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Nutrition Education in School Nutrition Programs

March 29, 2016

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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

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Participants will learn:

Steps to integrate nutrition education with classroom nutrition educationWhy CDE/UC Davis conducted a surveyThe results of the surveyWhat California schools are doingIdeas to coordinate nutrition education effortsWhat resources are availableGuidance for using Cafeteria Funds for nutrition education

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Steps to Integrating Nutrition Education

Evaluate what you are doing nowCheck out what other schools are doingRecent surveyWhat some individual districts are doingDecide on what to do Select the resources to use

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Steps to Integrating Nutrition Education

Review the guidance on using Cafeteria Funds for nutrition education Request approval for expendituresTrain staffImplementEvaluate

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Events Leading to Survey

Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 Wellness Policy

Little Research Available on Coordination with CNP

Need for Consistent

Messaging, including Lunchroom

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: Coordinated Interventions Most Effective

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Overview of District Survey

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41% say nutrition education is part of job description or duties

71.6% say they are a little or very involved in nutrition education

Over half say that nutrition education is valued & provided informally in cafeteria

Only about one-third report that there is evaluation of nutrition education

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District Survey − School Environment

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Strongly Disagree (%)

Somewhat Disagree

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Neither Agree nor Disagree

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Somewhat Agree

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Strongly Agree

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Nutrition education should be a priority.

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20.5

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Nutrition education is valued in our district.

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The superintendent encourages providing nutrition education to students.

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School nutrition (food service) staff provide informal nutrition education to students in the lunchroom.

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Non-school nutrition personnel provide formal nutrition education to students in the lunchroom.

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32.3

21.7

12.8

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District Survey − Evaluation

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Overview of District Survey

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Over half report consistency of practice with nutrition education

Over half say that they have support and resources for nutrition education

Most are using materials, curricula and resources at no cost

More than half were somewhat familiar with the term “food literacy”

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District Survey − Consistency

   Strongly Disagree (%)Somewhat Disagree(%)Neither Agree nor Disagree (%)Somewhat Agree(%)Strongly Agree(%)School meals are consistent with nutrition education students receive in the classroom. 5.85.225.424.339.4Competitive foods sold on campus are consistent with nutrition education students receive in the classroom.11.79.231.821.525.8Marketing, outreach, and media messages on the school premises are consistent with nutrition education students receive in the classroom.7.47.429.627.428.1

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District Survey − Support

   Strongly Disagree (%)Somewhat Disagree(%)Neither Agree nor Disagree (%)Somewhat Agree(%)Strongly Agree(%)I have support from teachers, staff, and/or outside experts in providing nutrition education to students in the lunchroom.5.813.420.736.024.1I collaborate with teachers and/or other school staff in providing nutrition education to students.9.711.125.233.920.0I collaborate with outside nutrition experts in providing nutrition education to students.11.311.826.626.923.5I have access to resources for providing nutrition education to students in the lunchroom.6.56.317.135.834.2

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District Survey − Food Literacy

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What are Schools Doing to Incorporate Nutrition Education?

San Marcos USDThree schools qualify for Harvest of the Month. One school has the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable program. A Farmers’ Market has been held to promote fresh produce.

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What are Schools Doing to Incorporate Nutrition Education?

Lakeside Union SD (K-8)The new Wellness Policy has nutrition education as a goalUse free Dairy Council materials Hope to integrate with environmental education

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What are Schools Doing to Incorporate Nutrition Education?

Millbrae Elementary School DistrictAquaponics: growing plants and fish together The child nutrition program received a $25,000 grant to purchase classroom aquaponic kits

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What are Schools Doing to Incorporate Nutrition Education?

Mt. Diablo USDThe Farm-to-School Planning Grant is used to develop garden-based curriculaAfterschool program pays for the Harvest of the Month An intern is developing a field trip for elementary children to see the high school garden Culinary Competitions for studentsCafeteria TourTuesday “Try-Day!”

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What are Schools Doing to Incorporate Nutrition Education?

Del Norte County USDReceived $10,000 from local Building Healthy Communities committeePurpose of Building Healthy Communities Initiative is to build health capacity of targeted regionUse Harvest of the Month as one strategy for nutrition education

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What are Schools Doing to Incorporate Nutrition Education?

Del Norte County USDPartner with Community Alliance for Family Farmers Newsletter to 3,400 studentsSalad bars with local produceVision: staff as educators

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What are Schools Doing to Incorporate Nutrition Education?

Winters JUSDDirector helped a local county supervisor with a fundraiser for Yolo County Food Bank and started a Farm to School group which is a 501(c)3 and now gives support for materialsMore than $85,000 has been spent for the 1630 students over two yearsPhilosophy is to effect change in K-3 students with food on the plate, not in the garden

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What are Schools Doing to Incorporate Nutrition Education?

Winters JUSDDirector goes to market to buy local produce like kiwi, spinach, carrots and mandarin oranges. 94% of produce used is local. 52% of the produce comes directly from area farms.There is a school gardens for K-3 with tie-ins to the science curriculum.The daily salad bars are at all schools except pre-school.

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What are Schools Doing to Incorporate Nutrition Education?

Vista USDSchool nutrition services staff use vegetable options to start conversations in the cafeteria.For Harvest of the Month, materials are sent electronically to teachers, saving the cost of printingTeachers get extra nutrition training with funding from the UC San Diego Community Program

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What are Schools Doing to Incorporate Nutrition Education?

