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Community of Practice: Emergency Food Service - Shared screen with speaker view
Jennifer L. McNeil
10:50
Welcome! Please introduce yourself by sharing your name, position and where you work. Also share your favorite summer fruit or veggie with the group!
Cristina Obregon
11:10
Cristina Obregon
Beth Haas
11:25
Beth Haas Nebraska Department of Education
Chela Cooper
11:26
Good morning! Chela Cooper, Maryland State Dept. of Ed., CNP Operations and Training Specialist. I love broccoli!
Maria Luisa HUERTA
11:26
Maria Luisa Huerta Dietitian Mission CISD
Micha James
11:30
Hi everyone! Micha James with MPUSD. Cherries & Watermelon!
Emily Cena
11:33
Emily Cena, Director of Food & Nutrition, Ramona Unified School District -- cherries :)
Stephanie Bruce
11:33
Stephanie Bruce, Director Nutrition Service Palm Springs, CA. Favorite Summer Fruit - APRICOTS!!!
Rachel Waugh
11:34
Rachel Waugh, Online Programs Coordinator, Chef Ann Foundation. I love peaches!
Dr. Robert Lewis
11:35
Robert Lewis, CEO, Santa Clarita
jacqueline ibarra
11:39
Amanda Mascia / Hunger Free Kids Manager / San Diego Hunger Coalition = Whatever is ripe and ready to eat! :)
Jennifer Marrone
11:41
Jennifer Marrone - Business Manager, Food & Nutrition services - San Diego Unified, White Nectarine
Laura L Jacobo
11:43
Laura Bullene Jacobo - Woodlake USD - melon!
Christina Hecht
11:43
Good morning! Christina Hecht, UC Nutrition Policy Institute. Apricots!
Barbara Hughes
11:43
Barbara Hughes, CalFresh Healthy Living Nutrition Policy Advisor with the County of SD HHSA. Artichokes!
Colleen Robinson
11:44
Colleen Robinson-SDUSD Food Services and nectarines and watermelon.
Joe Shumate | San Diego Hunger Coalition
11:46
Hi everyone! I’m Joe Shumate, Communications Director with San Diego Hunger Coalition. Can’t get enough of cherries!
Meghan Maroney
11:46
Hi everyone! Meghan Maroney, Center For Science in the Public Interest in Washington, DC. Peaches!!
Abby Halperin
11:48
Hello! I’m Abby Halperin from the Center for Ecoliteracy. It’s so hard to pick! Raspberries and Tomatoes.
Dr. Robert Lewis
11:49
Apricots
Maddy Moritsch
11:49
Maddy Moritsch, Alliance for a Healthier Generation based out of San Diego; nectarines and peaches!
Melinda Nguyen
11:49
Melinda Nguyen, Texas Dept of Agriculture, grilled peaches
Raynika Trent
11:50
Raynika Trent, Laurie M. Tisch Center for Food, Education & Policy, Teachers College
Laura Hambrecht
11:50
Laura Hambrecht, No Kid Hungry Missouri
Anna Severns
11:50
Anna Severns, Nutrition and Compliance Manager at Revolution Foods. Watermelon and Tomatoes from the garden!!
Shaun Rodriguez
11:52
Cristal Cardenas, Nutritionist, Kings Canyon Unified, favorite fruit is PIneapple!!
Naomi Stern
11:52
Naomi Stern - San Mateo County Office of Education - Green Facilities and Operations Analyst - Plums!!
Mickinzie Lopez
11:52
Mickinzie Lopez, LunchAssist. Huckleberries! <3
Anya Perron-Burdick
11:54
Anya Perron-Burdick, Executive Director, Yolo Farm to Fork - plums!
Rosa Rubio
11:54
Rosa Rubio from Calistoga USD and WATERMELON with tajin!!! :-D
Jennifer Reno
11:56
Jennifer Reno, Preferred Meals
Cristina Obregon
11:57
Cristina Obregon. Food Service Director Whittier City School District. Watermelon
Scout Leonard
11:57
My name is Scout Leonard. Breakfast After the Bell Contractor for No Kid Hungry in Oakland USD. Nectarines!
Hollie Hillard
12:02
Hollie Hillard, Kitchen Manager of Sand Creek Elementary in Michigan
Jannette Garcia
12:03
Jannette Garcia, Sanger Unified School District. I love peaches!
Donna Handley
12:04
Donna Handley, Nebraska Dept. of Ed, Kale
krysta williams
12:04
Krysta Williams from Center for Ecoliteracy. I’m so excited about all stone fruit!!
Bridgett Hankerson
12:09
Bridgett, SOR, Peaches and apricots
Melissa Summarsell
12:10
Melissa Summarsell, Director of Child Nutrition, ResponsiveEd, Strawberries
Ashley Jowell
12:13
Ashley Jowell, Stanford Medical Student Research, love apples!
Duong Thai
12:16
Duong Thai from SFUSD
Geri Lorenzana
12:18
Geri Lorenzana, Nutrition Specialist, Mountain View SD. Persimmons :-)
Sarah Phelps
12:18
Sarah Phelps, PSUSD, Manager. Love the summer seedless watermelon
Katherine Jacobs
12:19
Hi All, I'm Katherine Jacobs, Dietetic Intern at the Food Research and Action Center (FRAC)
Dawn Ahlers
12:23
Good morning. Dawn Ahlers, San Diego Unified School District, Food Services Business Operations Supervisor. Strawberries
Bree Bode
12:27
HI all - My name is Bree Bode! I am a Graduate Research Assistant and PhD (c) student at Wayne State University, Detroit, MI! Avocado!
Brook Stephenson
12:28
Brook Stephenson, FSD Santa Maria Joint Union High School District- watermelon
Sara Booker
12:29
Sara Booker, MPH RD, Nutrition Education and Training Coordinator with the Maryland State Department of Education. Favorite Summer Veg: chard!
Holly Hungerford Cocking
12:37
Holly Hungerford Cocking, Director of Nutrition Services, Springs Charter Schools - - - purslane!
Christina Arizmendi
12:38
Christina Arizmendi Admin Assistant Child Nutrition Bear Valley Unified School district
Debbi Dodson
12:41
Debbi Dodson from the Carton Council. It isn’t summer without fabulous peaches!
Emma Finn
12:41
Emma Finn, Friends of the Earth's Climate-Friendly School Food Program Associate, Summer Squash!!!
Lauren Blacker
12:42
Lauren Blacker, Stanford School of Medicine Pediatrics, berries!
Kristin Zellhart
12:47
Good morning everyone! Kristin Zellhart from Eat REAL and I love summer 🍅!
Debbie Friedman
12:58
Hi Everyone, Debbie Friedman, Food Climate Strategies. Strawberries.
Alek Ostrander
13:01
Alek Ostrander, University of Michigan Student, Intern, Cantaloupe.
Amanda Bast
13:07
Hi! Amanda Bast, Nutrition Coordinator with SFE in partnership with Ferguson Florissant School District. Watermelon :)
Kari Johnson-Lunch at the Library
13:11
Hi - Kari Johnson with Lunch at the Library Program. Currently we have a ton of apricots at our house, so that's what we have been eating. :)
Jennifer L. McNeil
13:18
Good morning! Jen from LunchAssist. I love all the summer stone fruits!! So yum!
Miguel Villarreal
13:32
Good morning Everyone! Miguel Villarreal, FSD, San Ramon Valley USD
Patricia Barber
13:37
Hello. Patty Barber, FS Director in Phoenix, NY (north of Syracuse)
Brianna McClain
13:42
Brianna McClain, Kitchen Lead Trainer, Prescott Unified School District - SFE. Avocado and hello from Arizona!
Jessica Soldavini
14:00
Jessica Soldavini, Graduate Research Assistant, Carolina Hunger Initiative and No Kid Hungry NC at UNC Chapel Hill, Favorite summer fruit - watermelon
Leyla Marandi
14:36
Leyla Marandi from Center for Ecoliteracy. My favorite summer fruit are pluots — specifically the flavor king variety which could be coming out in a few weeks :D
Nora Stewart
14:54
Hello everyone! Nora Stewart from Farm to Institution Center at Community Health Improvement Partners at San Diego CA I love watermelon in the summertime!
Nicole Augustine
14:55
Nikki Augustine, Dietitian, Washington Elementary School District, Phoenix, AZ I love all berries!!!
leslie pring
15:31
Leslie Pring, Director, Nutrition Services with Twin Rivers USD ( Sacramento). Favorite summer fruit is watermelon.
marley nelms
16:15
Marley Nelms, Director of Nutrition Services, San Dieguito Union High School District
Leyla Marandi
16:32
please hold! (hold music….)
