CASPER, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) – One of the periods on the thirtieth annual Wyoming School Nutrition Association convention was in regards to the significance of breakfast. This was an area for district workers state-wide to proceed studying.
Natalee Gaylord, the SNA president, stated it was thrilling to assemble as a bunch and be taught extra.
“The USDA is consistently altering and creating new memos and typically they’re not clear,” Gaylord stated. This area is for studying from friends and being collectively after a 12 months of not having the ability to.
“Down right here we get to work together and get new concepts and see what different’s experiences have been by means of COVID,” stated David Hanway, the Food Services Director in Freemont County.
Some challenges have been bringing meals to school rooms, increasing lunchtime and having to navigate college students by means of the hallways so that they didn’t cross paths. Hanway stated it was well worth the exhausting work and no summer time off final 12 months to feed the youngsters.
“We know all the child’s conditions on the reservation. Some of them don’t have entry to contemporary meals and for some, ours was the one meal they have been going to get,” Hanway stated.
All agree that attending to see smiles and have extra interplay is what they’re wanting ahead to within the fall.
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