Target representatives recently presented a $1,000 check from the Target Foundation to Rapoport Academy for the Academy’s “Right Choices” program, for the purchase and “start up” of a salad bar for students and staff. An additional $1,000 was awarded by the Tx. Dept. of Agriculture as part of TDA’s “Let’s Move Salad Bars 2 Schools” initiative. The Academy will be able to provide traditional lunches and now standard salad fare, as well as offer new experiences to students who might not otherwise have access to alternative food options. A large variety of common and rarely served fruits, vegetables, and salad dressings will encourage students to broaden their tastes and explore other healthy options. The “self-select” salad bar will also allow for the inclusion of fresh vegetables and herbs grown in the High School and Middle School gardens.
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