Linda Prescott
16:39
Linda Prescott with the Humboldt County Office of Education, favorite fruit...any kind of melon.
Breana Diaz
17:01
Breana Diaz, Nutrition Coordinator, Springs Charter Schools, watermelon :]
Leyla Marandi
18:32
AMAZING WORK.
Jennifer L. McNeil
18:47
Hunger Heroes are Awesome!! We love you guys!
Leyla Marandi
18:52
July calls are 7/9 and 7/23 — hope to see you there
Jennifer L. McNeil
19:38
Go RUSD!! Way to WOW them :)
Stephanie Bruce
20:47
Way to go Riverside!!!!!
Debbie Friedman
20:48
Congrats!!
Jennifer L. McNeil
21:19
For those who have just joined, feel free to please introduce yourself in the chat and also share your favorite summer fruit or veggie with the group!
Miguel Villarreal
21:24
Great job Stephanie!!
Stephanie Bruce
22:00
Thank you Miguel!!! Your inspiration was key!!
Christina Hecht
22:22
Amazing! Thanks for the great photos, too
Stephanie Bruce
22:25
Those apricots look delicious
Deirdre Kleske
23:02
Deirdre Kleske, County of San Diego HHSA. Love the photos and hearing about the exemplary programs!
Jennifer L. McNeil
25:23
You can help promote these efforts for CA funding by tweeting the following: “Schools have been providing free meals to kids since the beginning of the pandemic. School food needs more funding for emergency meal service during COVID. #CALeg, @SenToniAtkins, & @Rendon63rd get that food is essential. @CAGovernor please keep this funding in the final budget.”
Leyla Marandi
25:50
Recently attended a CDE Facebook Live with Tony Thurmond — at the end he recognized the awesome work of nutrition services during the pandemic, and the need for funding to ensure smooth continuation of services. Fingers crossed!
jacqueline ibarra
26:47
Where is Atkins on the budget?
Leyla Marandi
27:34
(Albertsons network may also include Safeway & other grocers — check for more specifics on the site when we send this out)
Abby Halperin
28:17
Sen Atkins has been supportive, really great to see the legislature take the lead on advocating for this funding.
jacqueline ibarra
29:19
Great. So it’s mainly Newsom?
Abby Halperin
30:08
Yes, the decision rests with him now. He’s hoping that the federal funding will come through for school meals, but given that the HEROS act seems stalled in congress, we think that the state funding is really critical.
Cristina Obregon
30:58
Whittier City has completed the claim for disaster funds. Keeping our fingers crossed. Let's see what happens.
jacqueline ibarra
32:44
Thank you, Abby. Agree.
Emily Cena
33:44
Question about non-congregate meals waiver: If our schools reopen before August 31, such that we switch back from Seamless Summer to NSLP/SBP, are non-congregate meals permitted? I was under the impression that that waiver was for SSFO.
leslie pring
34:19
So sad for our families that this the supper and snack waiver is ending.
Dr. Robert Lewis
34:54
Emily, CDE said No a couple days ago on their call.
Jennifer L. McNeil
36:07
what are the most important waivers that you would like to see extended or created for SY 20-21?
Emily Cena
36:18
Non-congregate meals for NSLP/SBP
Rachel Waugh
36:30
Universal feeding
Stephanie Bruce
36:32
Meals to GO!!!!!
Leyla Marandi
36:32
Hi Emily — I’ll let Jen chime in (or any NKH folks on the call) but we would need waivers for non congregate options with NSLP before being able to offer them. We are still waiting to hear about shift from SFSP/SSO to NSLP and if waivers will either be extended or issued respectively.
Dr. Robert Lewis
36:33
SFSPwaiver for the whole school year!
marley nelms
36:35
agree with emily
Emily Cena
36:36
Universal feeding
Jennifer Marrone
36:36
CACFP Activity/Enrichment, non congregate
Maddy Moritsch
36:38
universal feeding
Fran Debost
36:41
Universal feeding
Holly Hungerford Cocking
36:46
Universal feeding
Dr. Robert Lewis
36:46
Universal Feeding!
jacqueline ibarra
36:57
UNIVERSAL FEEDING!
Patricia Barber
37:00
universal feeding would be great!!
Dr. Robert Lewis
37:09
SFSP for the whole school year!
Leyla Marandi
37:13
^yes!
