Edible Schoolyard Academy: Organizational Development Documents

 This library contains documents covered in Organizational Development sessions:

  • Organizational Structures and Systems
  • Family Night's Out
  • What's on Your Plate?
  • Fundraising

 View the Libraries for the Edible Schoolyard Academy Kitchen and Garden sessions.

Resources

 Attached find a chart depicting the organizational structure of the Edible Schoolyard Berkeley.

Area: Garden Classrooms, Kitchen Classrooms
Type: Program Management
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 Attached find the roles and responsibility matrices for the Garden, Kitchen and Office at the Edible Schoolyard Berkeley.

Area: Garden Classrooms, Kitchen Classrooms
Type: Program Management
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 Attached find job descriptions for the following positions at the Edible Schoolyard Berkeley:

  • Director
  • Garden Manager and Teacher
  • Head Chef Teacher
  • Administrative Coordinator
  • Garden Teacher
  • Chef Teacher
  • ...
Area: Garden Classrooms, Kitchen Classrooms
Type: Program Management
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 Attached find staff meeting agenda templates for the kitchen and garden.

Area: Garden Classrooms, Kitchen Classrooms
Type: Program Management
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Classes at the Edible Schoolyard are scheduled in rotations. A rotation is a period of time (between two and eight weeks) during which all students in a particular grade come to the garden or the kitchen once a week, every week, for the duration of the rotation. In...

Area: Garden Classrooms, Kitchen Classrooms
Type: Program Management
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 A sample agenda for training volunteers at the Edible Schoolyard Berkeley

Area: Garden Classrooms, Kitchen Classrooms
Type: Volunteer Management
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A typical Family Nights Out class at the Edible Schoolyard Berkeley is from 5:30pm – 7:30pm and emphasizes the cooking and eating dinner together. The basic format of a Family Nights Out class mirrors a typical kitchen class, however at Family Nights Out...

Area: Kitchen Classrooms
Type: Community Outreach
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 This is a game we play several times during the What’s on Your Plate? Class. It is a perfect sponge’ activity. It can be 5-15 minutes long. It is high interest and very engaging.

Area: Academic Classrooms
Type: Lessons
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Students taste different preparations of the same food and observe the nutritional profiles of those different foods.

Area: Academic Classrooms
Type: Lessons
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Students will investigate the amount of fat, salt, and number of servings in a variety of chips/snack foods.

Area: Academic Classrooms
Type: Lessons
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