Second week meetings setting of all stake holders

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Second week- Meetings setting of all stake holders will be held and setting of goals. Third week- Implementation of the pilot plan. After one month- implementation of the actual plan. After three months-Assessment will be conducted to check whether the program is being effective.
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Nurse’s Role The nurse will inform the parents and guardians about the importance of balanced diet. She will also talk to them about the important of nutrients in the body. She will educate parents on how to make the students participate in the program.
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Procedure Informing all stakeholders about the plan and what they are expected to do. Determination of the goals of the plan. Creating a timeline for all the activities. Implementation of the pilot project. Evaluation to check whether the goals have been achieved.
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Resources Available to the Staff Teachers will provide reading materials related to nutrition to the students. The principal will provide information about the funding of this change. The school playground will be used by the gym teacher for the physical activities.
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Expected Outcome The Kids will develop healthy eating habits.
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