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  • Additional Attitudes:Students choose healthy options for lunch when schools provide them. The display of foods in school cafeterias, for example sliced fruits, influenced students’ choice.Pricing of items influenced choices made by students.Additional MessagingSetting an example for peers (not necessarily direct discussions);Educating younger students about healthy eating and nutrition (higher comfort level talking to younger students);Student input: providing opportunities for students to experiment with foods and taste test different meals;More info: teaching students facts about nutrition and how it affects them, nutritional info in schools;How companies market to children and youth.Additional School PolicyThe issue of healthy eating involves personal choice, and students become frustrated when foods options are eliminated in school. Schools’ budget constraints are a barrier that prevents schools from providing additional healthy food options in their school lunch programs and educating youth about healthy lifestyles.Additional MiscellaneousSeveral youth said they do not talk about healthy eating with peers, while the adults discussed how society, schools and families do not emphasize healthy eating. Purchasing local foods for school lunch programs was mentioned as an area of interest by adults and students. Students discussed having opportunities to experiment with foods and encouraging their peers to try new healthy foods. Adults explained that when students were encouraged to try new foods in school that some students developed a preference for them.
  • Kansas City State Conference Powerpoint

    1. 1. CATALYST!!!!!<br />
    2. 2. What are we doing today?<br />Introductions<br />Overview of Catalyst<br />Creative Youth Engagement<br />Transition to healthy eating<br />
    3. 3. Tell us about yourself<br />Name of yourself and program<br />What made you want to come to this session<br />
    4. 4. But andy, who are you?<br />Started as a youth in tobacco control<br />Traveled the country, and world talking to young people <br />
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    6. 6. WHAT’S CATALYST?<br />3 years old<br />Funder = Blue Cross Blue Shield<br />Budget = $250,000 per year<br />Two full time staff members<br />Yearly summit, school events, regional events<br />10 person youth board<br />
    7. 7. WHAT DO WE WORK ON?<br />Healthy Eating<br />Physical Activity<br />Tobacco prevention<br />
    8. 8. What is activate: u?<br />A collection of free resources available to promote healthy eating and physical activity<br />Posters, Powerpoints, Videos, and more coming soon<br />
    9. 9. WHAT’S CATALYST?<br />Spoken with over 5,000 youth<br />Do around 25 small to large trainings a year<br />
    10. 10. Catalyst Core principles<br />Youth empowerment<br />Engaging, hands-on learning<br />Staff that is dead sold on our mission<br />Building sustainable student and school relationships<br />Making events that kids are amped to be at<br />
    11. 11. Overview of catalyst<br />Web resources<br />Past events<br />Our transition to healthy eating<br />
    12. 12. THIS IS NUTRITION CLASS, RIGHT?<br />Minnesota’s school food received an F for only meeting minimum nutrition guidelines.<br />97% of high schools have vending machines. The most common items are candy, sugary drinks, chips, cookies, and snack cakes<br />
    13. 13. THIS IS NUTRITION CLASS, RIGHT?<br />Research suggests that fast-food restaurants tend to cluster in school neighborhoods<br />80%: Eighty percent of high school students do not eat fruits and vegetables five or more times per day. <br />
    14. 14. IT’S TIME TO TAKE ACTION!<br />Fruits and veggies in local corner stores<br />Menu labeling in Minneapolis<br />Getting even healthier foods into your school<br />
    15. 15. Catalyst Resources<br />
    16. 16. Pics of the good old days<br />Montage of soldiers, doctors, Flintstones, Santa, etc.<br />
    17. 17. Why market to teens?<br />
    18. 18. Current marketing to teens<br />
    19. 19. “Isn’t it ironic hat they think of us as “scum” . . . yet they still reach out to us as a group they consider vitally important to their profit margin?” says Bob Gordon, Vice President of San Francisco’s Coalition of Lavender Americans on Smoking and Health.<br />Comment from RJR spokesperson Lisa Eddington: “We don’t respond to those documents. They are part of the master settlement agreement, and are out there for people to draw their own conclusions.”<br />
