Dear Sonoma Valley families,
We are happy to announce that all meals, both lunch and breakfast will be completely free for the 2022/23 school year!
Speaking of breakfast, follow this link to see the importance of having your student receive a healthy breakfast every morning. Breakfast and lunch will be served at the school cafeteria every school day.
SVUSD community members, are you passionate about our students' wellness and health?
If the answer is yes, come join the SNAC team. The SNAC( Sonoma Nutrition and Physical Activity Advisory Council) is looking for a diverse group of people who have a commitment to the wellbeing of our student body, and are willing to help continue and expand upon our local school wellness program. We are looking for students, food service workers, teachers, administrators, nutritionists, healthcare professionals, physical education teachers, parents, and anyone in the community who are able to commit some time to this important program.
Our primary mission goals are,
Encouraging nutrition and healthy lifestyle education
Hands on garden experiences
Education about and encouragement of physical activities
Constantly improving the nutritional quality of food served on district property
Encouraging students to make consciously healthful choices about the food they eat.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the SNAC committee, please take a moment to fill out this form.
We really appreciate your involvement in such an important program and look forward to meeting you.
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