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					                              University of California’s

           FOOD STAMP NUTRITION EDUCATION PROGRAM
                        OF CALIFORNIA

                                    (UC-FSNEP)


                                       FFY 07


Developed by:

University of California                            California Department
Davis, California                                   of Social Services Collaborators
Amy Block Joy, FSNEP Director                       Mike Papin
Beverly Benford, Analyst IV                         Charlotte Doisy


Supplementary Project Staff
Carl Keen
Robert Rucker
Patricia Crawford
Sharon Junge
Lucia Kaiser
Francene Steinberg                          Submitted to Office of Research/DHS/CDSS:
Judith Stern                                July 14, 2006
Marilyn Townsend
Karen Varcoe
May Wang
Sheri Zidenberg-Cherr
                                          TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. INTRODUCTION TO FFY 07 ......................................................................................... - 1 -

Section A: Identifying and Understanding the Target Audience ...................................... - 3 -
1. Needs Assessment Methodology & Findings ....................................................................... - 3 -
a. Demographic characteristics of Food Stamp program eligibles in California. ..................... - 4 -
b. Nutrition-Related Behavioral and Lifestyle Characteristics of Food Stamp Eligible Children,
Adolescents, and Adults in California. ..................................................................................... - 6 -
c. Other Nutrition-Related Programs Serving Low-Income Persons in California................. - 12 -
d. Areas of California Where Food Stamp Program Eligibles Are Underserved or Have Not Had
Access to FSNE previously..................................................................................................... - 18 -

Chart 1: Program Demographics/Food Stamp Households.............................................. - 20 -

Section B: Goals, Objectives, Strategies and Coordination .............................................. - 21 -
1.       Goals & Objectives for UC-FSNEP......................................................................... - 21 -
2.       Nutrition Education Interventions ............................................................................ - 22 -
a.       Program Delivery – Direct Teaching and Supplementary Projects ......................... - 22 -
(1) Adult Program Delivery .................................................................................................... - 22 -
(2) Youth Program Delivery .................................................................................................. - 23 -
(3) Supplementary Program Delivery .................................................................................... - 24 -

Chart 1B: Summary of FSNEP Supplementary Projects for FFY 07 .............................. - 25 -
b.      Audience and Category: Targeting Plan for Reaching Eligible Population ............. - 38 -
c.      How our program will focus on FSP eligibles: ........................................................ - 38 -
d.      How our program is implemented: .......................................................................... - 38 -
e.      Summary of existing research: ................................................................................. - 38 -
f.      Justification for adapting or changing project methods: .......................................... - 38 -

Figure 1: FSNEP Participating Counties ............................................................................ - 39 -

Chart 2A: Adult UC-FSNEP Targeting Plan (FFY07) ........................................................... 41

Chart 2B: Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting Plan (FFY 07) ......................................................... 67
g.      EXISTING EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS ............................................................. 144
        Adult Curriculum Materials ........................................................................................ 144
        Youth Curriculum Materials ....................................................................................... 146
h.      NEW EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS ...................................................................... 147
3)      PROPOSED EVALUATION ACTIVITIES............................................................... 148
a.      County Demographic and Evaluation Results ............................................................ 148
a.      Reporting Procedures .................................................................................................. 149
4)      COORDINATION EFFORTS WITH OTHER FNS PROGRAMS ........................... 151
a.      Other FSN Programs ................................................................................................... 151
b.      State Nutrition Action Plan ......................................................................................... 151
c.      Department of Education and School Administration ................................................ 152
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d.           Other ........................................................................................................................... 152

Section D: Budget Summary .................................................................................................. 159
1)       Budget Narrative ......................................................................................................... 159

Chart 3: Statewide Budget ...................................................................................................... 160

Chart 4: California FSNEP In-Kind Costs FFY 06/07 ......................................................... 167

APPENDIX A: Template 4 2007 Nutrition Education Plan Budget Summary ................ 168

Section E. Assurances .............................................................................................................. 169

Section F: Waiver Requests ................................................................................................... 171

Section G: Signatures .............................................................................................................. 172
             Template 8: 2006 Nutrition Education Plan Signatures ................................. 172

APPENDIX I: Targeting for Waiver Request Information ................................................. 173

Attachment IA: FSNEP Enrollment Form ............................................................................ 174
        Attachment IB: Agency MOUs ................................................................................. 175

DRAFT: AGREEMENT ......................................................................................................... 177

Roles And Responsibilities ...................................................................................................... 179

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ......................................................................... 182

CALIFORNIA STATE NUTRITION ACTION PLAN ....................................................... 183




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I.   INTRODUCTION TO FFY 07

     The University of California (UC-FSNEP) and the California Department of Social Services
     (CDSS) have developed a joint proposal to implement the Food Stamp Nutrition Education
     Program (FSNEP) to address the nutrition education needs of California’s Food Stamp recipi-
     ents for FFY 07. This year, UC-FSNEP will be working closely with its partner, the California
     Nutrition Network, located in the Department of Health Services, Sacramento, California.

     CDSS is the designated state agency responsible for the administration of the Food Stamp Pro-
     gram in California. The University of California, Davis Campus is the administrator of UC-
     FSNEP. UC-FSNEP is implemented by the Cooperative Extension arm of the Division of Ag-
     riculture at Natural Resources (UCCE-DANR). UCCE has County Extension offices in 52
     counties in California and offers research-based programs in Home Economics, Agriculture,
     Toxicology, Forestry and other Natural Resources. County Nutrition Advisors, Youth Advisors
     and Farm Advisors coordinate, direct and implement research and education programs, training,
     and public service to all Californians. In addition, the statewide Expanded Food and Nutrition
     Education Program (EFNEP) is operated by UC.

     CDSS will renew the inter-agency agreement with UC to provide nutrition education services in
     accordance with the provisions of this Nutrition Education Plan (NEP). UC will provide the
     state match to fund the program. CDSS will serve as the conduit for the federal matching funds
     and will assist as needed with liaison activities with county welfare departments. In addition to
     the contact between the local county extension offices and county welfare departments, CDSS
     will keep all counties informed of nutrition education activities and opportunities on an as-
     needed basis.

     UCCE staff will work cooperatively with the local county welfare departments and other local
     agencies to provide nutrition education services to Food Stamp applicants and recipients. It is
     not the intent of this project to increase the workload of the county welfare department. County
     welfare departments will be encouraged to assist with UCCE’s activities whenever possible
     (e.g. distribute newsletter, offer space for classes, etc.), but are not mandated to perform func-
     tions that cannot be absorbed into the normal workload without creating a burden and incurring
     additional costs.

     The program consists of Adult and Youth program components and will operate in 42 Califor-
     nia counties, some of which are in multiple county program groups called “program units” (e.g.,
     The Adult FSNEP program unit of Monterey/San Benito/Santa Cruz serves three counties while
     the Youth FSNEP program unit of Sutter/Yuba serves two counties.) An ADULT nutrition ed-
     ucation program will enroll Food Stamp eligibles on a voluntary basis at the local county wel-
     fare department and other sites. Nutrition education lessons will focus on the following topics:
     self-sufficiency, food budgeting, managing resources, food preparation skills, food safety and
     sanitation, and feeding infants and children. A YOUTH nutrition education program will target
     schools with large numbers of students from Food Stamp households (over 50% enrolled in the
     free and reduced-price school lunch). Teachers at the school sites will be trained to deliver a
     nutrition education program targeted at youth audiences.


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This plan utilizes the existing UCCE infrastructure. Using this structure will provide trained
program staff (there is a Home Economist and/or Youth Advisor in every county we are target-
ing who will manage and supervise the program at the local level); office space and resources
(in Cooperative Extension county offices); and program materials (FSNEP materials are availa-
ble in all counties where a food and nutrition professional is available). Education delivery is
not in proportion to the size of the county Food Stamp population.




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Section A: Identifying and Understanding the Target Audience

1. Needs Assessment Methodology & Findings

Needs Assessment Methodology
Describe and justify your methodology for assessing the needs of Food Stamp program eligibles in California

Since Food Stamp Nutrition Education (FSNE) began at the University of California (UC) in FFY
1992 and expanded to the California Department of Health Services (CDHS) in FFY 1997, needs as-
sessment methods have been continually upgraded to plan, run and evaluate California’s large and di-
verse FSNE campaign. Initially, we built on available research and existing reporting systems. As
targeting requirements became more specific, existing data sources were tailored for USDA’s new re-
quirements, additional surveys were tapped to provide needed information, and special reporting sys-
tems were developed.

Demographics: The first comprehensive State profile was developed by the Cancer Prevention and
Nutrition Section (CPNS) in 1996 as part of a USDA planning grant and since then has been updated
by using new information as it comes available, including the California Department of Social Ser-
vice’s Food Stamp Characteristics Survey, to illustrate the demographic characteristics of Food Stamp
program eligibles in California. For FFY 2007 this section was supplemented with food insecurity data
from USDA’s Household Food Security in the United States, 2004 Economic Research Report Number
11, the 2003 California Health Interview Survey (CHIS), target audience data from the 2000 Census,
and the 2003-04 California Department of Education CalWORKS data. Additional data were compiled
for the appendix and to help summarize the target audience. These include:

       Attachment 1.A—Food Stamp Households, Ethnic Profile and Totals, by County
       Attachment 1.B—County Level Poverty, Food Insecurity and Food Stamp Participation
       Attachment 2—2000 Census Demographic Profile, <130% and <185% FPL, by Race/Ethnicity,
        Age, and Family Composition of Persons; Educational Attainment for Adults <125 percent and
        <185 percent FPL, by County
       Attachment 3—California FSNE Map, with Network Projects and UC FSNEP Sites, by County
       Attachment 4—California FSNE Projects/Sites, with Eligible Individuals, Census Tracts, and
        Schools, by County
       Attachment 5—Schools, >50% Free/Reduced Price Meals, by County
       Attachment 6—Type and Location of Food Stamp Retailers, by Eligible Census Tracts, <130
        percent FPL and <185 percent FPL
       Attachment 7—Intra- and Inter-Governmental Infrastructure.

Specialized representative surveys with over-samples of the target population, questions added to larg-
er representative surveys, UC’s reporting system, and the Network’s Semi-Annual Reporting System
are used to provide needed information, as follows:

                The California Dietary Practices Survey of Adults (biennially, 1989 on)
                The California Teen Eating, Exercise and Nutrition Survey (biennially, 1998 on)
                The California Children’s Healthy Eating and Exercise Practices Survey (biennially,
                 1999 on)
                The Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (annual)

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                 The California Women’s Health Survey (annual, 2000 on)
                 The California Health Interview Survey (biennially, 2001 on)
                 The Network Communications Benchmark Survey (annual, 2004 on)

Diet, Physical Activity, and Food Insecurity: The University of California-FSNEP program has con-
tinuously monitored needs since it began in 1992. The Food Behavior Checklist (FBC) is utilized for
adults and the Evaluation and Reporting System (ERS) survey for youth. The FBC was developed to
assess the diet, food-related skills and behavior practices of all individuals enrolled in the program. Of
the 21 items in the FBC, 9 of them have been validated for fruit and vegetable consumption (Town-
send, Kaiser, Allen, Joy, Murphy, Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 35:69-82, 2003).
Other questions assess food safety needs, food shopping needs, and other diet practices related indirect-
ly to fruit and vegetable consumption (eating at fast food restaurants, drinking soda, high fat food con-
sumption, drinking low-fat milk).

CPNS uses findings from the 1999, 2001, 2003 and 2005 California Children’s Healthy Eating and
Exercise Practices Survey, the 1998, 2000 and 2002 California Teen Eating, Exercise, and Nutrition
Survey, the 1999, 2001, and 2003 California Dietary Practices Survey, and the 2005 California Nutri-
tion Network Benchmark Communications Survey to monitor the nutrition-related behavioral and life-
style characteristics of FSNE-eligibles, as compared with other Californians. The emphasis is on fruits,
vegetables, physical activity, food insecurity, and –more recently– body weight. Over the past 15 years
the CPNS surveys have advanced the evidence base for implementing large-scale, vertically integrated
social marketing campaigns. Starting in 1995, oversampling has increased in order to better target low-
income audiences for the purpose of providing support, guidance and redirection for Food Stamp nutri-
tion education interventions.

Needs Assessment Findings

a. Demographic characteristics of Food Stamp program eligibles in California.
If information is available, discuss geographic location, race/ethnicity, age, gender, family composition, education, and pri-
         mary language.

California’s Profile of Food Stamp Program Participants: In 2005, the Food Stamp Program’s
monthly caseload averaged 1.97 of California’s 35 million people (DSS, DFA 256 monthly reports).
Based on FFY 2002 demographic information, 62 percent—or approximately 1.2 million—of Califor-
nia’s food stamp recipients are under the age of sixteen (California Department of Social Services.
Food Stamp Household Characteristics Survey—Federal Fiscal Year 2002). The average child’s age
was 8.3 years, and the average age of head of household was 36.6 years. Among the 683,000 Food
Stamp households, about 27,000—or 4 percent--were headed by a person over the age of 60, and
80,000—about 12 percent--were headed by a disabled person. The household size averaged 2.7 per-
sons. Fifty percent of households included other persons not receiving Food Stamps, averaging 2.3 ad-
ditional people. About 50 percent of households received cash assistance in addition to Food Stamps,
and just under a third (32 percent) of households also reported working for salary or wages.

The ethnicities of heads of households were Latino (34 percent), Caucasian (30 percent), African
American (25 percent) and Other (10 percent), principally Vietnamese and other Asian or Pacific Is-
landers. The ethnicities of the recipients were 46 percent Latino, 21 percent Caucasian, 19 percent Af-
rican American, and 13 percent Other. The heads of household were 76 percent women; non-citizens
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made up 9 percent of all recipients; and refugees made up 2 percent. Although there is no primary lan-
guage information available specifically for Food Stamp participants, among low-income (<150%
FPL) Californians over age 5, over 39% report Spanish and 23% report Asian or Pacific Island lan-
guage’s as their language spoken at home. (2000 U.S. Census)

Attachment 1.A shows the ethnic breakdown of Food Stamp households for all California counties
where the data are available. Attachment 1.B shows the prevalence of poverty, food insecurity and food
stamp participation by county.

California’s Profile of FSNE-Eligible Groups: California’s total state/federal FSNE effort includes
the approximately 2 million Californians who, in any given month, are receiving Food Stamps and the
approximately additional 8.1 million Californians (with gross incomes <185 percent Federal Poverty
Level) who are defined by USDA FNS as FSNE-eligible with the waiver but who are not participating
in FSP. The groups are diverse and transitional because families struggling out of poverty typically
have fluctuating incomes that make them intermittent participants in the Food Stamp Program. For
community interventions, this income level harmonizes with eligibility levels of other means-tested
programs such as WIC and reduced price school meals. Of the 10.1 million FSNE-eligible Californi-
ans, 3.6 million are under age 18, which is 40 percent of all California children (2000 U.S. Census).

Attachment 2 shows the demographic profile of individuals below 130% and 185% FPL including
race/ethnicity, age, and family composition. Educational attainment is also provided for adults below
125 % and 185% FPL for all California counties. These data are invaluable when targeting counties
with FSNE efforts to reach the diverse Food Stamp eligible population.

Target Audiences: The principal FSNE audiences are low-income families with children who com-
prise an estimated 81 percent of Food Stamp households. The attached California FSNE map shows
where the Network projects and UC FSNEP intervention sites are serving Food Stamp eligible families
(Attachment 3).

All 58 California counties receive services through the 11 Regional Nutrition Networks, and 51 coun-
ties have services from one or more Local Incentive Awardees, county programs or special projects.
FSNE efforts are concentrated in locations demonstrating the most need based on the prevalence of
FSP participation/eligibility, low-income census tracts, or school with high numbers of Free and Re-
duced Price school meals (Attachment 4). The direct service projects target the estimated 1,300 census
tracts (of 7,049 in the State) where ≥ 50 percent of the residents have incomes ≤ 185 percent of the fed-
eral poverty level (see Attachment 4), other venues serving large numbers of low-income people, and
the estimated 5,000 schools (of 9,400+ in the State) where ≥ 50 percent of the students qualify for Free
and Reduced Price Meal (FRPM) (CDE, 2005-06 FRPM data file) (Attachment 4 and 5). English and
Spanish are the primary languages used, but services are also available in 20 other languages. Since
low-income Californians reside in economically dispersed communities, with only 44 percent of Food
Stamp participants (FFY04 Medi-Cal Eligibility Data System (MEDS) and 37 percent of the larger
FSNE-eligible population (U.S. Census, 2000) living within census tracts that qualify for FSNE, it is
critical to find effective ways to target them through media, retail, worksites, faith organizations, and
other suitable channels.

California’s FSNE programs at UC-FSNEP and CPNS have developed and used the surveys and data
sets listed above to set their objectives, monitor change, and evaluate results for the targeted low-
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income segments. UC-FSNEP and CPNS both maintain reporting systems that document the type and
amount of intervention activity being offered to FSNE populations. By 2003, state surveys begin indi-
cating positive dietary and physical activity changes in mean servings of FV among the lowest income
segments. Although positive change was seen in the non-targeted highest level income group, it was
not seen in the middle-income non-targeted groups, this suggests that the combined effects of
statewide, regional, and local FSNE interventions are changing behavior. These new results are de-
scribed more fully in Section B of the Introduction, below.

b. Nutrition-Related Behavioral and Lifestyle Characteristics of Food Stamp Eligible Children, Adoles-
         cents, and Adults in California. If information is available, discuss implications of dietary and
        food purchasing habits and where and how food stamp eligibles eat, redeem food stamp bene-
        fits, live, learn work and play in your State.

California Children

Low-Income Children Need to Improve Their Fruit and Vegetable Consumption: Findings from
the representative 2005 CalCHEEPS (N=712) indicated that 9- to 11-year-old children who reside in
households receiving Food Stamps averaged 3.2 servings of fruits and vegetables (FV) on a typical
school day, with less than one-quarter meeting the recommended 5 a Day goal that was current through
2004. This compares to only 3.0 servings and 13 percent, respectively, among other children in the
State. Even fewer children met the new FV recommendations proposed in the 2005 Dietary Guidelines
for Americans (24 vs. 15 percent; 2003 CalCHEEPS, N=632).

Over the past 5 years, as Network and UC-FSNEP interventions aimed at elementary school children
have increased, the surveys have documented significant increases in Campaign recall and FV con-
sumption among children from Food Stamp homes, while FV intake among higher income children in
the State has remained the same (1999-2003 CalCHEEPS). At baseline in 1999 (N=814), the differ-
ences between the two groups were not statistically significant.

Low-Income Children Need Improved School Environments to Facilitate Healthy Lifestyles: For
California, the average daily student participation in the national school lunch program is 2.8 million,
of whom 75 percent receive FRPM meals (State of the States 2006). State surveillance showed that
most children from homes using Food Stamps ate school lunch 3 or more times in the past week (88
percent), with three-quarters (74 percent) eating school lunch daily (compared with others at 51 and 36
percent, respectively; 2005 CalCHEEPS). School meal program participation demonstrated a con-
sistent, positive relationship to FV consumption across survey years (1999, 2001, and 2003
CalCHEEPS). Higher participation in the school meal programs will help increase FV intake among
low-income children.

While many children from Food Stamp homes utilize the school meal program, only about half report-
ed getting nutrition lessons (47 percent) and fewer than two-thirds received lessons on exercise and
health at school (64 percent) compared to 57 and 74 percent, respectively, among other children (2005
CalCHEEPS). Attending nutrition lessons showed a significant positive relationship to FV consump-
tion in 1999 and 2001, and exercise lessons demonstrated a similar relationship to minutes of vigorous
physical activity in 2001 and 2003 (CalCHEEPS). Access to nutrition, exercise, and health lessons at
school will encourage and empower low-income children to make healthy lifestyle choices.

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Low-Income Children Need to Eat Less High Calorie, Low Nutrient Foods: About three-quarters
of children who reside in households receiving Food Stamps reported consuming fast food at least once
in the past week (71 percent), similar to the percent among other children in the State (74 percent; 2005
CalCHEEPS). Additional findings showed that these children ate 4.3 servings of high calorie, low nu-
trient foods on a typical school day, half a serving more than other children (3.8 servings; 2005
CalCHEEPS). The most common item consumed by children living in Food Stamp homes was sweets
(1.8 servings), followed by soda/sweetened beverages (1.4 servings) and high-fat snacks (1.1 servings;
2005 CalCHEEPS).

