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Krysta Williams
10:49
I’ll be back in just a couple minutes.
Abby Halperin
25:29
Have we all (1) disabled the doodle feature and (2) renamed ourselves?
Mickinzie Lopez
25:51
Thx abby
Alexa Norstad
30:48
Welcome! Please introduce yourself by typing your name, position, and where you work into the chat box. Also, what winter produce have you been enjoying?
Alexa Norstad
31:10
Welcome! Please introduce yourself by typing your name, position, and where you work into the chat box. Also, what winter produce have you been enjoying?
Cathleen Olsen
31:23
Cathleen Olsen
Michelle Poirier
31:25
Hello,
Cathleen Olsen
31:31
Winters Joint Unified School District
Tom Murphy
31:33
Tom Murphy
Abby Halperin | Center for Ecoliteracy
31:34
Good Morning Everyone! Abby Halperin, Policy and Grants Manager at the Center for Ecoliteracy. Loving the naval oranges!
Leslie Pring
31:37
Leslie Pring, Director of Nutrition, Twin Rivers USD in Sacramento , CA. Enjoying all the citrus!
Suzanne Yamanishi
31:38
Suzanne Yamanishi, Food Service Manager, Southside School in Hollister, CA -- lots of Navel Oranges and Mandarins from California.
Regina Salmon
31:42
Regina Salmon, Fortuna Union High School District, Fortuna, CA
Alyce Hernandez
31:42
Alyce Hernandez Cloverdale Unified
Paula Kendrick
31:44
Paula Kendrick Florida department of Agriculture. Florida Citrus
Elizabeth O'Gilvie
31:45
Liz O
Susan Dalandan
31:45
Susan Dalandan, Coordinator, Lehigh Valley Food Policy Council, eastern PA, potato in all forms!
Sam Bloch
31:48
Hi everyone! I'm a reporter at a publication called The Counter who writes about school food. I recently covered a rise in obesity that's connected to challenges in schools: https://thecounter.org/covid-19-childhood-obesity-health-school-lunch-crisis/
Zetta Reicker
31:49
Good morning, Zetta Reicker with No Kid Hungry - mandarins!
Tom Murphy
31:50
Longwood CSD
Catherine Paredes
31:51
Cathy Paredes, Borrego Springs USD Food Service Director, Citrus
Tara Thatcher
31:51
Hello - Tara Thatcher BDM - West; Darlington Snacks. I enjoy our Blueberry Lemon Bites IW!
Amy Hedrick-Farr
31:53
Amy Hedrick-Farr, Director at Santa Cruz City Schools. I'm really enjoying Brussel Sprouts
Suzanne King
31:56
Good Morning, Suzie King, Food Service Coordinator Cotati-Rohnert Park USD - oranges!
Cathleen Olsen
31:59
Cathleen Olsen Winters Joint Unified School District, Little Gem Lettuce
Amy Glodde
31:59
Amy Glodde - No Kid Hungry Contractor
Jenileigh Harris
32:01
Hi everyone. Jenileigh Harris with the National Farm to School Network, based in Colorado.
Hollie Hillard
32:01
Kitchen Manager at Sand Creek Elementary, Sand Creek Michigan
Natalie Lareau
32:04
Natalie Lareau, program assistant at F2I Center. I've been loving tangerines!
Brendan Shields
32:08
Brendan Shields, Director of Food Services, Magnolia School District, Brussel Sprouts
Maddy Moritsch
32:09
Maddy Moritsch, Alliance for a Healthier Generation
CRISTINA OBREGON
32:10
Cristina Obregon Whittier City school District Director Food Services.
Erin Primer
32:10
Morning everyone! Erin Primer SLCUSD Food & Nutrition Services Director - loving local clementines!
Bryan Miller
32:11
Good Morning. Bryan Miller Assistant Director of Child Nutrition Madera Unified.
Suzy Sayre
32:12
Suzy Sayre El Monte UHSD Love the mandarins!
Alexa Norstad
32:12
Good morning, everyone. Alexa Norstad, Director of Programs at the Center for Ecoliteracy. I am loving the pears right now!
