Symposium gives child nutrition professionals hands-on menu development opportunities.
The policy allows the district to seek payments from parents while still providing lunches.
Forty-five schools have gardens and a few even have hoop houses.
High school installing security cameras to prevent similar incidents.
Meals will be prepared in district Nutrition Center and transported to schools.
Program focuses on building flavor through small changes.
Decision hinged on foodservice providing an after-school snack.
Farmers are eager to satisfy demand for local purchases.
Smaller portions and higher food costs credited with decline.
School board is considering proposal to eliminate meat from the menu one day a week.
Ruth Arnold thinks fondue is overrated and loves pickles.
Union workers say maintaining bars goes beyond contract.
One school district is using a food truck as a concessions stand and summer feeding vehicle.
School board weighs option of providing completely free lunches to Webster County schools.
Two bricks are made from every 1,200 lunch trays.
City school officials approved an extra $95,000 annually to support program.
Detector uses rama spectroscopy to determine if food contains allergens.
Students decorated tables with art about social issues.
Bill makes breakfast program available to more than one million students at 1,000 campuses.
Nontraditional crusts and toppings transform pies into tasty treats.