2019 NSLW Celebration Updates and Materials
The Texas Department of Agriculture’s theme for the 2019 National School Lunch Week (NSLW) is “Save the Day with a Healthy School Lunch!” This year’s theme zaps into everyone’s love of superheroes! So suit up and get ready to participate this year. Newly themed materials and resources are coming soon. While you are here browse our past materials and the catalog below to get ideas that will help you start planning early.

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"Level Up" theme announced for National School Lunch Week 2018

The Texas Department of Agriculture's theme for 2018 National School Lunch Week (NSLW) is "Level Up with a Healthy School Lunch!" This year’s theme plugs into students’ affinity for Video Games!  When children pick up a healthy school meal they pick up a controller they can use to win the healthy lifestyle game. TDA's NSLW campaign goal is always to challenge students and staff to try new foods offered in the cafeteria. We also challenge you to take your student’s love of video games and help connect the dots of how the benefits of eating healthy meals at school impacts their lives. So encourage your students to be team players and enjoy a healthy school lunch so they can have the energy and charisma to make winning choices for the rest of the school year!

2018 NSLW Catalog

Once again TDA is offering the NSLW Catalog to spark idea, encourage participation and boost one-stop shopping to support successful 2018 National School Lunch Week celebrations. No coupons or special offers are required because everything in this winning catalog is available at no cost!

Inside the catalog you will find participation charts, selfie backdrops, floor decals, tri-a-ramas ceiling display systems and "National Take Your Parents to Lunch Day" invitations. Schools were able to order the items listed to complement and strengthen the "Level Up with a Healthy School Lunch" theme reflected in the cafeteria posters from TDA. Schools can also access suggested menus, shopping lists, morning announcements, and more!

Assistance available in English and Spanish. Please call 877-TEX-MEAL (877-839-6325) for help.

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