Lisa Buskirk
32:12
Director Jefferson Oregon
Brandy Dreibelbis
32:17
Hi Everyone-Brandy Dreibelbis, Director of School Food Operations, Chef Ann Foundation. I've been enjoying CA Mandarins
Sally Spero
32:18
Sally Spero, retired but still in love with school lunch. Fresh Satsumas from our backyard trees!
CRISTINA OBREGON
32:21
Enjoying the apples and oranges.
Leslie Montano
32:22
Leslie Montano, Director of Operations, ARISE High School. Bananas!
Lisa Herberg
32:24
Lisa Herberg, TUHSD, FSD, Brussel Sprouts
Jennifer Marrone
32:26
Jennifer MarroneSan Diego Unified, Business Manager Food Services-I don't know what produce is normal to winter
Michelle Hernandez
32:27
Michelle Hernandez, Nutrition and Wellness Coordinator, Carpinteria Unified School District, Winter Squash, Pears, Citrus
Michelle Poirier
32:27
Hello Michelle Poirier from Palm Springs USD. I have been loving Rutabaga
Laurel Goins
32:29
Laurel Goins, Lucia MAr Unified. WE have fresh Kiwis this week from a local farm!
Polly Houston
32:29
Polly Houston, Lennox School District, always blueberries
Micha James
32:31
Micha James, MPUSD Nutrition Services, cara cara oranges!
Emma Finn
32:31
Emma Finn with the Climate-Friendly School Food Team at Friends of the Earth! Definitely still enjoying as much SQUASH as I can get my hands on!!
Sam Bloch
32:32
And I've been enjoying radishes and kale!
Nadia Kelem
32:33
good morning! Nadia Kelem, Oregon farm to school and school garden network, foodcorps - service member. Bend OR. loving Hubbard squash!
Laura Bullene Jacobo
32:35
Laura Bullene Jacobo, Director Woodlake USD, loving the Red Pears!
Frances Gonzalez
32:39
Good Morning! Frances Gonzalez, Director of Nutrition Services for Ojai Unified School District in Ojai, Ca
Jennifer McNeil
32:43
Good morning/afternoon all! Jen here from LunchAssist. My favorite thing in the winter are those yummy kiwis that are in season! :)
Rosa Rubio
32:45
Rosa Rubio, Calistoga JUSD, kale
Brian Chiarito
32:46
Brian Chiarito - Director at Madera USD
Adriana Lopez
32:53
Adriana Lopez, Director of Nutrition Services at Menifee USD in Menifee, CA. Delicious tangerines :)
Antoinette Pearce
33:10
Antoinette Pearce, Assistant Director of Student Nutrition Compton Unified, I love eating oranges right now!
Shaekha Dominguez
33:16
Shaekha Dominguez, FSD at Hawking STEAM Charter. Enjoying it all!
Mickinzie Lopez | LunchAssist
33:16
Mickinzie Lopez, LunchAssist - loving all the fresh citrus from our CSA box!
Bailey Rose
33:24
Bailey Rose, Community Nutrition Adviser - Bay Area, Let's Eat Healthy Movement, Dairy Council of CA
Elizabeth O'Gilvie
33:42
liz O’Gilvie Springfield Food Policy Council in Springfield Mass they are not local but I am living on Mandarins!
Kat Soltanmorad
33:47
Kat Soltanmorad, Director/Dietitian Tahoe Truckee USD. Enjoying local and organic blood oranges, mandarins and kiwis!
Alexa Norstad
33:52
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Brenda Ruiz
34:30
Brenda Ruiz, Sacramento Food Policy Council, spinach
Terry Brown RD SNS
34:41
So cute!
Naomi Shadwell
34:41
Naomi Shadwell, Exec. Director of CNS for San Marcos USD. I'm also loving citrus!
Erin Primer
34:50
So cute! Congrats Jen :)
Susan Dalandan
35:08
Congratulations, such a cutie!
Lisa White
35:13
Lisa White, SRVUSD, CA. Brussel sprouts
Tara Thatcher
35:18
Oh my gosh - what a cutie! That smile is precious
Polly Houston
35:23
Adorable Lola and beautiful family
Naomi Shadwell
35:24
So adorable!!!
