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1 every student. every classroom. every day – 2012 Proposed District Vending Program

2 every student. every classroom. every day. 2 Current State of Vending Healthy Vending Not OfferedHealthy Vending Not Offered Soda Machines on CampusSoda Machines on Campus Contracts Not MonitoredContracts Not Monitored Lost RevenuesLost Revenues Revenues Not VerifiableRevenues Not Verifiable Machines EmptyMachines Empty Machines VandalizedMachines Vandalized Machines OutdatedMachines Outdated Decentralized ProcurementDecentralized Procurement Limited District OversightLimited District Oversight

3 every student. every classroom. every day. 3 Self-Op Vending Proposal The following proposal is based upon a collaborative effort from: Students, Parents, Community Members, Teachers and Site Administrators Nora Cody, Former Wellness Policy Coordinator Kirsten Vital, Chief Services Officer Javetta Robinson, Former Chief Financial Officer Deborah Pinkas, Public Health Institute Attorney Jennifer LeBarre, Acting Assistant Director Nutrition Services Tim Beecroft, Nutrition Services Consultant With the goals of meeting Board Policy 5030 (Wellness) and Nutrition Administrative Regulations while exceeding Federal and State Nutrition Regulations

4 every student. every classroom. every day. 4 Vending Program Objectives Continued District effort to improve nutritional content and food quality for students and staffContinued District effort to improve nutritional content and food quality for students and staff Creative alternatives to standard meal program servicesCreative alternatives to standard meal program services Enforce and follow the guidelines set for byEnforce and follow the guidelines set for by BP 5030 for student healthy vending. Profit sharing program with participating school sitesProfit sharing program with participating school sites Negotiate favorable contract terms and conditions with insured profitabilityNegotiate favorable contract terms and conditions with insured profitability Stipulate a higher return on investmentStipulate a higher return on investment Provide healthy on-campus alternatives to off- campus selectionsProvide healthy on-campus alternatives to off- campus selections

5 every student. every classroom. every day. 5 Proposed Contract Benefits Healthy snacks available to the studentsHealthy snacks available to the students Participating Sites receive 50% higherParticipating Sites receive 50% higher revenues to fund student programs Increased FTE for Nutrition Services OperationsIncreased FTE for Nutrition Services Operations Refreshment Center EnclosuresRefreshment Center Enclosures Wireless financial accountingWireless financial accounting On-site training for all included equipment/softwareOn-site training for all included equipment/software Custom school colors and graphicsCustom school colors and graphics No up-front costsNo up-front costs Maintenance and repair for the term of the agreementMaintenance and repair for the term of the agreement

6 6 every student. every classroom. every day. 6 Financial Commitment Projected Gross Revenue Projected Product Cost Projected Labor Cost 16% Leasing/Maintenance Fee –10% Reduction Per Year Projected Net Profit Projected 5-Year Net Profit $408, (9 Month) $177, (9 Month) $ 34, (9 Month) $ 66, (9 Month) $130, (9 Month) $669, (60 Month)

7 every student. every classroom. every day. 7 Pilot Program: Participating Schools The principals involved with the initial pilot program have all agreed to install the vending machines and several student populations have already taste-tested the products. Bret Harte Middle School Castlemont High School Oakland High School Oakland Technical School Skyline High School Havenscourt Middle School Edna Brewer Middle School Roosevelt Middle School Teresa Williams Richard Gaston Clement Mok Sheilagh Andujar Heidi Green Aaron Townsend Jamie Marantz Theresa Clincy

8 every student. every classroom. every day. 8 The Look of Vending The Old Look of VendingThe New Look of Vending


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