NSLW Toolkit
2018 National School Lunch Week Posters
Watch for posters in the mail!  Posters should be arriving at schools no later than September 21st.

TDA has mailed colorful National School Lunch Week (NSLW) cafeteria posters to each Child Nutrition Director, providing sufficient time for distribution to the cafeterias. Please be sure to distribute the correct poster series to the correct campus.

As always, there are three posters to a set and they come in elementary and middle/high school series. These posters do not include NSLW dates and are designed to fit in the tri-a-rama three panel ceiling display system; schools may display them other ways if it works better for their students and/or cafeterias or order a new system via the NSLW catalog.

Elementary School Posters

Middle School and High School Posters

2018 National School Lunch Week Toolkit
To download all materials shown on this page at once, click the graphics locker below.

Click the items below to view in full screen option. Resources can be downloaded and printed individually via the thumbnails shown or you can click the Graphics Locker below and download all NSLW items at once. 

Materials were available to Order at No Cost! Order Now. Please Note: Even though the deadline for ordering extra materials is September 21st most of the materials have been depleted. We cannot guarantee what you order/ordered will be filled.

Participation Chart, Selfie Backdrop, Parent Invite (English and Spanish) and the Tri-a-rama Celing Display System (preview of how the tri-a-ramas fits onto the cafeteria poster):

Elementary and Middle/High School Activity Sheets: 
(English and Spanish)

Selfie Backdrop Props and Instructions: 

Recipe Book:

Punch Card:

Parent Participation Flyer featuring Suggested Activities/Theme Days:
(English and Spanish)

Morning Announcements
(English and Spanish)

Social Media Ads:

Facebook Cover Photos:

Suggested Menus (K-12) 

Suggested Shopping Lists (K-12): 

Web Banner:

Farm Fresh Activities:

Web Button:

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

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