All of the more recently hired Nutrition Educators with the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) recently completed their Teen Cuisine curriculum training.
“Teen Cuisine is designed to teach youth from grades 6 to 12 important life skills to promote optimal health – both in the present and in the future. The curriculum addresses key concepts about nutrition, food preparation and cooking, food safety, and physical activity using approaches and strategies that enhance learning and behavior change among teens.”
Nutrition Educator, Patti Chapman, is looking forward to teaching Beaufort County middle and high school students this valuable program soon. Upon completion of this curriculum, teens will be able to:
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