Pear-fection Award

Pear-fection Award Criteria


2021 Pear-fection Award Winners
Contracting Entity (CE) NameSorted By Contracting Entity (CE) Name In Ascending OrderESC RegionSchool
Galveston ISD4Rosenberg Elementary
Houston ISD4Codwell Elementary
Houston ISD4Ethel Young Elementary
Houston ISD4McGowan Elementary
Laredo ISD1MacDonell Elementary
Vidor ISD5Oak Forest Elementary
Vidor ISD5Pine Forest Elementary
Vidor ISD5Vidor Elementary
Wharton ISD3Sivells Elementary


Resources
Pear-fection Award Digital Certificate Digital Certificate - Print and display your Pear-fection Award certificate around your cafeteria and school to show your commitment to the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program.
Pear-fection Award Web Badge Web Badge - Download this web badge to promote your Pear-fection achievement on your website, social media, or other materials.
Pear-fection Award Web Banner Web Banner - Customize your website or connect visitors to another site specific to your participation in the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program.
Pear-fection Award Bookmark Bookmark - Print and pass out these bookmarks to students as an easy reminder to keep eating their healthy fruits and vegetables.
Print Specs:
Paper: 100# Gloss Cover
Final size 2"x7"
4/4 full color/bleed with Gloss Aqueous Coating
Trim and Shrink Wrap in 100s

Assistance available in English and Spanish. Please call 877-TEX-MEAL (877-839-6325) for help.

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