Low-Income Children Need to Improve Their Physical Activity: For physical activity (PA), the
2005 CalCHEEPS revealed that fewer than two out of five children who reside in households receiving
Food Stamps (39 percent) reported meeting the recommendation to get 60 minutes or more of moderate
and vigorous daily physical activity compared with 46 percent of other children in the State. Only half
of children from Food Stamp homes (53 percent) believed 60 or minutes of daily PA is needed for
good health, similar to the findings among others (51 percent). Over the past 5 years, CalCHEEPS
documented a statistically significant increase in PA among children from Food Stamp homes (1999-
2003).

Low-Income Children Need to Reduce Their Sedentary Activity: On average, children who reside
in households receiving Food Stamps reported spending 103 minutes per day watching television or
playing video/computer games for fun, over 20 minutes more than the amount of time spent on seden-
tary activities among other children in the State (80 minutes; 2005 CalCHEEPS). In addition, almost
three-quarters of children from Food Stamp homes reported having a television in their bedroom com-
pared to half of others (51 percent; 2005 CalCHEEPS).

Low-Income Children Need to Eliminate Disparities in Healthy Weight: The 2005 rates of at-risk
and overweight were 12 percentage points higher for children from Food Stamp homes. While 39 per-
cent of children from higher income families reported heights and weights placing them at risk of
overweight or overweight, over half of the children from Food Stamp did so, with 16 percent at risk
and 34 percent already overweight (CalCHEEPS).

Low-Income Parents Need Support to Help Their Children Achieve a Healthy Lifestyle:
2005 State surveillance showed that children who reside in households receiving Food Stamps were
significantly less likely than other children to feel that:
     In their home, there are always fruits kept out in a place where they can get them (50 vs.73 per-
        cent; p<.05) and
     Their family exercises together by doing things like going to the park, playing sports, or riding
        bikes (54 vs. 75 percent; p<.001).
These children were significantly more likely to feel that:
     Their parents make them stay inside after school rather than letting them play outside (38 vs. 24
        percent; p<.01).



California Adolescents



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California Teens Need to Increase Fruit and Vegetable Consumption: The 2002 California Teen
Eating, Exercise and Nutrition Survey (CalTEENS) (n=1204) was drawn to be representative of the
2,890,133 (2000 US Census) 12- to 17-year-old teens residing in California. From 2000 to 2002, total
consumption of fruits and vegetables among teens decreased from 4.5 to 4.3. (2000 and 2002
CalTEENS) In 2002 fruit and vegetable consumption decreased for Whites from a mean of 4.7 servings
in 2000 to 4.0 in 2002, dropping from being the ethnic group eating more than all others to the group
eating less, with 4.1 servings for African Americans, 4.5 for Asians/Others and 4.7 for Latinos (2000
and 2002 CalTEENS). Of the 4.3 total servings of fruits and vegetables consumed by California teens,
only 1.3 servings were from vegetables or salads, one-third or less than the recommended amount for
this age group (2002 CalTEENS). The number of teens meeting the recommended amount of fruits and
vegetables (5 servings for girls, 7 for boys) decreased from 35 percent in 2000 to 31 in 2002 with just
under half reporting no vegetables or salads in their diet yesterday (48 percent, 2000 and 2002
CalTEENS).

In 2000, ten percent of all Californians below 185% FPL were 12- to 17-year-old adolescents. This
includes over one million teens. Eighty-one percent of low-income adolescents were non-white (2000
US Census), demonstrating the disproportionate number of non-white teens who are poor in California.
As with many other teen surveys, the 1998-2004 CalTEENS did not ask for family income. However,
since minority youth are much more likely to be low-income than Caucasians (≤ 185% FPL: 50 percent
of African American and 54 percent of Latino teens vs. 19 percent of White teens; 2000 US Census),
we use minority status as a proxy indicator for FSNE eligibility. Reported hunger is also an indicator
of FSNE eligibility and is more prevalent among teen minorities. Low-income and minority teens are
also more likely to eat school meals.

The use of CalTEENS’ hunger questions and subgroups, such as minority status and school meal par-
ticipation, provides some insight into the low-income teen population in California. In 2002, 5 percent
of Asian and of African American teens reported being hungry in the past year because “there was not
enough food in the house,” which is double the percent reported by Whites and Latinos (1 and 3 per-
cent respectively). In 2002, 95 percent of teens who ate school breakfast reported eating no fruits, vege-
tables, or juice at breakfast the previous day.

Teen Overweight and Obesity Needs to Decrease; Weights Remain High: In 2002, 24 percent of
teens were at-risk (BMI ≥ 85th percentile but < 95th percentile) or already overweight (BMI ≥ 95th per-
centile). (2002 CalTEENS). In 2002, 29 and 30 percent of Latino and African American teens were
overweight or at risk or overweight, compared to Whites (20 percent) and Asians (13 percent) (2002
CalTEENS). Overweight and at risk for overweight for Whites increased from 17 percent in 2000 to
20 percent in 2002, more than for any other ethnicity.

Teen Physical Activity Needs to Increase; Rates Appear to Be Dropping Dramatically: In 2002,
only 54 percent of teens reported being physically active five or more days a week, a drop of 7 percent-
age points from 61 percent in 2000 (2000 and 2002 CalTEENS). The percentage of Latino teens active
for five or more days dropped from 53 percent in 2000 to 44 percent in 2002 (2000 and 2002
CalTEENS).


California Adults

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Low-Income Adults Are Food Insecure: Among adults with incomes <200 percent FPL, the 2003
California Health Interview Survey found an increase of 5 percentage points in food insecurity between
2001 and 2003. More than 10 percent of adults reported experiencing food insecurity with hunger –
and increase of 2 percentage points –and an additional 24 percent were food insecure without hunger. It
projected that 2.9 million low-income adults could not always afford to put food on the table, while
more than 1 in 10 adults with incomes <200 percent FPL experienced episodes of hunger. The United
States Department of Agriculture estimates food insecurity in California at 12.4 percent (average 2002-
04) compared to the national rate of 11.4 percent (2002-04) (Nord, Andrews, Carlson, Household Food
Insecurity in the United States, 2004).

Low-Income Adults Need to Improve Their Fruit and Vegetable Intake: Many published studies
by faculty at the University of California have shown that fruit and vegetable consumption practices of
low-income Food Stamp families are below the national recommendations (Joy, California Agricul-
ture, 58:206-208, 2004; Joy, Feldman, Fujii, Garcia, Metz, California Agriculture, 53:24-28, 1999;
Lamp, West, George, Wright, and Joy, Journal of Nutrition Education, 31:941-98, 1999; Joy and Doi-
sy, Journal of Nutrition Education, 28: 123-126, 1996; Townsend, Kaiser, Allen, Joy, Murphy, Journal
of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 35: 69-82, 2003; West, Lamp, Joy, Murphy, California Agricul-
ture, 53:29-32, 1999; Heneman, Zidenberg-Cherr, Joy, Donahue, Garcia et al., Journal of Amer. Dietet-
ic Assoc., 2005). Dietary behavior practices have been measured over the last 10 years in 1,447 Food
Stamp clients enrolled in the University’s nutrition education program. Published results demonstrate
that over 70 percent of Food Stamp clients need to improve their dietary intake of fruits and vegetables
(Joy, California Agriculture, 2004). In addition, a number of dietary factors that are also indicative of
the need for nutrition education include: consumption of a high fat diet by >70 percent of clients; con-
sumption of a diet high in sugar and low in calcium, and a high consumption of soda beverages (in-
stead of water or milk) among adults and youth (Joy, California Agriculture, 2004). A diet rich in
folate foods (which include fruits and vegetables) is also needed in these families (Clifford, Noceti,
Joy, Block, Block, Journal of Nutrition, 124: 137-143, 2005).

For California’s total population, the 2003 California Dietary Practices Survey (CDPS) of 1,032 adults
revealed that very low-income adults (households less than $15,000) consumed, on average, only 3.8
servings of fruits and vegetables daily, compared to 4.4 servings for persons with the highest incomes
adults (households greater than $50,000) who reported the most servings. Low income adults who re-
ported receiving food stamps in the last 12 months consumed, on average, only 3.6 servings of fruits
and vegetables. Disparities also occurred between income levels and participation in the Food Stamp
program with regards to eating the then recommended 5 servings of fruits and vegetables a day. About
one third (32 percent) of the very low-income adults and one third of food stamp recipients (30 per-
cent) met these recommendations, while 42 percent of the highest income group did so. Among the
very low-income adults, 36 percent reported consuming 2 or fewer servings of fruits and vegetables,
compared to food stamp recipients who were more likely to consume 2 or fewer servings (39 percent).
Only 26 percent who ate 2 or fewer were in the highest income group (2003 CDPS).

However, there are indications that trends are shifting in FSNE adults. Comparing data from our 1997
Network baseline to the 2003 CDPS reveals an 8 percentage point increase (from 24 to 32 percent) in
very low-income adults who ate 5 or more servings, compared with the 5 percentage point increase
seen in the statewide population (33 to 38 percent). More recent data from the 2005 Behavioral Risk
Factor Survey revealed that the percent of low income adults (household income of $15,000-24,999)

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who reported eating 5 or more servings of fruits and vegetables was slightly higher than those in the
highest income category, as well as the state average (30.3, 29.6, and 28.9 percent, respectively).

There is still more work to be done. While only 20 percent of the very low-income adults had heard
that fruits and vegetables help prevent heart disease, this compares favorably with the statewide aver-
age of 23 percent (2001 CDPS). Similarly, about half of all very low income adults (52 percent) and
food stamp recipients (49 percent) had heard that the then recommended 5 or more servings of fruits
and should be eaten for good health, compared to the statewide average of 80 percent. (2003 CDPS),
signaling a need for continued education.

The Network Communications Benchmark Survey in 2005 assessed the awareness of the potential ben-
efits of fruits and vegetables in special samples of Food Stamp participants. The great majority of Food
stamp recipients agreed that eating fruits and vegetables helped them look and feel better (96 percent),
control their weight (93 percent) and set a good example for their family (98 percent).

Low-Income Adults Need Increased Availability of Fruits and Vegetables; Cost Is a Significant
Barrier: Like adults generally, low-income adults reported many barriers to eating more fruits and
vegetables (2003 CDPS). More than half of low-income adults reported fruits and vegetables were hard
to buy in fast food places (68 percent) and hard to get at work (64 percent). In addition, nearly half of
low-income adults (45 percent) and Food Stamp recipients (46 percent) stated that fruits and vegetables
were too expensive. This percentage is much higher than either the 16 percent of adults in the highest
income group ($50,000 or more) or the state average of 28 percent. Similar results were reported in the
2005 California 5 a Day Campaign Benchmark Survey which found that the cost of fruits and vegeta-
bles was an important perceived barrier for more than one third of Food Stamp recipients (35 percent),
slightly higher than the general population recipients (31 percent). The ability to find good fresh fruits
and vegetables was also a barrier reported by 23 percent of Food Stamp recipients (2005 Network
Communications Benchmark Survey).

Low-Income Adults Need to Decrease Fast Food Intake: Like other adults, those with low incomes
eat many meals away from home. The 2003 Final Report to the USDA (Joy, Benford, UC-FSNEP Fi-
nal Report, December, 2003) includes results on a number of indicators related to eating out in fast
food restaurants. For 3,664 participants who completed the Food Behavior Checklist (FBC), over 80
percent reported that they ate at fast food restaurants 3 or more times a week.

The 2003 California Dietary Practices Survey also found that on a typical day more than half of low
income adults (53 percent) who ate meals outside of the house ate at fast food establishments, as com-
pared with 30 percent of adults in the highest income category. This is significant because, for all
adults eating fast food, the average consumption of fruits and vegetables was only 3.3 servings, signifi-
cantly lower than the 4.3 servings consumed by those who did not eat out at fast food places. (p<0.001;
2003 CDPS).

Low-Income Adults Want and Need Help Improving Food Preparation and Shopping: Published
results for a study of the food preparation practices of 97 low-income clients reported that most low-
income families would benefit from nutrition education. Adequate cooking skills are needed to prepare
low-cost, nutritious meals that meet current dietary guidelines (West, Lamp, Joy, Murphy, et al., Cali-
fornia Agriculture 53:29-32, 1999). Focus groups conducted before the study indicated that low-

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income families are greatly interested in learning new ways to prepare foods, especially fruits and vege-
tables and low-fat recipes.

While only one-third (37 percent) of low-income adults surveyed in the 2001 California Dietary Prac-
tices Survey read the food section of their newspaper, most (61 percent) reported using weekly super-
market specials in the newspaper. The most typical answer for frequency of shopping was 3-4
times/month (40 percent), with 33 percent shopping more than once a week and 16 percent shopping
no more often than 1-2 times/month. This is compared with the shopping habits of high income adults
(household income of $50,000 or more) where fewer people (38 percent). (2003 CDPS)

Low-Income Adults Need to Increase Physical Activity and Safety; Cost Is a Significant Barrier:
There was little difference in the reported perceived barriers between Food Stamp recipients and other
Californians. Forty-four percent of Food Stamp recipients reported engaging in physical activity at
least five days a week for at least 30 minutes, similar to the general population (45 percent). A little
more than one-third indicated that they were engaged in physical activity fewer than five days a week
and 12 percent were inactive, compared with 36 percent and 11 percent, respectively, among the gen-
eral population. Surprisingly, the majority (86 percent) of the Food Stamp recipients said they were
sure that they could achieve the recommended amount of at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day.
This was similar to the responses of the general population (85 percent) (2005 California 5 a Day
Campaign Benchmark Survey)

That said, a major barrier to increasing physical activity was the lack of safe places where Food Stamp
users lived (28 percent), which was less of a concern to the general population (23 percent). Lack of
time was more of a barrier for the general population than to Food Stamp recipients (42 and 28 percent,
respectively). Interestingly, cost of exercise clothes, equipment, and gym memberships was barrier re-
ported by over half of all respondents, but it had a bigger impact on Food Stamp recipients than the
general population (75 vs. 63 percent) (2005 California 5 a Day Campaign Benchmark Survey).

Low-Income Adults Disparities in Overweight/Obesity Must Be Eliminated: Low-income Califor-
nians, as well as certain ethnic groups, have higher rates of overweight and obesity. The 2003 Califor-
nia Dietary Practices Survey found that 25 percent of very low income adults were obese, compared to
the 15 percent of adults in the highest income category ($50,000 or more). African Americans and His-
panics had a higher rate of obesity than their White counterparts (28 percent and 30 percent, respective-
ly, vs. 16 percent). Education level was also significantly associated with overweight status (p<.01).
Adults who graduated from high school or had less than a high school education had rates of obesity
more than twice that of college graduates (31 percent, 26 percent, and 10 percent respectively).

Poor diet and physical inactivity, as expressed by obesity and overweight, is a significant preventable
cause of death. In California physical inactivity, obesity, and overweight was estimated to cost a total
of $21.7 billion in related health care costs in California in year 2000 dollars and is estimated to in-
crease to $28 billion in 2005.1 Illnesses and costs from diet- and physical activity-related diseases are
known to be disproportionately high among certain ethnic groups and persons with lower incomes.2

1
  Chenoweth, D. (2005). The economic cost of physical inactivity, obesity, and overweight in California adults during the year 2000: a
technical analysis. Sacramento, CA: California Department of Health Services, Cancer Prevention and Nutrition Section and Epidemiol-
ogy and Health Promotion Section.
2
  U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Center of Disease Control and Prevention (2004, August 27). REACH 2010 Surveil-
lance of Health Status in Minority Communities—United States, 2001-2002. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 53 (SS06).
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Low Income Adults Need Better Access to Fruits and Vegetables: The great majority of Californi-
ans (84 percent) report they get most of their fresh fruits and vegetables from supermarkets/grocery
stores, while 8 percent report using farmers’ markets and 8 percent from other sources (2003 CDPS).
Low-income (<$15,000) and Food Stamp recipients most frequently identified a specific large super-
market chain (≥ 10 stores) as the principal source of their fresh fruits and vegetables.

In California, Food Stamp participants may redeem their Food Stamp benefits at over 17,000 Food
Stamp-certified retail establishments, including convenience stores, drug stores and health food stores
(Attachment 6). However, the great majority of Food Stamp dollars in California (84%) are redeemed
at certified retailers classified as supermarkets. Certified supermarkets are less common in low-income
than higher-income areas. For example, supermarkets represent almost a quarter (23%) of the Food
Stamp certified retailers, but in USDA eligible census tracts ( ≥ 50% 185% FPL) only 12% of the certi-
fied retailers are classified as supermarkets suggesting that most Food Stamp participants must have to
patronize supermarkets outside FSNE-qualified census tracts.

Convenient access to good quality and affordable fruits and vegetables is an issue for many low-
income Californians. A report by the Urban and Environmental Policy Institute at Occidental College
in Los Angeles found middle and upper-income neighborhoods had 2.3 times as many supermarkets as
low-income neighborhoods. Similarly, a study in three California counties found only 52 percent of
residents in low-income areas lived within one-half mile (walking distance) of a supermarket (Trans-
portation for Healthy Communities Collaborative, 2002). Even when available, the quality and selec-
tion of the fruits and vegetables may not be adequate to meet low-income consumers’ preference and
need. Of the 1,297 targeted census tracts ( ≥ 50% 185% FPL), 676 (52%) do not include a supermar-
ket, farmer’s market or produce stand.
These realities help explain the findings of USDA studies (Ohls, et. al, 1999) that Food Stamp partici-
pants tend to use their benefits in areas other than those in which they live. In addition, 56 percent of
California’s Food Stamp participants and 63 percent of persons with incomes < 185% FPL do not live
in FSNE eligible census tracts.

Public Awareness and Use of the Food Stamp Program Needs to Increase: According to the most
recent USDA participation rates, less than half (45 percent) of the people who are eligible for Food
Stamps in California receive them (Castner, et. al, 2005). Research has shown eligible persons often do
not participate in the Food Stamp Program because they are not aware of the program or they do not
believe they are eligible. Integrated into regular nutrition education activities, Network projects pro-
vide Food Stamp Program promotional materials and information about the benefits and about the
Food Stamp Program. Given the tremendous number of contacts with low-income persons, these pro-
motional efforts can help increase awareness of the Food Stamp Program as an important potential
source of nutrition assistance for households struggling to be food secure.

c. Other Nutrition-Related Programs Serving Low-Income Persons in California. Discuss the availability of
        other nutrition-related programs, services, and social marketing campaigns (i.e., EFNEP, Child Nutrition services,
        etc).

Facts and Figures: California defies easy description. Our rapidly growing population now exceeds 36
million people, comprising 12 percent of the U.S. total and being 58 percent larger than that of the next
most populous state, Texas. We are home to nearly 28 percent of the nation’s immigrant population,

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making us the most ethnically and racially diverse state in the nation (Center for Immigration Studies,
2005). Our land mass is exceeded only by Texas and Alaska, and our rich agriculture base is chal-
lenged by population growth and urban sprawl. Our local government infrastructure includes 58 coun-
ties, 478 cities, over 1,000 school districts, approximately 9,500 schools, and numerous other special
districts for parks, community colleges, and assorted local services. There are almost 100 federally rec-
ognized Indian Tribes and numerous rancherias, e.g., tribal organizations. In spite of an economy cited
as being sixth largest in the world, we have experienced deep budget deficits and eroding support for
many public programs over the past two decades (Ca Legal Analyst’s Office, Cal Facts 2004). Califor-
nia’s rate of food insecurity is higher than the national average and according to CHIS data rose signif-
icantly from 2001 in 2003. High costs of living are driven by housing, utilities and transportation, plac-
ing considerable stress on families’ discretionary food budgets.

Trends in Large-Scale Nutrition Education Efforts: California is a bellwether state for many trends,
including nutrition interventions. Our progressive tradition began in the 1930’s with agriculture mar-
keting statutes that included nutrition education. It continued mid-century with State augmentations to
federal funding for school meals and nutrition education. This matured in the 1980’s and 1990’s with
help from federal grants that allowed the development of innovative social marketing campaigns, one
of which is the California 5 a Day Campaign, now the world’s largest public/private nutrition partner-
ship for chronic disease prevention through nutrition. Our cultural diversity and favorable agriculture
conditions play out in cuisine that blends ingredients and practices from around the world. California
is fortunate to have foundations and non-profit organizations that provide services, advocacy and lead-
ership for nutrition, physical activity, and food security, much of which targets lower-income groups
and communities.