Jennifer McNeil
36:50
Aw thanks everyone! We are so happy. Babies are the best! Hehe.
Alexa Norstad
36:52
Register for next month’s call: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/upYtde-uqTIp5W3YWMxHDzNjEWcAj6n7Fg
Alexa Norstad
36:59
Register for next month’s call: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/upYtde-uqTIp5W3YWMxHDzNjEWcAj6n7Fg
Valerie Weivoda
37:17
Valerie Weivoda, MS, RD, LD, SNS! Child Nutrition Director at Lee County School District in Tupelo, MS. Fav fall/winter produce I'm loving this year is butternut squash!!!
Alexa Norstad
37:46
28 Days Moments in Black History that Changed the World: https://us.macmillan.com/books/9781596438200
Alexa Norstad
38:02
LunchAssist Civil Rights Training: https://www.lunchassist.org/civilrights
Julianna Roberts
39:03
yeah my cousin Susan Burns is from Madera
Lunch at the Library - Kari
39:31
@Brian Great work!
Alexa Norstad
40:37
QUESTION: What new recipes have you tried out lately?
Julianna Roberts
41:07
love that fiesta bowl
Laurel Goins
41:29
Beef picadillo. It was yummy!
Ana Grajeda
41:32
we made chicken apple salad yesterday via zoom with our parents it was Great :)
Alexa Norstad
41:54
QUESTION: How do you let your staff know they are appreciated?
Mickinzie Lopez | LunchAssist
41:57
That’s such a great idea, Ana! How did it go with the parents??
Ana Grajeda
42:00
Great Job
Mickinzie Lopez | LunchAssist
42:29
Love it!
Alexa Norstad
42:30
FRAC’s summary of the Omnibus Funding for Child Nutrition: https://frac.org/wp-content/uploads/coronavirus-response-and-omnibus-act-1.pdf
Valerie Weivoda
43:18
We are rolling out new recipes constantly trying to use our USDA foods: Monte Cristo Breakfast Biscuits, Chicken Nibblers, Baked Cinnamon Apple hand pies, BBQ Empanada, Pepper Jack Cheese Dip, Pepper jack Mac & Cheese, Pepper Jack Chkn Quesadillas...
Valerie Weivoda
43:47
Ana Grajeda, I LOVE the idea of having a zoom session with parents. What time of day did you do this? How did it go/
Mickinzie Lopez | LunchAssist
43:51
Those foods sound delicious, Valerie!
Ana Grajeda
44:07
lunch time here 1230-100 noon
Maddy Moritsch
44:24
If you are interested in implementing a gratitude practice for your amazing staff, check out Healthier Generation's Sustainable Gratitude Practice Resource: https://api.healthiergeneration.org/resource/706
Mickinzie Lopez | LunchAssist
44:41
Thanks for sharing, Maddy!
Ana Grajeda
44:41
we just finish an exercise class with our parents twice a week also for cooking classes
Valerie Weivoda
46:01
Love that Ana! I've thought of trying to start an exercise class. I'd like to talk to you about how you have organized all of these zoom sessions :) would you mind emailing me? Valerie.weivoda@leecountyschools.us
Terry Brown RD SNS
46:14
Great news that CA opted in!
Ana Grajeda
46:19
sure
Alexa Norstad
46:30
For those of you operating an At-Risk Supper Program outside of California, are you taking attendance by student name? Or has your state agency allowed you to use a tally count in lieu of student names? What creative ways are you meeting this requirement?
Abby Halperin | Center for Ecoliteracy
46:36
For california districts, have you received the additional $0.75? Has it made a difference? We’re talking with legislators right now about more funding for this school year and it would be great to know how/if the existing funding has helped.
Jamie Anderson
46:49
What if we missed the FFCRA waiver?
Kat Soltanmorad
47:48
Abby- Yes we received it and anything helps. Hopefully Universal Meals is part of the legislative visits for your team.
Suzanne King
47:48
The additional $.75 has made a tremendous difference for my District because the fall in meal sales has meant so much less revenue.
Abby Halperin | Center for Ecoliteracy
48:03
Thanks so much Suzanne! That’s great to hear.
