Food Service

Outside of physical education, there is no clearer tie-in to Eat Well & Keep Moving than school food services. Each school day, students eat at least one meal at school, providing an excellent opportunity to reinforce the curriculum’s messages about healthful eating.

Training Workshop for Food Service Staff

Six training modules for food service staff provide an overview of the Eat Well & Keep Moving program, focusing on the role of food services in making the link between classroom and cafeteria. An additional lunch break demonstrates some cafeteria dishes:

Title PDF PPT
Module 1: Let's Eat Well & Keep Moving: An Introduction to the Program PDF download Microsoft Word Download
Module 2: The Good Life—Wellness PDF download Microsoft Word Download
Module 3: Eat Well & Keep Moving Principles of Healthy Living PDF download Microsoft Word Download
Module 4: Tour de Health and Nutrition Facts PDF download Microsoft Word Download
Module 5: The Cafeteria—Partner in Nutrition Education PDF download Microsoft Word Download
Module 6: Classroom Units—What's Being Taught PDF download Microsoft Word Download
Lunch Break: Eat Well & Keep Moving Lunch Break PDF download Microsoft Word Download
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Food Service Guide

The Food Service Guide is a resource for food service managers interested in making healthful changes to their school menus, including recipes, preparation tips, promotional materials, and classroom tie-ins.

More Resources

Check out these additional websites for food services, school wellness, nutrition, physical activity, reduced television viewing, and other program-related topics.