"Why try to explain miracles to your kids when you can just have them plant a garden?" -Robert Brault

"No one is born a great cook. One learns by doing." - Julia Child

"Someone's sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago." -Les Brown

Nuestra misi├│n es poner fin a las desigualdades de salud y cerrar la brecha del rendimiento acad├®mico en las comunidades escolares.

La evaluaci├│n local de Project EAT destaca los resultados y la evaluaci├│n del proceso, como componentes para medir la efectividad del proyecto y valorar el nivel de implementaci├│n, cobertura, fidelidad, y reacci├│n. Despu├®s de valorar las necesidades/recursos, un comit├® de nutrici├│n de base escolar desarrolla un plan en funci├│n de reflejar el entorno escolar. Los resultados de encuestas hechas a estudiantes, personal escolar, padres, grupos focales, y otros mecanismos de evaluaci├│n, se usar├ín para monitorear la efectividad del programa.

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By debbiej@acoe.org

Wilson Elementary in San Leandro launched a new Walking & Running Club in November.  The students were very enthusiastic and over 200 students made their first laps around the field as part of the club.  Some students were able to get in 5 or 6 laps during their lunch period... read more

By Project EAT Youth

At Fremont High School in Oakland, students are using youth-participatory action research to include youth voices in Fremont’s Redesign, especially in the rebuilt of the new cafeteria and football field.

The current football field on campus is not real turf and is not the... read more

By Project EAT Youth

On May 6, 2016, the Project Eat Interns and Agriculture Science Class students hosted a healthstival at Tennyson high school. We had many educational and fun booths. We had a chicken photo booth, insect identification booth, pin the tail on the chicken diagram game, fresh apple... read more

By Project EAT Staff

Big thank you to Erick from RDO for digging some ditches for us! With RDO's help we were able to get our new irrigation in the ground. Our back muscles say thank you!!