Join the CPS Office of Student Health and Wellness for the next Eat What You Grow Training on March 26, 2019 from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m at Lindblom Math and Science Academy. This is a workshop for CPS teachers and staff who would like their school to be certified to serve students produce that is grown in their school garden. The Eat What You Grow program covers key aspects of food safety so schools can take students on the full journey from seed to salad!
Once a CPS employed representative from your school has attended the training, you will complete a Personalized Food Safety Plan and one additional form to be submitted to Harold Chapman, the School Garden Specialist for the CPS Office of Student Health and Wellness. The whole process will be outlined in this workshop and participants will leave with the resources and knowledge to eat what you grow this spring.
All garden leads are encouraged to attend, even if you have previously received training. This is a great opportunity to ask questions, share stories and get a refresher on the EWYG framework. If you are not able to attend this training, additional opportunities will be offered later in the spring.
There is no cost for attending and registration is limited to 40 participants (first come, first serve). CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!
We hope to see you there!