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  • September focuses on childhood obesity awareness and importance of fruits and veggies!

    September is a busy month for not only children and families but for health observances, too! Do you know which health observances are recognized in September? Read on for more information!

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  • And the winner is... LiveWell@School Food Initiative

    LiveWell@School Food Initiative is the winner of the Learning ZoneXpress Soar with School Breakfast Recipe Challenge. Thank you to everyone who participated and submitted your great National School Breakfast Week recipes. We are so excited to try these and will continue to share them throughout the year on our blog! Check out the winning recipe here: Craisy Pumpkin Breakfast Bars  

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  • Support for Consumer Financial Literacy Projects

    From our friends at GrantStation... Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment: Consumer Financial Education Fund The mission of the Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment is to support grassroots initiatives to inspire community action to protect the environment, consumers, and public health. The Foundation’s Consumer Financial Education Fund supports projects that relate to consumer financial education, with an emphasis on issues related to large financial institutions, basic banking, access to financial services, retail banking accounts, and underbanked or vulnerable populations. Nonprofit organizations throughout the U.S. are eligible to apply for grants of up to $100,000. Within the...

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  • NSBW Recipe from Palm Springs Unified School District - Cheesy Ortega Breakfast Tacos

    Today's school breakfast recipe is from Palm Springs Unified District. 3.5 lbs Frozen Liquid Egg 2 lbs Shredded Cheddar Cheese 2lbs Cottage Cheese 2 Tsp Baking Powder 8oz Butter buds (liquid) 16oz Diced Green Chili’s 2 6’ corn Tortilla’s 2 oz salsa Combine eggs, cheeses, baking powder, butter buds, and chili’s. Spray a 400 hotel pan with pan coating and pour mixture into pan. Bake in preheated 350 degree oven for 30-35 minutes until golden brown and eggs are set. Once cooked, scoop ½ cup of egg mixture and divide between 2 corn torilla’s and top with 2 oz salsa...

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  • Daniel Giusti talks to Learning ZoneXpress about school food lunches

    [caption id="attachment_6467" align="alignright" width="300"] Daniel Giusti, Melanie Nelson, Joyce Mattson & Londa Arnfelt[/caption] Daniel Giusti, a superstar in the world of chef's, has resigned his post as head chef for Noma's exquisite restaurant in Copenhagen. (Noma has been voted best restaurant in the world 4 out of the last 5 years!) Daniel has big plans to transform key thinking in the industry of food industry -- starting with school lunches. And where does someone start such an adventure? Learning from the experts in the world of school lunch - including the leaders of Learning ZoneXpress. He met with them earlier this...

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  • $35 Million to Help Schools Serve Healthier Meals, Strengthen Childhood Nutrition

    Big news from the USDA! USDA, NFL, Fuel Up to Play 60 Partner to Award [caption id="attachment_6065" align="alignright" width="300"] 1 Terrific Tray™ Dry Erase Menu Poster[/caption] Grants Will Improve Food Service Equipment, Upgrade Infrastructure Critical to Building Healthy Schools and Communities SANTA CLARA, Calif., Feb. 5, 2016 – Amid pre-Super Bowl 50 celebrations today, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, NFL Commissioner, Roger Goodell, and Paul Rovey, dairy farmer and leader of the National Dairy Council (NDC), announced the availability of $35 million in grants to help schools upgrade their kitchen equipment and infrastructure in order to offer students better access to...

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  • Support for U.S. Cities to Address Barriers to Better Health

    From our friends at GrantStation... Support for U.S. Cities to Address Barriers to Better Health Invest Health Invest Health, a collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and The Reinvestment Fund, seeks to fundamentally change the way cities improve opportunities for their citizens to live healthy lives. Through the initiative, teams of leaders from up to 50 mid-sized cities will be selected to participate in an 18-month effort designed to accelerate municipal capacity to take action to address the multiple determinants of health in low-income communities. These changes can focus on increasing access to quality jobs, affordable housing, nutritious food...

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  • Grants to address childhood obesity and type-2 diabetes prevention

    A great opportunity from Notah Begay III Foundation for the right program… Four multi-year (18 month) grants of up to $60,000 each will be awarded to support the implementation of action plans and strategies to address systemic barriers in childhood obesity and type-2 diabetes prevention. Community Action Grants will build on the planning work conducted by Native American communities who are ready for the “next stage” of implementing their youth obesity and type-2 diabetes prevention strategies. This funding opportunity will NOT support direct service programming. Rather, these grants will support actions that are addressing systemic change by engaging the community...

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  • Grants Promote Financial Markets Literacy Programs

    From our friends at GrantStation... Grants Promote Financial Markets Literacy Programs NASDAQ Educational Foundation The NASDAQ Educational Foundation is dedicated to promoting learning about capital formation, financial markets, and entrepreneurship through innovative educational programs. The Foundation’s Educational Projects or Programs grant category provides support to educational institutions and nonprofit organizations for classroom and extracurricular financial markets literacy programs at the high school, college, and university levels. Programs targeting teacher training and professional development for adults are also eligible for support. In addition to the Educational Projects or Programs category, grants are provided for research, fellowships, and curriculum development at the...

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  • Running Programs for Youth Funded

    From our friends at GrantStation... Running Programs for Youth Funded Saucony Run for Good Foundation The Saucony Run for Good Foundation is committed to improving the lives of children by helping to prevent and reduce childhood obesity. Grants of up to $10,000 are provided to nonprofit community organizations that initiate and support running programs for youth. Program participants must be 18 years of age or younger. Priority will be given to programs that serve youth populations not traditionally exposed to running programs. Grant requests are reviewed two times per year; the next application deadline is February 1, 2016. Visit the...

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