Funds for Nutrition Education within California Government: USDA’s 2006 FSNE Guidance
asked for a complete summary of each state’s nutrition education activities. California’s State agencies
administer federal categorical programs that include nutrition education, principally through USDA,
the Health Resources and Services Administration, and the Centers for Disease Control and Preven-
tion. Some State General Fund and State Special Fund categorical programs allow local contractors to
include nutrition education as an option through “local assistance” funding to units of local government
and through competitive grants to public and non-profit organizations. Over the past decade as concern
about obesity has risen, so too has the allocation by county, school district, and other local governments
of local and State funds for nutrition education. By far, most of these funds appear to be targeting low-
er-income groups and communities. In spite of and increasing number of state laws on school nutrition
policies, however, this has still not yet translated into earmarked State funds for nutrition education.

State-Local Relationships: In five different State departments, State staff administer a variety of cate-
gorical programs, provide leadership and technical assistance, coordinate program efforts, and oversee
fiscal accountability of the local agencies that deliver the programs. State staff do not provide direct
services to consumers. State staff encourage contractors to use evidence-based or evidence-informed
programs, they develop new interventions when appropriate, and they facilitate taking the best inter-
ventions to-scale in order to reach large numbers of Californians as effectively, efficiently and rapidly
as possible. State staff work with large numbers of external stakeholders to determine “what” needs to
be accomplished, then local partners decide “how”, as much as possible drawing from a menu of prom-
ising or proven interventions. There is progress but as yet no single clearinghouse for nutrition educa-
tion materials and campaigns specifically targeting FSNE-eligible audiences.

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Building an Infrastructure for Nutrition Education that Helps Lower-Income Families with
Children: As described above, California is under growing pressure to deal more effectively with the
problems of poor diet, physical inactivity, food insecurity, and overweight/obesity. However, like
many states and the federal government itself, its infrastructure is still fragmented. In 2002, the Net-
work commissioned the Center for Research on Women and Families, a small policy think tank, to
produce a Primer that would compile information about nutrition programs for program leaders at the
state and local levels. The purpose was to help all stakeholders understand California’s nutrition infra-
structure, optimize the use of federal categorical programs, and work together in coordinating resources
and programs to fill gaps, specifically for low-income communities and FSNE-eligible populations.
Released in 2004, Understanding Nutrition, a 48-page document available at www.ccrwf.org, provides
an extensive summary of California’s largest federally-funded, state-administered nutrition programs.

Availability of Other Nutrition Related Programs Serving Low-Income Californians

This section will provide highlights from the Primer, from a DHS inventory of nutrition and physical
activity programs, and from our knowledge of other governmental organizations that focus on lower-
income families and children. We focus on State government programs. This information has been
used in setting priorities for the ongoing FSNE state plan. For each state program or organization de-
scribed below, we have generally identified funding sources and the program’s relation to the Network
or to low-income issues; the annual reach/participation, budgets, and exact service locations were not
uniformly available. Some websites are listed. Organizations in the non-profit and federal government
sectors, as well as intra-governmental efforts to convene stakeholders and help coordinate statewide
efforts, are described in Attachments 8 and 9.

               While there is considerable activity and leadership within State government, apart
               from the new budget item to support a DHS coordinator, there are as yet no State
               funds earmarked for nutrition education and physical activity to prevent obesity in
               low-income populations or the general public.
       Categorical Programs Operated by California State Government

             * Department of Social Services
       The Emergency Food Assistance Program does not require or provide funding for nutrition
education.
       The California Food Assistance Program does not require or provide funding for nutrition
education.

                * Department of Health Services
        California’s WIC Program provides statewide services through 82 local agencies and serves
an estimated 1,320,000 mothers, infants and children each month, with over 60 percent of all infants
California born each year being eligible. Core nutrition education efforts include an estimated
$54,778,000 spent on nutrition education and $20,490,000 for breastfeeding promotion. Based on suc-
cessful experience with the federally-funded Fit WIC! Pilot project, California is expanding its efforts
to meet the state’s needs for obesity prevention in young children, and it is providing staff leadership
for SNAP. www.wicworks.ca.gov
        The Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health Branch has funded special projects in nutrition,
and obesity prevention is in the top 10 priority health indicators for federal Title V state plans. Most

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MCAH resources are directed to low-income groups; as yet the California MCAH Program has not de-
fined a requirement for nutrition education.
         The Children’s Medical Services (EPSDT) has long provided State funds and exceeded fed-
eral requirements by mandating nutrition assessment and anticipatory guidance in nutrition for the es-
timated 3,391,953 low-income children and youth receiving preventive health care billed through the
Child Health and Disability Prevention Program. A number of counties employ public health nutrition-
ists to work with CHDP health care providers; nutrition education is loosely coordinated through this
group. In the last year, CHDP re-directed its State in-kind away from the Network to Medicaid in order
to receive a higher rate of federal matching funds.
         California Project LEAN focuses on changing school nutrition and physical activity policies
in about 15 school districts and on promoting 1 percent or less fat milk to Spanish-speaking, low-
income mothers in four geographic areas. Its funding which totaled about $1.7 million in 2004 is pro-
vided through the CDC Prevention Block Grant, the Network, The California Endowment, and the Vit-
amin Anti-Trust Settlement. Much of its effort targets low-income communities.
www.californiaprojectlean.org
         The California Center for Physical Activity works through alliances to provide mini-grants,
technical assistance, and model programs, including Walkable Community Workshops, a Healthy
Transportation Network, and California’s Walk to School headquarters. The Center is primarily fund-
ed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Preventive Health & Health Services Block
Grant. Other funding sources include Caltrans-Federal transportation enhancement, the Robert Wood
Johnson Foundation, the Archstone Foundation, and the California Wellness Foundation. Network
funding will not continue into 2006. For more information, visit www.ca-takeaction.com or
www.hds.cahwnet.gov/epic/sr2s/
         California Obesity Prevention Initiative works to create environments and policies that sup-
port physical activity and healthy eating for all Californians. Its new toolkit, Do More. Watch Less, is
aimed at teens and their helpers. Annual funding of about $275,000 is provided through California’s
Prevention Block Grant from CDC. This unit is also the DHS home of School Health Connections, a
CDC-funded coordinated school health initiative that focuses on nutrition, physical activity, and tobac-
co control. For more information, visit www.dhs.ca.gov/ps/cdic/copi.
         The state-funded Preventive Health Care for the Aging Program funds 14 county health de-
partments so public health nurses can offer prevention services to well-elderly persons in mostly low-
income community settings. The program’s protocol requires nutrition education and physical activity
promotion, not medical nutrition therapy. PHCA provides state in-kind through the Network in order
to increase the amount of nutrition education it can offer.


        * Department of Aging – Eligible California senior citizens may receive a cash benefit in
        lieu of Food Stamps, so few seniors receive Food Stamps. Since its target segment con-
        sists of low-income families with children, the Network has not linked its statewide nutri-
        tion education services with those provided through the Older Americans Act. However,
        the following nutrition programs serve seniors who may be part of Food Stamp house-
        holds and who may receive nutrition education through local Network partners:
       The Congregate Meal Program provides meals to seniors 60 years and over in group settings;
many sites are in low-income neighborhoods.
       The Home-Delivered Meal Program provides meals to housebound seniors.
       The Brown Bag Program provides surplus and donated fresh produce and other food products
monthly to low-income seniors at community sites.
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      The Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program provides a $20 coupon annually to low-
income seniors at certified farmers’ markets.

         * University of California
        Center on Weight & Health, UC Berkeley – Now housed jointly by the College of Natural
Resources and the School of Public Health, the Center conducts research, provides training and tech-
nical assistance, especially in the area of evaluation, and participates in a variety of advocacy activities,
principally in the area of childhood obesity prevention and control. It is funded through the University,
government and foundation grants and contracts. For more information, visit
www.nature.berkeley.edu/cwh.
        Center for Social Marketing and Nutrition, UC Davis – Funded initially by California’s
Cancer Research Program to assist DHS social marketing campaigns, the Center now provides training
and technical assistance to Network- funded agencies, maintains a unique, on-line inventory of com-
munity nutrition and physical activity assessment instruments, and conducts applied research with
Network partners, mostly focusing on understanding problems of fruit and vegetable promotion and
access in low-income communities. More information is available at www.socialmarketing-
nutrition.ucdavis.edu.

         * California Department of Education
        National School Lunch Program -- The NSLP is offered in 10,700 California schools, serving
an estimated 2.8 million lunches every day, of which 75 percent are to children enrolled in free/reduced
price meals. Nutrition education is encouraged but not required, and neither State nor federal funds are
routinely available for nutrition education through CDE.
        National School Breakfast Program – School breakfast is offered in 8,390 California schools,
and 55 percent of the schools that offer the school breakfast program have FRPM enrollment exceeding
50 percent of the students. An estimated 938,588 breakfasts are offered every school day. Nutrition
education is encouraged but not required, and neither State nor federal funds for nutrition education are
routinely available through CDE.
        Child and Adult Care Food Program – This program provides federal funding for meals to
children up to age 13 in 4,596 child care settings and for impaired adults in group settings. In 2004, the
daily participation in this program was 134,675 with federal funding of $221 million in California.
        Summer Meal Program – This program provides federal funding for meals to children, most
from low-income families, when they are out of school for 15 or more consecutive days. In 2003, the
daily participation in this program was 758,285 with federal funding of $13 million in California.
        After School Snack Program – This program provides federal reimbursement for nutritious
snacks in structured after school settings, most of which serve lower-income children.
        School Breakfast Start-Up Grants – This State-funded program seeks to improve academic
performance and support good nutrition by assisting low-resource schools in offering school breakfasts.
        USDA’s Team Nutrition is an initiative of the USDA Food and Nutrition Service to support
the Child Nutrition Programs through training and technical assistance for foodservice, nutrition educa-
tion for children and their caregivers, and school and community support for healthy eating and physi-
cal activity. In 1999, Congress discontinued appropriating funds for Nutrition Education and Training
(NET) Program altogether and replaced it with a limited program of competitive grants of up to
$200,000 per state.
        Shaping Health as Partners in Education (SHAPE) is an initiative that supports the coordi-
nated school health model. Currently, there are over 120 districts working together to improve the
health and academic success of California school children. The SHAPE California approach for im-
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proving the health and academic success of students includes offering healthy meals in child nutrition
programs; promoting comprehensive, sequential nutrition education; applying school nutrition policy
and practices; and building and maintaining partnerships within the school and neighboring community
that support comprehensive nutrition services.
         Garden in Every School Initiative, a Superintendent-driven initiative that since the late
1990’s and, with more recent support from the Western Growers Association (WGA), has “grown”
school gardens to now be in 3,000 of California’s public schools; start-up grants are available from
WGA on a competitive basis.
         California Healthy Kids Resource Center maintains a comprehensive collection of health,
nutrition, and food service education materials for use by teachers, administrators, other professionals,
parents, and community personnel who work with students in preschool through grade 12. Its primary
funding is from CDE (School Health Connections Office, the Healthy Kids Office, and the Nutrition
Services Division). The Network provides supplemental funding aimed at supporting the provision of
suitable materials for its FSNE-eligible school partners.
         Linking Education, Activity and Food (LEAF) grants were provided in FFY 03 -05 to 12
districts to assist in the development and implementation of comprehensive nutrition policies and sys-
temic changes that support healthy food choices and increase physical activity. Although funds are no
longer available, the evaluation findings and “best practices” will guide the implementation of the new
local school policy requirement and the formulation of nutrition standards for foods sold and served
outside the Child Nutrition Programs.

             * California Department of Food and Agriculture
        The Dairy Council of California, a large California agriculture marketing order, has devel-
oped and sponsors proven-effective nutrition/physical activity curriculum and education materials for
schools at four developmental levels: pre-K, grades 1-2, grades 3-5, and grades 6-8, as well as after
school, K-6. Based on the costs of interventions in schools with enrollments exceeding 50 percent of
students eligible for FRPM school meals, DCC provides in-kind contributions to the Network that sup-
port Project LEAN’s low-fat milk campaign with Latina mothers. For more information, go to
www.dairycouncilofca.org.
        The First Lady’s School Garden Initiative led by CDFA, the Network, CDE, Western Grow-
ers’ Association, and the Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom is in the planning stage. A large
number of stakeholders, including Extension’s Master Gardener Program and interested business spon-
sors, are involved in working committees. The goal is to build on existing resources and create a focal
point – a unique, fun school garden guide – for the First Lady and other champions to use in promoting
and mobilizing statewide efforts to establish vibrant, sustainable gardens in every California school.
Network co-funding helps assure that this new initiative builds on and helps develop ongoing State
support for the existing Network infrastructure of low-resource schools.

               * The California Children and Families Commission – The State Commission and 58
               county commissions promote school readiness in children up to age 5 years. Fund-
               ed by a $.50/pack tobacco tax, half of the funds are provided to the 58 counties to
               fulfill local priorities. At least 17 of the 58 county-based commissions have selected
               nutrition and obesity prevention for low-income children as a priority, and they
               provide in-kind to the Network in order to participate and to increase the amount
               of nutrition education they can offer to low-income families. The State Commission
               will kick off an obesity prevention initiative with a mass media public awareness

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               campaign in 2005/2006. It will be designed to build on and support the existing
               WIC and Network initiatives.

               * The Governor’s Obesity Initiative – Governor Schwarzenegger proposed in his
               2005-06 budget that $6 million would have been added to the DHS budget for: lo-
               cal assistance projects, a Medi-Cal initiative, mass communications, surveillance,
               worksite wellness, and DHS coordination. The Legislature removed all but
               $250,000 and called for a needs assessment and plan by mid-2006 to be part of fu-
               ture budget requests. Several Cabinet secretaries in addition to the Health and
               Human Services Agency (CHHSA) are focusing on obesity prevention. These in-
               clude California Department Food & Agriculture (CDFA), the Business Transpor-
               tation & Housing Agency, the Department of Parks & Recreation, and the Gover-
               nors Office of Planning & Research which deals with land use and redevelopment.
               The Governor’s Obesity Summit scheduled for September 15, 2005, aims to mobi-
               lize efforts of major companies and organizations. It will address obesity through
               healthy eating and physical activity and is expected to have some, but not sole, fo-
               cus on low-income issues. The Network infrastructure and USDA support are
               viewed as integral for helping to mobilize significant public/private efforts and
               achieve health improvements in the FSNE-eligible segment of California’s popula-
               tion.

Intra- and Inter-Governmental Infrastructure to Coordinate Efforts among Programs

See Attachment 7 – Intra- and Inter-Governmental Infrastructure.

d. Areas of California Where Food Stamp Program Eligibles Are Underserved or Have Not Had Access
to FSNE previously

All 58 counties receive Food Stamp nutrition education support through the 11 Regional Nutrition
Networks (Attachment 2). The Regions provide technical assistance, coordination, media and public
relations, educational materials, specific 5 a Day Campaign interventions including programs with
qualifying retail food stores, and some staff support for public/private Regional Collaborative that fo-
cuses on regional priorities. Low-resource schools/districts may also receive specific technical assis-
tance from the Regional Nutrition Education Consultants who are out-stationed in their area. All these
activities focus on better serving FSNE-eligible populations.

Of the nearly 200 local assistance projects operated through UC-FSNEP (43 counties) and the Network
(about 150 local assistance projects in 37 counties), all but 10 counties have at least one direct service
FSNE project. Projects may be administered through the County Extension, a public agency with a
Local Incentive Award grant, or a local organization receiving a special project grant from the Net-
work.

The counties covered only by the Regional Nutrition Networks are Alpine, El Dorado, Inyo, Kings,
Lassen, Modoc, Mono, Plumas, San Benito, and Siskiyou. With two exceptions-Kings and San Beni-
to-it is the rural, mountainous counties of Northern and Eastern California that receive that least FSNE
service, and all tend to have very high rates of poverty and food insecurity. Of the 696,547 Food
Stamp participating households in California, those counties have about 3,600 households, or 0.5 per-
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cent of the State’s total. From a FSNE Guidance perspective, a barrier to providing FSNE in these
counties is the low number of qualifying census tracts and school districts in these rural areas. For
those 10 counties combined, there are only 12 qualifying census tracts, with 6 counties having none.
There are only 150 qualifying low-resource school districts, two-thirds being in Kings and Siskiyou
Counties; they tend to be very small districts without the infrastructure to administer FSNE.

UC and the Network will look in FFY06 into ways that these counties might be better supported; spe-
cial exclusivity waivers may be needed. If possible, we will identify and work with local agencies in
those counties and the Regional Nutrition Networks to identify opportunities.




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                Chart 1: Program Demographics/Food Stamp Households
                        AFRICAN                              NATIVE                            AVERAGE # FS
COUNTY                  AMERICAN HISPANIC ASIAN              AMERICAN WHITE        FILIPINO    HOUSEHOLDS
ALAMEDA                      12,823      4,713        3,854          64      5,307         525         27,596
AMADOR                            4          24            5         12        453           2            503
BUTTE                           313        737           458        183      5,117          12          6,944
CALAVERAS                         4          41            1         27        689           3            764
COLUSA                            5        239             8          7        187           1            443
CONTRA COSTA                  4,807      2,753           541         50      3,633         178          3,994
FRESNO                        5,355     23,547        3,799         246      7,298          71         40,403
GLENN                            18        284            55         28        470           3            876
IMPERIAL                        116      5,163             3         67        548           9          5,954
KERN                          3,586     14,724           226        153      8,628         192         27,578
KINGS                           528      3,242            46         22      1,368          53          5,239
LAKE                            130        278            19         77      1,862          11          2,362
LOS ANGELES                  78,682    145,945       11,021         545     37,360       1,666        284,887
MARIN                                                                                                   2,324
MARIPOSA                          2          17            3         18        322           1            367
MERCED                                                                                                 10,460
MONTEREY                        327      5,143           161         31      1,178          70          6,864
NEVADA                            4          44            3          7        964           0          1,014
PLACER                           59        371            23         28      1,715          10          2,342
RIVERSIDE                                                                                              28,359
SAN DIEGO                     5,847     11,389        2,162         151     10,649         683         31,376
SAN FRANCISCO                 7,438      2,931        3,482         207      4,565         622         19,665
SAN JOAQUIN                   3,607      6,997        2,662         137      5,463         314         19,486
SAN LUIS OBISPO                 114      1,070            56         34      1,951           9          3,219
SAN MATEO                       734      1,573            92         16        795         148          3,450
SANTA BARBARA                   415      5,041           117         34      2,108          72          7,775
SANTA CLARA                                                                                                 0
SANTA CRUZ                                                                                              4,594
SHASTA                          111        241           170        252      4,710          13          5,539
SISKIYOU                         66        117            53        121      1,388           2          1,752
SOLANO                        2,841      1,186           279         78      2,009         304          6,736
SONOMA                          288      1,578           210        150      3,683          10          6,024
STANISLAUS                    1,034      5,983           799        105      6,937          48         14,994
SUTTER                           77        711            72         25      1,145           7          2,037
TEHAMA                           19        403            12         51      1,618           4          2,117
TRINITY                           2           6            2          8        358           0            378
TULARE                          800     14,166           743        118      5,433          95         21,568
TUOLUMNE                         18        116            17         43      1,007           4          1,206
VENTURA                         434      6,490           136         43      3,235         131         10,658
YOLO                            214      1,194           234         56      1,560          10          3,390
YUBA                            122        519           315         62      1,843           6          2,857
TOTAL                       130,944    268,976       31,839       3,256    137,556       5,289
TOTAL (*=Average #FS Household)                                                                      628,094
SOURCES:
Ethnicity Data is from the DFA 358 (FOOD STAMP PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS by ETHNICITY GROUPS.) Data is
Average # of Food Stamp households (last column) is from the DFA 256 (HOUSEHOLD PARTICIPATION by
*NOTE: Totals in first six columns will not equal total in seventh column.