Susan Dalandan
48:29
In PA, we only need a tally. Most of the CACFP programs are with enrolled students in child care, so the majority have names as well. However, we do have a few sites that are open drop in and afterschool at our firehouses (fire safety, police safety, household safety lessons and exercises) and we only need a tally for that.
Mickinzie Lopez | LunchAssist
48:51
Hi Jamie - the FFCRA waiver is just an FYI. Nothing you need to do. CA already opted in. :)
Paloma Perez Bertrand I LunchAssist
48:57
Thank you for sharing, Susan!
Susan Dalandan
48:59
They try to get names at the beginning of the program kick off, but not always possible.
Lisa Buskirk
49:12
Oregon, and we must keep attendance by name.
Amy Hedrick-Farr
49:29
This is amazing news!
Mickinzie Lopez | LunchAssist
50:02
Thank you, Susan! Any other states allowing tally sheets? We would love to share this info with the CA Dpt. Ed.
Abby Halperin | Center for Ecoliteracy
50:05
Thanks @Kat, yes, universal meals is a big priority for us this year!
Mickinzie Lopez | LunchAssist
50:41
Thanks Lisa for letting us know about OR
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
51:22
If the funding formulas were more favorable for schools that have moderate ISPs, and if there were extra state funding for it, would you consider implementing CEP for the 2021-2022 school year? Why or why not?
Valerie Weivoda
51:26
MS school here operating ASCP...currently using names because we are in normal after school tutoring (with social distancing).
Mickinzie Lopez | LunchAssist
51:48
Good to know, Valerie!
Emma Finn
52:23
GREAT opportunity to incorporate good purchasing values - into your wellness policy!!
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
52:25
Op-ed written by Dr. Katie Wilson: https://www.realcleareducation.com/articles/2021/02/01/congress_must_provide_healthy_school_meals_for_all_kids_in_covid_relief_bill_110534.html
Maddy Moritsch
52:59
Thanks for the plug Jen! Healthier Generation has some great resources to get you on track for the LSWP triennial Assessment: https://www.healthiergeneration.org/
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
55:34
Has your school reopened? If yes, what protocols are in place to help keep your team safe? If not, what strategies would need to be in place in order for you to feel safe about bringing students back on campus?
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
57:34
Do you think a national summer school would be beneficial to help students “make up”?
Amy Glodde
58:15
as a parent, yes
Kat Soltanmorad
59:03
@Alexa-Yes, reopened hybrid for a second time Monday this week. We have MERF13 filters in each classroom, building, N95 masks, masks for all including students, gloves as requested, washing hand stations, desk shields, and only in session 4 days a week.. 1 day is deep clean at each campus. Food Services staff have worked every day since March 13 with the public and in the kitchens with colleagues.....
KRisten TEkell
59:15
Napa Valley USD is open! We use social distancing, grab and go meals, and use outdoor spaces when possible to name a few. National Summer school will pose schedule issues with CA union and current schedules for Food Service workers.
Kat Soltanmorad
01:00:30
@Alexa, especially for special education students who have had the least equitable access to education throughout this pandemic. They are the forgotten group. Summer school would be great for our crew as we always offer Seamless summer and buses for our summer programs. Receiving funding would be ideal.
Regina Salmon
01:00:58
Yes, we have reopened. The students are eating outdoors durin
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
01:02:26
What do you think the impact of not having salad bars this year will have on farm to school programs?
Suzanne Yamanishi
01:03:16
We have been packing salads to go out as a full lunch item.
Frances Gonzalez
01:04:23
@Alexa my district makes single serve veggie boxes and individual packaged salads to get the kids fresh veggies and to continue to order from our local farms
Susan Dalandan
01:04:56
No, in our part of PA,some are hybrid, a couple very small districts went in-person from September. But we are in an area of high community transmission. Many teachers are using staying virtual as a bargaining tool for contract negotiations as long as vaccines are not available for teachers. Some of the larger city districts in PA are thinking about moving to some in-person in April. Several tried hybrid before the holidays, but there were too many cases in the schools, especially in the middle and high schools.
Jennifer McNeil
01:06:31
Mashed potatoes sound delicious right now… just sayin’
Regina Salmon
01:07:01
Here are some of what we at Fortuna High School District has put in place when we reopened.
