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Child Nutrition Summer Workshop
Multiple training opportunities for foodservice administrators and staff.

Conference Fee (Required)
(Tuesday, July 16, 2019 8:00 AM - 8:00 AM)
Session ID: 2623587
Fee for Workshop
Seats Filled: 291 / 800
Fee: $20.00
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:
Payment of $20.00 required.
Session I
Session ID: 2623613
Financial Management for Directors-LIMITED TO 2 PARTICIPANTS PER DISTRICT
Date/Time: Tuesday, July 16, 2019 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Seats Filled: 19 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

 

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED-LIMITED TO 2 PARTICIPANTS PER DISTRICT

8 hour training  

This session focuses on management of finances and other resources as the foundation for nutrition integrity and quality meals in school nutrition programs.  Lesson topics:  Importance of Financial Management, Communication and Ethical Behavior, Development of a Financial Management Information System, Reporting Revenue and Expenditures, Setting a Meal Standard for Financial Management and Analysis, Managing Revenue and Expenditures, Controlling Food and Labor Costs, Financial Planning and Budget Development, Analyzing a Budget and Tools to Analyze Financial Status.                                                                                                                                      

Target Audience:  School Nutrition Directors


Session ID: 2623591
Financial Management for Managers-LIMITED TO 2 PARTICIPANTS PER DISTRICT
Date/Time: Tuesday, July 16, 2019 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM
Seats Filled: 30 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED & LIMITED TO 2 PARTICIPANTS PER DISTRICT

(6-hour training) Designed for site-based school nutrition managers and supervisors. Discussion includes relationship between

program cost and revenue, standard security practices to protect financial integrity, budget management, methods for increasing

productivity and decreasing waste, and involving staff in the responsibility for sound financial management practices.

Target Audience: School Nutrition Managers, Supervisors

 


This session is full.
Session ID: 2624378
Basic Computer Skills
Date/Time: Tuesday, July 16, 2019 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM
Seats Filled: 26 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Basic Computer Skills

This course will cover a broad scope of items to help create a foundation of understanding in the computer world. Join us as we explore the basics of computer hardware, MS Windows navigation and maintenance, internet and email basics, and an overview of office applications (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). As time permits we will even explore other free technology solutions that can improve your own personal productivity. 

Target Audience: School Nutrition Staff

Key Area: Operations 2000

6 hrs



Session ID: 2624379
Excel for Beginners
Date/Time: Tuesday, July 16, 2019 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM
Seats Filled: 22 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Excel for Beginners

This class will familiarize participants with the Microsoft Excel program. You will learn how to use spreadsheets to simplify your job and why it can be such a time saver in your operation. In this hands on class we will learn how to enter data, copy data, organize data and use the data.

Target Audience: School Nutrition Staff

Key Area: Operations 2000

6 hrs



Session ID: 2624581
Kitchen Math
Date/Time: Tuesday, July 16, 2019 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM
Seats Filled: 4 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Basic Computer Skills

This course will cover a broad scope of items to help create a foundation of understanding in the computer world. Join us as we explore the basics of computer hardware, MS Windows navigation and maintenance, internet and email basics, and an overview of office applications (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). As time permits we will even explore other free technology solutions that can improve your own personal productivity. 

Target Audience: School Nutrition Staff

Key Area: Operations 2000

6 hrs



Session ID: 2624585
Food Production Records
Date/Time: Tuesday, July 16, 2019 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM
Seats Filled: 21 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:



Food Production Records

Food Production Records are the Contracting Entities only record that demonstrate meals served for  reimbursement. This course will also cover the basics of food production records, including purpose, required  data, and how to complete records. FPR tools and the food buying guide will also be covered.

Target Audience: Directors/Supervisors/Managers/Menu Planners/Cafeteria Staff

TASN Credit: 6 Hours



Session ID: 2624586
Customer Service
Date/Time: Tuesday, July 16, 2019 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM
Seats Filled: 30 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:


Customer Service

The Cashiers Training Resource focuses on recognizing a reimbursable meal at the point-of-service. It provides short skill-building activities for cashiers to recognize reimbursable meals.&166; The Speed Round included in this training is a quick   activity for individuals to determine if a series of meals meet the requirements of a reimbursable meal.Target Audience: School Nutrition Personnel



This session is full.
Session ID: 2624587
Tools & Equipment-Spanish
Date/Time: Tuesday, July 16, 2019 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM
Seats Filled: 28 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Tools and Equipment (Spanish)

This class will teach participants the correct use and maintenance of both small and large kitchen equipment, tools, and utensils. How to identify the tool and utensils using abbreviations, equivalents, substitutions, and terms used in the kitchen as well as techniques for measuring and maintaining a safe working environment by applying all safety and sanitation guidelines.