Jennifer Marrone
37:20
P2 Estimate from prior year instead of identifying who/what eligibility ate
Stephanie Bruce
37:47
Amen Dr. Robert
Miguel Villarreal
38:17
Complete Food Injustice to not provide Universal Meals
Jessica Simonson
39:05
I actually know a guy who is a field rep for Sen. McConnell! Will reach out!
Maddy Moritsch
39:10
^^ Yes Miguel!
Jennifer L. McNeil
39:27
^Yeah Jessica!!
Shannon Illingworth
39:57
Honestly, it would be nice to create a whole new meal pattern geared towards grab & go. If it could be modeled like SFSP, that would be awesome.
jacqueline ibarra
40:12
Additional advocacy opportunity: We are requesting extension of P-EBT deadline (CDSS has filed a request with FNS) we are sending a letter of support. You can sign on here: https://www.tfaforms.com/4832720
Meghan Maroney
40:32
I second Jen's comments re: contacting your Senator. CSPI is doing targeted outreach in key states right now - TN, ME, LA, AK, CO and KS. If you're in any of those states and are interested in joining a virtual Hill meeting with Senate staffers, please let me know! mmaroney@cspinet.org
Debbie Friedman
40:43
Awesome story in the Counter today. Congrats to Jennifer LeBarre who is featured. https://thecounter.org/covid-19-school-lunch-minneapolis-houston-kansas-city-san-francisco/
Jennifer L. McNeil
41:09
Great job Alek and thank you for all you are doing to help us!
Jennifer L. McNeil
45:37
What is your district is considering for the instructional schedule? We’re interested to learn more.
fred espinosa
46:23
San Diego Unified is putting out a survey to parents today to select among the 3 options.
fred espinosa
46:57
Sounds like each school will have a "custom plan"
fred espinosa
47:26
Decided by each principal???
fred espinosa
48:07
I know- Scary
Stephanie Bruce
49:32
Palm Springs decided all the hybrid models were too much to manage. We are back to school and distance learning. Parents can choose to send them to school or keep them at home. We are currently working out the logistics of that model. At least that is the decision as of this specific moment in time. LOL
Miguel Villarreal
49:35
WOW Fred!!
Stephanie Bruce
49:59
Yah Fred...that is insane.
Deirdre Kleske
50:26
I'll be sharing that story from The Counter, Debbie Friedman, thanks for sharing!
Leyla Marandi
51:23
For those of you who answered “yes” on meal models — do they fit into those different categories?
Emily Cena
51:43
Today, yes.
Jennifer L. McNeil
51:43
What are the most important considerations for reopening at your school? What’s on your reopening “packing list”? :)
Leyla Marandi
51:52
Stephanie — I understand your districts concerns with the different models. There are benefits and drawbacks to each, and it really depends on a districts instructional assets & what the community needs.
fred espinosa
51:57
This is great!!
Dr. Robert Lewis
53:03
Cashless is the only way
Jennifer L. McNeil
53:03
We will send this checklist out to your in the call notes!
Chela Cooper
53:21
This is a great tool to use when communicating with school administrators, elected leaders, and others about ALL many considerations for school food service, particularly in states with school meal mandates.
leslie pring
53:24
Is there a section about updating policy and procedures as it relates to safe operations, meals procedures?
leslie pring
53:54
thanks!!
Patricia Barber
53:57
Thank you. That doc sounds great.
Emily Cena
54:11
^Dr. Lewis -- could you elaborate on how to go cashless? Our community is very resistant to paying online
Dr. Robert Lewis
54:44
This will be my recommendation.
Abby Halperin
55:09
How do you think your summer participation will compare with last year? Do you expect participation to be more, less, or about the same?
Dr. Robert Lewis
55:18
I am asking that cash meals be prepaid. No cash for safety reasons.
Jennifer Marrone
55:27
I think there I a machine that can take cash on campus and load to a students account. So it wont be online but cashless for the lines and staff
leslie pring
55:45
We surpassed what we served all of last summer in our first 4 days of this summer
Leyla Marandi
55:52
^^ Amazing Leslie.
Abby Halperin
56:00
^ Wow Leslie! That’s amazing.
marley nelms
56:06
Jen Marrone- that's great, I'd like to hear more about that system...