Regina Salmon
01:07:07
• Meals will be picked up inside the cafeteria• Meal pick up will be strategically coordinated using staggered release times from classrooms to prevent congestion.• Extended pick up times to allow social distancing.• Markers and floor signage have been placed six feet apart on sidewalks and floors, to ensure students stay apart while waiting to be served.• All entrances and exits are equipped with proper sanitation products, including hand sanitizer and/or sanitizing wipes. Students are required to sanitize before touching the pin pad on the POS.• Before handling service containers, beverages and utensils, hands will be washed thoroughly and put on food service gloves to avoid any contamination of the containers. Gloves will be worn throughout the service time, changing them when needed.• Facial coverings must be worn at all times by both students and staff.• Staff are 6 foot distanced, behind clear screens as much as possible.• Administration and Cafeteria Staff will be present during serving tim
Mickinzie Lopez | LunchAssist
01:07:24
Wow, THANK YOU for sharing, Regina!!!
Regina Salmon
01:08:41
Here is the rest...
Regina Salmon
01:08:46
times making reasonable efforts to ensure social distancing.• Common surfaces like doors and waiting areas will be disinfected after every meal service.• Meals will be taken outside, or taken home with individually plated or bagged meal.
Valerie Weivoda
01:08:48
MS, schools are completely opened. My district is 5 days weekly. All students & staff wear masks; extended meal periods for social distancing; alternating those that dine in the classroom or some schools eat completely in classroom.
Mickinzie Lopez | LunchAssist
01:10:16
Great ideas, Maureen! We love it all <3
Paloma Perez Bertrand I LunchAssist
01:10:30
Valerie - are the students in the classroom social distancing as well?
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
01:11:16
CDE Smarter Lunchrooms Movement: https://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/nu/he/smarterlunchrooms.asp
Jen McNeil I LunchAssist
01:12:14
Action for Healthy Kids also has some great smarter lunchrooms resources: https://www.actionforhealthykids.org/activity/smarter-lunchrooms/
Valerie Weivoda
01:14:26
We also have a dining room two-part cleaning routine that involve the teachers to help us clean tables between classes. We have a spray that staff use at the end of the day on all tables, door knobs, ect. They wipe the tables down to remove any residue in the AM. We have containers of disinfectant wipes cashiers keep by them to wipe down high contact areas often throughout meal time. Stopped using pin pads but really need to bring them back to speed the line back up.Unfortunately, I don't believe they are able to space students out as mulch as they would like so they've opted for plastic barriers on every student desk.
Jen McNeil I LunchAssist
01:16:13
Very well said! Thank you Maureen! Such an inspiration.
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
01:17:19
USDA Team Nutrition Training Grant for School Meal Recipes: https://www.fns.usda.gov/grant/rfa-2021-team-nutrition-training-grant-school-meal-recipe-development
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
01:17:38
Gro More Good Garden Grant: https://kidsgardening.org/2021-gromoregood-grassroots-grant/
Linda Prescott
01:17:57
Maureen can you direct me to where to find your how to videos
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
01:18:05
Whole Kids Foundation Garden Grant: https://www.wholekidsfoundation.org/programs/school-gardens-grant
Mickinzie Lopez | LunchAssist
01:18:26
We love Maureen’s innovative menu planning solutions! For more information on working with her and her team to reboot your menu, email maureen@pisanickpartners.com
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
01:18:39
CDFA Farm to School Incubator Grant: https://www.cdfa.ca.gov/grants/pdf/2021_Farm_to_School_Incubator_RFA.pdf
Maureen Pisanick
01:18:44
Thank you all - for more recipe inspiration find us at https://www.nutrismartnetwork.com/
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
01:18:50
CDE School Breakfast Program and Summer Meal Program Start-up and Expansion Grants: https://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/nu/sn/sbsfgrant.asp
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
01:19:18
CDE NSLP Equipment Assistance Grant: https://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/nu/sn/mbsnp032021.asp
Julianna Roberts
01:19:53
thanks again ladies for all the wealth of information it is much appreiciated Local Nutrition Directors Meeting Butte County
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
01:19:54
CDE Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program Application: https://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/nu/ffvprfa2021announcement.asp#:~:text=The%20California%20Department%20of%20Education,2021%E2%80%93June%2030%2C%202022
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
01:20:16
SY 20-21 CACFP AR Checklist: https://drive.google.com/file/d/17taeUmohXH996V3-5ERohV6cPRThXYaW/view?usp=sharing
Jen McNeil I LunchAssist
01:20:41
If you are having a CACFP AR this year definitely take a look at that checklist as it’s a bit simpler and easier to follow. We hope it helps you! :)
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
01:20:48
Chef Ann Foundation: Scratch Cooking To-Go Recipes: https://www.thelunchbox.org/emergency-feeding/food/scratch-cooking-to-go#bulk-meal-packs
Carrie Nickols
01:20:57
The tally sheet that is on your site that now says "COVID-19 Emergency FeedingDaily Meal Count Form" is approved to use?