Session ID: 2624588
Marketing Your Program
Date/Time: Tuesday, July 16, 2019 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM
Seats Filled: 22 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Marketing Your Program

This visually-based, interactive class will provide best practices to prepare delicious meals that look great. This course will introduce participants to tools to evaluate meals for quality taste and present approaches to improve quality. Participants will also review the principles of presenting attractive meals that will appeal to students healthier instincts.  

Target Audience: Kitchen Managers, Kitchen Staff






Session ID: 2624601
Reducing Sodium-AM
Date/Time: Tuesday, July 16, 2019 8:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Seats Filled: 6 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Reducing Sodium

This class teaches you, the decision makers, and you, the implementers, how to reduce sodium in your programs.

First, you will explore sodium and answer some basic questions about sodium: What is sodium? How does it impact your program? What foods deliver high levels of sodium? How does it affect health? How do you reduce sodium? How do you identify sodium in products?

Then, you will learn all about herbs, spices and other forms of seasoning that you can use to flavor foods and replace sodium.



Session ID: 2624612
Cashier Training-AM
Date/Time: Tuesday, July 16, 2019 8:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Seats Filled: 6 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Cashier Training

Designed to assist cashiers in understanding a lunch and breakfast reimbursable meal under the National School Lunch Program and National School Breakfast Program. It provides short skill-building activities for cashiers to recognize reimbursable meals.




Session ID: 2624613
Garden Based Learning-AM
Date/Time: Tuesday, July 16, 2019 8:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Seats Filled: 3 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Garden Based Learning

Garden-based learning connects kids back to Texas agriculture and introduces them to new foods. Research has shown that when children are involved in the planting and growing process they are more willing to taste these foods. Procuring your local foods properly will be essential to maintaining program integrity and staying in compliance. Join us for a fun filled time exploring local foods and gardening!

Target Audience: CN Directors, Nutrition Educators

Key Area: Nutrition 1200

Professional Learning Topic Nutrition Education 1230

3 hours




Session ID: 2624614
HR Documentation
Date/Time: Tuesday, July 16, 2019 8:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Seats Filled: 29 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:


Human Resource Documentation-AM Only

Documentation and Strategic Conversations for Supervisors: Join your colleagues and learn tools to help you have strategic conversations with marginal employees.  This session will provide strategies to help supervisors grow their staff and ensure compliance with employment policies and procedures. Help your organization grow stronger and more efficient through easy to follow processes, used by effective leaders throughout Region 10.





Session II
(Tuesday, July 16, 2019 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM)
Session ID: 2624597
Food Safety in Schools-English
Seats Filled: 13 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Food Safety In Schools-(English)

This course is the updated version of Serving it Safe, 4th Edition and is designed to provide school nutrition employees with         up-to-date information on food safety.  This training contains lessons and activities which allow participants to be actively involved in   learning the food safety concepts needed to prepare and serve food safely and keep school nutrition facilities safe and sanitary.  The chapters cover topics such as: food safety, prevention of foodborne illness, basics of microorganisms, hot to keep a clean and sanitary school nutrition facility, process for foodborne illness prevention, and food safety programs in schools. (Spanish translation for this course available under Serving it Safe.)

This course Target Audience:  Managers, Cafeteria Staff

TASN Credit:  12 Hours, Level 1, TASN Code: 100 & 101

SNA Credit:  10 Hours, Level 1

USDA Professional Standards Area: 2600

 

Session ID: 2624598
Food Safety in Schools-Spanish
Seats Filled: 12 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Food Safety In Schools-(Spanish)

This course is the updated version of Serving it Safe, 4th Edition and is designed to provide school nutrition employees with         up-to-date information on food safety.  This training contains lessons and activities which allow participants to be actively involved in   learning the food safety concepts needed to prepare and serve food safely and keep school nutrition facilities safe and sanitary.  The chapters cover topics such as: food safety, prevention of foodborne illness, basics of microorganisms, hot to keep a clean and sanitary school nutrition facility, process for foodborne illness prevention, and food safety programs in schools. (Spanish translation for this course available under Serving it Safe.)

