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Interactive presentation to learn more about youth preferences.

Interactive presentation to learn more about youth preferences.

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    Team Nutrition Team Nutrition Presentation Transcript

    • Team Nutrition and You
    • What is your gender?
      • Male
      • Female
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    • What is your ethnicity?
      • African-American/Black
      • American Indian/Alaskan Native
      • Asian
      • Caucasian/White
      • Hispanic/Latino
      • Multiracial
      • Choose not to respond
      • Other
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    • What grade are you in?
      • 9 th
      • 10 th
      • 11 th
      • 12 th
      • Other
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    • What type of school do you attend?
      • Public
      • Private
      • Alternative School
      • Home-school
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    • How many students attend your high school?
      • Less than 200
      • 200-400
      • 401-600
      • More than 600
      • Not Sure
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    • Do you feel you make healthy food choices?
      • Some of the time
      • Most of the time
      • Not very often
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    • Do you see yourself as a role model to others in your community?
      • Yes, to younger students
      • Yes, to peers
      • Yes, to younger students and peers
      • Don’t see myself as a role model
      • Not sure
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    • What do you normally eat for lunch during the school day?
      • From the school lunch line
      • From the a la carte line
      • Off campus
      • I bring my own lunch
      • None of the above
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    • Do you think the school cafeteria offers a good variety of healthy food choices?
      • Some days
      • Most days
      • Always healthy choices available
      • Don’t know
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    • Would you like to have your school offer fresh fruit and vegetables that are locally grown?
      • Yes
      • No
      • Don’t care
      • Maybe
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    • Should schools be required to only offer healthy choices in vending machines and in the a la carte line and eliminate selling soda and junk food?
      • Yes
      • No
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    • Should schools be required to include Nutritional Education into the Health Education Curriculum?
      • Yes
      • No
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    • Do you think changing laws that support schools and their ability to promote healthy lifestyle choices is a good idea?
      • Yes
      • No
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    • Does what your friends are eating influence your food choices?
      • Most of the time
      • Some of the time
      • Nearly all of the time
      • Never
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    • Should schools only offer healthy food choices as a part of the fundraising program?
      • Yes
      • No
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    • Do you think most students in your school are receptive to increasing physical activity during the school day?
      • Yes
      • No
      • Don’t know
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    • In addition to regular PE class, on average are you physically active…
      • About 30-60 minutes 5 or more times/week
      • About 30-60 minutes 3-4 times/week
      • About 30-60 minutes 1-2 times/week
      • Only on an occasional basis
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    • If you are enrolled in Physical Education this quarter, how often do you have structured PE class per week?
      • 1 time
      • 2 times
      • 3 times
      • 4 times
      • Daily
      • I am not enrolled in Physical Education
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    • What do you think is the best way schools should increase physical activity with their students?
      • Intramurals
      • Additional physical education classes
      • After school clubs
      • In-class activity breaks
      • All of the above
      • Other
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