Christina Hecht
56:09
Question on another matter before we close - what are folks doing to prevent food spoilage during outside grab-n-go on hot summer days? Thanks! Suggestions are needed by some schools ...
leslie pring
56:25
we served 58K meals last summer and last week we served 77,577
Christina Hecht
56:41
Wow, Leslie!
jacqueline ibarra
56:53
Thank you for mentioning the CEP Meals Count demo! :)
Chela Cooper
56:53
Is that California specific?
Jochner
58:17
MHUSD also going with a version of “cashless” - meaning a student/parent can drop off cash, but no change will be given. Encouraging putting money on accounts (Titan) Maybe call it “Changeless.”
Leyla Marandi
59:15
^^ that is an interesting concept — thank you for sharing
Jennifer L. McNeil
59:33
Check out Dalia’s YouTube live, recorded yesterday: https://youtu.be/dTlnnpykaY8
Jennifer L. McNeil
01:01:10
Link to CEP webinar today! https://strength.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_nULUdVu4TrCZdFlrbYoj_g
Jennifer L. McNeil
01:01:23
2 p.m. Pacific
jacqueline ibarra
01:01:25
Excellent message, Mickinzie!
Jennifer L. McNeil
01:02:18
How are you leading through anxiety or uncertainty? Have you learned any strategies that might be helpful to others?
Miguel Villarreal
01:02:32
Diversity training specific to Child Nutrition should be required by USDA.
leslie pring
01:02:52
^yes!
Dr. Robert Lewis
01:02:54
I take a 20 minute walk twice a day. We must to get away from our desks.
Chela Cooper
01:02:58
@Miguel V - agreed!
Jennifer L. McNeil
01:03:17
I agree Miguel! We are working to include this in our LunchAssist Professional Standards online training modules for SY 20-21! Open to ideas for making this a reality.
jacqueline ibarra
01:03:20
Less judgment of others leads to less anxiety (I don’t feel as if others judge me, when I don’t judge others). Give each other GRACE.
Stephanie Bruce
01:03:44
I have been walking too. Especially once I get home. I am up to 5 miles a day now. So nice, getting out and exploring my own nieghborhood
Leyla Marandi
01:03:50
^^ yup. it makes everything easier Jacqueline.
Jennifer L. McNeil
01:04:19
Vulnerability is powerful!
Jessica Simonson
01:04:25
I’m with you Jacqueline!
Leyla Marandi
01:04:32
Agree Stephanie :) I’ve enjoyed rediscovering my neighborhood too. Quieter with less car traffic & lots of new things flowering from spring.
jacqueline ibarra
01:04:50
Amen to shared humanity!
Jennifer L. McNeil
01:05:22
Please feel free to unmute yourself, or type into the chat.
Bridgett Hankerson
01:06:08
no no question
Christina Hecht
01:06:40
Question on another matter before we close - what are folks doing to prevent food spoilage during outside grab-n-go on hot summer days? Thanks! Suggestions are needed by some schools ...
jacqueline ibarra
01:07:17
Another great meeting, ladies! Thank you for your intelligent and compassionate leadership.
Naomi Stern
01:07:22
I am curious if anyone is thinking about waste reduction right now (packaging, food waste), or what kinds of support materials those who are interested in doing waste reduction initiatives would want right now.
Brenda Ruiz
01:08:47
maximize p-ebt webinar at 1:00 today https://packard.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vTdM3TTjS6-h0-K2LOTR7g?utm_source=Last+Call+P-EBT+Info+Session&utm_campaign=P-EBT+Info+Session&utm_medium=email
Abby Halperin
01:09:03
Amazing to hear about Leslie’s meal increase this week. How are summer meals going for others who have started serving recently?
Jennifer L. McNeil
01:09:14
From Meghan: “I second Jen's comments re: contacting your Senator. CSPI is doing targeted outreach in key states right now - TN, ME, LA, AK, CO and KS. If you're in any of those states and are interested in joining a virtual Hill meeting with Senate staffers, please let me know! mmaroney@cspinet.org”
Debbi Dodson
01:09:24
Jumping off to attend another zoom call. Thanks for doing such a great job during these meetings. The content and inspiration is fabulous.
Leyla Marandi
01:09:59
Thanks Debbi!
Dr. Robert Lewis
01:10:03
Yes, we will serve more summer meals in our first week than we did all summer last year.
Leyla Marandi
01:10:14
Wow ^
Stephanie Bruce
01:10:44
We served two times the summer meals in week one than we did all of last summer
Brook Stephenson
01:10:48
Our summer meals are half of what the school year grab and go meals were.
