Students Making A Difference
Liana Keesing - Student Council President at Kent Gardens Elementary, Fairfax County, VA - on students view of school lunches - Click Here
Informal Survey by Eugene Coleman, III - Student Representative to FCPS School Board 2011-2012 - Gives Glimpse of Students’ Opinions of FCPS Lunches - Click Here
An article on school lunches by 10th Grade FCPS Student - Borna Khoshand - Click Here
Minneapolis 6th graders make the case against packing school lunch into 11 minutes - Click Here
12 year old Churchill Elementary School student provides ideas on how to improve school lunches - Click Here
Marshall High School student, Maggie Schumann, reports on opportunities for improving food at her school - Click Here
There are many exciting initiatives happening across Fairfax County and the schools are promoting some excellent programs! As a student, you know firsthand how important it is to take care of yourself in order to keep up with your school work, sports and many other activities. You have MANY demands on your time and a lot of pressure to achieve, so what you put in your mouth really matters.
Real Food For Kids mission is committed to working in collaborative ways with the schools to ensure that you are being offered the very best in fresh, whole foods. There is a lot of highly processed food in our national food supply. So getting rid of the excess sugars, the preservatives and chemicals that simply don’t belong in a healthy diet is not an easy task but it's worth the effort. We encourage our kids to help by getting involved in their own schools and finding ways to make positive contributions to health and happiness of our community.
To the right and below, you'll find examples of other students that have made a difference.
I have made a positive contribution to improving school lunches.
Los Angeles Unified School District culinary teams vie to see their dishes served in cafeterias - Click Here
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