Resource | Technical Assistance & Guidance
Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program (FFVP) Evaluation - Peer Review Plan

Assesses the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program, expanded across the nation by the FCEA, to determine whether children (a) experienced, as a result of participating in the program, increased consumption of fruits and vegetables and (b) made other dietary changes, such as decreased consumption of less nutritious foods.

Resource | Technical Assistance
Translation Chart - Pecks to Pounds
Resource | Technical Assistance
National Food Service Management Institute (NFSMI) Farm to School and Farm to Child Care Resources

The resources listed  were funded and developed through USDA grants and cooperative agreements. These resources offer extensive information on food safety and school gardens.  Several of these resources provide hands-on activities for children. 

Resource | Forms
Partnership Agreement Form

Partnership Agreement Form

Resource | FAQs/Q&As
Request for Applications to Participate in Demonstration Projects to Evaluate Direct Certification with Medicaid Questions and Answers

Request for Applications to Participate in Demonstration Projects to Evaluate Direct Certification with Medicaid

Resource | Best Practices
East Boston YMCA: Reaching Older Teens Boston, MA

The East Boston YMCA partners with Project Bread to bring 30 teens to the East Boston YMCA and 20 teens to Egleston Square YMCA for weekend evening SFSP.

Resource | Best Practices
Boys and Girls Club of Ada County: Boise, ID

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Ada County serves lunch and snack daily over 45 teens age 12‐18 at two different sites.

Resource | Best Practices
Rural - West Sioux School: Hawarden, IA

SFSP in West Sioux School: Hawarden, IA

Resource | Presentations
Celebrating Farm to School!

2011 webinar handout