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- Nutritional information for each recipe to help you keep track of your calories.
- Serving size to help you plan your meals beforehand.
- Cooking time so that you can plan your day accordingly.
- Recipes of paleo friendly sauces and condiments that you can prepare at home.
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Host a PTA Fall Festival and Barbecue
Encourage parent involvement at your school by getting them involved with your school’s annual fall festival and barbecue.
An old-fashioned backyard barbecue is a great way to start off the start off the school year and a way to welcome students, parents, teachers and faculty back. Members of the Parent and Teachers Association (PTA) can join together to host a welcome back fall festival and barbecue for everyone at the school. The festival can be themed around Halloween or farm life.
First you need to select a date on a weekend shortly after school has started. The festival should be held for several hours offering times when a majority of parents, students and teachers can attend.
Next you need to find volunteers to help out with the different parts of the festival. For example, find volunteers to work on finding food, setting up and breaking down, making fliers and planning activities.
Get the word out about the festival by sending out fliers to local newspapers and invitations home with all of the students at the school announcing the festival's date and time. Include any detailed information about what everyone can expect the day of the event, such as games, food and prizes.
It is a barbecue and everyone will be looking forward to some home cooking on a backyard barbecue. Food can be cooked and brought in by parents and teachers or donated by a local business. Some food vendors offer services to come and set up a booth selling barbecued food. Some businesses may offer a portion of the proceeds to be donated back to the school. Suggested food include barbecue pork, burgers, hot dogs, potato salad and baked beans. You can even have a chili cook-off during the festival.
Decorate the festival according to the theme and can include the set up of country-themed or Halloween decorations throughout the school yard. Decorations can include checkered clothes, hitching posts, bails of hay, cowboy hats, boots, mason jars and wagon wheels. Have country music playing in the background or hire a DJ to play top country hits during the festival.
Plan a hay ride around the school grounds during the hoe down. Find a parent with a tractor and trailer or a horse-drawn carriage that can be filled with hay where kids can take a ride.
Encourage everyone to come dressed in their country best and have a costume contest during the hoe down.
These steps can help ensure you have a successful fall festival at your school.
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