1. Wright Students Get Nutritious!

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     Every year, students within the CalSERVES program participate in what we call Nutrition Olympics. They spend the afternoon playing games designed to help them learn new facts about fruits, veggies and healthy lifestyle choices. This year, the students at Wright Charter got even more involved in the fun. During “Pepper...
  2. The Golden Bell Visits Meadow View

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    CalSERVES recently received the Golden Bell Award, a national recognition of exemplary programs in 22 major categories, which are essential to support teaching and learning. Our award is for our efforts in nutrition promotion and physical activity. The Golden Bell went on tour to our local programs, during a fitness...
  3. Meadow VIew Summer Gardening

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    We’ve finally reached the end of the year but the Meadow View garden will still be in action all summer, thanks to the help of several dedicated families who have agreed to continue volunteering over the summer. Since the beginning of the year, Meadow View has hosted monthly garden workdays...
  4. Having Fun with Fruits and Veggies

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    This month, Wright held its annual Nutrition Olympics. Every year, students participate in activities geared toward learning fun facts about fruits and vegetables. Normally, the mentors lead the students in activities similar to fitness centers, but this year, members at Wright Charter took it to another level. Decked in fruit...
  5. 2012 Cesar Chavez Health Fair

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    Tomorrow is our annual Cesar Chavez Health Fair. It will be amazing, so come on down and join us! Meadow View Elementary School 2665 Dutton Meadow Ave, Santa Rosa, CA. 95407 Saturday, March 31, 2012 from 10am – 2pm The day will be filled with entertainment, games and activities for...
  6. CalSERVES CANstruction!

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    CalSERVES participated in the annual “CANstruction: Make Food into Art Contest” held at Coddingtown Mall in Santa Rosa, CA. Over 10,000 cans of food were used in making this year’s displays, and all of the canned items will be donated to the Redwood Empire Food Bank to feed over 78,000...
  7. Super Snack Love

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    Before I became an After School Team Leader, I knew that one of my main responsibilities would be providing snack for the students. This year we started something brand new, the supper program. When I initially heard about the change I grew extremely nervous. Not only did the amount of...
  8. Healthy Food for Families

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    Fresh produce from the Redwood Empire Food Bank. Every Friday I go to the food bank and get hundreds of pounds of fruits and vegetables to give out to the families. This past Friday I got over 600 pounds of produce. I picked up 150 boxes of strawberries (1 per...
  9. 2011 Cesar Chavez Health Fair Report

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    Healthy Eating and Active Living ‘This is a great event and I hope to be able to take part in it for many years to come!”  Silvia Floriano, Health Fair Participant The 2011 Cesar Chávez Day Health Fair at Roseland Elementary School drew over 3,300 attendees and 63 participating community...
  10. News from Meadow View

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    Tutoring TestimonialMs. Webb, Literacy Tutoring Specialist “When I first tutored Javier, a first grader, he was using level one readers and he often didn’t speak to me in fully developed sentences. He and I spent about five to ten minutes daily reviewing his sight words. During that time, he and...