Interview with Amy Maclosky, Director of Arlington Public Schools Food and Nutrition Services and Founding Member of ScratchWorks

Interview with Amy Maclosky, Director of Arlington Public Schools Food and Nutrition Services and Founding Member of ScratchWorks Founding member of ScratchWorks Nancy Easton and Amy Maclosky sat down to talk about the importance of scratch cooking. Nancy, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Wellness in the Schools, interviewed Amy, Director of Arlington Public Schools FoodContinue reading “Interview with Amy Maclosky, Director of Arlington Public Schools Food and Nutrition Services and Founding Member of ScratchWorks”

Q&A with Beth Brewster, Supervisor of Food Services for Caroline County Public Schools

Q&A with Beth Brewster, Supervisor of Food Services for Caroline County Public Schools in Maryland We spoke with Beth about pivoting the district’s school food operations during COVID, implementing scratch cooking, and advice she has for other school districts striving to serve healthy food to kids. ScratchWorks: How have your operations in Caroline County changedContinue reading “Q&A with Beth Brewster, Supervisor of Food Services for Caroline County Public Schools”

ScratchWorks Response to CNR Hearing

Statement on the March 25, 2021 Senate Hearing on Child Nutrition Reauthorization The members of ScratchWorks want to thank Senators Stabenow and Boozman for convening the first full committee hearing on Child Nutrition Reauthorization last week. We were delighted to see the evident bipartisan support for not only reauthorizing but also modernizing this act inContinue reading “ScratchWorks Response to CNR Hearing”