Wellness Policy

  •   School Nutrition Association

    SNA empowers and supports school nutrition professionals in advancing the accessibility, quality and integrity of school meal programs.

    Click here to view the School Nutrition Website

    Feed Your Potential 365 is an easy and totally free way to get the healthy living insights, ideas and information you need:

    • POWER YOUR PERFORMANCE – with nutrition tips from our dietitians
    • GET INSPIRED – with healthy recipe ideas, tips and tricks from our chefs
    • FEED YOUR POTENTIAL – with health and wellbeing news you can use from experts at the American Heart Association

    Click here to view Aramark's Feed Your Potential 365

    MyPlate | U.S. Department of Agriculture

    The benefits of healthy eating add up over time, bite by bite. Small changes matter. Start Simple with MyPlate.

    • Make half your plate fruits and vegetables: focus on whole fruits.
    • Make half your plate fruits and vegetables: vary your veggies.
    • Make half your grains whole grains.
    • Vary your protein routine.
    • Move to low-fat or fat-free dairy milk or yogurt (or lactose-free dairy or fortified soy versions).

    Click here to view the MyPlate Website

    USDA School Snack Guide – Smart Snack List for Parents, Teachers and School Foodservice Directors

    The face of school snacks is changing. With the new USDA regulations, healthful foods are replacing cookies and candy as the snacks available to kids. But how will this impact your school event?

    Click here to view the USDA School Snack Guide PDF

    Physical Activity Guidelines for Children and Adolescents

    The 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines provides evidence-based guidance to help Americans ages 6 and older maintain or improve their health through regular physical activity.

    Click here to view the Physical Activity Guidelines for Children and Adolescents Website

    Recommended Nutrition Standards for Foods served outside the School Meal Program:

    Information for Parents, Guardians, Teachers and School Staff
    CDC recommends that schools implement policies and practices to create a nutrition environment that supports students in making healthy choices.

    Click here to view the Recommended Nutrition Standards Website