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Section B: Goals, Objectives, Strategies and Coordination

1. Goals & Objectives for UC-FSNEP

   The goal of the UC-Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program is to improve the likelihood
   that persons eligible for the Food Stamp Program (FSP) will make healthy food choices within
   a limited budget and choose active lifestyles consistent with the current Dietary Guidelines for
   Americans. FSNEP is intended to help households eligible for the FSP:

       adopt healthy eating and active lifestyles that are consistent with the current Dietary Guide-
        lines for Americans. (Dietary Quality)
       enhance practices related to economic food shopping and preparation of nutritious foods.
        (Shopping Behavior/Food Resource Management)
       have enough to eat without resorting to emergency food assistance and if not already partic-
        ipating in the FSP, be aware of its benefits and how to apply for them. (Food Security)
       safely handle, prepare and store food. (Food Safety)

   For each of the above stated goals, the following specific, measurable, appropriate, realis-
   tic and time specific objectives will be met:

   By September 30, 2007 and measured by the California Food Behavior Checklist (FBC),
   the UC-FSNEP enrolled adult clients (Food Stamp Eligibles) will:

   a. Increase their fruit and vegetable intake by 20%
   b. Increase their fruit and vegetable variety by 20%
   c. Increase their calcium, folate, and iron intake by 5%
   d. Decrease their fat consumption by 25%
   e. Decrease their soda beverage consumption by 25%
   f. Decrease their consumption of non-nutritive foods (e.g. sugary desserts, high fat foods) by
      3%
   g. Increase their low-fat cooking skills by 10%
   h. Decrease food-related illness in their homes by increasing the practice of thawing foods
      correctly by 25%
   i. Improve their economical shopping skills by using a grocery list by 20%
   j. Improve their economical shopping skills by reading labels, comparing prices and planning
      meals by 30%
   k. Improve their food management practices in a variety of skills by 50%
   l. Decrease the amount of money spent on food by making wise decisions by 10%
   m. Increase physical activity promotion in all FSNEP programs as measured by the final re-
      port narratives prepared by all program units
   n. Improve knowledge and safe eating practices for fish as measured by the Fish Evaluation
      Instrument.

   These objectives will be measured by using the Food Behavior Checklist (FBC) developed to
   assess the diet, food-related skills and behavior practices of all individuals enrolled in the pro-
   gram. Of the 21 items in the FBC, 9 of them have been validated for fruit and vegetable con-
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   sumption (Townsend, Kaiser, Allen, Joy, Murphy, Journal of Nutrition Education and Behav-
   ior, 35:69-82, 2003). Other questions assess food safety needs, food shopping needs, and other
   diet practices related indirectly to fruit and vegetable consumption (eating at fast food restau-
   rants, drinking soda, high fat food consumption, drinking low-fat milk).

   By September 30th, 2007 and measured by Youth evaluation instruments, the UC-FSNEP
   enrolled Youths (Food Stamp Eligibles) will:

        The overall goal is to promote a healthy lifestyle for Youth and their families as outlined in
         the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Specific goals include:
        Increase awareness of fruits, vegetables and other high-fiber, low-fat foods;
        Increase awareness of food safety practices for children who prepare some of their own
         meals and snacks; and
        Encourage daily physical activity.



2. Nutrition Education Interventions

    a.      Program Delivery – Direct Teaching and Supplementary Projects

             UC-FSNEP has three program interventions using direct teaching: Adult FSNEP;
             Youth FSNEP and Supplementary Projects.

         Under the direction of the FSNEP Principal Investigator, the county program components
         (Adult and Youth) will be implemented and managed by county Cooperative Extension
         Home Economists and Youth Advisors in each specific county location. They will work
         closely with the local county welfare departments and other local agencies. The Supple-
         mentary Projects are implemented and managed by the campus facility in each specified
         campus location.

   (1) Adult Program Delivery

         The Adult program will target adult members of Food Stamp households in order to im-
         prove self-sufficiency through a variety of nutrition education programs. Home Economists
         will hire, train and supervise paraprofessional field staff for the program year. The field
         staff person will deliver the nutrition education programs directly to Food Stamp recipients
         and applicants who will be recruited for the nutrition program at various sites, including
         county welfare offices, community centers, homeless shelters, and other appropriate loca-
         tions. In some counties, program activities can be offered at the welfare department. Food
         Stamp clients are recruited by FSNEP staff. All enrolled participants are Food Stamp
         eligible clients. FSNE services are also provided to individuals who attend our classes and
         who are part of the group we are teaching. We have a waiver to allow us to provide nutri-
         tion education to these individuals. The Targeting Plan is presented on Chart 2A.



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      When Food Stamp recipients are enrolled in FSNEP, demographic data will be collected on
      the FSNEP Family Record Form (name, address, phone number, ethnicity, gender, family
      size). All enrolled clients will be evaluated using the FSNEP Food Behavior Checklist
      (FBC). Results from county programs are used to measure program impact. Statewide re-
      sults are also computed and reported in the Final Report. Trained paraprofessional staff will
      recruit and teach Food Stamp families using a variety of program delivery approaches in-
      cluding: group instruction, videotapes, shopping tours, discussions, hands-on activities,
      cooking demonstrations and other nutrition education methods.

      Each FSNEP NEA (0.5 FTE) will recruit and teach a minimum of 100-200 Food Stamp
      Eligibles. At least 25% of enrolled participants will be evaluated by one of the following
      instruments: Food Behavior Checklist, 24-hour Food Recall and/or Pre/Post tests.



(2) Youth Program Delivery

  The Youth FSNEP Program will continue targeting schools with “free and reduced school
  lunch programs” at or above a 50% eligibility level. The Targeting Plan is presented on Chart
  2B.

  Each participating county will target children in Food Stamp households that currently are not
  targeted by EFNEP. County Extension staff will recruit and train teachers and other volunteers
  to deliver the nutrition education experience (6 to 10 hours) in school and community after-
  school settings. Teachers from target schools will be recruited by FSNEP Youth Assistants and
  will be trained to deliver the FSNEP program. The overall mission of this project will be to
  provide practical and reliable information to youthful beneficiaries of Food Stamps in the areas
  of nutrition, food safety, and literacy (reading basics and nutrition education). An evaluation of
  the FSNEP Youth program will continue under the leadership of Dr. Sheri Zidenberg-Cherr and
  Dr. Karrie Heneman.

  Youth FSNEP programs will continue to use the train-the-trainer method (Extender) using
  school teachers (elementary, middle and high schools), preschools, after school care staff and
  other extenders that work directly with eligible children. A new middle-school curriculum, Eat
  Fit (M. Townsend, 2001), will be evaluated using a number of nutrition impact indicators that
  are currently being developed in a number of Youth FSNEP middle schools by Specialist
  Townsend.

  A new curriculum for K-3rd grades called Reading Across My Pyramid is currently being used
  by Youth counties. Using books and learning to read as its main focus, this curriculum offers
  10 lessons for teaching on a variety of nutrition topics. A new curriculum for pre-school called
  Grow Glow Go will be used in FFY 07. All staff will be trained at the Statewide Conference in
  August 2006.




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 Each FSNEP youth assistant (0.5 FTE) will train at least 40 teachers annually who will deliver
 the program in targeted schools. A minimum of 700 children will complete the nutrition educa-
 tion experience. Evaluation will be implemented by FSNEP staff. Teacher workshop enroll-
 ment records will be maintained by Home Economists or Youth Advisors. Teacher training in
 target schools will be implemented by Youth staff with assistance of Home Economists or
 Youth Development Advisors. Implementation of FSNEP experience: Teachers will deliver
 FSNEP program to students. Youth staff will maintain communication with volunteer teachers
 by telephone, letters and personal visits. Youth staff will collect enrollment information and
 evaluations following completion of the program. Youth Assistant will send evaluation to UC
 Davis for analysis. Teacher evaluation of ERIB or other curriculum will be administered by
 Youth staff.


(3) Supplementary Program Delivery

 Another strategy to improve the UC-FSNEP’s delivery, impact and effectiveness is the imple-
 mentation of Supplementary Projects. These projects focus on prevention of chronic disease or
 postpone the onset of disease by establishing more active lifestyles and healthier eating habits).
 Fifteen percent of the total FSNEP delivery budget is devoted to improving delivery and effec-
 tiveness of our program for Food Stamp eligible audiences. Supplementary projects have met
 the following criteria: (1) objectives are realistic, benefit target audience and are attainable in
 the current 12-month funding cycle; (2) projects can demonstrate a direct benefit to food stamp
 clients and are designed to improve the nutritional status, diet quality, or skills, knowledge or
 attitudes about food and nutrition; (3) projects include collaboration between FSNEP and coun-
 ty/campus academics; and (4) projects have met all USDA/UC policies as outlined in the
 FSNEP Guidance 07. Chart 1B presents all the approved projects for FFY 07.




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          Chart 1B: Summary of FSNEP Supplementary Projects for FFY 07



Project Title                                           Objective   Investigator      Campus

1. School based nutrition education: A vehicle to       a-g.m       Zidenberg-Cherr   UCD
improve children’s dietary choices.
2. Healthy Rewards                                      a-g,m       Steinberg         UCD
3. Grocery Store Nutrition Education Tool Kit for       a-g         Townsend          UCD
Food Stamp Eligibles

4. Video Enhanced Creating Healthy Families             a-g         Ontai-Grzebik     UCD

5. The California Plate Method                          a-g         Crawford/Townsend UCB/UCD

6. YMCA Centered Nutrition Education                    a-g,m       Fleming           UCB

7. Childhood Overweight Prevention among Asian                      Wang/Ikeda        UCB
Immigrants
8. Promoting Bone Health Among Spanish-                 a-g         Wang/Marting      UCB
speaking Adult FSNEP clients

9. Healthy Eating and Activity for Children             a-g         Crawford          UCB

10. Teaching HEART Smart Cooking to Kids                a-g         Ritchie           UCB

11. Teaching Kids What to Eat Where They Eat            a-g         Ritchie           UCB

12. Using Limited Resources to Maximum Poten-           k,l         Varcoe            UCR
tial




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1. Project Title: School Based Nutrition Education

        a.       Objectives. To expand the implementation of our comprehensive nutrition and health education pro-
                 gram to FSNEP eligible elementary schools. Participating schools must have an existing school gar-
                 den or plans to develop a school garden. The major objective will be the integration of a garden “la-
                 boratory” with nutrition education to improve children’s knowledge of nutrition and improve their
                 food choices.
                 To update existing FSNEP approved materials (lessons, activities and evaluation tools) for incorpora-
                 tion into the comprehensive nutrition and health program.
                 To update a website based system that will allow for the sharing of education materials by FSNEP
                 educators throughout the state and for an evaluation of the efficacy of the program.

        b.       Audience. Eligible FSNEP elementary schools ( > 50% “free and/or reduced-priced school lunch).

        c.       Focus on FSP Eligibles. Approximately 300 food stamp eligible children will participate in this
                 program.

        d.       Project Description. The purpose of this project is to utilize the school environment as the educa-
                 tional vehicle in which to educate food stamp eligible children and families about behaviors to reduce
                 the risk and prevalence of childhood obesity and to optimize long-term health. The program pro-
                 motes individual and community health through the school cafeteria, school gardening, waste man-
                 agement and nutrition education.

        e.       Summary of Action Plan. To expand the implementation of a comprehensive nutrition and health
                 education program to FSNEP eligible elementary schools. Participating schools must have an exist-
                 ing school garden or plans to develop a school garden. Evaluation will be included for all aspects of
                 the program. Integration of a garden “laboratory” with nutrition education to improve children’s
                 knowledge of nutrition and improve their food choices. Planning meetings with teachers and admin-
                 istrators. To update existing FSNEP approved materials (lessons, activities and evaluation tools) for
                 incorporation into the comprehensive nutrition and health program. Meetings to coordinate imple-
                 mentation with Carol Hillhouse (“Gardens for Good Nutrition”) and Sharon Junge (“Marketing
                 Healthy Connections for Children”). Prepare Teacher/Staff Trainings: coordinate with Carol
                 Hillhouse (“Gardens for Good Nutrition”) and Sharon Junge (“Making Healthy Connections for
                 Children”). To update a website based system that will allow for the sharing of education materials
                 by FSNEP educators throughout the state and for an evaluation of the efficacy of the program.

        f.       Modification of Project Methods/Strategies.
                 Not Applicable

        g.       Use of Existing Educational Materials.
                 Materials already used in FSNEP will be updated to reflect the new Dietary Guidelines.

        h.       Development of New Educational Materials.
                 Not Applicable

EVALUATION PLANS

        Pre/Post tests for teachers, parents, and children will be developed as part of this program.


COORDINATION EFFORTS

        This project will be working closely with the Nutrition Network: Farm to school program to share/coordinate
        resources and materials.


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2. Project Title: Healthy Rewards

        a.       Objectives. Recruit a diverse, multi-ethnic population of food stamp eligible individuals from an un-
                 derserved area of central California to participate in a nutrition and lifestyle education program. Car-
                 ry out the educational program in the community-based group setting, and train local health educators
                 and peer-leaders to assist in leading the program. Evaluate it’s effectiveness in achieving the follow-
                 ing objectives: Increase motivation and ability to make behavioral changes through goal setting activ-
                 ities. Increase knowledge of nutrition and foods, including the following areas: use of food labels,
                 ability to choose a healthy variety of foods, awareness of potion size, awareness of fat content of
                 foods, how to modify recipes to decrease calories through changing fat or sugar content. Increase
                 physical activity through use of pedometers, and simple exercises. Increase awareness of diabetes
                 risk factors through personal habits and risk assessment.

        b.       Audience. Castle Family Health Center, Atwater, California is a rural clinic serving 92% food stamp
                 eligibles (56% Latino, 34% non-Latino white, 10% African American and Asian).

        c.       Focus on FSP Eligibles. Approximately 200 food stamp eligible clients.

        d.       Project Description. This proposal for a lifestyle change intervention promoting healthy eating hab-
                 its, achieving a healthy weight and increasing exercise is consistent with USDA food guidelines and
                 Healthy People 2010 goals. The education efforts are targeted toward a multi-ethnic, socio-
                 economically diverse community which has a significant percentage of Food Stamp eligible clientele,
                 and uses proven theory-driven group adult education techniques.

        e.       Summary of Action Plan. Community-based linkages and collaboration plan is currently being es-
                 tablished with the Castle Family Health Center in Atwater California. There are education materials
                 that need to be assembled and modified and translated into Spanish. There is also educator training
                 that will be carried out with the assistance of University of California Cooperative Extension. This
                 project will have trainers that will be recruited from the local area to assist with collection of dietary
                 information from the program participants. Participant recruitment will occur through three avenues:
                 advertisements in the clinic, community outreach, and work of mouth by enrolled participants. And
                 the education delivery will occur in four 2-hour weekly sessions over the course of one month and the
                 data analysis, interpretation & final report preparation will occur during the last months of the fiscal
                 year.

        f.       Modification of Project Methods/Strategies.
                 Not Applicable.

        g.       Use of Existing Educational Materials. Goal-setting educational lessons used in FSNEP will be
                 used in this project. Materials focus on: 1) Goal Setting (motivation and removing barrier’s to
                 change diet and exercise); 2) Healthy Lifestyles (healthy diets, portion sizes, stretching exercises); 3)
                 Changing Behaviors (food labels, recipe substitutions, exercise ideas, understanding nutrition); 4)
                 Proactive about Health (physical activity ideas, eating out tips, understanding health and nutrition re-
                 lationships).

        h.       Development of New Educational Materials.
                 Not Applicable.

EVALUATION PLANS

        Project will be recruiting 200 food stamp eligible clients and collecting pre/post data on 150 (demographics,
        knowledge, Healthy Weight Checklist, diet and exercise logs)

COORDINATION EFFORTS

        Other funding (DANR) will be used to enhance project (eg. Evaluation costs, etc.)
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3. Project Title: Grocery Store Nutrition Education Tool Kit for Food Stamp Eligibles

        a.       Objectives. Adapt the design of the materials and compile them into a “tool kit” for use by FSNEP
                 counties statewide. Materials may include weekly menus, youth nutrition education activities, nutri-
                 tion specific in-store signage, and child/food safety shelf tags. Modify child messages and materials
                 for families. Integrate messages at grocery store chain. Assemble a nutrition education tool kit for
                 county-based direct nutrition education and marketing of project to other grocery stores. Identify
                 other collaborators to broaden use of nutrition education messages in grocery stores. Complete pro-
                 ject evaluation and year end report.

        b.       Audience. FSNEP clients (Food Stamp Eligible participants)


        c.       Focus on FSP Eligibles.
                 500 – 1000 Food Stamp Eligibles will receive nutrition education and 300 of them will be evalu-
                 ated.

        d.       Project Description. This project will allow the use of the latest in research and technology to en-
                 courage healthy behavior change in FSNEP clients and eligibles while supporting and reinforcing our
                 county educators who provide direct delivery of our program. With the idea of educating participants
                 in locations where they select and purchase their food, this project promotes the use of the grocery
                 store as a classroom for FSNEP clients and eligibles.

        e.       Summary of Action Plan. Collect recipes for weekly menus and recipe cards for kiosks in grocery
                 stores and adapt nutrition/food safety messages for in-store signage & shelf tags. Work with Raley’s
                 and Catalina Marketing to integrate messages. Adapt layout, design and make camera ready to pre-
                 sent to nutrition education committee and collaborators. Inquire about other agencies/grocery stores
                 that could collaborate on this project.


        f.       Modification of Project Methods/Strategies.
                 Not Applicable

        g.       Use of Existing Educational Materials.
                 The materials developed by Dr. Townsend will be used.

        h.        Development of New Educational Materials.
                  Not Applicable
EVALUATION PLANS
   Pre and post test “sales” data from grocery stores will be used. These stores are in low-income neighborhoods
   (census tract targeting sites). From 500 to 1000 Food Stamp Eligibles will receive nutrition education and 300 will
   be evaluated.

COORDINATION EFFORTS
  Not Applicable




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4. Project Title: Video Enhanced Creating Healthy Families

        a.      Objectives. Pilot test the “Creating Healthy Families” companion DVD (developed by ANR
                Workgroup in 2005) with English and Spanish speaking clientele that are food stamp eligible with
                young children. Also to create a “Users Guide” for FSNEP educators using the DVD to help guide
                facilitated discussions and to access materials to help learn nutrition related information

        b.      Audience FSNEP clientele and food stamp eligible parents with young children

        c.      Focus on FSP Eligibles. Approximately 100 food stamp eligible will be recruited in FSNEP Coun-
                ties: San Diego, Tulare, Yolo.


        d.      Project Description. The proposed project aims to increase the nutrition education for parents of
                young children attending FSNEP. A DVD created with Core Issues funding will be piloted with
                FSNEP clientele to assess the relevance for FSNEP clientele, and to develop a “User Guide” for edu-
                cators. The video will also be incorporated into an interactive website for FSNEP educators focused
                on nutrition related parent feeding behaviors. The website will give FSNEP educators an easy place
                to search for current research-based information regarding nutrition related parenting issues.

        e.      Summary of Action Plan. To identify programs in partner counties working with FFSNEP and food
                eligible clientele to recruit parents and conduct focus groups and then have the data analyzed. Incor-
                porate companion DVD with use of Creating Healthy Families materials in partner county FSNEP
                classes. Then collect clientele and educator feedback regarding usefulness of Creating Healthy Fami-
                lies companion DVD in FSNEP classes. Assess whether or not the materials increase the knowledge
                and skills with young children. Create information that can be made available on a website that in-
                cludes the Creating Healthy Families materials. Analyze and summarize feedback regarding website
                usefulness in helping FSNEP educators.

        f.      Modification of Project Methods/Strategies.
                Not Applicable


        g.      Use of Existing Educational Materials. The DVD – “Creating Healthy Families” will be used.


        h.      Development of New Educational Materials. User’s guide (eg. Lesson plans) for FSNEP staff.


EVALUATION PLANS

        All FSNEP eligibles enrolled (demographics) will be pre/post tested using the following instruments: 1) Nutri-
        tion Attitudes Questionnaire; 2) Parenting Dimensions Inventory; 3) Parent Self-Agency Measure (eg. Percep-
        tion of Efficiency).


COORDINATION EFFORTS

        This project is being coordinated with the ANR “Healthy Families” workgroup.




