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Spotlight School recognition

In Year 2 of the HEROES Initiative, Rockport Elementary has made great strides in providing more physical activity opportunities at their school.  Minds in Motion has been revamped this year with updated stations and implementation training for all teachers.  In the fall semester, the cafeteria engaged the 4th graders with SuperFood HEROES taste-testing – and now students are requesting sweet potatoes whereas most used to go into the trash can!  The cafeteria has begun offering either a salad bar or fruit/veggie bar every Thursday too.  Rockport is also getting a

Healthy Cafeteria Club recognition

In Year 2 of the HEROES Initiative, North Posey Junior High School's cafeteria has played a vital role in the food availability changes that have been happening at the school.  At the beginning of this school year, the cafeteria began offering a self-serve fruit and vegetable bar every day at lunch.  Not only do the colors and presentation entice students and teachers, but the new incorporation of locally purchased cucumbers, peppers and tomatoes makes for an even fresher addition to the serving line.  The cafeteria has also been instrumental in supporting the transition to