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Wilson Elementary won a $5,000 grant from Action for Healthy Kids for their “Wip/Nae Nae” parody video all about Breakfast in the Classroom!

Breakfast in the Classroom (BiC) brings a nutritious breakfast to our students, ensuring they all start the day off on the right track.

We are so excited to announce that Wilson Elementary  won the Action for Healthy Kids  Lights, Camera, Breakfast Video Content! Wilson will receive a $5,000 grand prize grant to put toward the school’s health and wellness programming. 

Thanks to the School Nutrition Association for participating as a contest judge. The Lights, Camera, Breakfast Contest was made possible by Kellogg Company Fund, a proud supporter of our School Grants for Healthy Kids.

Wilson Elementary students and staff worked alongside Greater Clark’s food service provider, Aramark, and the district’s videographer, Daniel Parish, to create a one-minute video to enter in the Lights, Camera, Breakfast! video contest, made possible by Kellogg Company Fund, to highlight National School Breakfast Week, March 7-11.

Students in the video include Anna Schoonover, Tristan Rager, Jakayla Burgess, Rachel Rodriguez, Aubrey Burton, Cassidy Pullen, Ariana Pierre, Sky Pennington, Malachi Henderson, Cepi Kauchak, Donovan Krabbe, Lillian Stefan, Grace Dillard, Jayson Boyles, Trinity Lucas, Brooklyn Phillips, Alcindor Smith, Jillian Goldsmith, Kendall Meier, Kiara Brown, Martha Chang, Sean Weigel, Brian White, Crystal Levario Vargas, Nico Burk, Sierra Froedge, Shviti Thaker, Breanna Amburgey, Bailey Shafer, and Matthew McLendon.

Also, thank you to the Wilson Elementary staff who helped make this video a success, including: Jessica Langdon, Marci Skelton, Katie Butler, Karly Buckner, Kassi Schmidt, Erin Hampton, Chrissie Lawrence, Diane Fogg, Jessica Zumhingst, Krista Storz, Paige Schueler, Chelsea Riggle, April Holder, Pat McKinley, Tammy Sizemore and Sara Ford.

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