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Healthy Schools Project (HSP)

The Healthy Schools Project (HSP) is the education arm of  Food and Nutrition Services' Farm to School program and is grant funded by the Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention Branch (NEOPB).

The program goal is to create life-long eaters of local fruits and vegetables by connecting nutrition education to the following:    cafeteria » classroom » local farms » school garden » home

Nutrition Specialists provide resources, technical assistance & trainings to support educators in implementing the following Common Core-aligned education:

  • Integrated Nutrition Education lessons & curricula
  • Cooking in the Classroom
  • Garden-enhanced Nutrition Education (GENE)
  • Harvest of the Month/Agricultural Literacy education

HSP Purpose

  • To support the development of sustainable, healthy school environments
  • To provide healthful eating, standards-based learning opportunities for students.
  • To facilitate hands-on, sensory activities with fresh fruits and vegetables.
  • To teach  the agricultural foundation of  food.
  • To build a relationship between the school community and local agriculture.
  • To support parents as they promote healthy choices at home.
  • To promote buying seasonal and local, sustainably grown produce.







Agenda - December 17, 2019      Minutes     Supporting Information  
Agenda - January 21, 2020  Minutes     Supporting Information
Agenda - February 8, 2020  Minutes    N O N E
Agenda - February 18, 2020  Minutes    N O N E
Agenda - March 5, 2020  Minutes   AMS Presentation ; YMCA Presentation
Agenda - May 13, 2020  Minutes    N O N E
Agenda - May 27, 2020  Minutes    N O N E
Agenda - June 17, 2020 - CANCELLED       
Agenda - September 16, 2020 - CANCELLED     
Agenda - October 21, 2020      See final report & exhibits above
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