Student Nutrition Prices for the 2014-2015 School Year
The Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 requires schools to annually assess their lunch prices in accordance with the Paid Lunch Equity provision. For the 2013-2014 school year, schools that charged less than an weighted average price of $2.65 are required to adjust their average price accordingly for the 2014-2015 school year.
AISD Student Nutrition, Fuel Up and Move Tour Bus
Pictured From Left to Right: Kelsie Andrews - Nutrition Intern, Melissa Nesmith - Nutrition Coordinator and
Joyce Wommack - Commodity Program Specialist
The Fuel Up & Move Bus Tour visited the 4th grade classes at Taylor Elementary to teach students about the importance of nutrition and exercise. The 4th grade classes were able to participate in hands-on activities and then while on the Bus, our kids became contestants in our nutrition game show! Come on Down!
The Nutrition game show curriculum is specifically designed to meet and support components of the STAAR test and focused on our kids mastering their math skills in counting the calories of every day snacks while learning the nutrient content of fruits and vegetables. All of our Students had a blast as they mastered valuable skills that they can use every day to promote and sustain healthy and nutritious choices for a lifetime.
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