OSNA will hold its Annual Industry Seminar & USDA Foods Show on Friday, October 21 at the Camp Withycombe Armory/Event Center in Clackamas, Oregon. Save the date and stay tuned for registration, program and speaker details!
Vendors who want to showcase USDA Foods (commodities) can now download the booth information sheet and registration/booth equipment order forms from the Annual Industry Seminar page. The reservations deadline is August 15, 2016.
Oakridge School District has a job opening for a Head Cook at Oakridge Junior Senior High School. This position manages, participates in the operation of a school kitchen, and prepares meals at the elementary or secondary school. The Head Cook supervises the other food services employees assigned to the building program and plans the menus to meet state requirements for the building program. The Head Cook is also responsible for keeping records on meals served, food orders, inventory and cash receipts.
The position is open until filled. For a full job description and online application, visit the Oakridge SD Job Listings page.
Need equipment to promote or expand your school breakfast program or to update your cafeteria?
Fuel Up to Play 60 has grant funding! Applications are open online until June 15, 2016. These grants, up to $4,000 per school, are to support academic success through school-wide healthy eating and physical activity initiatives. Apply online at www.fueluptoplay60.com.
Also, here’s something to pass along to your PE teachers. Elementary and middle schools may apply for the Fuel Up to Play 60 NFL Flag Essentials Kit, which includes equipment and curriculum for PE programs. Teachers find these easy-to-use and engaging for all students. Schools may apply for the both the grant and the kit at www.fueluptoplay60.com.
Download the 2016-2017 Playbook Flier (.pdf) today to get a few ideas about how your school can implement touchdown-worthy healthy eating and physical activities!
For questions regarding the Fuel Up to Play 60 program in Oregon or for help with the grant application, please contact:
Crista Hawkins, RDN, LD
Manager, School Programs
Oregon Dairy and Nutrition Council