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Getting Started with Afterschool Meals

Do you work for an afterschool program and want to know how you can offer meals to the kids you serve? Do you want to help bring afterschool meals to your school or community but don't know where to start? This short webinar will help point you in the right direction! It will cover some basic information about the Afterschool Meals Program to help you understand if your afterschool programs or programs in your area might be eligible, and it will give you some concrete next steps to bring you closer to serving afterschool meals.


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Menu Ideas to Boost Afterschool Meals Participation

Afterschool meals provide needed nutrition, but it can be difficult to put together menus that meet meal pattern requirements, align with sites' preparation and storage capacity, and appeal to kids and teens. This webinar talks through challenges as well as strategies and ideas, from snacks and shelf-stable suppers to hot meals. This webinar draws on the experience of a school district that sponsors both school and community sites as well as a non-profit sponsor that works with multiple vendors.



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Keeping Classrooms Clean: Breakfast After the Bell Logistics

If your school is planning to implement Breakfast After the Bell (BAB), you may be wondering how that will affect classrooms. This webinar highlights strategies for set up and clean up; the supplies that make clean up quick and easy; tips for developing a plan, establishing routine and maintaining communication; and the roles that school nutrition staff, teachers, custodians and students can play in keeping classrooms clean.

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