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Fourth-graders learn about healthy food

Golden Globe fruit kabobs, brownies make the menu.

Posted: April 8, 2008 1:46 a.m.
Updated: June 9, 2008 5:01 a.m.
A Mountainview student takes a closer look at the nutritional value -- or lack of it -- in nacho chips or fries smothered in ketchup during the 13th annual Kids Cooking Campaign at the SCV School Food Services Agency in Valencia. A Mountainview student takes a closer look at the nutritional value -- or lack of it -- in nacho chips or fries smothered in ketchup during the 13th annual Kids Cooking Campaign at the SCV School Food Services Agency in Valencia.
A Mountainview student takes a closer look at the nutritional value -- or lack of it -- in nacho chips or fries smothered in ketchup during the 13th annual Kids Cooking Campaign at the SCV School Food Services Agency in Valencia.
A group of Mountainview Elementary School fourth-graders help toss the Caesar salad on Thursday at the SCV School Food Services Agency. A group of Mountainview Elementary School fourth-graders help toss the Caesar salad on Thursday at the SCV School Food Services Agency.
A group of Mountainview Elementary School fourth-graders help toss the Caesar salad on Thursday at the SCV School Food Services Agency.
Cindy Turner, nutritional assistant at the SCV School Food Services Agency, demonstrates how pizzas are made and sliced with a special machine. The students are from Miss Dabbeekeh's class.    Cindy Turner, nutritional assistant at the SCV School Food Services Agency, demonstrates how pizzas are made and sliced with a special machine. The students are from Miss Dabbeekeh's class.   
Cindy Turner, nutritional assistant at the SCV School Food Services Agency, demonstrates how pizzas are made and sliced with a special machine. The students are from Miss Dabbeekeh's class.   
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Mountainview Elementary School fourth-graders learned about making healthy food choices, planning a balanced menu and hosting family and friends when they participated in the 13th annual Kids Cooking
Campaign at the SCV School Food Services Agency in Valencia.

The goal of the program is to help elementary school children experience the positive social, nutritional and psychological values of eating together with family and friends.

The kids also learn safe, simple food preparation skills and cooking techniques they can use to help prepare meals for themselves and their families.

The Mountainview students helped prepare a Hollywood-themed menu of Caesar salad, "Golden Globe" fruit kabobs, Papa Pavy's pizza, "Box Office" brownies and "Producer's" punch.

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