Healthy Habits

Food Justice Students Embark on Community Projects

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The radical thinking middle-schoolers in our Food Justice Program have been working hard since the beginning of the school year--exploring topics such as hunger and food security, what it means to eat healthy and the impact our food choices have both personally and as a community.

What is Your Child Doing This Summer?

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No doubt about it—summer is here! Just days ago, New York City schools dismissed children for the next two months. Even the best planners may still be looking to fill their kids’ calendars. For those people, we have great news: several Children’s Aid camps throughout New York City have open slots still available, including in Staten Island, East Harlem, and Washington Heights.

Farmer's Market Visit Encourages Healthy Eating Habits

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Community Schools Boost Teacher and Principal Satisfaction

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Dole Food Company, Inc. Visits With Go!Healthy Program Participants

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Children's Aid Students and Parents Advocate for School Based Health Centers in Albany

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Children’s Aid Society’s Food & Nutrition Director to Speak at Local Food Conference

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Healthy Foods Take Over East Harlem

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Earlier this month, participants of The Children’s Aid Society (CAS) attended an event at Union Settlement in East Harlem where Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer and the stars of Super Sprowtz, an nutritional education series, talked to over 200 children about the importance of living a healthy lifestyle.

ISI Plants Seeds of Hope and Healthy Habits at P.S./I.S. 50

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By: Malia Poai, Assistant Director, Volunteer Services

Free Summer Meals for All Children

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