The district will update 20 cafeterias this year to provide more scratch-made meals to students.
Staff wore the stickers to protest what they claim are untenable working conditions at the school’s dining halls.
The five honorees were selected by the School Nutrition Foundation for their efforts to help those in need.
The funds are part of a $12 million grant spread throughout 12 districts in the state.
The short videos provide parents with an inside look at its scratch cooking.
School officials hope to reduce dining hall waste by 10%.
The district’s FSD attributes the success to expanding breakfast, smarter purchasing and cutting back on food waste.
The No Student Goes Hungry Program aims to shield underprivileged students from embarrassment, and to provide expanded breakfast and farm-fresh foods in schools.
The demos are conducted during lunch.
Boston Public Schools is the newest district to join the group, which says it now reaches nearly 3.7 million students.