Our lovely winter season has graced us this week with everything from sunny skies to another 4 inches of snow, a thunder snowstorm, freezing rain, high winds, and sheets of ice covering pretty much everything.  As a result, our schools had two snow days this week, and each of those caused our Farm Fresh Food Day tastings to be cancelled.  We’ve rescheduled those days that were missed and shifted the DHS tasting to the following week to accommodate requests from the kitchen staff.

The new schedule for the remaining Farm Fresh Food Days is as follows:

Monday, Feb. 24th – Mill Creek
Tuesday, Feb. 25th – Wylie
Wednesday, Feb. 26th – Cornerstone
Tuesday, March 4th – DHS

Please see the new Volunteer Sign Up for updated dates and roles and sign up if you can!

The students have so far really enjoyed this month’s featured food and we’ve been getting requests for the recipe so here it is:

Whole Grain Blueberry Bars


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