Chapter 10. School Nutrition; Article 1. Nutrition Education
The Legislature encourages nutritional education instructional activities that comply with all of the following:
(a) They emphasize the appealing aspects of healthy eating.
(b) They are participatory, developmentally appropriate, and enjoyable.
(c) They engage families as partners in their children's education.
(d) They encourage teachers responsible for nutrition education, who have received nutrition instruction during their credentialing program, to be adequately prepared and regularly participate in professional development activities to effectively deliver the nutrition education program as planned. Preparation and professional development activities should provide basic knowledge of nutrition, combined with skill practice in program-specific activities and instructional techniques and strategies designed to promote healthy eating habits.
(Added by Stats. 2002, Ch. 1163, Sec. 2.)