Teachers, we've got you covered.
Looking for a creative, impactful way to get your students involved in Food Waste Prevention Week? We think we have a little something for everyone.
Have your students submit original artwork for our K-12 Student Art Contest. Attend one of our webinars on reducing food waste in schools, or download a school food waste audit. Don't forget to follow @FoodWastePreventionWeek on Facebook and Instagram, and @savethefoodweek on Twitter. You can also have students take the online Pledge.
Looking for some fantastic in-class teaching resources? We've got those too.
Download one of these in-class teaching and workbook resources:
This toolkit of student worksheets and teaching activities is available in English, French, and Spanish!
On April 1, 2023, K-12 teachers from all subjects are invited to attend this opportunity to share their successes, troubleshoot challenges, and learn new strategies for reducing food waste on campus and beyond!
During this engaging, interactive workshop, you’ll connect with experts and educators dedicated to addressing this global sustainability challenge. A stipend of $300 is available to up to 100 teachers who participate in FWPW and complete this workshop.
We are also pleased to offer an opportunity on April 8th to workshop your ideas and receive feedback from FWPW partners. Participating in Food Waste Prevention Week is required to participate in this workshop and receive a stipend.
This workshop is brought to you by the Rob and Melani Walton Sustainability Teachers’ Academies at Arizona State University, World Wildlife Fund, and University of Arkansas.
Applications close March 10, 2023.