Evaluation of the 2005-2006 Provision 2 Pilot in Milwaukee Public Schools highlights key findings from the evaluation of Milwaukee’s Provision 2 pilot and is used to inform considerations regarding future universal free meal expansion in Milwaukee. The report discusses how … Read more
A Community Food Assessment of Washington, D.C. details research findings and provides action-oriented recommendations for program enhancements, community organizing, and policy advocacy. Noteworthy within the assessment are up-to-date maps of grocery stores and farmers’ markets in the District and information … Read more
New Mexico Farm to School Directory 2007: A Directory of Farmers, Crops, and Food Service Directors is a tool for farmers and food service directors to increase use of local produce in New Mexico Schools. It includes reources to assist … Read more
An Exploratory Assessment of High School Breakfast Program in Milwaukee Public Schools: 2006-2007 evaluates school breakfast programming in Milwaukee Public High Schools and offers recommendations for improving participation rates.
www.summerlunch.org is a comprehensive website designed to increase participation in the summer lunch program in California. It provides outreach materials, resources, community profiles of model programs, and audio visual clips featuring programs and kids across the state.
McAuliffe Elementary: Breakfast in the Classroom is a video documentary of McAuliffe Elementary School’s implementation of the Chicago Public Schools’ pilot program for universal breakfast in the classroom. The film captures the experiences and thoughts of teachers, parents, administrators, and … Read more
Exploring Farm to School: A Facilitator’s Guide to Implementation in Arizona is a tool for community members and food service directors to use as they increase the amount of local produce eaten in Arizona schools. The guide outlines opportunities, barriers, … Read more
An Assessment of Child & Adult Care Food Program Supper Pilot within Milwaukee Public Schools evaluates the value and impact of supper service during after school programming.
An Assessment of Plate Waste within Milwaukee Public Schools’ Universal Free Breakfast-in-the-Classroom evaluates student consumption trends and offers recommendations for improving and expanding the program.
Students Can Have Breakfast and Eat it Too: Expanding Breakfast in Maryland is a toolkit that showcases successful school breakfast programs, makes recommendations for overcoming challenges to student participation, and includes a short documentary film featuring one Baltimore high school’s … Read more
The Afterschool Supper Program: An Oregon Case Study examines the efficacy and impact of this federal pilot program in Oregon.
Working Towards Wellness: An Assessment of the School Health Environment at Ames Middle School raises awareness about the strengths and challenges of the school health environment in the areas of nutrition services, mental health services, and physical education.