ACROSS NH (A Comprehensive Resource for Out-of-Schooltime Staff New Hampshire)
With a cadre of talented consultants, ACROSS NH provides comprehensive technical assistance, structured coaching and mentoring, and both basic and advanced professional development opportunities to the school-age, afterschool staff.
Healthy Kids Hub Website
The Hub provides hundreds of free and low-cost resources including tips sheets, videos, and products. All resources help out-of-school adopt 3 core principles:
- Drink Right: Choose water instead of sugar-sweetened beverages.
- Move More: Boost movement and physical activity in all programs
- Snack Smart: Fuel up on fruits and vegetables.
Coordinated Approach to Child Health - CATCH National or CATCH New Hampshire
An evidence-based, coordinated school health program designed to promote physical activity and healthy food choices, and prevent tobacco use in children from preschool through grade 8.
5-2-1-0 Goes After School
Program documents and resources your own after school program.
Afterschool Gets Moving!
An evidence-based resource that promotes safer and healthier physical activity in after school.
Harvard School of Public Health – Food & Fun Curriculum
Food & Fun After School (© President and Fellows of Harvard College and YMCA of the USA) is a curriculum designed to develop healthy habits out of school time. Eleven teaching units help programs infuse healthy snacks and recipes, physically active games, and creative learning activities into regular program schedules. Curriculum materials are available free of charge.
Today's SPARK After School Program targets all out-of-school physical activity programs (e.g., after school, YMCA, Boys and Girls Club, recreation center, day care center, or camps). Years of research and extensive field-testing throughout the country has shown SPARK After School to be effective for children and adolescents ages 5-14. The SPARK after school philosophy: Include ALL
NFL Play 60
NFL PLAY 60 is the National Football League's campaign to encourage kids to be active for 60 minutes a day in order to help reverse the trend of childhood obesity.
America's move to raise a generation of healthier kids