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5. Project Title: The California Plate Method

        a.       Objectives. Update and adapt Plate Method nutrition program to promote pediatric obesity preven-
                 tion nutrition behaviors, along with implementing new California Plate method educational program.
                 Evaluate new Plate program and compare with traditional nutrition education program and share pro-
                 gram findings.

        b.       Audience. Food stamp eligible clients


        c.       Focus on FSP Eligibles. At least 200 food stamp eligible clients will be taught classes in San
                 Joaquin County FSNEP Program.

        d.       Project Description. To encourage family nutrition behaviors which will protect against overweight
                 in children, parents need to be effectively educated about beneficial nutrition behaviors. This project
                 will adapt a nutrition education method designed to produce dietary changes known to reduce the
                 likelihood of pediatric obesity. The proposed project will adapt the Plate Method for use in prevent-
                 ing pediatric obesity among ethnically diverse low income food stamp recipients in California. The
                 program will be implemented by Cooperative Extension Advisors and nutrition educators in 11 de-
                 mographically varied California counties. The California Plate Method will be piloted and compared
                 to standard nutrition education methods.

        e.       Summary of Action Plan. The adaptation of existing Plate programs and pilot testing of adapted
                 California Plate materials will be done by a series of meetings with Cooperative Extension advisors
                 taught at California FSNEP Counties. Cooperative extension nutrition educators will be trained to
                 implement the new California Plate method educational program. Approximately 200 clients will be
                 taught in FSNEP classes. Nutrition educators will be interviewed to understand how the nutrition ed-
                 ucation methods were received by clients.

        f.       Modification of Project Methods/Strategies.
                 Not Applicable


        g.       Use of Existing Educational Materials. The Idaho Plate method of teaching nutrition will be
                 adapted for California and pilot tested on food stamp eligible clients.


        h.       Development of New Educational Materials.
                 Not Applicable


EVALUATION PLANS

        Approximately 200 food stamp eligible clients will be evaluated on the Plate method components of the diet.


COORDINATION EFFORTS

        This project is being coordinated as part of the DANR workshop (Body Weight and Health Workgroup) and
        will be coordinating program delivery and costs.




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6. Project Title: YMCA Centered Nutrition Education

        a.      Objectives. To identify curricula and adapt as needed for delivery to African American adult family
                members. To adapt selected curricula delivery to African American children and youth. To deliver
                the curricula to African American adults at three urban YMCA centers in Oakland CA (each center
                has > 50% eligible food stamp clients). To deliver the curricula to African American children and
                youth at three urban YMCA centers in Oakland CA. To make education materials available to all
                members of these three urban, low-income YMCA centers. These materials will be selected from
                those available in the public domain and developed by organizations including the USDA and the
                NIH.

        b.      Audience. African American children and their families.

        c.      Focus on FSP Eligibles. Approximately 500 food stamp eligible families will be taught using the
                educational materials used in Adult FSNEP.

        d.      Project Description. The overall goal of this project is to provide the skills and education needed to
                foster body weight maintenance via increased physical activity and healthy food choices. The 9 to 16
                yea old children will be provided education through a community-based program that includes nutri-
                tion and physical activity, each session will provide education and experience that integrates these in-
                tertwined aspects of daily life. The lessons with both the children and adults will be highly interac-
                tive. Nutrition and physical activity education will be delivered at three YMCA sites, all in eligible
                low-income communities in Oakland.

        e.      Summary of Action Plan. Identify and adapt curriculum for delivery to African American adults,
                children and youth which will be done by Barbara Green (FSNEP NEA) since she has first hand ex-
                perience with similar curricula and with the target community. In monthly sessions, deliver the cur-
                riculum to African American adults at three urban YMCA centers in Oakland CA. In weekly ses-
                sions, deliver the curriculum to African American children and youth at two urban YMCA centers in
                Oakland CA. In daily sessions during week long day camps, deliver the curriculum to African Amer-
                ican children at two urban YMCA centers in Oakland CA. Provide education materials, monthly to
                these African American and children, youth and their families.

        f.      Modification of Project Methods/Strategies.
                Not Applicable

        g.      Use of Existing Educational Materials. Adult FSNEP curriculum recently updated to reflect the
                new Dietary Guidelines will be used.

        h.      Development of New Educational Materials.
                Not Applicable


EVALUATION PLANS

        Approximately 500-1000 FSNEP eligible clients will be evaluated.


COORDINATION EFFORTS

        This project is being coordinated with another project that is funded by the USDA.




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7. Project Title: Childhood Overweight Prevention among Asian Immigrants

        a.       Objectives. The objective of this study is to provide Food Stamp eligible Asian immigrant parents of
                 young children with the knowledge and skills needed to promote healthy eating and physical activity
                 behaviors in young children. This will be achieved through educational pamphlets and a short video
                 that can be shown by nutrition educators or in a waiting room.

        b.       Audience. Asian Immigrants. According to the 2000 Census, there were 70,341 Cambodians and
                 56,237 Laotians living in California of whom > 60% are low income.

        c.       Focus on FSP Eligibles. Food stamp eligible Asian immigrant parents of young children in Sacra-
                 mento, San Joaquin and Santa Clara counties.

        d.       Project Description. The immigrant Asian population in California has been increasing rapidly over
                 the past two decades. According to the 2000 census, of the 4 million Asians who live in California
                 today, 60% are first generation immigrants. Although traditional Asian diets are generally healthy,
                 the adoption of ‘American foods’ is inevitable as immigrants acculturate. Anthropological studies
                 have demonstrated that immigrants are more likely to adopt ‘peripheral’ foods such as snacks and
                 sweets. The effects of unhealthy eating and sedentary behaviors among immigrant children have al-
                 ready been observed by agencies and organizations serving low-income Asian American immigrant
                 populations. They have expressed a need for culturally appropriate educational materials. The fol-
                 lowing goals of this project are: adapt existing educated pamphlets that are currently available in Chi-
                 nese, Hmong, Korean and Vietnamese for use with Cambodians and Laotians; and develop a short (8-
                 12) video that will have the potential for voice over in may Asian languages.

        e.       Summary of Action Plan. To adapt the educational pamphlets for use with Cambodians and Laoti-
                 ans, we will conduct one focus group for each of these two groups. Participants will be asked about
                 the cultural appropriateness of existing messages and to modify or expand these messages if deemed
                 appropriate. To develop the video, we will identify salient messages from the educational pamphlets
                 by conducting another six focus group sessions among the various Asian ethnic communities. Focus
                 group participants will be recruited from FSNEP and Head Start programs in the greater northern San
                 Francisco bay area and the Central Valley, including Sacramento, San Joaquin and Santa Clara coun-
                 ties where there are large Southeast Asian, Chinese and Korean populations. The video will be pro-
                 duced and evaluated for its clarity, relevance and cultural sensitivity by 3-4 bilingual Hmong nutrition
                 educators who will be interviewed after viewing the video. It will be disseminated to all FSNEP adult
                 programs in California, serving Hmong clients, and promoted at the annual FSNEP conference.

        f.       Modification of Project Methods/Strategies.
                 Not Applicable.

        g.       Use of Existing Educational Materials.
                 Nutrition education materials developed for several Asian languages will be adapted for FSNEP
                 eligibles who speak Laotian and Cambodian.

        h.       Development of New Educational Materials.
                 Not Applicable

EVALUATION PLANS
     Focus groups will be conducted in FSNEP Counties. Approximately 40 to 80 food stamp eligible clients will
     receive direct education.

COORDINATION EFFORTS
     The project leaders will be working with other groups interested in Asian immigrants to form an Advisory
     Committee.



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8. Project Title: Promoting bone health among Spanish-speaking adult FSNEP clients

        a.      Objectives. Promote the use of the FSNEP bone health curriculum among Spanish-speaking clients
                by training Spanish-speaking nutrition educators; Determine if FSNEP Spanish-speaking clients
                themselves can become promotoras and be trained to deliver the lessons to members of their commu-
                nities.

        b.      Audience. Spanish-speaking Food Stamp Eligible clients from FSNEP counties.

        c.      Focus on FSP Eligibles. Approximately 50 – 100 food stamp eligible clients wil receive direct edu-
                cation.


        d.      Project Description. This project is to promote bone health among Spanish-speaking Food Stamp
                eligible adults and their families. Given the relatively low participation rates in the food Stamp pro-
                gram related to misperceptions about food Stamp eligibility among immigrants, it may be useful to
                apply the ‘promotora’ model to provide nutrition education to low-income Spanish-speaking immi-
                grants who are not enrolled in the Food Stamp program. The use of community health educators or
                “promotores de salud” has proven to be an effective method for addressing the particular needs of the
                Latino population while delivering culturally and linguistically appropriate information.

        e.      Summary of Action Plan. To promote the use of the FSNEP bone health curriculum among Span-
                ish-speaking clients, we will contact all FSNEP adult programs and offer to train bilingual Spanish-
                speaking nutrition educators to use the bone health curriculum. The training will include a demon-
                stration lesson; describe the use of models; discuss how and when the lesson plans can be used, and
                how pre-post tests can be administered and analyzed, and answer frequently asked questions. It is
                expected that this training will take place at the local FSNEP sites, where the trainer can more easily
                answer locally oriented questions. To determine if FSNEP Spanish-speaking clients themselves can
                become promotoras and be trained to deliver the lessons to members of their communities, bilingual
                nutrition educators will be asked to idendtify1-2 clients who have leadership abilities, and train them
                to identify Food Stamp eligible neighborhood residents, and deliver the bone health lessons. A man-
                ual for nutrition educators to use to train promotoras will be developed. This will address topics such
                as recruitment, and teaching and learning techniques, where to hold lessons, content, frequently asked
                questions, as well as eligibility for the food Stamp program. In addition, technical assistance will be
                provided to promotoras by a trained UC staff member who will record all requests for assistance, so
                as to provide an evaluation of the need for technical assistance support. Poromotoras will also be
                asked to document how many individuals they provide bone health lessons to, and obtain self-reports
                of household income and household size.

        f.      Modification of Project Methods/Strategies.
                Not Applicable
        g.      Use of Existing Educational Materials.
                Not Applicable
        h.      Development of New Educational Materials.
                Not Applicable


EVALUATION PLANS

        Approximately 100-200 food stamp eligibles will be evaluated.

COORDINATION EFFORTS

        This project is being coordinated with the CNN Latino Project’s Bone Health Campaign.



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9. Project Title: Healthy Eating and Activity for Children

        a.   Objectives. Adapt project materials and staff training. Materials include: program flyers, log materials,
             maps, food demo kit, newsletters, and handouts. Work with project sites to assist them with the project.
             Deliver nutrition education training program and food demo kits and related materials to staff, children
             and parents. Work with counties/project collaborators to support project. Evaluate the impact of the pro-
             ject. Modify program materials or process as needed. Prepare reports to share the project finding s with
             members of the nutrition education, cooperative extension, and childcare communities.

        b.   Audience. Children and parents from food stamp eligible day-care centers.

        c.   Focus on FSP Eligibles. Approximately 200 food stamp eligible families (children) will receive “direct
             education.”

        d.   Project Description. The project will provide an experiential training to child care staff for transfer to
             their child/parent clients, adapting the field-tested “Walk Across California” activity, from the Wellness in
             the Workplace project, shown to motivate participants to engage in wellness activities through social sup-
             port and goal setting. The project will be working with eligible day care center children. As participants
             reach goals logged on a California map, they will receive a nutrition education activity and food demon-
             stration of seasonal produce from a California region. The nutrition education materials, adapted from
             California 5-A-Day, will include produce activities, newsletters, recipes and guides for taste-testings and
             classroom activities fro children. Related materials will be provided to parents in a coordinated fashion.
             Coordinated and behaviorally focused activities are reinforced through regular contact between child care
             caregivers, children and parents. Personally relevant experiences and self-efficacy is promoted among
             child car providers, leading to the modeling and reinforcement of positive eating and activity patterns
             among the children and families.

        e.   Summary of Action Plan. To adapt project materials and staff training we will adapt materials from
             Wellness in the Work Place and 5-A-Day to meet needs of project as well as translate materials as needed
             and finalize all program and training materials. We will meet and build relationships with project sites
             and determine site needs and project logistics along with schedule trainings, assess site needs monthly and
             acknowledge and recognize site achievements as ways of assisting project sites with this project. Com-
             municating with counties and partners on a regular basis will help in supporting project efforts along with
             identifying changes needed to improve the process and strengthen the project. Developing interview for-
             mats and questionnaires will help in being able to evaluate the impact of the project. At the end of the
             project summary evaluations and written project reports will be available for the groups as well as the pro-
             ject reports and findings will be presented.

        f.   Modification of Project Methods/Strategies.
                Not Applicable

        g.   Use of Existing Educational Materials. Adapt “5-A-Day” and “Wellness in the Workplace”

        h.   Development of New Educational Materials.
                Not Applicable

EVALUATION PLANS
     Approximately 100 to 200 families from eligible day-care centers will be evaluated using instruments devel-
     oped from educational materials.

COORDINATION EFFORTS
     This project will be coordinated by working with the California Nutrition Network (5-A-Day) project staff.




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10. Project Title: Teaching HEART Smart Cooking to Kids

        a.      Objectives. Adapt existing HEART Smart nutrition education scripts for use with food stamp eligi-
                ble children. Produce and promote HEART Smart nutrition education show. Assess reach and ap-
                peal of HEART Smart nutrition education show.

        b.      Audience. Food Stamp eligible children in selected California Schools

        c.      Focus on FSP Eligibles. 8 elementary schools in the New Haven Unified School Districts ( > 50%
                children enrolled in free and reduced-price school lunches)


        d.      Project Description. The goal of this project is to create a children’s cooking show, aired on a local
                cable station and available on video for classroom use, to provide children from a local elementary
                school the opportunity to actively participate in food preparation and learn first-hand about nutrition,
                while engaging a large community audience. Each month one K-5 classroom from an elementary
                school which serves a large population of food stamp eligible families would participate. Shows
                would be adapted from scripts previously developed and pilot tested. Promotional activities will in-
                clude public service announcements on the cable station as well as notices in the local newspaper, in
                the superintendent, principal, teacher and foodservice newsletters, and on school billboards. Evalua-
                tion of the audience reach, recognition of key messages, and audience satisfaction will be conducted
                and used to inform modifications to the delivery of the program for extension into other communities
                serving large numbers of food stamp eligible families.

        e.      Summary of Action Plan. Review and select existing scripts relevant to selected show themes. En-
                gage school community in show production. Produce and air five shows (one/month) on the local ca-
                ble network. Develop and administer stakeholder and client interview questionnaires. Convene pro-
                ject Advisory Board to meet with project staff to provide input and interpret data on revising show
                and promotion activities.

        f.      Modification of Project Methods/Strategies.
                Not Applicable


        g.      Use of Existing Educational Materials.
                HEART Smart Nutrition education scripts

        h.      Development of New Educational Materials.
                Videotape/cable show for children


EVALUATION PLANS

        50-400 food stamp eligible children who participate in the education program will be evaluated.


COORDINATION EFFORTS

        Project will be convening on Advisory Board to work with project staff.




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11. Project Title: Teaching Kids What to Eat Where They Eat

        a.       Objectives. Disseminate nutrition education tool kits for use in school foodservice settings. Provide
                 training to foodservice staff on the use of the tools for nutrition education. Evaluate the training and
                 implementation of the tool kit in order to improve its use and effectiveness with food stamp eligible
                 students and their parents.

        b.       Audience. Food Stamp eligible children and their parents in San Joaquin, Kern and Tulare Counties.

        c.       Focus on FSP Eligibles. Food stamp eligible children in qualifying schools (3000 children)


        d.       Project Description. Experiential activities are recommended for effective child learning. Promot-
                 ing healthy eating to children therefore ideally involves real-life settings where hands-on experience
                 with food occurs. For school-age children, schools are the largest source of meals eaten outside of
                 the home. As such school foodservice offers an ideal setting for experiential learning around food.
                 Yet the school cafeteria remains a largely untapped educational resource and most often school cafe-
                 terias promote foods that are discouraged in nutrition education. In a recent study more than half
                 (60%) of the posters and signage for foods and beverages observed on California high school cam-
                 puses were fore items like candy, soda and chips; only 28% were for products such as fruits, vegeta-
                 bles, whole grains, low-fat dairy and water. Food stamp eligible children and their families will bene-
                 fit from receiving nutrition education messages in school foodservice settings that are consistent with
                 and augment the health-promotion messages of FSNEP.


        e.       Summary of Action Plan. Reproduce tools and resources selected for kit and distribute to 10 ele-
                 mentary schools that serve FSNEP eligible populations. NFCS advisors and other project advisory
                 board members meet with study staff to plan training and conduct training sessions for the school
                 foodservice manger at each school. Develop stakeholder interview questionnaire for foodservice
                 managers on quality of training and use of nutrition education tool kit. Develop client interview
                 questionnaire for food stamp eligible families on recall, recognition and appeal of nutrition education
                 tools. Administer stakeholder and client interview questionnaires. NFCS advisors and other project
                 advisory board members meet with study staff to interpret data and advise on revising training and
                 tool kit.

        f.       Modification of Project Methods/Strategies.
                 Not Applicable

        g.       Use of Existing Educational Materials.
                 Not Applicable

        h.       Development of New Educational Materials.
                 Tool Kit for school service providers


EVALUATION PLANS

        50-100 Food stamp eligibles will be evaluated

COORDINATION EFFORTS

        The project will be developing an Advisory Board as part of its plan.




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12. Project Title: Using Limited Resources to Maximum Potential

           Objectives. Talk to Food Stamp eligibles about the kind of format they prefer and the information they
            need to better use their resources; revise and update existing handouts to better address the needs of our
            target audience; and evaluate the use of the information presented.

           Audience. Food Stamp eligibles in FSNEP counties.

           Focus on FSP Eligibles. 150 Food stamp eligible families will receive nutrition education classes.

           Project Description. The purpose of this project is to provide basic life skill education in a series of one-
            page, bilingual, low-literacy publications assisting our audience in using their resources to the fullest and
            avoid being taken in by fraudulent offers.

           Summary of Action Plan. Develop questions for focus group interviews for food stamp eligibles and ar-
            range to conduct focus group interviews. Update and revise Learning for Better Living handouts on goal
            setting, shopping tips, using an electronic benefits transfer card, saving money at the grocery store, apply-
            ing for federal tax credits, and avoiding identity theft. Conduct focus group interviews. Complete revi-
            sions of handouts and then distribute copies of handouts to FSNEP counties for use with clients. The
            handouts will be updated and reviewed by the FSNEP curriculum committee.

           Modification of Project Methods/Strategies.
               Not Applicable

           Use of Existing Educational Materials.
                Handouts from Learning for Better Living will be updated and adapted for food stamp eligible cli-
                ents.

           Development of New Educational Materials.
               Not Applicable

EVALUATION PLANS

        20-50% of the families target will be evaluated.

COORDINATION EFFORTS

        Not Applicable.




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b. Audience and Category: Targeting Plan for Reaching Eligible Population

      The target population of FSNEP will be adult and youth Food Stamp recipients and ap-
      plicants located in the 40 participating California counties (50 program units). Figure 1
      shows the location of all the proposed programs in California. As the map indicates, the
      program will be implemented throughout the state in both urban and rural locations.
      Figure 2 is a list of participating counties for UC-FSNEP for this fiscal year.

      Chart 2 provides the targeting plan for all UC-FSNEP county sites and Supplementary
      Projects for FFY 07. Chart 2A is the Targeting Plan for the Adult. Chart 2B is the Tar-
      geting Plan for the Youth Program.

c. How our program will focus on FSP eligibles:

      UC-FSNEP will focus on FSP eligibles by a variety of nutrition education delivery
      methods. Our staff are trained in recruiting FSP eligibles using the Targeting Plans pre-
      sented in Charts 2A and 2B.

d. How our program is implemented:

      Once participants are enrolled in our UC-FSNEP program, demographic information is
      collected using the Family Record and a pre-test is completed (Food Behavior Check-
      list-pre). We have already received IRB approval to collect the pre and post-test evalua-
      tion data from our enrollees. Clients receive from 4 to 7 hours of nutrition education us-
      ing the materials described in (g). After the education program is delivered, clients
      complete a post-test. All county data is entered into the FSNEP-ERS program and the
      results for each county are analyzed. Additionally, the ERS program is used to aggre-
      gate all results for the Final Report. We request a waiver so that any person who might
      be in one of our nutrition education classes and is not considered "eligible" can attend
      the class. We do not analyze data from non-eligible clients. Our Family Record pro-
      vides the information to determine eligibility. Over 90% of our class participants are el-
      igible for the nutrition education program because we target these individuals.

e. Summary of existing research:

      We have included the existing research to support our delivery methods and evaluation
      tools in Section A.

f. Justification for adapting or changing project methods:

      We have not adapted or changed our delivery methods. We are using the paraprofes-
      sional model to work directly with eligible clients. We have a number of Supplementary
      Projects (see Chart 1B) which will be using new delivery methods and tools.




