Even before entering Year 1 of HEROES, Heritage Hills Middle School offered a beautiful salad bar every day. As a part of HEROES, they focused on improving their breakfast offerings at the mobile breakfast cart. Since the implementation of the mobile breakfast cart, more students have had access to breakfast each day. This school year, kitchen manager Jodie Zorn implemented new recipes to offer scratch-cooked options – parfaits and overnight oats! These options replaced Pop Tarts so students now have an additional protein-packed food to begin their day. Great job to Jo
3-year funded school initiative integrating health and wellness into whole child development.
Congratulations to this year's awardees!
Year 1 Schools
Holy Trinity Catholic
St. Joseph Catholic- Princeton
Pine Ridge Elementary
Year 2 Schools
Heritage Hills Middle
Year 3 Schools
Nancy Hanks Elementary
North Posey Jr High
Year 4 and More Schools - sustaining the HEROES Initiative beyond funding
Perry Central Elementary, William Tell Elementary, Wood Memorial Jr High, Cedar Crest Intermediate, Corpus Christi Catholic, Luce Elementary, Norris City-Omaha Elementary, Fifth Street Elementary, David Turnham Educational Center, Chrisney Elementary, St. John the Baptist Catholic, St. Benedict Cathedral Catholic