5210 Program: School and Teacher Resources
School-age children spend the bulk of their waking hours at school. The 5210 school curriculum is designed to build healthy habits by making the message simple and clear.
Below is the list of documents and resources for schools and teachers about the 5210 program. We make all these documents available to you through Google Docs. To receive access to this material, please email us.
How to Request Access:
- You must first have an email account registered with Google -- either a Gmail address or other email address that is registered for services with Google.
- Complete the form below and it will be sent to the program coordinator.
- Within 5-business days, you will receive a message from Google saying that you have been granted access to the 5210 document folder. If you don't receive this message, check your junk mail folder first to see if it is there and if not, please email Jeremy Loader, Youth Nutrition Program Coordinator.
Here is a list of available material:
- 5210 Newsletter (English)
- 5210 Newsletter (Spanish)
- How to Build a 5210 School
- 5210 Sample School Program Calendar
- Goal-incentive Campaign: 5210 Bracelet
- Sugar-Free Rewards
- Smart and Tasty Snacks
- Kid Presentation (Power Point)
- Parent/Guardian Presentation (Power Point)
- Rethink Your Drink (Power Point)
- Poster Contest
- Interview with an Elder
- Sugar Absorption Experiment
Lesson Plans- 10 weeks of plans
5210 Healthy Hero Challenge - Students can play this "Jeopardy" style game in teams to test their knowledge of healthy eating habits. (link opens to new window)
USDA 10 Tips Nutrition Education Series - The Ten Tips Nutrition Series from the USDA provide families and educators with easy-to-follow tip sheets. These are perfect for posting on a refrigerator. Over two dozen tip sheets -- here are a few selected titles (all pdf files and links open to new window, get Acrobat Reader if you don't have it.):