November 15th at 5:00pm ET– “Family Meals Made Easy: Implementing Freezer and Monthly Take-Home Meal Programs” Presented by Janet Holden, CFCS, Family & Consumer Sciences Teacher & FCCLA Adviser, Southeast High School (Kansas)
The presenter will share tips for success in implementing classroom and community service programs to promote easy family meals. Since beginning her teaching career, Janet has implemented a community program to provide affordable homemade meals to families. This webinar will focus on two methods of “Freezer Meal Classes” and “Take Home Meals” – both programs are easily implemented in a classroom or community/extension setting!
Registration is limited and closes on November 14th – click here to reserve your seat today! November 29th at 4:00pm ET– “The Family Dinner Project: Overcoming Barriers to Improve Family Meals” Presented by Cindil Redick-Ponte, MSSW,Program Manager, The Family Dinner Project
The presenter will provide an overview of the positive benefits of family dinner and will discuss their evidence-based model for helping families have more –and better quality – dinners. Materials and strategies will be provided to help FCS educators and community leaders incorporate elements of this model into their classrooms and communities to help families improve the quantity and quality of their meals.
Planning FCS Day celebrations in your classroom or in your community?? Be sure to record your commitment and encourage your students to participate! Check out the great resources online at www.aafcs.org/fcsday.