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Welcome to Food & Nutrition!

Good nutrition and learning go hand in hand.

The Nutrition Services department is made up of a team of food and nutrition professionals that are dedicated to students' health, well being and their ability to learn. We support learning by promoting healthy habits for lifelong nutrition and fitness practices.

Want to help?  Give a donation to the Needy Student Meal Fund; call Lisa Herberg at 707-837-7780.  Checks are accepted at any school cafeteria or the District Office. Make checks payable to the cafeteria fund and note in the memo portion "donation needy student meal fund"  Contact your school volunteer coordinator to assist with serving or helping students during lunch. 

Windsor Unified School District is proud to have school gardens at Windsor Creek and Cali Calmecac Language Academy.  The school garden allows students to learn lifelong knowledge of growing produce, nutrition and eating fresh produce in the garden and in the school cafeteria.  The school gardens connect nutrition education and the classroom curriculum to enrich children of every age with hands-on life sciences, practical language skills, teamwork and campus ownership. Children plant, harvest and prepare seasonal foods. They experience plant life cycles first-hand as they plant, play among, then harvest produce they grow.  They observe ecosystem interdependence and insect life cycles and discover beneficial insects in the garden.  Family garden work days are fun times to make a difference for the whole school community, please contact your school to volunteer in either the garden or in the classroom helping with Harvest of the Month nutrition education program. 

 

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 The Harvest of the Month Nutrition program links nutrition education, school gardens, locally grown produce and fresh produce served in the school cafeterias.   Each month, classes receive a Harvest of the Month Tasting Kit featuring a different locally grown produce item and teaching materials.  The program runs from September to May and provides nine months of engaging standards-based lessons.  To sponsor a classroom kit for $15 please call Nutrition Services at 707-837-7780

November's Harvest of the Month is sweet Fuyu Persimmons from Gabriel Farms in Sebastopol.  

Visit Gabriel Farms online for more information https://www.gabrielfarm.com/about

Gabriel Farm_Farmer Profile.pdf

Persimmon ID Sheet_NC_November.pdf

Persimmon Newsletter_Eng+Spn.pdf

 

Looking for a part-time - part year work during school hours?  Or an on-call substitute job when you are available and still be at home when your family needs you there?  Join us to educate, serve and encourage students to eat healthy fresh fruit and vegetables every day!  Call Lisa at 707-837-7780 to inquire about jobs or volunteer opportunities in the school garden and/or Harvest of the Month nutrition activities. 

Please stop by the District Office at 9291 Old Redwood HWY BLDG 500, Windsor CA or apply online at EDJoin

http://www.edjoin.org/searchResults.aspx?countyID=49&districtID=888

https://wusd.org/index.php/Classified-Career/   

 

 


Notice: The California Revenue and Taxation Code (RTC) Section 19853(b) requires local educational agencies (LEA) that operate the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) to annually notify households about the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Information Act.

Earned Income Tax Credit Information Act Communication

 
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