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Schilling, Becky
April 2010
FoodService Director;4/15/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p20
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The article features Chris Stamm, the director of student nutrition services at the Unified School District in Paramount, California. He is known to have started a summer foodservice program that increased participation among the students and got the community to be more involved. His idea of the summer program was based on Paramount City's Success Through Academics and Recreation (STAR) after-school program, to help keep children off the street and serve them healthy breakfast and lunch meals. Details about their food offerings are discussed.


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