This is a commentary from Gabe T, a student at Ashley Elementary: From a distance I heard kids saying things like, “This stuff is nasty!” “My food is not cooked all the way!” “My food is cooked so hard I could….” “Rrrrrr!” Most kids complain that school lunch is nasty. Do you agree? In a…
To celebrate a successful growing season, three communities gather to celebrate the Fairview Community garden.
Right beside I 25 a bustling community garden plays host to children and their families.
Nutrition education also means educating parents on what’s good for kids.
We visit Miss Hardy’s Fourth Grade class to see how they’re learning about nutrition and healthy eating in a hands on way.
Some of the young gardeners have moved on and graduated from Fairview. Will they be able to entice some new ones at the back to school night?
It’s late in the spring at McGlone Elementary in Denver, where Miss Hardy and her class of fourth graders are getting ready for their last nutrition class of the school year. To begin the lesson, Miss Hardy asks her students, “Who thinks they’re a nutrition expert or a food expert?” A class full of eager hands shoot…