Schools Meals Monthly Update – August

Geary County Schools USD 475 follows the guidelines from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and provides healthy options for students. Some items that students see in addition to the larger serving sizes of fruits and vegetables, are beans and legumes along with whole grain rich items, including breads, cookies and chips. At breakfast, all grain items are whole grain including pancakes and French toast.

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District Dish: Teen Friendly Meals

If you live with a teenager, you have inevitably heard, ” There’s nothing to eat in this house!” You may do the grocery shopping and most of the cooking, but allowing teenagers to help prepare foods too actually decreases the likelihood that they will eat unhealthy fast food or unbalanced meals when they become responsible for their own food choices (Sonya Angelone, MS, RDN, CLT). To help your teen prepare and cook foods, you can stock your kitchen with these staples.

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Wellness Fair

Fort Riley Middle School kick-started National Physical Education and Sport week by hosting their annual Wellness Fair on Friday, April 28. Bethany College’s Track and Field/Cross Country Coach Aaron Yoder welcomed the students and spoke to them about the importance of Positivity, Responsibility, Integrity, Determination, and Excellence (FRMS Trooper Traditions P.R.I.D.E.) He focused primarily on determination and how it helped him to become the World Record Holder in the Backwards Mile.

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