food Share Table rescued 31 apples, 9 cartons of milk, etc. & saved almost $40!!
15 of our elementary, middle, & high schools have committed to forming their individual school wellness teams, and work on their school's wellness needs through a CDE Student Wellness Grant this year!
Northridge Elementary Makes Room for Wellness with a Mindful Room - a safe space for students to refocus
Wellness in Action!
St. Vrain School Wellness attended the LiveWell HEAL (Healthy Eating Active Living) Summit 2018 in Denver last month.
St Vrain was recognized by Colorado Department of Education for our Summer Feeding Families Program Partnership!
The holidays can be full of joy and also stress
Try some yoga workouts for holiday stress!
New Nutrition Services employees attended LiveWell Culinary Bootcamp to gain new skills in the kitchen
Do you need help
You can also apply for no cost breakfast & lunch for your student HERE
Enjoy In Season Fresh Fruit in our St. Vrain Valley Kitchens during December!
Keep Your Family & Guests Safe
5 Keys to Avoid Food Borne Illness over the Holidays
Tangerines are in season which means they are low cost right now! They are high in vitamin C, fat free, cholesterol free, & help your body stay healthy!
kid-friendly fresh tangerine
Did You Know St. Vrain Nutrition?
One in a Melon Award Winner
Based on a tally of the number of votes received, the school district above was selected as a stand out in Colorado.
What was heard during the nomination process:
St. Vrain has a very large farm to school program. Last school year, we served over 900,000 pounds of local produce to our students and we are on course to serve even more this year! Nutrition Services also sources local milk, beans, and tortillas.