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Figure 1: FSNEP Participating Counties




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                     Figure 2: FSNEP Program Units

    PARTICIPATING        PROGRAM UNITS ADULT       PROGRAM UNITS YOUTH
      COUNTIES               (Number = 20)             (Number = 30)
     (Number = 40)



Alameda
                        Alameda                   Alameda
Amador
                        Amador/Calaveras          Amador/Calaveras
Butte
                        Contra Costa              Butte
Calaveras
                        Fresno                    Colusa
Colusa
                        Imperial                  Contra Costa
Contra Costa
                        Los Angeles               Fresno
Fresno
                        Monterey/Santa Cruz       Imperial
Glenn
                        Riverside                 Kern
Imperial
                        Sacramento                Kings
Kern
                        San Diego                 Lake
Kings
                        San Joaquin               Los Angeles
Lake
                        San Mateo/San Francisco   Marin
Los Angeles
                        Santa Barbara             Merced
Marin
                        Santa Clara               Monterey/Santa Cruz
Mariposa
                        Shasta                    Placer/Nevada
Merced
                        Solano                    Riverside
Monterey
                        Trinity                   San Diego
Nevada
                        Tulare                    San Joaquin
Placer
                        Tuolumne/Mariposa         San Luis Obispo
Riverside
                        Ventura                   San Mateo/San Francisco
Sacramento
                                                  Santa Clara
San Diego
                                                  Shasta
San Francisco
                                                  Sonoma
San Joaquin
                                                  Sutter/Yuba
San Luis Obispo
                                                  Tehama/Glenn
San Mateo
                                                  Trinity
Santa Barbara
                                                  Tulare
Santa Clara
                                                  Tuolumne/Mariposa
Santa Cruz
                                                  Ventura
Shasta
                                                  Yolo
Solano
Sonoma
Sutter
Tehama
Trinity
Tulare
Tuolumne
Ventura
Yuba
Yolo




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                                Chart 2A: Adult UC-FSNEP Targeting Plan (FFY07)
County         Audience                          Name of Location             Documentation: %                Source of Data
All Counties   WIC (all clinics)                 Federal Program              All clients eligible            Federal program
               Head Start (all centers)          Federal Program              All clients eligible            Federal program
               Food Stamp Office (all offices)   Federal Program              All clients eligible            Federal program
               Job Club (all sites)              Federal Program              All clients eligible            Federal program
               Migrant Education (all sites)     Federal Program              All clients eligible            Federal program
               School Lunch Programs (all
                                                 Federal Program              All children eligible           Federal program
               eligible schools)
Alameda        Childcare Centers                 Berkeley Head Start sites    Agency has their own data
                                                                                                              Agency maintains data onsite
                                                                              indicating that 90% are at or
                                                 Oakland Head Start sites                                     (letter from director on file)
                                                                              below poverty level
               Recovery Programs                 Matilda Cleveland
                                                 Andover House
                                                 Athol House
                                                 Berkeley Jubilee
                                                 Second Chance
                                                 Meekland Center              Agency has their own data
                                                                                                              Agency maintains data onsite
                                                 WIN Program                  indicating that 90% are at or
                                                                                                              (letter from director on file)
                                                 Solid Foundation             below poverty level
                                                 Henry Robinson Multi-
                                                 Service
                                                 Highland Hospital Recovery
                                                 Program
                                                 HAART’S Inc.
                                                 East Bay Vietnamese As-      Agency has their own data
               New Immigrant Program                                                                          Agency maintains data onsite
                                                 sociation                    indicating that 90% are at or
                                                                                                              (letter from director on file)
                                                 Lao Family                   below poverty level
               Job Skills Development            Jobs Consortium              Agency has their own data
                                                                                                              Agency maintains data onsite
                                                 International Institute of   indicating that 90% are at or
                                                                                                              (letter from director on file)
                                                 East Bay                     below poverty level
                                                 WIC East Oakland Health
               WIC                                                            All clients eligible            Federal program
                                                 Center
                                                                              Agency has their own data
                                                                                                              Agency maintains data onsite
               Battered Women’s Shelter          A Safe Place                 indicating that 90% are at or
                                                                                                              (letter from director on file)
                                                                              below poverty level




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County               Audience                   Name of Location               Documentation: %                 Source of Data
                                                Building Opportunities for
                     Homeless Shelter           Self Sufficiency in Oakland,
                                                Berkeley, and Hayward
                                                Women’s Daytime Action         Agency has their own data
                                                Center                                                          Agency maintains data onsite
                                                                               indicating that 90% are at or
                                                                                                                (letter from director on file)
                                                St. Vincent de Paul Visita-    below poverty level
                                                tion Center
                                                Alpha Omega
                                                Midway Shelter
                                                                               Agency has their own data
                                                                                                                Agency maintains data onsite
                     Community Groups           Harbor House                   indicating that 90% are at or
                                                                                                                (letter from director on file)
                                                                               below poverty level
Amador/                                         Human Resources Council        100% at or below 185% of
                     Food Bank                                                                                  All clients eligible
Calaveras                                       (HRC)– Food Bank               poverty level
                     WIC                        Federal Program                All clients eligible             Federal Program
                                                HRC Women’s Crisis Cen-        78% at or below 185% of          Agency maintains data onsite
                     Women’s Crisis Center
                                                ter                            poverty level                    (letter from director on file)
                                                                               Agency has their own data
                                                                                                                Agency maintains data onsite
                     Drug & Alcohol Rehab       Amador Social Services         indicating that 50% at or be-
                                                                                                                (letter from director on file)
                                                                               low 185% of poverty level
                                                                               Agency has their own data
                                                                                                                Agency maintains data onsite
                     Even Start                 ATCAA                          indicating that 100% at or be-
                                                                                                                (letter from director on file)
                                                                               low 185% of poverty level
                                                                               Agency has their own data
                                                                                                                Agency maintains data onsite
                     Foothill Indian Alliance   Community Project              indicating that 75% at or be-
                                                                                                                (letter from director on file)
                                                                               low 185% of poverty level
                     Cal Works                  Federal Program                All Clients eligible             Federal Program
                     Headstart (parents)        Federal Program                All Clients eligible             Federal Program
Butte/Fish Connec-   Headstart
                                                Federal Program                All clients eligible             Federal Program
tion
                     WIC                        Federal Program                All clients eligible             Federal Program
                     Food Stamp Offices         Federal Program                All clients eligible             Federal Program
                     Migrant Head Start         Federal Program                All clients eligible             Federal Program
                     CalWORKS                   Federal Program                All clients eligible             Federal Program
                                                School sites listed in Chart                                    School sites listed in Chart 2B
                     Parents of FSNEP Youth                                    Percentage identified for each
                                                2B Youth UC-FSNEP Tar-                                          Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
                     Schools                                                   eligible school
                                                geting Plan                                                     Plan




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County         Audience                            Name of Location                Documentation: %                  Source of Data
               Families/Individual living in low
                                                   Vista Verde, Campbell
               income housing projects: Butte
                                                   Commons Apartments,                                               Agency maintains data onsite
               County Housing Authority and                                        All clients eligible
                                                   East of Eaton Apartments,                                         (letter from director on file)
               Chico Housing Improvement
                                                   Butte County Labor Camp
               Project
Contra Costa   TANF                                Federal Program                 All clients eligible              Federal Program
                                                                                                                     School sites listed in Chart 2B
               Parents of Youth FSNEP              Schools sites listed in Chart   Percentage identified for each
Fresno                                                                                                               Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
               Schools Eligible                    2B Youth UC-FSNEP               eligible school
                                                                                                                     Plan
                                                   All of our women and chil-
                                                                                   Agency has their own data
                                                   dren receive Food Stamps                                          Agency maintains data onsite
               WestCare California                                                 indicating that all clients
                                                   and eligible clients receive                                      (letter from director on file)
                                                                                   100.00% eligible
                                                   WIC products
               Open-ended recovery program.
                                                   Comprehensive Addiction                                           Agency maintains data onsite
               30-90 day inpatient program; 6-                                     All clients 100.00% eligible.
                                                   Programs, Inc.                                                    (letter from director on file)
               month perinatal program.
                                                   Light & Life Urban Minis-                                         Agency maintains data onsite
               Low-income housing complex                                          All clients 100.00% eligible.
                                                   tries, Winery Apartments                                          (letter from director on file)
                                                                                   Agency has their own data
                                                   Imperial Valley Regional
                                                                                   indicating that 85% of clien-     ROP Central Office keeps
Imperial       ROP                                 Occupational Program, El
                                                                                   tele are at or below 185%         data onsite.
                                                   Centro
                                                                                   poverty level.
                                                                                   Agency has their own data
                                                   Womanhaven d.b.a
                                                                                   indicating that 92% of clients    Womanhaven business office
               Center for Family Solutions         Center for Family Solution,
                                                                                   are at or below 185% poverty      keeps data on site.
                                                   El Centro
                                                                                   level.
                                                                                   Agency has their own data
                                                                                                                     Behavioral Health Services
               Imperial County Behavioral          El Centro IC Behavioral         indicating that 98% of clien-
                                                                                                                     records office keeps data on
               Health Services                     Health Services, El Centro      tele are at or below 185%
                                                                                                                     site.
                                                                                   poverty level.
                                                                                   Agency has their own data
                                                   Calexico Neighborhood           indicating that 99% clients are   Neighborhood House central
               Neighborhood Home
                                                   House                           at or below 185% poverty lev-     office keeps data on site.
                                                                                   el.
                                                   Behavioral Health Services      Agency has their own data
                                                                                                                     Behavioral Health Services
                                                   Alcohol and Drug programs       indicating that 98% of clien-
               Perinatal Program                                                                                     records office keeps data on
                                                   County of Imperial,             tele are at or below 185%
                                                                                                                     site.
                                                   El Centro                       poverty level.




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County           Audience                          Name of Location              Documentation: %                  Source of Data
                                                                                 Agency has their own data
                                                                                 indicating that 100% of clients   Housing Authority Admission
Imperial Contd   Housing Authority                 El Centro Housing Authority
                                                                                 are at or below 185% poverty      records
                                                                                 level.
                                                                                 Agency has their own data
                                                   Imperial County Office of     indicating that 95% of clien-     Agency maintains data onsite
                 Office of Education
                                                   Education El Centro           tele are at or below 185%         (letter from director on file)
                                                                                 poverty level.
                                                                                                                   School sites listed in Chart 2B
                                                                                 82.4% children receive Free
                 Middle School Parent Group        Sun Valley Middle School                                        Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
LA                                                                               & Reduced priced meals
                                                                                                                   Plan
                                                                                 Agency has their own data
                                                   Good Shepherd Homeless        indicating that 90% of per-       Agency maintains data onsite
                 Homeless Shelter
                                                   Center                        sons have incomes at or be-       (letter from director on file)
                                                                                 low 130% poverty
                                                                                 Agency has their own data
                                                                                 indicating that 94.8% children
                 Pre School Parent Group           Hoover Elementary School                                        Calif. Dept of Education
                                                                                 receive Free & Reduced
                                                                                 priced meals
                                                                                 Agency has their own data
                                                                                 indicating that 90% of per-       Agency maintains data onsite
                 Family Self-sufficiency site      Maude Booth Family Center
                                                                                 sons have incomes at or be-       (letter from director on file)
                                                                                 low 130% poverty
                                                                                 Agency has their own data
                                                                                 indicating that 90% of per-       Agency maintains data onsite
                 Family Self-sufficiency site      La Escuelita Family Center
                                                                                 sons have incomes at or be-       (letter from director on file)
                                                                                 low 130% poverty
                 Head Start (all offices)          Federal Program               All clients eligible              Federal Program
                 Food Stamp Office (all offices)   Federal Program               All clients eligible              Federal Program
                                                                                                                   School sites listed in Chart 2B
                                                   Healthy Start Program, San    99% of children receive free
                 Parent Group                                                                                      Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
                                                   Fernando                      and reduced price meals
                                                                                                                   Plan
                                                                                                                   School sites listed in Chart 2B
                                                   Washington Irving middle      88.3% of children receive free
                 Parent Group                                                                                      Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
                                                   School                        and reduced price meals
                                                                                                                   Plan
                                                                                                                   School sites listed in Chart 2B
                                                   Mommy and me, Baldwin         95.2% of children receive free
                 Parent Group                                                                                      Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
                                                   Park                          and reduced price meals
                                                                                                                   Plan




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County      Audience                           Name of Location             Documentation: %                    Source of Data
                                                                                                                School sites listed in Chart 2B
                                               School Garden – North Hol-   74% of children receive free
LA Contd    Parent Group                                                                                        Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
                                               lywood High School           and reduced price meals
                                                                                                                Plan
                                                                            Housing Authority of LA
                                               Various County Public        County has data that shows          Agency maintains data onsite
            Residents of Housing Authority
                                               Housing Sites                100% of clients are at or be-       (letter from director on file)
                                                                            low poverty level.
                                                                                                                School sites listed in Chart 2B
                                               Pleasant View Elementary     92.6% of children receive free
            Parent Group                                                                                        Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
                                               School                       and reduced price meals
                                                                                                                Plan
                                                                                                                School sites listed in Chart 2B
                                                                            96.1% of children receive free
            Parent Group                       Whittier Elementary                                              Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
                                                                            and reduced price meals
                                                                                                                Plan
                                                                            Agency has their own data
                                               Community Center and                                             Agency maintains data onsite
            Community Group                                                 which indicate that 76.8% are
                                               Adult School, Baldwin Park                                       (letter from director on file)
                                                                            at or below poverty level
                                                                            Agency has their own data
                                                                                                                Agency maintains data onsite
            Battered Women’s Shelter           Prototype                    which indicate that 100% are
                                                                                                                (letter from director on file)
                                                                            at or below poverty level.
Mariposa/   Head Start (all centers) centers
                                               Federal Program              All clients eligible                Federal program
Tuolumne    with state funding
            Food Stamp Office (all offices)    Federal Program              All clients eligible                Federal program
            School Lunch Programs (all
                                               Federal Program              All children eligible               Federal program
            eligible schools)
                                                                            Agency has their own data
                                                                            indicating that over 50% of         Agency maintains data onsite
            ThumbsUP!
                                                                            persons incomes at or below         (letter from director on file)
                                                                            130% poverty
                                                                            Agency has their own data
            Heritage House/Mariposa Be-                                     indicating that over 50% of         Agency maintains data onsite
            havioral Health                                                 persons incomes at or below         (letter from director on file)
                                                                            130% poverty
                                                                            Agency has their own data
                                                                                                                School sites listed in Chart 2B
            Tuolumne/Sonora Family                                          indicating that all referrals are
                                               Social Services referrals                                        Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
            Learning Centers                                                eligible for Food Stamp Pro-
                                                                                                                Plan
                                                                            gram
            Building Blocks Pre School and
                                               Federal Program              All clients eligible                Federal Program
            Family Centers




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County           Audience                       Name of Location               Documentation: %                 Source of Data
                                                                               Agency has their own data
                                                School sites listed in Chart                                    School sites listed in Chart 2B
Mariposa/        ICES Parenting classes & in-                                  indicating that >50% of per-
                                                2B Youth UC-FSNEP Tar-                                          Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
Tuolumne Contd   home support services                                         sons incomes at or below
                                                geting Plan                                                     Plan
                                                                               130% poverty
                                                                               Agency has their own data
Monterey/        King City Child Development    Monterey County Child          indicating that 89.3% are be-    Agency maintains data onsite
Santa Cruz       Center parents                 Care                           low 185% federal poverty lev-    (letter from director on file)
                                                                               el
                                                                               Agency has their own data
                                                Monterey County Child          indicating that 62.8 % are be-   Agency maintains data onsite
                 Prunedale Pre-school parents
                                                Care                           low 185% federal poverty lev-    (letter from director on file)
                                                                               el
                                                                               Agency has their own data
                 Seaside Child Development
                                                Monterey County Child          indicating that 87.9% are be-    Agency maintains data onsite
                 Center parents
                                                Care                           low 185% federal poverty lev-    (letter from director on file)
                                                                               el
                                                                               CDE data shows 76.7% are         School sites listed in Chart 2B
                 Santa Lucia School parents     King City, CA                  below 185% federal poverty       Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
                                                                               level                            Plan
                                                                               CDE data shows 90.9% are         School sites listed in Chart 2B
                 Soledad High School parents    Soledad, CA                    below 185% federal poverty       Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
                                                                               level                            Plan
                                                                               CDE data shows 89.8% are         School sites listed in Chart 2B
                 Frank Ledesma School parents   Soledad, CA                    below 185% federal poverty       Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
                                                                               level                            Plan
                                                                               CDE data shows 98.6% are         School sites listed in Chart 2B
                 Gabilan Elementary parents     Soledad, CA                    below 185% federal poverty       Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
                                                                               level                            Plan
                                                                               CDE data shows 93.1% are         School sites listed in Chart 2B
                 Main Street Middle parents     Soledad, CA                    below 185% federal poverty       Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
                                                                               level                            Plan
                                                                               CDE data shows 86.9% are         School sites listed in Chart 2B
                 Rose Ferrero Elementary par-
                                                Soledad, CA                    below 185% federal poverty       Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
                 ents
                                                                               level                            Plan
                                                                               CDE data shows 92.8% are         School sites listed in Chart 2B
                 San Vicente Elementary par-
                                                Soledad, CA                    below 185% federal poverty       Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
                 ents
                                                                               level                            Plan




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County               Audience                        Name of Location                Documentation: %                   Source of Data
                                                                                     CDE data shows 84.3% are           School sites listed in Chart 2B
Monterey/            Parents of all elementary &     Greenfield Union Elemen-
                                                                                     below 185% federal poverty         Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
Santa Cruz Contd     middle schools in district      tary District
                                                                                     level                              Plan
                                                                                     Agency has their own data
                     Monterey County Childcare Re-
                                                                                     indicating that 67% of clien-      Agency maintains data onsite
                     source & Referral Adult Stu-    Salinas, CA
                                                                                     tele are at or below 185%          (letter from director on file)
                     dents
                                                                                     poverty level.
                                                     Pregnant and parenting
                                                                                     The GATEWAY maintains a
                                                     teens are the audience –
Nevada/Placer/Fish                                                                   data-base on their clients.        Agency maintains data onsite
                     Gateway PCOE                    GATEWAY is the name of
Connection                                                                           100% of the participants meet      (letter from director on file)
                                                     this project located in Rock-
                                                                                     federal poverty guidelines.
                                                     lin and Roseville
                                                     Located throughout the
                     Placer and Nevada County                                        All enrollees in the state pre-    All client eligibility data is
                                                     county in high poverty areas
                     State preschools                                                schools must meet the same         maintained by the state pre-
                                                     – Federal Program
                                                                                     poverty income requirements        school administrative agen-
                                                                                     as Head Start families. 100%       cies
                                                                                     are food stamp eligible.
                     New Leaf Treatment Centers                                                                         Client data is maintained by
                                                     Roseville, Auburn, Grass        100% of the clients are on
                     11835 Lorenson                                                                                     the agency and available for
                                                     Valley                          medical and county welfare.
                     Auburn, Ca. 95602                                                                                  review.
                                                                                     The county performs clientele
                                                                                     income eligibility screening for
                                                                                     the program. Most clients are
                     Placer County Mental Health
                                                     Mental health clinics located   also SSI recipients. To be         Agency maintains data onsite
                     11512 B Avenue
                                                     in Auburn and Roseville         eligible for the program clients   (letter from director on file)
                     Auburn, CA 95603
                                                                                     must meet federal poverty
                                                                                     guidelines, therefore 100%
                                                                                     are eligible.
                                                     Located in Roseville, this      To be eligible to participate in
                     Home Start                      project focuses on those        the project clients must pro-
                     410 Riverside Ave.              with the greatest need of       vide income data, priority is      Agency maintains data onsite
                     Roseville, CA 95678             the Placer county families      given to the lowest income.        (letter from director on file)
                                                     by providing them with low-     100% are food stamp recipi-
                                                     income housing.                 ents.




