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  1. July 2013

  2. AR Farm to You Agenda • AR Farm to You Overview – Rosemary Rodibaugh • Serving Up My Plate Curriculum – Lindsey Sexton • AR Farm to You Logistics – Michael Freyaldenhoven • Billing - Sarah David • FTP Site and Reporting – Mary Poling • Expectations – Rosemary Rodibaugh

  3. Arkansas Farm to You Rosemary Rodibaugh

  4. AR Farm to You 9 Stations Farm Market Café Mouth Stomach Small intestine Muscle Bone Skin

  5. The Farm Features: • Arkansas MyPlate • Arkansas Commodities

  6. The Cafe Features: • Food Models • Build MyPlate

  7. The Mouth and Stomach Features: • Similar to BodyWalk • Updated Images

  8. The Bones and Skin Features: • Updated Images • New Props

  9. AR Farm to You • Not a stand alone activity – no impact • USDA says evaluation is not an option – we have to show impact • Serving Up MyPlate designated curriculum • 4 levels: K, 1-2, 3-4, 5-6 • Each level has 4 short courses divided into 3-4 sessions • Minimum - first 2 courses before AR Farm to You exhibit • At the most, will take 10 hours classroom time for all sessions of the 4 courses

  10. Scheduling exhibit • Schools contact you or vice versa and you work with Frey to schedule – OR – • Schools contact Frey and he works with you to schedule

  11. Serving Up MyPlate Lindsey Sexton

  12. Serving Up • MyPlate • Curriculum • Teacher’s Morsels • Student Activity Book • Student Survey

  13. AR Farm to You Logistics Michael Freyaldenhoven

  14. Ordering Curriculum/Exhibit Lindsey Sexton

  15. Cost and Billing Sarah David

  16. Cost • SNAP-Ed schools – no charge to schools if they use Serving Up MyPlatecurriculum and conduct and submit pre- and posttests • This was submitted in our FY14 SNAP-Ed plan and we anticipate it will be approved but won’t know until Oct. 1 • Non-SNAP-Ed schools - $1.50 per student • Need at least 300 students for exhibit to come to a school; maximum of 450 students per day

  17. Reporting SUMP and ARF2Y Mary Poling

  18. Expectations Rosemary Rodibaugh

  19. FCS Agent Responsibilities • Market the Serving Up MyPlate and AR Farm to You exhibit • If using train the trainer model, train teachers on Serving Up MyPlate • Provide curricular materials to teachers • Conduct pre- and post-tests and send to Katie Holland for analysis upon completion of post

  20. FCS Agent Responsibilities • Work with schools and Frey to schedule the exhibit • Work with schools to make sure they are following time line and ready for the exhibit: • provide manual to coordinator • make sure they have adequate volunteers • provide scripts and train station volunteers • publicize event • Be present during AR Farm to You to assist where needed • Assist school coordinator with reports

  21. Questions???