    20. 20. Tobacco’s Toll<br />In the world<br />
    21. 21. Catalyst Summit, August 2007<br />
    22. 22. National Conference 2007 - Minneapolis!<br />
    23. 23. Urban Camp and the Killer Quotes Tour<br />
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    26. 26. KQT Budget<br />$5000<br />$1500 for supplies, palm cards, posters, ink, etc.<br />$500 per event for 7 events<br />
    27. 27. Urban Camp<br />
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    29. 29. Killer Quotes Tour<br />Duluth Battle of the Bands<br />Bemidji Concerts at the Elks<br />New Ulm Bowling Event<br />Austin Paintball Spectacular<br />Memory Lanes Bowling<br />Thief River Falls at “Da Club”<br />St. Cloud Bowling Event<br />
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    39. 39. 39<br />Killer Quotes Lessons<br />Successes<br />400 New contacts<br />Creative content delivery<br />Strengthened adult partnerships<br />Empowered youth in the areas where we had events<br />Great recruitment for summit<br />Great local media coverage<br />39<br />
    40. 40. 40<br />Killer Quotes Lessons<br />Lessons learned<br />Planning events far enough in advance<br />Involving area schools<br />Stress texting campaign more<br />40<br />
    41. 41. Summit 2008<br />
    42. 42. Summit 2008<br />
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    47. 47. Transition to healthy eating<br />Our transition to HE<br />Focus group on HE<br />Mini Summit in Duluth<br />Website update<br />Next steps for Catalyst<br />
    48. 48. Focus Group on HE<br />4 Focus groups<br />Focus group with our Youth Board<br />Youth focus group in Metro<br />Youth focus group in Elbow Lake<br />Adult focus group in Metro<br />
    49. 49. Focus Group Objectives<br />Youth attitudes toward healthy eating, nutrition, and school policy<br />Key messages and message delivery<br />Actions that youth are willing to take in their communities and schools to support healthy eating <br />The food environment in high schools from a student perspective<br />Adults’ openness to working with youth on nutrition issues <br />
    50. 50. Key Findings:<br />Attitudes: Price, display and choice are important<br />Messaging: Being a role model, having student input<br />School Policy: Budgets are a challenge, interest in local foods, taste tests!<br />
    51. 51. Mini Summit <br />
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    53. 53. Mini summit photos<br />
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    55. 55. New nutrition content<br />
    56. 56. Student involvement in healthy eating<br />Having students on wellness committee’s<br />Student group partner with local chef to come up with new menu item<br />School store overhaul<br />Mini-grants for student groups<br />Always looking for new ideas<br />
    57. 57. Our core issues<br />Eating real, fresh food<br />Learning to cook<br />Student involvement in wellness policies<br />Farm to school<br />Snacks meeting IOM standards<br />Menu labeling<br />Walking or biking to school<br />Being active in life<br />
    58. 58. SUMMIT 08 VIDEO<br />
    59. 59. What is activate: u?<br />A collection of free resources available to promote healthy eating and physical activity<br />Posters, Powerpoints, Videos, and more coming soon<br />
    60. 60. What is activate: u?<br />A collection of free resources available to promote healthy eating and physical activity<br />Posters, Powerpoints, Videos, and more coming soon<br />
    61. 61. Student involvement in healthy eating<br />Having students on wellness committee’s<br />Student group partner with local chef to come up with new menu item<br />School store overhaul<br />Mini-grants for student groups<br />Always looking for new ideas<br />
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    68. 68. What is activate: u?<br />A collection of free resources available to promote healthy eating and physical activity<br />Posters, Powerpoints, Videos, and more coming soon<br />
    69. 69. Buttons and screenprinting!<br />Button makers are from buybuttonparts.com<br />Screenprinting tutorial on our website.<br />http://c.ataly.st/catalystscreen<br />
    70. 70. WHAT’S NEXT?<br />Check out our website for our resources<br />Email me if you have student groups that would be interested in working on these issues – andy@bethecatalyst.org<br />

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