How Do You Apply?
+Milk is available to all schools participating in the BCSFVNP that deliver to Kindergarten to Grade 5 as a pilot.
Is your school currently enrolled in +MILK?
Once you are enrolled in +Milk there's no need to re-apply each year. You just need to complete our Annual Update Form (available on your school login in May) and submit it to us online by mid-June so we can update your school profile and carry you over to the next school year.
Is your school currently enrolled in the BCSFVNP and interested in applying to +MILK?
Please e-mail your request to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Is your school interested in applying to both the BCSFVNP and +MILK?
School selection is based on a first come first served basis for September enrollment. To apply for the BCSFVNP +MILK:
Please review our list of requirements below to participate
Complete and submit a
BCSFVNP +MILK Application Form for new schools by the deadline If you have any questions about your application form contact:
email@example.com Fax the application form to our toll-free fax 1 (877) 825-6068
Send a hard copy of your completed application form by mail to:
BC School Fruit and Vegetable Nutritional Program
c/o BC Agriculture in the Classroom Foundation Abbotsford Agriculture Centre 1767 Angus Campbell Road Abbotsford, BC V3G 2M3 Requirements to Participate in +MILK
Your school must be enrolled in the BCSFVNP.
Milk is only available for Kindergarten to Grade 5 students.
All K to 5 classrooms in your school must participate.
The school agrees that product will be consumed in a classroom setting and not replace recess or lunch items.
The school principal must indicate support of participation by signing the application form and providing his/her contact information.
The school must designate one +Milk Coordinator.
The school must fill out online log sheets, which are provided on your school login page for each school (access is assigned after acceptance), to track issues and successes.
The school understands it is their responsibility to provide adequate refrigeration for milk, stored at a maximum of 4° C (40° F) or lower.
The +Milk Coordinator must manage any allergy alerts.
The +Milk Coordinator must work with the BC Agriculture in the Classroom Foundation (BCAITC) team and your school’s BCSFVNP In-School Coordinator.