O. Henry Middle School Partners with Food Provider in Pilot Program
Kickoff event celebrates new partnership with healthy food provider
O. Henry Middle School has partnered with Revolution Foods in a six-month pilot program to provide healthy, affordable meals to students. This event will celebrate the first month of partnership.
Who: Chief Schools Officer Edmund Oropez, Chief Operating Officer Dr. Lawrence Fryer, Chief of Staff Mel Waxler, O. Henry Principal Pete Price, Revolution Foods CEO Kristin Richmond
When: 12:10 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 11
Where: O. Henry Middle School, 2610 W. 10th St.
Background: Revolution Foods provides meals to schools and in stores that are made with carefully-considered, kid-inspired ingredients that promote healthy growth and development.
Parking and check-in: Limited parking is available in O. Henry parking lots and the neighborhood streets near the school. When checking in at the school, please be prepared to show valid identification, such as a Texas driver's license, to obtain a visitor's badge.
About the food service partner: Revolution Foods was founded by two moms to transform the way America eats by providing access to healthy, affordable meals to schools. They believe that proper nutrition is a cornerstone of providing youth the nourishment they need to lead successful, healthy lives.
Today Revolution Foods offers healthy meals in both schools and stores. They serve over one million freshly prepared meals every week to K-12 schools nationwide and their retail products are available across the country.