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Sharon Taylor

Welcome to the San Augustine ISD Food Services Web Page. My name is Sharon Taylor and I am entering my third year as the Food Services Director. I graduated from SAISD in 1981 and attended Bishop College in Dallas, Texas. I have one biological daughter named Conchetta and one daughter that I had the pleasure of raising for the last three years named Mikayla. Conchetta is attending the Panola College Nursing Program and Mikayla is attending Texas A&M University to pursue a career in the medical field. I am very proud of my daughters. Mikayla graduated as valedictorian of the SAHS Class of 2018 and was awarded the U.S. Presidential Scholar Award, upon which she and I flew to Washington D.C. to accept this honor. I also have two beautiful grandchildren named Mariah and Adyn. Mariah is in the 6th grade and Adyn is starting 2nd grade.

 

No student can learn when he or she is hungry, which is why my main goal as the Food Services Director is to ensure that our students start their day with a healthy and filling breakfast and lunch, while also having the choice of a second entree for lunch. Our students also have the choice of Offer vs. Serve. My second goal is to promote a safe and healthy environment for our students, and to maintain the state guidelines for a well-balanced, nutritional diet.

 

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You can help make sure kids enjoy a healthy summer.

Become an advocate for kids.
Connect them with free summer meals!

The Summer Food Service Program serves healthy meals to children 18 and younger. Meal sites include schools, parks, city recreational centers and libraries in communities across the state. Participants enjoy meals and there are no registration or identification requirements. Kids simply show up to receive a healthy meal at no cost.

You can ensure more students get these free healthy meals during the summer vacation by spreading the word about the Summer Food Service Program. The Texas Department of Agriculture administers this U.S. Department of Agriculture program to connect Texas children in need with good nutrition during the summer months.

HERE ARE SEVERAL WAYS YOU CAN HELP
 
1.
Forward the general information email to your contacts who may want to help get the word out. Also send it to organizations you think may be interested in directly participating.
 
2.
Encourage influencers and organizations to promote the program on their websites and social media. Just forward this file with simple instructions on how to link to the Summer Meals Program website.
 
3.
Include information about free summer meals for kids in texts, emails, automated calls and newsletters sent to parents. A message sample is provided below. Just copy and paste.
 
Parents: The Texas Department of Agriculture is again
offering free meals this summer for children 18 and younger
through its Summer Meals For Kids program! Call 211 or
text FOODTX daily to 877-877 for location information
 
4.
Another way to inform parents is by forwarding the summer meals parent information card. Remember, this program is open to all kids 18 and younger. No identification or preregistration required.


Parents can find a meal site starting June 1, by calling 211 or texting FOODTX daily to 877-877. More information is also available at SummerFood.org.



CALL 211                                    OR                    TEXT FOODTX Daily to 877-877

Thank you for your support. Together, we can help ensure young Texans enjoy a healthy summer and return to school ready to thrive