CA County Board of Supervisors Candidate Goes After Monsanto, SB277
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A new political candidate is shaking things up in Napa Valley, California. Recently the scene of one of the most fascist healthcare laws ever passed, California is now a ground zero for forced vaccination. Yet James Hinton who is running for Napa Valley County Board of Supervisors, District 2, is doing his best to turn things around.
In addition to his fight to raise the minimum wage in Napa County, end glyphosate pollution, and repeal Napa’s medical marijuana ban, Hinton is also attempting to convince the Napa Valley Unified School District to adopt a resolution urging the legislature to extend the personal beliefs exception deadline to July 1st, 2016, a plan modeled after the Orange County Department of Education’s earlier decision. Hinton is also urging the Napa Valley Unified School District to follow in the footsteps of the Sausalito Marin City School District and adopt a program similar to the “conscious kitchen” that provides Marin city students with clean, organic local food on a daily basis.
According to Steve van Zant, the Marin District Superintendent,
The results speak for themselves. Since launching the pilot at Bayside/MLK Academy in 2013, students are eating real food for breakfast and lunch, discipline cases have dropped dramatically, attendance has improved, food waste is down, and students and teachers sharing of meals has led to improved manners and open communication, greatly enhancing the school community.
The Marin Independent Journal writes that,
Meals are accompanied by a garden and nutrition curriculum at the schools that teach students about where their food comes from, how it’s grown and why it’s good for them.
Hinton is encouraging the Napa Valley Unified School District to “play follow the leader” in regards to the respective programs these counties have set forward. Both of these ideas are part of Hinton’s platform. You can see Hinton speaking to the Napa Valley Unified School District January 18th in the video below.
James Hinton at the Napa Valley Unified School DistrictPlease call Robb Felder the President of the NVUSD(Napa Valley Unified School District) and support these 2 important issues. (707)253-3511
Posted by Hinton for Napa on Monday, January 18, 2016
I want to encourage the Napa Valley Unified School District to play follow the leader. There are 2 California school boards headed in the right direction regarding our kid’s health.
First the Sausalito Marin City School district offers the conscious kitchen, an unprecedented and inspiring community program that provides Marin City youth with healthy and nutritious school meals on a daily basis.
They serve fresh, local, organic, seasonal, sustainable food to the entire community for breakfast and lunch daily. Engage students in understanding the vital need for healthy food. Mentor students and involve them in prep, service, and waste disposal. Create a link between garden, nutrition and cooking classes. Improve mental and physical well-being academic performance and behavior patterns.
Second the Orange County Department of Education. They recently adopted a resolution urging the legislature to extend the personal beliefs exemption deadline to July 1st 2016.
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