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Carol Barker

Child Nutrition Director

Auburn School District

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Auburn School District

28900 124th Avenue SE

Auburn, Washington,98092

United States

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wafoodcoalition.blogspot.com

Please join long-time summer meal sponsors Carol Barker (Auburn School District), Kevin Glackin-Coley (St. Leo's Food Connection), Leona Adams (Loon Lake School District) and others to kick start a conversation about how to build and sustain your program over time by working with local partners.


search.komonews.com

Carol Barker, a child nutrition supervisor for the Auburn School District, was recognized by State Superintendent Randy Dorn at an Olympia ceremony yesterday.
Barker was joined by seven fellow educators who were named regional employees of the year.


psesd.org

Carol Barker, Washington's Classified School Employee of the Year
College Bound Scholarship Program Deadline - June 30th Congratulations to Auburn School District's Carol Barker, Washington's Classified School Employee of the Year! Carol Barker Carol Barker has been with Auburn School District for 23 years and is responsible for the breakfast, lunch and snack programs in all of the district's schools. She also leads Auburn's nationally renowned summer food program, serving meals to community children who would otherwise go hungry during the summer months. In 2010, the program served over 80,000 meals at 49 sites in 44 days. Auburn School District is on the cutting edge of the food revolution, and Barker's leadership has enabled the district to serve nourishing food to children while teaching them how to eat healthy and enjoy what they eat. Barker and her staff have been serving whole foods for several years, cooking from scratch and eliminating processed foods. Under Barker's leadership, initiative and ability to collaborate, the district has started an organic garden, the bounties of which are served during school mealtimes. She volunteers her evening and weekend time to lead an after-school club for elementary students to help plant, water and care for the garden. Students learn about composting, the life cycles of plants, and how to calculate the yield of their planting efforts. High school horticulture students are also involved in caring for the garden and the district's 43 fruit trees. When this fresh organic produce is harvested, it is then used to provide healthy whole foods for student lunches and the summer food program. Barker secured a grant through the King County Communities putting Prevention to Work, which will enable her to train over 60 district kitchen staff (and eventually 500 kitchen staff regionally) in whole foods cooking. Through this training kitchen staff will learn safe and efficient ways to create whole food recipes. In the long run, students will be the ones most affected by this training as they will be the recipients of nutritious balanced meals, which in turn leads to higher academic performance and a great start to leading and maintaining a healthy lifestyle as they grow up. Recently, Barker was invited to President Obama's "End Childhood Hunger Summit", to instruct other schools and organizations about the logistics involved in implementing healthy food programs, and is now mentoring other districts and communities who are interested in starting summer food programs. Barker is an active member of the Washington School Nutrition Association, she was awarded the State and Northwest Region Louise Sublette Award for improvement to school meals program and has been honored as the Auburn School District PSE Employee of the Year. After being selected as the Puget Sound Classified Employee of the Year, Barker was chosen as the Washington State Classified School Employee of the Year.


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Auburn School District's Carol Barker Named Washington's Classified School Employee of the Year!


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Carol Barker, child nutrition supervisor for the Auburn School District, was recently named the 2011 Washington State Classified School Employee of the Year.
Carol Barker, child nutrition supervisor for the Auburn School District, was recently named the 2011 Washington State Classified School Employee of the Year. Barker manages the breakfast, lunch and snack programs at 22 schools during the school year and also coordinates Auburn's summer food program, which served 80,000 meals at 49 sites last year.


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