Emma Baier, Project Specialist
The Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) implements a statewide initiative, Preschools SHINE (Shaping Healthy Impressions through Nutrition and Exercise), in Sacramento County. Preschools SHINE is a statewide recognition program that recognizes preschool programs that demonstrate optimal health, nutrition, and physical activity policies and practices that support children's health and readiness to learn.
Preschools SHINE is a voluntary program for programs that serve preschool-aged children and are enrolled in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). Preschools SHINE, with funding from the California Department of Education - Nutrition Services Division, provides support to participating programs through on-site coaching and targeted training. A team, consisting of a Project Specialist and Registered Dietitian, offers technical assistance, strategically focused training, tools and resources, and coaching support to promote high quality child nutrition and wellness environments.
Visit the Sacramento County Early Learning Department
website for more information on this program and other resources for early learning professionals.
Preschools SHINE is a voluntary program for public and private child care centers and family child care homes that serve preschool-aged children (2-5 years) and are enrolled in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).
Publications and Materials
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California Department of Education-Nutrition Services Division, Beanstalk, Preschool Bridging Model Plus (PBM Plus), California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN), WestED
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