This course Target Audience:  Managers, Cafeteria Staff

TASN Credit:  12 Hours, Level 1, TASN Code: 100 & 101

SNA Credit:  10 Hours, Level 1

USDA Professional Standards Area: 2600

 

Session III
(Tuesday, July 16, 2019 12:15 PM - 3:15 PM)
Session ID: 2624615
Reducing Sodium-PM
Seats Filled: 6 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Reducing Sodium

This class teaches you, the decision makers, and you, the implementers, how to reduce sodium in your programs.

First, you will explore sodium and answer some basic questions about sodium: What is sodium? How does it impact your program? What foods deliver high levels of sodium? How does it affect health? How do you reduce sodium? How do you identify sodium in products?

Then, you will learn all about herbs, spices and other forms of seasoning that you can use to flavor foods and replace sodium.



Session ID: 2624616
Cashier Training-PM
Seats Filled: 4 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Cashier Training

Designed to assist cashiers in understanding a lunch and breakfast reimbursable meal under the National School Lunch Program and National School Breakfast Program. It provides short skill-building activities for cashiers to recognize reimbursable meals.




Session ID: 2624617
Garden Based Learning-PM
Seats Filled: 7 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Garden Based Learning

Garden-based learning connects kids back to Texas agriculture and introduces them to new foods. Research has shown that when children are involved in the planting and growing process they are more willing to taste these foods. Procuring your local foods properly will be essential to maintaining program integrity and staying in compliance. Join us for a fun filled time exploring local foods and gardening!

Target Audience: CN Directors, Nutrition Educators

Key Area: Nutrition 1200

Professional Learning Topic Nutrition Education 1230

3 hours




Session ID: 2624618
Managing Personalities and Conflict
Seats Filled: 29 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:


This training is designed for child nutrition professionals who are in management positions or who aspire to be in management positions. The goal of this training is to help participants identify the many factors that may influence the way people interact and/or respond to conflict. Self-reflection is a critical component of this training that aims to help participants identify characteristics of their own personalities and attitudes, in addition to any existing biases and stereotypes they may have. Finally, participants will engage in identifying non-productive behaviors and in building skills that will help promote successful conflict resolution.






Session IV
Session ID: 2624589
Basic Computer Skills
Date/Time: Wednesday, July 17, 2019 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM
Seats Filled: 30 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Basic Computer Skills

This course will cover a broad scope of items to help create a foundation of understanding in the computer world. Join us as we explore the basics of computer hardware, MS Windows navigation and maintenance, internet and email basics, and an overview of office applications (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). As time permits we will even explore other free technology solutions that can improve your own personal productivity. 

Target Audience: School Nutrition Staff

Key Area: Operations 2000

6 hrs



This session is full.
Session ID: 2624590
Excel for Intermediate
Date/Time: Wednesday, July 17, 2019 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM
Seats Filled: 25 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Excel for Beginners

This class will familiarize participants with the Microsoft Excel program. You will learn how to use spreadsheets to simplify your job and why it can be such a time saver in your operation. In this hands on class we will learn how to enter data, copy data, organize data and use the data.

Target Audience: School Nutrition Staff

Key Area: Operations 2000

6 hrs



Session ID: 2624591
Kitchen Math
Date/Time: Wednesday, July 17, 2019 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM
Seats Filled: 17 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Basic Computer Skills

This course will cover a broad scope of items to help create a foundation of understanding in the computer world. Join us as we explore the basics of computer hardware, MS Windows navigation and maintenance, internet and email basics, and an overview of office applications (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). As time permits we will even explore other free technology solutions that can improve your own personal productivity. 

Target Audience: School Nutrition Staff

Key Area: Operations 2000

6 hrs



Session ID: 2624592
Food Production Records
Date/Time: Wednesday, July 17, 2019 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM
Seats Filled: 28 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:



Food Production Records

Food Production Records are the Contracting Entities only record that demonstrate meals served for  reimbursement. This course will also cover the basics of food production records, including purpose, required  data, and how to complete records. FPR tools and the food buying guide will also be covered.

Target Audience: Directors/Supervisors/Managers/Menu Planners/Cafeteria Staff

TASN Credit: 6 Hours



Session ID: 2624593
Customer Service
Date/Time: Wednesday, July 17, 2019 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM
Seats Filled: 21 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:


Customer Service

The Cashiers Training Resource focuses on recognizing a reimbursable meal at the point-of-service. It provides short skill-building activities for cashiers to recognize reimbursable meals.&166; The Speed Round included in this training is a quick   activity for individuals to determine if a series of meals meet the requirements of a reimbursable meal.Target Audience: School Nutrition Personnel



Session ID: 2624594
Tools & Equipment-Spanish
Date/Time: Wednesday, July 17, 2019 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM
Seats Filled: 17 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Tools and Equipment (Spanish)

This class will teach participants the correct use and maintenance of both small and large kitchen equipment, tools, and utensils. How to identify the tool and utensils using abbreviations, equivalents, substitutions, and terms used in the kitchen as well as techniques for measuring and maintaining a safe working environment by applying all safety and sanitation guidelines.





