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Published on Jan 2, 2012
For 18 years, Paul A. Stitt, MS, CNC and Barbara Reed Stitt, Ph. D, MGA worked to provide fresh nutritional foods in hundreds of classrooms in WI, IL and MN resulting in positive results reported each school year. For 14 years in August, they sponsored a two-day training seminar to guide teachers, parents and other professionals on how to teach and provide good nutrition and good health to students.
In 1997 they were invited to come into the Appleton, WI Alternative School. They installed a kitchen with two cooks trained in how to purchase, prepare and serve fresh whole foods. They underwrote the program for 5 years. With nothing else being changed, results were so positive that, within a year, the superintendent and school board required their food service to provide healthier foods for the entire school district of 15,000 students.