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The Butte County Office of Education (BCOE) is excited to host the 4th Annual CalKidz Anti-Hunger Summit, which will be held virtually this year. Join us via Zoom to learn and share best practices around keeping kids healthy and sustained during COVID-19 & the summer months. Learn more about anti-hunger resources around the Northstate, CDE and USDA programs, share in networking opportunities, as well as hear some stories from those out there on the "front lines".
 
The 2021 Anti-Hunger Summit speakers and special presenters include:
Scott McMillan, Gridley USD Tanya Harter, Paradise USD
Donna Reedy, California Department of Education Cintya Loreto, California Department of Education
Tom Dearmore, Community Action Agency of Butte County, North State Food Bank Jennifer Dye, CSU Chico Center for Healthy Communities
Pamm Larry, Butte County Local Food Network Rita Palmer, CalFresh Healthy Living, UC Cooperative Extension
Maria Giovanni, CSU Chico Department of Nutrition & Food Science Oliver Packaging & Equipment Company
Kirsten Craft, No Kid Hungry Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano / Feeding America
Lunch Assist  
...and more!  
CONTACT US

CONTACT US

SUMMER FOOD PROGRAM
Julianna Roberts
Food & Nutrition Administrator
CalKidz, Butte County Office of Education
1859 Bird Street
Oroville, CA 95965
Telephone: (530) 532-5780
Cell: (530) 712-1401
Email
 
MEDI-CAL
Christine Wilhite
Medi-Cal Programs Manager
CalKidz, Butte County Office of Education
1859 Bird Street
Oroville, CA 95965
Telephone: (530) 532-5735
Fax: (530) 532-5759
Email
 
Jolene Witcher
Medi-Cal Programs Specialist
CalKidz, Butte County Office of Education
1859 Bird Street
Oroville, CA 95965
Telephone: (530) 532-5668
Fax: (530) 532-5759
Email
CALKIDZ VISION & mISSION

CALKIDZ VISION & mISSION

Vision: Ensure access to health and nutritional services for all youth throughout California.
 
Mission: Work collaboratively with agencies geared toward ensuring and promoting access to state and federally funded health and food services. CalKidz will improve the overall well-being of all students by directly providing Medi-Cal and Nutritional services. Our division is dedicated to educating California communities on available health services and providing hunger relief programs to improve the stability within California family households.