Vista USDThe Dairy Council helps by providing materials to teachers and Smarter Lunchrooms mentoringNutrition Education is offered twice during the summer programThe “Fear Factor Taste Test” lets students taste items from the salad bar and get a sticker if they taste all items

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Ideas for Integrating Nutrition Education

Free resources from Team NutritionCurriculum by grade levelCore learning activities Cafeteria connections Free Dairy Council materialsClassroom nutrition lessonsTeacher training onlineHealthier Eating Made EasierTurnkey parent presentationsOnline games & Videos

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Communicate and collaborate between cafeteria, home and communityEncourage use of “Discover My Plate” for teachers from Team NutritionCurriculum by grade levelCore learning activities Cafeteria connections

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Ideas for Integrating Nutrition Education

Smarter Lunchrooms Movementhttp://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/nu/he/smarterlunchrooms.aspResources Online TrainingSelf-Assessment ScorecardStudies of InterestStudies of InterestA Plant to Plate PilotLunch, Recess and NutritionConcession Stand MakeoversPre-sliced Fruit in School CafeteriasPreordering School Lunch Encourages Better Food Choices

Communicate and collaborate between cafeteria, home and communityEncourage use of “Discover My Plate” for teachers from Team NutritionCurriculum by grade levelCore learning activities Cafeteria connections

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Ideas for Integrating Nutrition Education

Promote good nutrition with messages in the cafeteriaPostersSongs & GamesSignageBulletin boardsChef demoEnticing food namesVerbal promptsTry-Day taste testing

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Ideas for Integrating Nutrition Education

Promote good nutrition with murals in the in the cafeteriaStart gardens in schoolsFind nursery partnerBefore school garden clubUtilize produce in the cafeteriaTaste test and record impressionsCollaborate with foundations, community groups

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Ideas for Integrating Nutrition Education

Utilize your menuCoordinate messages with curriculum in the schoolsUse Harvest of the Month materialsFeature salad bar items, including Harvest of the Month itemsPromote plant-based entrees and their nutritional advantagesUse Tip Sheets from USDA at www.ChooseMyPlate.gov

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Ideas for Integrating Nutrition Education

Utilize your menuPromote the importance of eating breakfastPromote the importance of consuming fruits and vegetablesPromote the nutritional benefits of snack and supper programsShow pictures of the healthy foods you offer in the cafeteriaShare healthy recipes that students like for use at home

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Resources

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Resources: Organizations

CA Department of Public HealthHarvest of the MonthDairy Council of CaliforniaHealthy Eating Made EasierLocal Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP)Parent-Teacher AssociationsSmarter Lunchrooms Movement (SLM)University of California Cooperative ExtensionWhole Grain Council

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Resources: USDA Team Nutrition

RecipesGuidance on taste testingCurriculum by grade levelGamesSuccess storiesList of food and nutrition books for kidsMaterials for cooking with kidsPostersVideos

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Resources: CDE Nutrition Services

Cal-Pro-NET at San Jose State UniversityCenter for Nutrition in Schools, UC DavisManagement Bulletin SNP-05-2016The California Healthy Kids Resource CenterCDE Nutrition Education Resources Web page California’s Fresh Fruit and Vegetable ProgramCalifornia’s Farm to School ProgramTeacher Tips: Cooking with Kids

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Using Cafeteria Funds for Nutrition Education

USDA Memo SP 07 -2015Guidance to State agencies for assessing cafeteria fund expenditures on nutrition education materials or activities.Management Bulletin SNP-05-2016Guidance on process to follow for use of fundsResources to access free or low-cost materials

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Using Cafeteria Funds for Nutrition Education

Nutrition Education Expenditure Assessment Form (Form SNP 63)Available in the Download Forms section of the SNP module of the CNIPS. Submit Form SNP 63 at least three months before the anticipated expenditure to NutrEdExpenditure@cde.ca.govCDE will notify of approval or denial by e-mailThe SFA maintains documentation for three years

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Using Cafeteria Funds for Nutrition Education

Completing Form SNP 63Status QuestionsFood preparation equipmentPoint-of-service systemCompliance with all NSLP and SBP meal patternsProposed ExpenditureWhatCost

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Using Cafeteria Funds for Nutrition Education

Completing Form SNP 63Justification for Proposed ExpenditureDirect benefit or improvementNecessary to achieve benefit or improvementFree alternatives? Volunteers? Negative effect on delivery of meal service?Any additional information to support your request?Summary of JustificationWhy should the proposed expenditure be approved?

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Train Staff

Train staff to be knowledgeable about nutritionUC Davis’ Train-the-Trainer: Focus on Food course is designed for training frontline school nutrition staffNutrient needsFood sources of nutrientsPhysical activityMyPlateNutrients of concernInfluences on food choicesSmarter LunchroomsSchool wellness policies

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Train Staff

Train staff to be knowledgeable about nutritionUSDA has resources for training at http://professionalstandards.nal.usda.gov/nutrition-1000/general-nutrition-1300The Dairy Council of California30 minute online training

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Closure

Evaluate what you are doing nowCheck out what other schools are doingDecide on what to do Select the resources to useReview the guidance on using Cafeteria Funds for nutrition education Request approval for expenditures if no free alternatives availableTrain staffImplementEvaluate

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Professional Standards Crediting Information

Instructional Hours – 1

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area: 1000 Nutrition

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Topic

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Learning Objective

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: Integrate nutrition

education

curriculum with school nutrition

program

, utilizing the cafeteria as a learning

environment

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resources)

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