With the help of all our SNAP-Ed partners and providers, we have together reached many students and provided a variety of programs supporting healthy behaviors across the District.

Together, during the 2017-18 school year, SNAP-Ed Providers reached:

  • 197 District Schools

    (plus 18 charters)

  • 93,013 students

    (includes charters)

  • 2,034 caregivers/parents

Factors that influence the health and learning of our students:

Over a quarter of students reported they did not eat any vegetables (28%) or fruits (26%) yesterday.

A third of high school students reported they are overweight or obese.

58% of parents/caregivers agreed that healthy food is too expensive.

With the help of The Office of Research and Evaluation (ORE), the following links provide our successes for the 2017-18 school year, proving that SNAP-Ed works!