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SNEAKER

SNEAKER© (Super Nutrition Education for All Kids to Eat Right)

SNEAKER (Super Nutrition Education for All Kids to Eat Right) is a nutrition education program for 3rd to 5th grade children in New York City. It provides education about healthy eating and the importance of staying active. Since the program began in 2003, HSS has conducted many SNEAKER programs at elementary schools, community centers, and nonprofit organizations — ranging from small group workshops to larger health fairs. SNEAKER has reached more than 15,000 children.

The SNEAKER program focuses on these topics:

 
  • My Plate and Portion Control
  • Whole Grains and Fiber
  • Fruits and Vegetables
  • Healthy Beverages
  • Protein and Dairy
  • Physical Activity
  • Snacks and Fast Foods
 

Program Impact

The evaluation of the SNEAKER program demonstrates that it has had a positive impact on the healthy eating habits and physical activity of 3rd - 5th grade children in NYC. This report provides an overview, the reach and impact of the SNEAKER program.

Read the Program Impact Report

Super Nutrition Education for All Kids to Eat Right Program Impact on the Community

 

Bring SNEAKER to your area!

To bring SNEAKER to your NYC school, complete this short online application. The program coordinator will reach out to determine your eligibility. For more information, please contact Claudia Zurlini at zurlinic@hss.edu.
 

For more information, please contact us at communityed@hss.edu.

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