Learn about the programs EATS is leading and supporting:
Park City Child Nutrition Services (CNS) is working to improve the quality and nutritional value of school food with the 15 TO CLEAN Children’s Health Initiative. Over the course of three years beginning in the fall of 2016, 15 potentially harmful ingredients will be eliminated from all school food.
Before healthy foods become the norm for kids, they first have to try them! School Taste Tests provide an equitable mechanism for exposing youth to new foods. They are conducted at lunchtime in the schools’ cafeterias by EATS volunteers with preparation assistance by cafeteria staff.
If you teach a child to cook, you give them lifelong skills to feed themselves. Preparing a healthy meal and sharing it with others is enriching and expands health education beyond the classroom. EATS has been teaching children how to cook in Cooking Classes for Better Health (CCBH) since 2014
EATS understands the importance of raising a healthier generation through hands-on, experiential food education. EATS has been instrumental in getting both outdoor and indoor gardens in our schools.