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Online Materials Available for National School Lunch Week

" September 10, 2021 - Promotional materials for National School Lunch Week were a big hit again this year! If you were unable to order the materials available for delivery, other no cost materials are available in the online toolkit.
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September 10, 2021 - Promotional materials for National School Lunch Week were a big hit again this year!

The order form is now closed. These materials were available at no cost on a first come first serve basis, so later orders may not be filled in full. Thank you to all the child nutrition directors who ordered materials to encourage student and parent involvement as they Feed Your Creativity with a Healthy School Lunch!

If you were unable to order the materials available for delivery, other no cost materials are available in the online toolkit. Online materials include: 
    • Themed Menu Ideas
    • Take your Parent to Lunch Invitation
    • Parent involvement Flyers
    • Morning Announcements
    • Activity Sheets
    • Zoom Backgrounds
    • Social Media Images

In addition, you can also access the materials made available for delivery here, where you can download versions to print on your own.

During the NSLW celebration, remember to post your images on social media and #TXNSLW.

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