These tools and tips can help you run the best program possible!
These letters may be sent home to parents to let them know your school is offering a milk program and give them all of the information they need to enroll their child(ren):
Send this letter home to parents in order to recruit volunteers to help run the milk program at your school.
Hang this poster in your school to let your students know when and where they can purchase milk tickets.
This document describes different ways to promote your milk program at your school. Have great ideas of your own? Tell us how your school promotes your milk program by emailing us at email@example.com.
If your school has a newsletter or other parent communication tools, use this Elementary School Milk Program artwork to send the message home to parents.
The Milk Tracking Workbook makes it easy for you to track milk sales throughout the entire school year.
This document helps each teacher keep track of their students’ milk orders.
If your school uses a prepayment system for your milk program, this form should be sent home to parents, so they can prepay for their child(ren)’s milk.
For schools that allow students to purchase multiple servings of milk in advance, these milk cards help schools track how much milk each student has received.
Some schools use a milk ticket system for payment. Distribute these tickets to students once they pay for their milk. (One ticket per milk purchased).
This Award of Excellence is a nice way to show appreciation for students and volunteers who help run your school milk program.
In Ontario, many dairy distributors support the Elementary School Milk Program (ESMP), so Dairy Farmers of Ontario worked with local distributors to develop the Distinguished Dairy Distributor Service.