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    Fork In The Road is May 13th – Get Your Tickets!

    Please join us for our annual Fork in the Road event! Thanks to Vail’s EPIC Promise grant, EATS annual fundraiser will be bigger and better than ever! Join us at the Legacy Lodge for exciting taste creations and… Read More

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    Hiring: Executive Director Position

    EATS is seeking a dynamic, results-driven person who is passionate about children’s health and nutrition for Executive Director. This full-time position will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for EATS Park City’s staff, programs, expansion, and execution of… Read More

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    Volunteers Needed for Cooking Classes

    We need volunteers for Cooking Classes! EATS Cooking Classes Volunteer to help students learn to cook in the after-school cooking classes. Click here for dates and to sign up or contact Kimberly Patterson at kp@eatsparkcity.org. Thank you to Nicholas and Co… Read More

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    Next Adventure Bite Taste Test-April 19th- Deer Valley Chicken Enchiladas

    April’s Adventure Bite Taste Test features Chicken Enchiladas from Deer Valley! Studies show that children need 10-12 experiences with a new food before they choose it on their own. Taste Tests happen once a month at each elementary… Read More

What’s going on with Park City School food?

Since the inception of EATS Park City in 2013, we have advocated for improved school food offerings in the Park City School District (PCSD). In December, 2015, EATS launched the Hungry for Healthy campaign to garner support from the District, the School Board and Child Nutrition Services (CNS).

Surveys, petitions, media coverage, presentations, and intense community involvement culminated at the January 19, 2016 school board meeting where school board members agreed that food in higher nutrition and free of potentially harmful ingredients was in the best interest of our students. The school board charged CNS to develop a three-year plan for major changes in the school food program. Learn More >>

EATS Supports 15 TO CLEAN

EATS is extremely pleased with the direction Park City School District is taking with its school food program.  This change is a logical next step for a community dedicated to a whole child approach that helps every student in Park City schools reach their potential.

EATS looks forward in assisting the school district with nutrition education as part of the 15 TO CLEAN program.
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Want Your Child to Have a Healthy, Affordable, Homemade Lunch? Let Them Eat at School.

~ fed to you by Jeana Neu, MS, CHES – the EAT Up Expert This week is NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH WEEK and there is much to celebrate! All across the nation, school nutrition departments are joining a movement… Read More

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Bring Back the Family Meal

~ fed to you by Jeana Neu MS/CHES the EAT Up Expert September is Family Meals Month There is no better time than now to make a priority of the family meal. September is Family Meals Month which… Read More

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