Orfalea Foundation School Food Initiative Director Kathleen de Chadenèdes opened the third panel of the School Wellness Summit by sharing the primary objection she hears when promoting innovative ideas in school health and wellness: “Where… Read more
After lunch – and you really don’t want to miss lunch at an event designed and managed by four professional chefs – attendees of the 2014 School Wellness Summit selected discussion tables to learn more… Read more
During the second panel of the 2014 School Wellness Summit, a Superintendent, an Assistant Superintendent, and two Principals discussed the impact of wellness policies on student achievement. Trevor McDonald, Superintendent of Lompoc Unified School District,… Read more
In this Noozhawk article, US. Representative Lois Capps discusses progress in reducing hunger here in Santa Barbara County. http://www.noozhawk.com/article/043013_capps_santa_barbara_model_attacking_hunger/
We try to avoid sarcasm and negativity on this site, but cannot resist noting that nearly all of the parents we know received notices that students would need a healthy breakfast this week because of… Read more
We’ll be posting a lot more about breakfast in the classroom, but in the meantime, here’s a news report from last year that explains some of the advantages for students and educators.