Session ID: 2624595
Marketing Your Program
Date/Time: Wednesday, July 17, 2019 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM
Seats Filled: 12 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Marketing Your Program

This visually-based, interactive class will provide best practices to prepare delicious meals that look great. This course will introduce participants to tools to evaluate meals for quality taste and present approaches to improve quality. Participants will also review the principles of presenting attractive meals that will appeal to students healthier instincts.  

Target Audience: Kitchen Managers, Kitchen Staff






Session ID: 2624620
Reducing Sodium-AM
Date/Time: Wednesday, July 17, 2019 8:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Seats Filled: 18 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Reducing Sodium

This class teaches you, the decision makers, and you, the implementers, how to reduce sodium in your programs.

First, you will explore sodium and answer some basic questions about sodium: What is sodium? How does it impact your program? What foods deliver high levels of sodium? How does it affect health? How do you reduce sodium? How do you identify sodium in products?

Then, you will learn all about herbs, spices and other forms of seasoning that you can use to flavor foods and replace sodium.



Session ID: 2624621
Cashier Training-AM
Date/Time: Wednesday, July 17, 2019 8:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Seats Filled: 17 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Cashier Training

Designed to assist cashiers in understanding a lunch and breakfast reimbursable meal under the National School Lunch Program and National School Breakfast Program. It provides short skill-building activities for cashiers to recognize reimbursable meals.




Session VI
(Wednesday, July 17, 2019 12:15 PM - 3:15 PM)
Session ID: 2624622
Reducing Sodium-PM
Seats Filled: 15 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Reducing Sodium

This class teaches you, the decision makers, and you, the implementers, how to reduce sodium in your programs.

First, you will explore sodium and answer some basic questions about sodium: What is sodium? How does it impact your program? What foods deliver high levels of sodium? How does it affect health? How do you reduce sodium? How do you identify sodium in products?

Then, you will learn all about herbs, spices and other forms of seasoning that you can use to flavor foods and replace sodium.



Session ID: 2624623
Cashier Training-PM
Seats Filled: 13 / 30
Location:MESQUITE ISD, WEST MESQUITE H S

Important Breakout Information:

Cashier Training

Designed to assist cashiers in understanding a lunch and breakfast reimbursable meal under the National School Lunch Program and National School Breakfast Program. It provides short skill-building activities for cashiers to recognize reimbursable meals.




Session VII
Session ID: 2624573
Culinary Institute for Beginners
Date/Time: Tuesday, July 09, 2019 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM
Seats Filled: 10 / 30
Location:FRISCO ISD, CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION CENTER

Important Breakout Information:
This course will walk participants through reading, comprehending and preparing a recipe. Also included in this course are the basics of culinary skills such as knife safety and weights and measures. Participants will process and prepare fresh fruits and vegetables, basic sauces, cooking pasta and proper seasoning.
Session ID: 2624574
Food Photography
Date/Time: Tuesday, July 09, 2019 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM
Seats Filled: 14 / 25
Location:FRISCO ISD, CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION CENTER

Important Breakout Information:

This course will teach participants the fundamentals of staging and photographing food using different devices to help market your program. The instructors will show participants how to use a photo box, lighting and colors to make your product look its best before you post it for the public.

Target Audience: School Nutrition Employees

USDA Learning Objective: Operations 2000


Session VIII
(Wednesday, July 10, 2019 8:15 AM - 3:15 PM)
Session ID: 2624580
Food Photography
Seats Filled: 3 / 25
Location:FRISCO ISD, CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION CENTER

Important Breakout Information:

This course will teach participants the fundamentals of staging and photographing food using different devices to help market your program. The instructors will show participants how to use a photo box, lighting and colors to make your product look its best before you post it for the public.

Target Audience: School Nutrition Employees

USDA Learning Objective: Operations 2000






   Region 10 Education Service Center
   400 E. Spring Valley Rd.
   Richardson, TX 75081-5101

Second Location    
904 Abrams Rd    
Richardson, TX 75081    



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