Their work focused on creating healthier environments in schools and in early care and education settings. Specifically, the teams worked to implement nutrition standards in schools and early care and education settings, increase the number of salad bars in schools, and/or implement Farm to School or Farm to Preschool programs. The three-year grant period started October 2013 and ended September 2016.
ASPHN would like to thank all of the states and national partners that were involved in the HPKE. Although the grant has finished, work is still being done. If you would like more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nine states from different regions are participating in the HPKE program.
The states and their focus are listed below.
NCCC Translation Information
NCCC Webinar Cultural and Linguistic Competence: Implications for the HPKE Project
NCCC Webinar Community Engagement to Address Cultural Competence for the HPKE Project
NCCC Webinar: Community Engagement to Address Cultural Competence Slides
Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools Evaluation (Executive Summary)
Ohio’s winning salad bar You Tube videos: