Thursday, February 21, 2019 from 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM (PST)
Central Santa Rosa Library
211 E Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
The Sonoma County Healthy Students Initiative in partnership with the Dept. of Health Services will offer this free workshop to prepare school districts for the first Local School Wellness Policy (LSWP) statewide administrative review under USDA Final Rule regulations coming up next year.
Whether your district has just (or even not yet) begun the process of updating policy language to comply with the new requirements or has already implemented changes and is preparing assessment and documentation approaches, this session is designed to help you identify the most impactful next steps you can take toward compliance.
Heather Reed, Nutrition Education Consultant for the California Dept. of Education will offer guidance on how best to prepare for state administrative review under Final Rule, regardless of how much progress you've made to date. Following are breakout working sessions tailored to address your district's specific area of need.
Whether you are accountable for ensuring LSWP compliance within your school district or you are an individual stakeholder working on wellness initiatives, this session is for you. All members of your school wellness team are welcome to join this training. Attendees will network with peers and wellness experts from across Sonoma County, learn key strategies for complying with LSWP requirements under Final Rule and take away tools and resources to efficiently prepare for administrative review.
The School Garden Network is hosting a POP UP & FUNDRAISER this Monday Jan 14th from 5:30-8:30pm at Lagunitas Tap Room in Petaluma.
Join us for an evening of dancing to the popular local band Dgiin, dining on asian street food from Jam’s Joy Bungalow Food Truck, and donating to a great community cause. There will be wonderful auction items and a warm community vibe.
100% of Beer Sales Goes Directly to the School Garden Network!
Bring the family and connect with the community of SGN!
Non alcoholic beverages will be served by Sonoma Enlivened (the people that brought you The Kefiry).
A special thanks to Taylor Lane for helping to sponsor the event!
Email any questions to Lynn
Hope to see you there!
The Worm Wizard of Waste Program is looking for highly motivated schools in Sonoma Valley (3rd grade and up) with the capacity to initiate or improve an institution-wide daily practice of recycling organic waste through on-site vermiculture systems!
If your Sonoma Valley school would like to participate in our Worm
Wizard of Waste program during the 2019- 2020 school year, or you
would like to learn more about our program please go to www.wormwizards.org or contact our ProgramManager Oona Heacock - firstname.lastname@example.org (707) 978-4149.