The Integrated Nutrition Education Program (INEP) is a creative and fun way for kids to learn about healthy eating and physical activity in their classroom and to share what they learn with their families. Most lessons include hands-on cooking activities that teach students how to prepare and taste fruits and vegetables. At INEP we have strong community partnerships with programs whose mission aligns with educating and changing behaviors around healthy eating for low-income families. In addition, we support the education of aspiring health professionals in the area of community outreach, to help get more dedicated individuals into this work. It is important for our organization to partner with the community to strengthen and deepen our health impact on our families.
Wings of Hope Mural in Downtown Greeley Created by Student Health Advisory Council
The D6 Student Health Advisory Council (SHAC) is thrilled to release this video with the story of the wings mural now displayed at the district’s Family Center in downtown Greeley. This mural was created by… […]
What’s Cookin’? Hosting a Healthy Family Cooking Event
This brief, 30-minute webinar reviews the benefit of sharing family meals and how to put on a successful family cooking event. Specifically, the presenters review the strategies for hosting an event, such as collaborating with… […]