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Farm to School Toolkit

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The Farm to School Toolkit Brochure displays a collection of resources created by the Farm 2 School Collective to support school districts and Farm to School activities both during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.  

The Farm to School Toolkit includes:

  • Farm to School @ Home

  • Social Media Assets

  • The Benefits of Farm to School: A Parent Resource Guide

  • COVID-19 Support Resources

Benefits of Farm to School For Parents

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The Benefits of Farm to School: A Parent Resource Guide was created to help spread the word about Farm to School and its many benefits to parents.

This resource is available in both Spanish and English, and be disseminated to educate students, teachers, principals, administrators, and parents on the components of Farm to School and benefits for students and families.​

By communicating the important role Farm to School plays in a student's growth, you can encourage community members to become advocates and even participate in your program.

Available in English and Spanish!

Farm to School @ Home Activities

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Farm to School @ Home is a series of free activities available for families and teachers to teach lessons to students while at home. These activities include the following topics:

Social Media Assets

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Social media assets help your district join the social media conversation to promote school meals and Farm to School activities. Use these assets to spark the conversation in your community! 

While there are many uncertainties with the COVID-19 pandemic, The Farm 2 School Collective has answers to some of the most common questions families are asking related to COVID-19 school meals. 

Download COVID-19 Q&A

Available in English and Spanish!

COVID-19 Support Resources

Lunch Assist has compiled a collection of free COVID-19 Back to School Meal Service resources. Resources include tools, checklists, guides, and templates to support COVID-19 meal service. 

To learn more, please visit lunchassist.org/covid-19

Live Well San Diego created the free Live Well @ Home resource to help community residents find tips and strategies to stay healthy in both mind and body while staying at home.

To learn more, please click here.

The San Diego County Childhood Obesity Initiative's  5210 Campaign includes simple tips for parents, kids, and teachers on eating healthy and staying active every day.

 

To learn more, please visit sdcoi.org/resources/5210-everyday/
 

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