The KSDE Child Nutrition & Wellness Group is sponsoring an initiative called "Eat Smart Play Hard". This initiative provides videos to families in 3 segments; Eating Smart, Playing Hard & Take it Home. Each month throughout the school year there will be 3 new videos added to the website and the school's facebook page for families to view. This information conveys that helping children grow up healthy takes families, schools and communities working together.
February 2013 - "Marketing School Meals" from the Eat Smart Segment; "Lincoln Cents" from the Play Hard Segment and "Team Nutrition Power Up Recipel" from the Taking it Home Segment.
USD 410’s Wellness committee set goals for Nutrition Education, Nutrition and Physical Activity. One of the goals that was set for Nutrition Education was to share a newsletter from Nutrikids with families of USD 410 students monthly except for the summer months of June and July. The brochures provide nutrition information as well as ideas for healthy meals and snacks and physical activities that families can do together.
February 2013 Nutrikids Newsletter "Supporting Good Health at School"
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