Stream, Share, Succeed 

Six districts reveal how going all in on social video have boosted connections with their communities. 

Video recordings can help you show school community stakeholders “the big picture” of your school nutrition operation through small, everyday activities, such as chopping pounds (and pounds) of fresh local produce or celebrating a half-million school meals served curbside during the pandemic. Video technologies can also facilitate professional exchanges across a school district or across the country. They can be used to bring allies together to discuss tough topics—and to raise exhausted, frustrated spirits. 

Many school nutrition operations are also turning to video as an effective educational tool. Video is an excellent medium to convey a range of school nutrition staff training topics, from demonstrations of culinary skills to reviews of proper food safety protocols. Since the start of the pandemic, more school nutrition teams began using video to engage with parents and students at home, demonstrating recipe instructions for meal kits sent home, conducting nutrition education lessons and more. Are you ready to use this popular medium to elevate your school meal operation and put it in the spotlight? Glean inspiration from six school districts that are currently using video in a wide variety of ways that are sure to motivate you to pick up a camera (or your smartphone or tablet) and start shooting...

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