Blogs

New Buzz in the Hallways at Wilson Elementary School in San Leandro

By Project EAT Staff, May 28, 2014

This is our first year adopting the Harvest of the Month program at Wilson Elementary School in San Leandro, and both teachers and students are so excited about trying each month’s harvest!

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Roosevelt Elementary School goes ÔÇ£Ga GaÔÇØ over the Harvest of the Month

By Project EAT Staff, May 22, 2014

Students ate the veggies for the first time. “They ate them like candy”, one teacher said.

Mrs. Dodd’s class (1st grade) graphed and wrote poems about Sugar Snap Peas.

    I had peas.

    They smell like grass.

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Garden Journals by San Lorenzo High's Fresh Crew

By Project EAT Youth, May 15, 2014

Through the Fresh Crew internship I've encountered so many learning experiences. It's made me more mindful of what exactly goes into the food I get at a grocery store or a fast food restaurant. A lot of things go into then food we eat every day.

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The Garden at Lorenzo Manor

By Project EAT Staff, May 12, 2014

Charlotte Davis’ class spends time in the garden every week.  They pick and harvest, weed and plant.  The students learn about fruits and vegetables and the many different ways they grow.  Mrs. Davis also spends time teaching how to compost.

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Students at Eden Gardens are MOVING!

By Project EAT Staff, April 30, 2014

At Eden Gardens Elementary School in Hayward, we are MOVING! Each Trimester we have an athletic event that promotes healthy lifestyles. In the Fall, we had the Oakland Raiders come to our school for a “Raiders Training Camp”.

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Veggie Art at Faith Ringgold

By Project EAT Staff, April 28, 2014

During a quick survey on spinach, 50% of Faith Ringgold Kindergarten students responded that they had tried spinach and 75% responded with a thumbs down that they thought they liked it.

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Washington School is getting FIT!

By Project EAT Staff, April 17, 2014

Washington 3-5th graders are walking the track everyday with Mrs. Durden, fourth grade teacher at Washington School in San Leandro.  Each day during the lunch recess, Mrs. Durden walks the track that surrounds the school play yard.

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MyPlate at the HPN's Healthy Promise Run and Community Expo

By Project EAT Youth, April 14, 2014

The Healthy Promise Run and Community Expo was a fun event where I got to interact with lots of kids and teach them about MyPlate.

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Boys and Girls Club Basketball Tournament

By Project EAT Youth, March 21, 2014

The event was a health fair at the Boys & Girls Club in San Leandro. It was for the kids from the club and those who came to watch the basketball tournament going on.

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Get Fresh! Stay Healthy! at the Education Summit at Cal State East Bay

By Project EAT Youth, March 15, 2014

The Get Fresh! Stay Healthy! mentors from both Tennyson and San Lorenzo High Schools teamed up to present 3 stations at the "It Takes a Community!" Education Summit at Cal State East Bay. 

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