As part of the Healthy Kids, Healthy Programs 2022 Summit, JSI is excited to showcase Culinary Resources Inspiring School Professionals (CRISP 2.0) and the resources to support School Meal Programs in School Year 2022-2023.
CRISP 2.0 is a research project designed to help increase the culinary knowledge, skills, and self-efficacy of school nutrition professionals across the Commonwealth. Here are the top 3 resources shared by CRISP to help school districts in the upcoming school year.
- Free on demand culinary training videos: School Nutrition Professionals across the Commonwealth can participate in these culinary videos simply by clicking the “Get Started” link on the CRISP webpage – no login is required.
- Free in-person culinary Back to Basics Workshops to Go: After participants complete the videos, the CRISP team will reach out to their School Nutrition Directors with an offer to participate in Phase 2 of CRISP 2.0, a free in-person Back to Basics workshop.
- Free in-person Live-Setting Culinary Training: After a district completes a Back to Basics Workshop to Go, the district will be offered to option to participate in a free in-person Live-Setting Culinary Training.
For more information about Culinary Resources Inspiring School Professionals (CRISP 2.0), kindly email CRISP@framingham.edu.
Fun Fact…For the Healthy Kids, Healthy Programs 2022 Summit that was held on May 24, we asked each partner to share which session they were most excited about. Culinary Resources Inspiring School Professionals (CRISP 2.0) picked the Easy Wins to Increase Scratch Cooking session because this session is not only promoting scratch cooking, but also how you can tailor it to meet the needs of your school readiness to incorporate made from scratch menu items.
Thank you to Culinary Resources Inspiring School Professionals (CRISP 2.0) for supporting Massachusetts School Meal Programs and participating in the #HKHHP 2022 Summit!