ANNUAL REPORT 2019 - 2020

Cultivating Community Connections

Health & Wellness

Every student learned the importance of eating a nutritious diet and exercising every day. Our team focused on the beneficial impact of health and wellness on the development of the whole child.

lower grade students

from 98 schools participated in University of California Cooperative Extension’s Happy, Healthy Me…Moving, Munching & Reading Around MyPlate program which provides an early introduction to healthy and positive attitudes around food, physical activity and overall health.


and family members attended the 17th Family Health Festival where they sampled healthy snacks, played fitness games, received free medical screenings and engaged in hands-on activities designed to promote an awareness of healthy lifestyles.


from sites with beautiful native and edible gardens participated in the gardening workshop, engaging 505 students in their School Gardening Club. The lessons helped them connect with nature, learn to grow and prepare healthy food, and develop critical thinking skills.


participated in a series of experiential workshops on the best practices in youth play, exercise, and group management. The coaches engaged students in 30 minutes of organized play everyday, rotating groups of students year round and increasing the outreach to over 4,000 students.