Emma Finn
01:21:16
Woohoo! Thank you for the shoutout, CEL x LunchAssist!
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
01:21:19
Friends of the Earth - Organic School Food: A Road Map for Success: https://foe.org/resources/organic-school-food-roadmap/
Emma Finn
01:21:35
Register for the webinar at https://foe.org/SchoolFoodWebinars
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
01:21:41
Friends of the Earth Webinar https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYrfumgrD0tHNJEcHCKDXMS9OnUh3v8mxQP
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
01:21:54
CDFA| Farm to School Network Conference https://www.cdfa.ca.gov/cafarmtoschoolconference/
Jen McNeil I LunchAssist
01:22:00
Hi Carrie - yes it is actually nearly the same as the CDE form just slightly modified. You can use this or any other meal count form that helps you take meal counts in a way that makes sense for your program.
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
01:22:08
Culinary Institute of America | Global Plant Forward Culinary Summit: https://t.e2ma.net/message/09kpke/cvhqzt9
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
01:22:31
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: https://www.eatright.org/food/resources/national-nutrition-month
Jen McNeil I LunchAssist
01:23:32
What is something you do on a daily basis, out of habit?
Suzanne King
01:23:55
Making my morning coffee
Maddy Moritsch
01:24:28
Unfortunately, checking my phone right when I wake up is a habit I formed during pandemic. Definitely looking forward to changing this!
Paloma Perez Bertrand I LunchAssist
01:25:27
Maddy, agree! scrolling through news and social media half asleep, anyone?
Mickinzie Lopez | LunchAssist
01:25:42
I have started keeping a tally sheet on my desk to mark off how many bottles of water I’ve had each day. I try and check off all my tallies every day, and even if I don’t succeed, I make sure to make it a priority the next day!!
Susan Dalandan
01:25:59
Stretching and walking workout - I have been emulating my cat for years now! lol
Susan Dalandan
01:26:16
Oh, I like the water one!
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
01:26:49
SY 20-21 Cafeteria Team Checklist: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kgltIW1lu1KFzmxxlLjVhZIDDJ84s8zD/view?usp=sharing
Sally Spero
01:26:50
Clean the top of my desk at the end of the day
Mickinzie Lopez | LunchAssist
01:27:02
Ooo, good one, Sally!
Jen McNeil I LunchAssist
01:27:39
Recommended Reading: “The Power of Habit” by Charles Duhigg and “Atomic Habits” by James Clear
Abby Halperin | Center for Ecoliteracy
01:27:46
Please feel free to put questions for discussion in the chat, or come off of mute to ask them.
Jamie Anderson
01:27:56
What was Maureen email?
Abby Halperin | Center for Ecoliteracy
01:28:18
@Jamie: maureen@pisanickpartners.com
Maureen Pisanick
01:28:27
Maureen@pisanickpartners.com
Maureen Pisanick
01:28:31
https://www.nutrismartnetwork.com/
Ricardo Espinosa
01:28:35
what are you all doing for home delivery
Ricardo Espinosa
01:28:38
?
Mickinzie Lopez | LunchAssist
01:28:45
Oh my gosh, LOVE the Wellbeing Calendar Laura just shared!
Mickinzie Lopez | LunchAssist
01:28:52
Printing it out now :)
Jamie Anderson
01:29:08
Frozen meals
Kristie Summers
01:29:09
We are bussing meals to drop off sites in neighborhoods.
