In response to mandated wellness policies, a variety of programs are available to assist schools in providing nutrition education to youth. Health fairs, afterschool programming, presentations, cooking demonstrations, and food tastings are just a few examples. Please inquire if you are interested in customized programming for school-aged youth.
Some examples of the displays we have to offer are: Think Your Drink, Jump Start Your Day with Breakfast, Boost Your Bones with Calcium Rich Foods,Vary your Veggies, Focus on Fruits, One Great Tray for the Best School Day, Choose MyPlate: Let’s Eat for the Health of It!, Be Food Safe
Body Walk Brochure (pdf)
School Responsibilities (pdf)
Scheduling Request (pdf)
Classroom Activities Manual (pdf)
Food for Thought is a monthly electronic newsletter with the goal of providing parents of school-aged children and teachers with advice on how to shop for healthy foods, cook nutrient-rich foods, and eat together as a family. Each issue contains an assortment of timely articles, kid-friendly recipes, video clips, and hot tips all contributed by Registered Dietitians.
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If you are interested in some of our most recent newsletters please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To encourage other parents at your school/agency to subscribe, please use either the sign-up sheet or add the insert to your website or school newsletter.
Food for Thought Sign-Up Sheet (pdf)
Food for Thought Information Insert (pdf)
Food For Thought Newsletters
Show Me Nutrition
SNAP-Ed programming may be available for income-eligible audiences. This federally-funded initiative provides education and information about healthful eating to individuals and families who receive or are eligible to receive SNAP benefits (formerly known as food stamps). Interested in learning more? Fill out the form below!