Stephanie Bruce
01:11:16
We will hit 2 Million meals sometime in July!!
Abby Halperin
01:11:17
^Brook, is that more or less than last year’s summer meals?
Brook Stephenson
01:11:32
this is the first time we have done summer meals
Emily Cena
01:11:34
Our summer meals are about half of the grab-and-go we were serving during the official school year
Jennifer L. McNeil
01:11:43
If you have ideas on sustainable or “lower waste” packaging feel free to send ideas to Leyla or I
Abby Halperin
01:11:45
@Brook, that’s amazing to hear! Congrats.
Jennifer L. McNeil
01:11:48
Or post in the chat
Patricia Barber
01:11:48
We've been using more paper than plastic. We are not sending utensils & pc cond home
Jochner
01:11:59
1/4 less than previous 3mo. 26,000 meals
Dr. Robert Lewis
01:12:41
Off to my next Zoom meeting. Thanks, LunchAssist! Best wishes to all.
Patricia Barber
01:12:51
The ecobaggies dissolved when got wet from frzn items
Jennifer L. McNeil
01:12:52
Thanks so much for your input!
Hollie Hillard
01:13:03
I'm from Michigan, and have really appreciated listening in on your zoom meeting. The anxiety and stress piece was really usefully for me this week. This have been a rough week. We are finishing up the Unexpected School Closure next week, getting a week off then changing over to the Meet Up & Eat Up program after July 4th. Thanks for letting us join!!
Jennifer L. McNeil
01:13:24
Any water solutions to share that are sustainable but meet the need of meals served outside of the cafeteria
Leyla Marandi
01:13:31
Hollie so glad you joined and thank you for sharing that. It’s such a crazy time for everyone — these reminders to breathe and points for connection are important :)
Miguel Villarreal
01:13:33
Thanks Everyone! Great information as always!
Jochner
01:13:35
I ask all vendors at various food shows why they’re not using more enviro-friendly compostable packaging.
Leyla Marandi
01:13:56
^ sigh
Naomi Stern
01:14:07
Thank you!
Emily Cena
01:14:18
How are districts planning to make free water available? Our district is turning off water fountains
Chela Cooper
01:14:24
Thanks to everyone! These calls are really helpful. Looking forward to looking at the checklist!
Jennifer L. McNeil
01:15:04
Zoom needs a thumbs down button
Christina Hecht
01:15:13
I’m interested in the water solutions, too - thanks. Yes, the water fountains are starting to sound like a concern but there is very little (or no) guidance on hygiene
Jochner
01:15:22
Pathwater. + Autofill water fountains.
Christina Hecht
01:15:56
Betti Wiggins was packaging water in 1/2 pint cardboard cartons when she was at Detroit USD
Amy Haessly
01:16:14
We're recommending posting signs on closed fountains indicating water stations which will be disposable paper cups at certain sinks that can be monitored and cleaned regularly.
leslie pring
01:16:21
Would it be allowed by to CDE if we have our water dispenser behind the counter/next to POS and having students ask for water? That way our NS staff can serve water using the proper PPE and give a cup with lid?
Jennifer Marrone
01:16:22
What about prefilled little cups
Emily Cena
01:16:44
Advocacy partners - any chance you could push for a waiver on the mandated free potable water?
Christina Hecht
01:16:54
Kids bring their own water bottle, pre-filled, from home.
Miguel Villarreal
01:17:08
Please add access to water to the check list
Miguel Villarreal
01:18:13
Christina that will be a recommendation.
Jennifer L. McNeil
01:18:24
Debbi Dodson from the carton council has to sign off but she is interested in support schools with carton recycling I will share her email in the chat in a moment.
Paloma Perez Bertrand
01:18:26
Placing hand-sanitizer dispensers next to water fountains and making it a process: sanitize hands-> drink water -> sanitize again??
Jochner
01:18:44
Pathwater will partner with districts to provide/install their dispensers. Power/Water hook-up required.
Naomi Stern
01:18:45
Love that idea Paloma
Christina Hecht
01:19:38
Thanks, all, for the water thoughts!
Jennifer L. McNeil
01:19:45
https://www.recyclecartons.com/about/ and feel free to contact Debbi from the Carton Council: ddodson@san.rr.com
Patricia Barber
01:20:01
thank you!!
Brenda Ruiz
01:20:08
thank you!