Susan Dalandan
01:29:10
Thank you and have a great day. This is a very busy conference week, but I can
Frances Gonzalez
01:29:11
Our bus drivers deliver meals
Susan Dalandan
01:29:18
but I can
Leslie Pring
01:29:18
School nurse refers students for home delivery and verifies information..
Susan Dalandan
01:29:29
but I can't miss these calls!
Jen McNeil I LunchAssist
01:29:58
Aw thank you Susan. We appreciate you being here! <3
Ricardo Espinosa
01:30:01
thanks ! :)
Michael Jochner | Director@MHUSD
01:30:26
We deliver once a week. Targeted low income, large apartment complexes, and mobile home areas within our community.
Jen McNeil I LunchAssist
01:30:43
Thank you for sharing about home delivery, Kristen!
Lisa Buskirk
01:30:49
Busing meals daily. K-1 returns Monday
Michael Jochner | Director@MHUSD
01:30:58
Staff cars, pay mileage.
Suzanne King
01:31:45
CA has to have permission from the family in writing
Sarah Prince
01:31:57
TN must have a signed consent from the family for SSO or CACFP
Jennifer Herrold
01:32:13
Indiana has to have consent
Leslie Pring
01:32:20
We have a written consent and is only available while in distance learning.....
Jamie Anderson
01:33:01
I didn't know that about SSO, guess I missed it!
Leslie Montano
01:34:26
We deliver once a week. We have a google form where students & families sign up for home deliveries (on our website and sent as a reminder for anyone who still wants to join in receiving meals). They get meals for a week and shelf stable bags from the Alameda county food bank :)
Paloma Perez Bertrand I LunchAssist
01:34:59
Thank you everyone for sharing how you are doing and keeping track of home delivered meals!
Mickinzie Lopez | LunchAssist
01:36:21
Thanks for sharing, Brenda!
Patricia Lopez
01:36:23
How do we register for that webinar?
Suzanne King
01:36:57
Thank you, Brenda!
Cathy Moen
01:37:25
thanks Brenda, I have parents calling and asking how to sign up.
Mickinzie Lopez | LunchAssist
01:38:29
Here’s the link to download the insert: https://www.lunchassist.org/resource_redirect/downloads/sites/91734/themes/2204453/downloads/VBwK4GSoSoy6KAp4vGls_HACCP_Plan_Supplement_for_COVID_19_1_.docx
Maureen Pisanick
01:38:44
We are super excited to still offer "Try-days" and "Local Meal Takeovers" - I'd be happy to assist in anyway I can
Brenda Ruiz
01:38:45
P EBT is not open yet for 'sign up'. we'll know a lot more on Feb 28 what the roll out is going to look like in California
Brenda Ruiz
01:38:51
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2702225060335878668
Brenda Ruiz
01:38:58
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2702225060335878668
Mari Fujikawa
01:39:12
Since CDE will pull the Free/Reduced students from CALPADS by the end of February, we would appreciate being able to send out P-EBT communication soon. I thought I read there won’t be an application for P-EBT this round.
Emma Finn
01:39:20
Thank you LunchAssist x CEL for another great community call! We so appreciate the sharing of resources and partnership <3
Brenda Ruiz
01:39:30
*feb 18 for PEBT webinar
Paloma Perez Bertrand I LunchAssist
01:39:54
Thank you, Emma! we appreciate everyone joining today :)
Lorene Randazzo
01:40:46
great presentation !!
Brenda Ruiz
01:40:49
for p EBT it's not really an application, more of a sign up or registration
Alexa Norstad | Center for Ecoliteracy
01:41:08
Register here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/upYtde-uqTIp5W3YWMxHDzNjEWcAj6n7Fg
Mickinzie Lopez | LunchAssist
01:41:22
Thanks, Lorene!
Suzanne King
01:42:05
Always excited to see Michael's background
Michelle Hernandez
01:42:16
Thank you!! These meetings are great!
Valerie Weivoda
01:42:22
Thank you!
Brenda Ruiz
01:42:28
thank you!
Polly Houston
01:42:28
Thank you everyone. Very informative.