On November 1, we partnered with Alliance Healthcare Foundation to host a special convening of experts in child nutrition, hunger relief, and policy solutions to preview our soon-to-be-released report - Hunger Free Kids: Opportunities by District to End Child Hunger. This report is the first to analyze our region’s implementation of federally-funded child nutrition programs by both school districts & nonprofits. The full report will be released in January.
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Hunger Free Kids Methodology & School District Profiles
Twenty-five school districts are profiled in the full Hunger Free Kids report. These school districts were selected because more than 50% of their students are enrolled in the Free & Reduced Price Meals (FRPM) program.
The school district analysis sections describe the successes and opportunities for both school districts and community-based organizations to feed more children and youth identified through our research and knowledge of each district. Click here to view the methodology. Click on the links below to view the 20 school district profiles that were presented at the Hunger Free Kids Convening on November 1, 2017.
School District Profiles
- Borrego Springs Unified School District
- Cajon Valley School District
- Chula Vista Elementary School District
- Escondido Union School District
- Escondido Union High School District
- Fallbrook Union Elementary School District
- Fallbrook Union High School District
- Grossmont Union High School District
- Julian Union Elementary School District
- Julian Union High School District
- La Mesa - Spring Valley School District
- Lemon Grove School District
- Mountain Empire Unified School District
- National Elementary School District
- Oceanside Unified School District
- San Ysidro School District
- San Diego Unified School District
- South Bay Union School District
- Sweetwater Union High School District
- Vista Unified School District