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Wellness Staff

District Wellness Coordinator

Jean Srodes


  • Abram Rittenhouse-Pocahontas High
  • Katherine LaFleur-Green Bank Elementary/Middle
  • Jessica Hays-Marlinton Middle
  • Diane Delfino-Marlinton Elementary
  • Gina Hardesty-Hillsboro Elementary


  • Jenny Friel-District School Nurse
  • Lisa Dennison-District Child Nutrition Director






Lunch Week

  1. All teachers agreed to teach a nutrition lesson to the students throughout the week had to be documented in their lesson plans. 
  2. All students ended the week with a fitness walk on Friday (each walked at least one mile).
  3. Student art work encouraging healthy eating was displayed in the cafeteria (napkin holders and on the walls).
  4. All students evaluated the school menus and indicated their likes and dislikes.
  5. Students painted a mural in the cafeteria to encourage eating healthy.
  6. Cafeteria staff painted aprons and made hats to celebrate the week.  
  7. 2nd grade completed bar graphs to indicate their likes and dislikes (posted in the cafeteria).
  8. Parents were encouraged to visit the school and have lunch with their student.  Had at least 100 parents visit the school throughout the week.
  9. The after school program completed an anti-bully chain to display in the cafeteria.
  10. Dr. Rachel Taylor was on site on Tuesday and offered an interactive presentation to all of the students regrading sugar content in popular foods.  
  11. Cooks created the menu for the week.  Contained at least one homemade item per day.
  12. All of the students signed a heart, that was later arranged into a Love Lunch banner that was displayed in the cafeteria.  
  13. A banner was displayed in the kitchen to celebrate the week.

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