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County               Audience                     Name of Location              Documentation: %                Source of Data
                                                  Located in Roseville, this
                                                                                100% of the clients are food
                                                  project targets homeless
                     St. Vincent de Paul                                        stamp recipients as indicated
Nevada/Placer/Fish                                families and establishes                                      Agency maintains data onsite
                     139 Riverside Ave.                                         by the agencies data. Must
Connection Contd                                  them in low income apart-                                     (letter from director on file)
                     Roseville, CA 95678                                        meet federal poverty guide-
                                                  ments maintained by the
                                                                                lines to participate.
                                                  agency.
                     Family Resources Centers
                     124 Main St.
                                                  Located in Roseville, Au-
                     Roseville, CA 95678                                        Agency maintains data on the
                                                  burn and Foresthill, these
                     11990 Heritage Oak Pl. #9                                  families which must meet in-    Agency maintains data onsite
                                                  projects target low income
                     Auburn, CA 95603                                           come criteria including 185%    (letter from director on file)
                                                  with a variety of resources
                     P.O.Box 1578                                               of poverty income.
                                                  and home visitors.
                     Foresthill, CA 95631

                                                                                Agency maintains the data on
                                                  The senior feeding pro-
                                                                                the clients that is collected
                     Senior Centers               grams provide classes for
                                                                                when they enroll in the pro-    Agency maintains data onsite
                     11577 E Ave                  their SSI recipients. We
                                                                                gram. We only work with sen-    (letter from director on file)
                     Auburn CA 95603              target the SSI clients with
                                                                                iors that are on food stamps
                                                  classes.
                                                                                or SSI.
                                                                                Agency has their own data
                                                  Center for Employment         indicating 100% are below       Agency maintains data onsite
Riverside            Job Club
                                                  Training, Inc., Indio         125% poverty level ($23,990     (letter from director on file)
                                                                                for family of four)
                                                                                Agency has their own data
                                                  Desert Communities Em-                                        Agency maintains data onsite
                     Low Income Housing                                         indicating 100% below 185%
                                                  powerment Zone                                                (letter from director on file)
                                                                                poverty level
                                                  Mecca Day Care                Agency has their own data
                                                  Mecca Day Care II             indicating >50% below 134%      Agency maintains data onsite
                     Day Care Centers
                                                  Tlaquepaque Day Care          poverty level ($2,167/mo for    (letter from director on file)
                                                  Nueva Vista Day Care          family of four)
                                                  Riverside County Office of
                                                                                Agency has their own data
                                                  Education Children and                                        Agency maintains data onsite
                     Family Childcare Providers                                 indicating ~60% below 185%
                                                  Family Services Family-to-                                    (letter from director on file)
                                                                                poverty level
                                                  Family Program
                                                                                Agency has their own data
                                                                                                                Agency maintains data onsite
                     Homeless Shelter             Martha’s Village              indicating 100% below 185%
                                                                                                                (letter from director on file)
                                                                                poverty level




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County              Audience                    Name of Location                Documentation: %                 Source of Data
                                                                                Agency has their own data
                                                Southeast Asian People’s                                         Community Action Partner-
Riverside Contd     Southeast Asian Refugees                                    indicating 72% annual family
                                                Farm Project                                                     ship
                                                                                income below $15,000
                                                                                Agency has their own data
                    DPSS Food Stamp Office      DPSS Food Stamp Office          indicating 100% Food Stamp       DPSS
                                                                                participants
                                                School-based State Pro-                                          Agency maintains data onsite
                    Healthy Start                                               Federal Program
                                                gram                                                             (letter from director on file)
                                                                                                                 Agency maintains data onsite
                    Even Start                  Federal Program                 Federal Program
                                                                                                                 (letter from director on file)
                                                                                Agency has their own data
                                                Coachella Valley Adult
                                                                                indicating 56.2% on
                    Adult Education             School, Coachella Valley                                         Data Quest CDE Web Site
                                                                                free/reduced price meals (dis-
                                                Unified School District
                                                                                trict-wide)
                                                                                Agency has their own data
                    Parent Education Resource   Desert Sands Unified            indicating 50.1% on
                                                                                                                 Data Quest CDE Web Site
                    Center                      School District                 free/reduced price meals (dis-
                                                                                trict-wide)
                                                Schools sites listed in Chart
                    Parents of Youth FSNEP
                                                2B Youth FSNEP Targeting        All clients eligible             ED-Data CDE Web Site
                    Schools
                                                Plan
                                                North Sacramento
                                                                                                                 Agency maintains data onsite
Sacramento          Food Banks                  Del Paso Heights                All sites eligible
                                                                                                                 (letter from director on file)
                                                South Sacramento
                                                North Sacramento
                                                                                                                 Agency maintains data onsite
                    Homeless Shelters           Del Paso Heights                All sites eligible
                                                                                                                 (letter from director on file)
                                                South Sacramento
                                                North Sacramento
                                                                                                                 Agency maintains data onsite
                    Family Resource Centers     Del Paso Heights                All sites eligible
                                                                                                                 (letter from director on file)
                                                South Sacramento
                                                North Sacramento
                                                                                Only seniors on food stamps      Agency maintains data onsite
                    Senior Centers              Del Paso Heights
                                                                                as part of SSI are eligible      (letter from director on file)
                                                South Sacramento
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County              Audience                           Name of Location               Documentation: %                  Source of Data
                    Food insecure families and indi-   Emergency Food Bank of
San Joaquin/Fish                                                                                                        Agency maintains data on site
                    viduals seeking emergency food     Stockton and their satellite   All sites eligible
Connection                                                                                                              (letter from director on file).
                    assistance.                        sites
                                                                                      Agency has data that shows        Agency maintains data on site
                                                       San Joaquin Delta College
                    Preschool Parents (State)                                         78% of the children receive       (letter from food service direc-
                                                       Child Development Center
                                                                                      free and reduced price meals      tor on file).
                                                                                      Agency has data that shows
                                                       Creative Child Care, Inc.,     74% of the children receive       Agency maintains data on site
                    Preschool Parents (State)
                                                       South San Joaquin County       free and reduced priced           (letter from director on file).
                                                                                      meals
                    Family Shelter—homeless fami-                                     Agency has data that shows
                                                       Gospel Center Rescue Mis-                                        Agency maintains data on site
                    lies with children and low-                                       100% of the clients are below
                                                       sion                                                             (letter from director on file).
                    income single women                                               185% of the poverty level.
                                                                                      Agency has data that shows
                    Drug Recovery Program for          Gospel Center Rescue Mis-      60% of the men in their drug      Agency maintains data on site
                    men                                sion                           treatment program receive         (letter from director on file).
                                                                                      food stamps
                                                                                      Agency has their own data
                                                       Catholic Charities – Chil-
                    Low-income Families with                                          indicating that 68% of their      Agency maintains data on site
                                                       dren’s Health Initiative
                    young children                                                    clients are below 185% of the     (letter from director on file).
                                                                                      poverty level.
                                                                                      Agency has their own data
                                                       Substance Abuse Family         indicating that 75% or more of    Agency maintains data on site
                    Mothers in drug recovery
                                                       Education (SAFE)               their clients receive food        (letter from director on file).
                                                                                      stamps.
                                                                                      Agency has their own data
                                                                                      indicating that 100% of the
                    CalWORKs Program Partici-                                         clients are eligible to receive   Agency maintains data on site
                                                       Wellness WORKs!
                    pants (welfare to work program)                                   food stamps as CalWORKs           (letter from director on file).
                                                                                      program participants.

                    Low-income Families and Sen-       Filipino Plaza Low Income      90% of the clients are below      Agency maintains data on site
(Fish Connection)
                    iors                               Housing Project                the poverty level                 (letter from director on file).
                    Low-income housing sites with
                                                       Housing Authority of the
                    community centers serving el-                                     100% of the clients are below     Agency maintains data on site
                                                       County of San Joaquin (all
                    derly, disabled, and families                                     185% of the poverty level         (letter from director on file).
                                                       sites)
                    working toward self-sufficiency.




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County              Audience                          Name of Location             Documentation: %                 Source of Data
San Joaquin/Fish    Drug recovery program for Na-     Three Rivers Indian Lodge,   100% of the clients receive      Agency maintains data on site
Connection Contd    tive Americans                    Native Directions, Inc.      food stamps                      (letter from director on file).
                                                                                   At least 50% of the families     Agency maintains data on site
                    Pregnant and parenting teens      TUSD STEPS Program
                                                                                   are receiving food stamps.       (letter from director on file).
                                                                                   100% of the clients are below
                                                                                   the poverty level; 90% of the
                    County drug recovery program                                   families are receiving food      Agency maintains data on site
                                                      Family Ties
                    for women.                                                     stamps; 100% of the children     (letter from director on file).
                                                                                   receive free or reduced price
                                                                                   lunches
(Fish Connection)   WIC (all clinics)                 Federal Program              All clients eligible             Federal program
(Fish Connection)   Head Start (all centers)          Federal Program              All clients eligible             Federal program
(Fish Connection)   Food Stamp Office (all offices)   Federal Program              All clients eligible             Federal program
(Fish Connection)   Job Club (all sites)              Federal Program              All clients eligible             Federal program
(Fish Connection)   Migrant Education (all sites)     Federal Program              All clients eligible             Federal program
                    School Lunch Programs (all
(Fish Connection)                                     Federal Program              All children eligible            Federal program
                    eligible schools)
                                                                                   Agency has their own data
                                                      Oak Park Center Paso Ro-                                      Agency maintains data onsite
San Luis Obispo     EOC San Luis Obispo County                                     Indicatiing that 90% are 185%
                                                      bles                                                          (letter from director on file)
                                                                                   below poverty level
                                                                                   Participating records indicat-
                    Lucia Mar School District Adult                                                                 Agency maintains data onsite
                                                      Oceano and Nipomo            ing that 80% are 185% below
                    Education /First Five                                                                           (letter from director on file)
                                                                                   poverty level
                                                                                   Agency has their own data
                    Food Bank of San Luis Obispo                                                                    Agency maintains data onsite
                                                      Oceano and Paso Robles       Indicating that 100% are
                    County                                                                                          (letter from director on file)
                                                                                   185% below poverty level
                                                                                   Agency has their own data
                                                      Atascadero and Paso Ro-                                       Agency maintains data onsite
                    Womens Shelter Program                                         indicating that 70% are 185%
                                                      bles                                                          (letter from director on file)
                                                                                   below poverty level
                                                                                   Agency has their own data
                                                      Grover Beach Arroyo                                           Agency maintains data onsite
                    People Helping People                                          indicating that 100% are
                                                      Grande Cambria                                                (letter from director on file)
                                                                                   185% below poverty level
                                                                                   Agency has their own data
                    Santa Maria Domestic Violence     Domestic Violence Solu-                                       Agency maintains data onsite
Santa Barbara                                                                      indicating that 90% are 185%
                    Solutions Shelter                 tions Womens’ Shelter                                         (letter from director on file)
                                                                                   below poverty level.




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County                Audience                          Name of Location            Documentation: %                Source of Data
                                                                                    Agency has their own data
                      Santa Maria Mariposa House        Domestic Violence           indicating that 90% are 185%    Agency maintains data onsite
Santa Barbara Contd
                      Home Women’s Shelter              Solutions Mariposa House    below                           (letter from director on file)
                                                                                    Poverty level
                                                                                    Agency has their own
                      Santa Maria Family Transitional                               Data indicating that 100% are   Agency maintains data onsite
                                                        Good Samaritan Shelter
                      Shelter                                                       185% below                      (letter from director on file)
                                                                                    Poverty level
                                                                                    Agency has their own
                      Santa Maria Premie Women’s                                    Data indicating that            Agency maintains data onsite
                                                        Project Premie
                      Drug Rehab                                                    95% are 185% below Poverty      (letter from director on file)
                                                                                    level
                                                                                    Agency has their own data
                      Cuyama Catholic Charity Food      Catholic Charities                                          Agency maintains data onsite
                                                                                    indicating that 95% are 185%
                      Bank                              Cuyama                                                      (letter from director on file)
                                                                                    below Poverty level
                                                                                    Agency has their own data
                                                        Catholic Charities                                          Agency maintains data onsite
                      Guadalupe Catholic Food Bank                                  indicating that 100% are be-
                                                        Guadalupe                                                   (letter from director on file)
                                                                                    low Poverty level
                                                                                    Agency has their own data
                      North Santa Barbara County        North Santa Barbara Coun-                                   Agency maintains data onsite
                                                                                    indicating that 90% are 185%
                      State Preschool Parents           ty State Preschools                                         (letter from director on file)
                                                                                    below poverty level
                                                        North Santa Barbara         Agency has their own data
                      Santa Barbara School Readi-                                                                   Agency maintains data onsite
                                                        County School Readiness     indicating that 100% are
                      ness Program                                                                                  (letter from director on file)
                                                        Program                     185% below poverty level
                                                        Santa Maria Cares
                                                                                    Agency has their own data
                                                        Center                                                      Agency maintains data onsite
                      Santa Maria Cares Center                                      indicating that 95% are 185%
                                                                                                                    (letter from director on file)
                                                                                    below poverty level
                                                        Santa Maria Bonita School
                                                                                    Agency has their own data
                                                        District CBET                                               Agency maintains data onsite
                      Santa Maria ESL                                               indicating that 80% are 185%
                                                        Program English As A                                        (letter from director on file)
                                                                                    below poverty level
                                                        Second Language
                                                        People Helping People
                                                                                    Agency has their own data
                      Santa Ynez People Helping         Santa Ynez                                                  Agency maintains data onsite
                                                                                    indicating that 100% are
                      People                                                                                        (letter from director on file)
                                                                                    185% below poverty level




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County                Audience                        Name of Location            Documentation: %                Source of Data
                                                      Santa Maria Bonita School   Agency has their own data
                                                      District                    indicating that 79% are 185%
                                                                                  below poverty level
                      Santa Maria and Orcutt School                                                               Agency maintains data onsite
Santa Barbara Contd
                      District ESL                    Orcutt Union School         Agency has their own data       (letter from director on file)
                                                      District                    indicating that 24% are 185%
                                                                                  below
                                                                                  Poverty level
                                                                                  Agency has their own data
                                                                                                                  Agency maintains data onsite
                      People Helping People           Santa Maria Guadalupe       indicating that 100% are
                                                                                                                  (letter from director on file)
                                                                                  185% below poverty level
                                                                                  Agency has their own data
                      Santa Barbara County Food       Santa Barbara County Food                                   Agency maintains data onsite
                                                                                  indicating that 100% are
                      Bank                            Bank                                                        (letter from director on file)
                                                                                  185% below poverty level
                      CalWorks/Workforce Resource     Federal Program Santa                                       Agency maintains data onsite
                                                                                  All clients eligible
                      Center                          Maria                                                       (letter from director on file)
                                                                                  Agency has their own data
                      St. Mary’s Catholic Church                                                                  Agency maintains data onsite
                                                      Santa Maria                 indicating that 70% are 185%
                      Spanish Group and School                                                                    (letter from director on file)
                                                                                  below poverty level
                                                                                  Agency has their own data
                      St. John Neumann Church                                                                     Agency maintains data onsite
                                                      Santa Maria                 indicating that 70% are 185%
                      Spanish Group                                                                               (letter from director on file)
                                                                                  below poverty level
                                                                                  Agency has their own data
                      St. Louis de Montfort Church                                                                Agency maintains data onsite
                                                      Santa Maria                 indicating that 70% are 185%
                      Spanish Group                                                                               (letter from director on file)
                                                                                  below poverty level
                                                                                  Agency has their own data
Santa Clara/Fish      At risk and homeless women      InnVision: Georgia Travis                                   Agency maintains data onsite
                                                                                  indicating that 90% are 185%
Connection            and children’s shelter          Center                                                      (letter from director on file)
                                                                                  below poverty level.
                                                                                  Agency has their own data
                      Emergency shelter for women     InnVision: Commercial                                       Agency maintains data onsite
                                                                                  indicating that 90% are 185%
                      and children                    Street Inn                                                  (letter from director on file)
                                                                                  below poverty level.
                                                                                  Agency has their own data
                                                                                  indicating that all residents
                      Homeless shelter, emergency                                                                 Agency maintains data onsite
                                                      San Jose Family Shelter     are below the poverty line,
                      housing                                                                                     (letter from director on file)
                                                                                  thus 100% are 185% below
                                                                                  poverty level.




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County             Audience                           Name of Location             Documentation: %                 Source of Data
                                                                                   Agency has their own data
                   Residential treatment sub-
Santa Clara/Fish                                      House on the Hill for Wom-   indicating that 90% below        Agency maintains data onsite
                   stance abuse program for
Connection Contd                                      en with Children             poverty level, thus >90% are     (letter from director on file)
                   women with children 0 to 5 yrs
                                                                                   185% below poverty level.
                                                                                   Agency has their own data
                                                                                   indicating that 76% at St Pat-
                                                      Loaves and Fishes Family
                                                                                   rick’s are 185% below poverty
                   Feeding program, other com-        Kitchen:
                                                                                   level.
                   munity service programs, in-                                                                     Agency maintains data onsite
                   cluding infant care supplies and   St. Patrick’s site                                            (letter from director on file)
                                                                                   Agency has their own data
                   emergency outreach assistance
                                                                                   indicating that 77% at Goretti
                                                      Goretti site
                                                                                   site are 185% below poverty
                                                                                   level.
                                                      Department of Social Ser-
                   Food Stamp recipients and ap-      vices, Food Stamp Applica-
                                                                                   100% eligible                    Federal Food Stamp Program
                   plicants                           tion Center, San Jose and
                                                      Mountain View
                   Head Start families                Head Start                   100% eligible                    Federal Nutrition Program
                                                                                   100% of the clients are below
                                                      Keys to Success,
                                                                                   185% of poverty level. Quali-    Agency maintains data onsite
                   CalWORKS recipients                CalWorks, Santa Clara
                                                                                   fying families meet State        (letter from director on file)
                                                      County Social Services
                                                                                   CalWORK guidelines.
                                                      Family Supportive Housing    100% of the clients are below    Agency maintains data onsite
                   Homeless families
                                                      (San Jose Family Shelter)    185% of the poverty level        (letter from director on file)
                                                                                   Agency has their own data.
                                                                                   Program is a federally-funded
                                                                                   program that serves low-
                   ESL program. Even Start Fami-      Adult Education – Mountain   income, low-literacy families.   Agency maintains data onsite
                   ly Literacy Program                View                         Qualifying families must be      (letter from director on file)
                                                                                   under the State Income
                                                                                   Guidelines for State Pre-
                                                                                   school.
                                                                                   Agency has their own data
                                                                                                                    School sites listed in Chart 2B
                                                      Olinder Elementary School    indicating that 75.4% of stu-
                   Parents group                                                                                    Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
                                                      San Jose Unified             dents in school receive
                                                                                                                    Plan
                                                                                   free/reduced price meals




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County              Audience                        Name of Location              Documentation: %                  Source of Data
                                                                                  Agency has their own data
                                                                                                                    School sites listed in Chart 2B
Santa Clara/ Fish                                   Blackford Elementary          indicating that 57.7% of stu-
                    Parents group                                                                                   Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
Connection Contd                                    School                        dents in school receive
                                                                                                                    Plan
                                                                                  free/reduced price meals
                                                                                  Agency has their own data
Santa Clara                                                                                                         Available at local site. Letter
                                                    Sacred Heart Community        indicating that 100% of clients
FSNEP FISH CON-     Parents/ESL classes                                                                             from agency documenting
                                                    Services                      are below 185% of the pov-
NECTION                                                                                                             data
                                                                                  erty level
                                                                                  Agency has their own data
Santa Clara                                                                                                         Available at local site. Letter
                    Low-income refugees, ESL        VIVO (Vietnamese Volun-       indicating that 100% of the
FSNEP FISH CON-                                                                                                     from agency documenting
                    classes                         tary Foundation, Inc.)        clients are below 185% of the
NECTION                                                                                                             data
                                                                                  poverty level
                                                                                  Agency has their own data
                                                                                                                    Available at local site. Letter
                    Low income, limited literacy,                                 indicating that at least 90% of
                                                    Grail Family Services                                           from agency documenting
                    immigrant young families                                      clients are below 185% of the
                                                                                                                    data
                                                                                  poverty level
                                                                                  Agency has their own data
                                                                                                                    Santa Clara County Depart-
                                                    CAPS: Combined Addicts        indicating that 100% of the
                    Substance Abusers in Recov-                                                                     ment of Social Services. Let-
                                                    and Professional Services,    clients are below 185% of the
                    ery, men and women                                                                              ter from agency documenting
                                                    Inc.                          poverty level, with < 40% be-
                                                                                                                    data
                                                                                  low 130%
                                                                                  Agency has their own data
                                                    PSAP, Santa Clara Valley                                        Intake documentation at the
                                                                                  indicating that 80% of the cli-
                    Women in Recovery               Health & Hospitals, Alcohol                                     agency. Letter from agency
                                                                                  ents are below 185% of the
                                                    & Drug Services                                                 documenting data.
                                                                                  poverty level
                                                                                  Agency has their own data
                                                    Summer Institute for Par-     indicating that 100% of clients
                                                                                                                    Registration documentation;
                                                    ents                          in the Summer Institute are
                    Parents group                                                                                   letter from school document-
                                                    Campbell Unified School       parents of students who re-
                                                                                                                    ing data
                                                    District                      ceive free/ reduced price
                                                                                  meals
Shasta/Trinity      CalWORKs                        Federal Program               All clients eligible              Federal Program
                    Head Start Parents              Shasta Head Start             Federal Program                   Federal Program
                                                                                  Agency data indicates that
                                                                                                                    Agency maintains data onsite
                    Recovery Program                Right Roads                   over 50% of clients receive
                                                                                                                    (letter from director on file)
                                                                                  food stamps




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County                 Audience                   Name of Location              Documentation: %                 Source of Data
                                                                                Agency data indicates that
                                                                                over 50% of clients have in-     Agency maintains data onsite
Shasta/Trinity Contd   Transitional Housing       House of Hope
                                                                                comes below the 185% pov-        (letter from director on file)
                                                                                erty level
                                                                                Agency data indicates that
                                                                                                                 Agency maintains data onsite
                       Transitional Housing       Frances Court Apartments      over 50% of clients receive
                                                                                                                 (letter from director on file)
                                                                                food stamps
                                                                                Agency data indicates that
                                                  Shasta County Women’s         over 50% of clients have in-     Agency maintains data onsite
                       Battered Women’s Shelter
                                                  Refuge                        comes below the 185% pov-        (letter from director on file)
                                                                                erty level
                                                                                Agency data indicates that
                                                                                over 50% of clients have in-     Agency maintains data onsite
                       Recovery Program           Trinity House
                                                                                comes below the 185% pov-        (letter from director on file)
                                                                                erty level
                                                                                Agency data indicates that
                                                                                                                 Agency maintains data onsite
                       Emergency Food Pantry      Salvation Army                over 50% clients receive food
                                                                                                                 (letter from director on file)
                                                                                stamps
                                                                                Agency data indicates that
                                                  Anderson Cottonwood           over 50% of clients have in-     Agency maintains data onsite
                       Emergency Food Pantry
                                                  Christian Assistance          comes below the 185% pov-        (letter from director on file)
                                                                                erty level
                       Healthy Start              Federal Program               All clients are eligible         Federal Program
                                                                                Agency has their own data
                                                  Bogg’s House and Life                                          Agency maintains data onsite
                       Recovery Program                                         indicating that 95% are at or
                                                  Center                                                         (letter from director on file)
                                                                                below poverty level
                                                                                Agency has their own data
                                                                                                                 Agency maintains data onsite
                       Recovery Program           Mill Street Resource Center   indicating that 90% are at or
                                                                                                                 (letter from director on file)
                                                                                below poverty level
                                                                                Agency has their own data
                                                                                                                 Agency maintains data onsite
                       Homeless Shelter           Bright Future                 indicating that 100% are at or
                                                                                                                 (letter from director on file)
                                                                                below poverty level
                                                                                Agency has their own data
                                                                                                                 Agency maintains data onsite
                       Homeless Shelter           Shasta County Shelter         indicating that 71% are at or
                                                                                                                 (letter from director on file)
                                                                                below poverty level
                                                                                Agency has their own data
                                                                                                                 Agency maintains data onsite
                       Homeless Shelter           Remedy House                  indicating that 88% are at or
                                                                                                                 (letter from director on file)
                                                                                below poverty level




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County                 Audience                          Name of Location              Documentation: %                 Source of Data
                                                         Trinity County Behavioral     Agency has their own data
                                                                                                                        Agency maintains data onsite
Shasta/Trinity Contd   Recovery Program                  Health (AODS and Perinatal    indicating that 51% are at or
                                                                                                                        (letter from director on file)
                                                         Program)                      below 185% of poverty level
                                                                                       Agency has their own data
                                                         Trinity River Recovery                                         Agency maintains data onsite
                       Recovery Program                                                indicating that 100% are at or
                                                         Lodge                                                          (letter from director on file)
                                                                                       below 185% of poverty level
                       WIC (all clinics)                 Federal Program               All clients eligible             Federal Program
                       Head Start (all centers)          Federal Program               All clients eligible             Federal Program
                       Food Stamp Office (all offices)   Federal Program               All clients eligible             Federal Program
                       Job Club (all sites)              Federal Program               All clients eligible             Federal Program
                                                         Federal Program (Cox Bar
                       School Lunch Programs (all        School, Trinity Center
                                                                                       All children eligible            Federal Program
                       eligible schools)                 School, Lewiston State Pre-
                                                         school)
                       Soup Kitchens                     Douglas City and Hayfork      All clients eligible             All sites eligible
                                                                                                                        Agency maintains data onsite
                       Parent Group                      Hayfork Parent Group          All sites eligible
                                                                                                                        (letter from director on file)
                                                                                       Agency has their own data
                                                         Trinity Occupational Train-                                    Agency maintains data onsite
                       Occupational Training                                           indicating that 51% are at or
                                                         ing                                                            (letter from director on file)
                                                                                       below 185% of poverty level
                                                                                       Agency has their own data
                                                         Trinity Congregational                                         Agency maintains data onsite
                       Food Cupboard                                                   indicating that 51% are at or
                                                         Church Food Cupboard                                           (letter from director on file)
                                                                                       below 185% of poverty level
                                                                                       Agency has their own data
                                                                                                                        Agency maintains data onsite
                       Pregnancy Center                  Care Net Pregnancy Center     indicating that 80% are at or
                                                                                                                        (letter from director on file)
                                                                                       below 185% of poverty level
                                                                                       We are working directly with     Agency maintains data onsite
                                                         355 Tuolumne St. Vallejo,
                                                                                       people applying and recertify-   letter from director on file)
                       Solano County Health and So-      CA 94590
                                                                                       ing for Food Stamps at the
                       cial Services Department
                                                                                       locations where they apply.      Toni Cellucci, Food Stamp
                       Eligibility Services              275 Beck Avenue
                                                                                                                        Specialist
                       These are the sites where Food    Fairfield, CA 94533
                                                                                       This agency is where all those   Health and Social Services
                       Stamp Application are taken
                                                                                       applying or receiving Food       355 Tuolumne Street
                       and recertified.                  354 Parker St.
                                                                                       Stamps come so agency can        Vallejo, CA 94590
                                                         Vacaville, CA 95688
                                                                                       supply the documentation.




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County            Audience   Name of Location              Documentation: %               Source of Data
                             Fairfield Healthy Start
                                                           Income data is taken at all
                             Anna Kyle Elementary                                         Agency maintains data onsite
                                                           Family Resource Center
                             School Healthy Start Family                                  (letter from director on file)
                                                           sites. This income data is
                             Resource Center
                                                           maintained at the sites. 50%
                             1600 Kidder Avenue,                                          Ana Dineen
                                                           or more of the clients have
                             Fairfield, CA 94533                                          anad@fsusd.k12.ca.us
                                                           incomes of less than 130% of
                             T: 707-421-3224                                              707-421-3223
                                                           poverty
                             F: 707-435-2732

Solano/Fish                  Benicia FRC
Connection                   200 East L Street                                            Colleen Smith
                             Benecia, CA 94510                                            Colleen.smith@ci.benicia.ca.us
Family Resource              T: 707-746-4352
Centers                      F: 707-746-8127
                             Dixon Family Services
                                        nd
                             155 North 2 St.                                              Cookie Powell, Director
                             Dixon, CA 95620                                              cookie@dixonfamilyservices.org
                             T: 707-678-0442
                             F: 707-678-4014
                             Rio Vista C.A.R.E.
                             125 Sacramento St.                                           riofrc@childnet.org
                             Rio Vista, CA 94571
                             T: 707-374-5243
                             F: 707-374-5381
                             Suisun Healthy Start
                             Suisun Elementary Sch.
                                                                                          Ana Dineen
                             725 Golden Eye Way
                                                                                          anad@fsusd.k12.ca.us
                             Suisun, CA 94585
                                                                                          707-421-3224
                             T: 707-421-4398
                             F: 707-421-4309




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County                 Audience   Name of Location                Documentation: %      Source of Data
                                  Vacaville FIRST Office
                                  312 Cernon St., Suite D
                                  Vacaville, CA 95688
                                  T: 469-6600
                                  F: 469-6625
                                  mmacaraeg@cityofvacaville.com

                                  Vallejo Fighting Back
                                  Partnership
                                  JFK Library
Solano/Fish                       505 Santa Clara St.,
                                   rd
                                  3 Floor
Connection
                                  Vallejo, CA 94590
Family Resource Cen-
                                  T: 648-5230
ters Contd
                                  F: 648-5212
                                  http://www.fight-back.org
                                  arthelle@fight-back.org


                                  Park Vista Child Develop.
                                  Ctr.
                                  425 Corcoran Ave.
                                  Vallejo, CA 94589
                                  T: 553-7346
                                  karime@fight-back.org

                                  Sliveyville Primary School
                                  355 N. Almond St.
                                                                  Sliveyville = 73.5%
                                  Dixon, CA 95620
                                                                                        School sites listed in Chart 2B
                                  Anna Kyle Elementary                                  Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
                                  School Healthy Start Family                           Plan
                                                                  Kyle (Anna) = 77.3%
                                  Resource Center
                                  1600 Kidder Avenue,
                                  Fairfield, CA 94533




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County                 Audience                             Name of Location              Documentation: %                    Source of Data
                                                                                          100% are < 130% below pov-
                       Heather House                                                                                          Linda Mahoney, Exec. Dir.
                                                                                          erty: all clients are homeless
                       (Homeless Shelter and Job and        Heather House Shelter                                             Interfaith Council of Solano
                                                                                          and most are jobless and
                       Housing Placement)                   724 Ohio St.                                                      County
                                                                                          have zero income. They must
                       Ministry of the Interfaith Council   Fairfield, CA 94533                                                724 Ohio Street
                                                                                          apply for Food Stamps as a
                       of Solano County                                                                                       Fairfield, CA 94533
                                                                                          part of their intake application.
                                                            Various Head Start sites in
                                                            Solano County
Solano/Fish                                                                               All children at these sites
Connection             Head Start and State Pre-            Fairview Elementary State     must live in households where
                                                                                                                              All children eligible
Family Resource Cen-   school Parents                       Preschool                     the parents/adult caregivers
                                                                  st
ters Contd                                                  830 1 Street                  can verify low income status.
                                                            Fairfield, CA 94533

                                                                                          All clients are receiving resi-
                                                                                          dential treatment for sub-
                                                                                          stance abuse programs.
                                                                                                                              Agency maintains data onsite
                                                            Shamia                        Agency data shows that 75%
                       Shamia Residential Substance                                                                           (letter from director on file)
                                                            126 Ohio Street               of the clients are Food Stamp
                       Abuse Treatment Program
                                                            Vallejo CA 94590              eligible and Food Stamp ap-
                                                                                                                              (Brenda Bowen)
                                                                                          plication is made a thte time
                                                                                          of intital process into the pro-
                                                                                          gram.
                                                                                          Orenda Center has records
                                                                                          that indicate that 100% of
                                                                                          their clients are at 135% pov-
                                                                                          erty level.                         Agency maintains data onsite
                       Drug Rehabilitation/transition       Orenda Center
                                                                                          Source: Referrals from crimi-       (letter from director on file)
                                                                                          nal justice system (jail/prison)
                                                                                          and off-the-street self refer-
                                                                                          rals.




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County            Audience                         Name of Location              Documentation: %                   Source of Data
                                                                                 A Unique Place Center has
                                                                                 records that indicate that
                                                                                 100% of their clients are at
                                                                                 135% poverty level.
Sonoma/                                                                          Source: Referred by Child
                                                                                                                    Agency maintains data onsite
Fish Connection   Drug Rehabilitation/transition   A Unique Place                Protective Services, court
                                                                                                                    (letter from director on file)
Contd                                                                            system, Sonoma Works,
                                                                                 jail/prison; prop 36 for treat-
                                                                                 ment (diversion from
                                                                                 jail/prison)

                                                                                 Athena House has records
                                                                                 that indicate that 92 – 100%
                                                                                 clients at or below 135% pov-
                                                                                                                    Agency maintains data onsite
                  Drug Rehabilitation/transition   Athena House                  erty level.
                                                                                                                    (letter from director on file)
                                                                                 Source: referral from drug
                                                                                 court; prop 36; jail task force;
                                                                                 and other agencies.
                                                                                 Family records show that
                                                                                 more than 100% of their cli-       Agency maintains data onsite
                  Emergency Shelter/homeless       COTS of Petaluma
                                                                                 ents are at or below l35% of       (letter from director on file)
                                                                                 the poverty level
                                                                                 Catholic Charities indicate
                                                                                 that 70% of their clients are at   Agency maintains data onsite
                  Low income parents               Catholic Charities
                                                                                 or below 135% of the poverty       (letter from director on file)
                                                                                 level.
                                                                                 All clients at the Manna
                                                                                 House meet 100% of the eli-        Agency maintains data onsite
                  Drug Rehabilitation/transition   Manna House
                                                                                 gibility guidelines of 135% or     (letter from director on file)
                                                                                 below poverty levels.
                                                                                 S.A.Y. records show that
                                                                                 100% of their clients meet the     Agency maintains data onsite
                  Low income youth 18 and over     Social Advocates for Youth
                                                                                 eligibility guidelines of 135%     (letter from director on file)
                                                                                 or below poverty levels.
                                                                                 All clients at the WIC clinic
                                                   Sonoma County Indian
                                                                                 meet eligibility guidelines of
                  WIC Clinic clientele             Health Clinic (Federal Pro-                                      All clients eligible
                                                                                 l85% or below poverty levels.
                                                   gram)




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County            Audience                           Name of Location              Documentation: %                  Source of Data
Sonoma/                                                                            Agency has their own data
                  Community Action Partnership:
                                                                                   indicating that 50% or more of    Agency maintains data onsite
Fish Connection   Headstart; School Readiness;       Federal Program
                                                                                   their clients are at l85% pov-    (letter from director on file)
Contd             Transitional Housing programs
                                                                                   erty level.
                                                                                   Has records that indicate that
                                                                                                                     Agency maintains data onsite
                  Farm worker Families               Migrant Education             50% or more of their clients
                                                                                                                     (letter from director on file)
                                                                                   are at l85% poverty level.
Tulare            WIC (all clinics)                  Federal Program               All clients eligible              Federal program
                  Head Start (all centers)           Federal Program               All clients eligible              Federal program
                  Migrant Education (all sites)      Federal Program               All clients eligible              Federal program
                  State Preschools                   Federal Program               All children eligible             Federal program
                  TANF                               Federal Program               All clients eligible              Federal program
                  Job Club                           Federal Program               All clients eligible              Federal program
                  Food Stamp Offices                 Federal Program               All clients eligible              Federal program
                  Parents of students at all
                                                     Schools listed in Chart 2B:                                     School sites listed in Chart 2B
                  schools with school lunch pro-                                   All children/parents eligible
                                                     Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting                                        Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
                  grams serving 50% or more                                        See Chart 2B
                                                     Documentation                                                   Plan
                  free and reduced price meals
                  FoodLink for Tulare County
                                                                                   Agency has their own data
                  food bank and their satellite                                                                      Agency maintains data onsite
                                                     All sites eligible            indicating that 100% are at
                  sites/                                                                                             (letter from director on file)
                                                                                   185% of poverty or lower
                  Affiliated distribution sites
                                                                                   Agency has their own data
                                                                                   indicating that 60% of the stu-   Agency maintains data onsite
                  Junior College Students            College of the Sequoias
                                                                                   dents are 185% of poverty         (letter from director on file)
                                                                                   level
                                                                                   Agency has their own data
                                                     Family Health Care Network    indicating that 72% of the cli-   Agency maintains data onsite
                  Low-Income adults
                                                     of Tulare County              ents are below 185% of pov-       (letter from director on file)
                                                                                   erty
                                                     Schools listed in Chart 2B:                                     School sites listed in Chart 2B
Ventura           Neighborhood for Learning          Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting      All children eligible             Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting
                                                     Documentation                                                   Plan
                                                                                   Participants are homeless,
                  Salvation Army Transitional Liv-   Salvation Army Transitional                                     Agency maintains data onsite
                                                                                   90% are below poverty level.
                  ing Center                         Living Center                                                   (letter from director on file)
                                                                                   All are eligible




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County       Audience                           Name of Location             Documentation: %                 Source of Data
             Food Stamp Eligible Clients at     Social Service Sites and
Yolo/ Fish                                                                                                    Agency maintains data onsite
             Social Services and Health De-     Health Dept. sites in Yolo   All clients are eligible
Connection                                                                                                    (letter from director on file)
             partment offices                   County
                                                                             Clients are new immigrants
             Clients at Families in Self Help   Families in Self Help        and agency data shows that       Agency maintains data onsite
             in West Sacramento                 FISH West Sacramento         90% or more are at or below      (letter from director on file)
                                                                             185% of poverty.
                                                                                                              Agency maintains data onsite
                                                                                                              (letter from director on file)
                                                                             Income data is collected and
                                                                                                              (Family Resource Center
                                                Family Resource Center       maintained at time of entry
                                                                                                              409 Lincoln Ave.
             Low income families                409 Lincoln Ave.             into the program. Over 50%
                                                                                                              Woodland, CA 95695
                                                Woodland, CA 95695           of the clients have income
                                                                                                              Sarah Rock
                                                                             130% of poverty or lower
                                                                                                              Executive Director
                                                                                                              530-406-7221)
                                                                                                              Family Resource Center
                                                                             Income data is collected and
                                                                                                              9586 Mill Street
                                                Family Resource Center       maintained at time of entry
             Low income families and mi-                                                                      Knight’s Landing, CA 95645
                                                9586 Mill Street             into the program. Over 50%
             grant workers                                                                                    Phyllis Deats
                                                Knight’s Landing, CA 95645   of the clients have income
                                                                                                              Executive Director
                                                                             130% of poverty or lower
                                                                                                              530-735-6149
                                                                                                              Community Housing Oppor-
                                                                             Income data is collected at      tunities Corp.
                                                Community Housing Oppor-     time of entry into the program   1490 Drew Ave. Suite 160
                                                tunities Corp.               and maintained at the agency     Davis, CA 95616
             Low income families
                                                1490 Drew Ave. Suite 160     site. 100% of the clients have   Maria Sanchez
                                                Davis, CA 95616              income 185% of poverty or        Resident Services Coordina-
                                                                             lower                            tor
                                                                                                              530-771-2379
                                                                                                              Community Housing Oppor-
                                                Community Housing Oppor-     Income data is collected at      tunities Corp.
                                                tunities Corp.               time of entry into the program   1490 Drew Ave. Suite 160
                                                Casa del Sol Mobile Home     and maintained at the agency     Davis, CA 95616
             Low income families
                                                Park                         site. 100% of the clients have   Maria Sanchez
                                                709 East Street              income 185% of poverty or        Resident Services Coordina-
                                                Woodland, CA 95776           lower                            tor
                                                                                                              530-771-2379




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County             Audience                         Name of Location            Documentation: %                    Source of Data
                                                                                Income data is collected at
                   Preschool Programs in                                        time of entry into the program
                                                                                                                    Contacts: Terezia Pozgayova
Yolo/ Fish         West Sacramento                                              and maintained at the agency
                                                    All sites eligible                                              & Linda Gladney
Connection Contd   1290 Carrie Street                                           site. 100% of the clients have
                                                                                                                    916-375-7640
                   West Sacramento, CA 95605                                    income 185% of poverty or
                                                                                lower
                                                                                Qualification: 80% of clients
                                                                                                                    Contract: Francisca Arellano
                                                    YMCA of the East Bay Pre-   are 185% of the poverty level
                   Parents of Children in Low in-                                                                   (530)
                                                    school                      verified by pay stub. Income
                   come child care centers and                                                                      YMCA of East Bay Preschool
                                                    1285 Lemen Ave.             is verified at time of entry into
                   teachers of the children.                                                                        1285 Lemen Avenue
                                                    Woodland, CA 95776          program and data is main-
                                                                                                                    Woodland, CA 95695
                                                                                tained by the agency.
                                                                                Qualification: Low income
                                                                                families including those re-
                                                    Esparto Child Development
                                                                                ceiving TANF and or SSI,
                                                    Center
                                                                                100% of clients are low in-
                   Parents of Children in Low in-   YMCA of the East Bay
                                                                                come, Income is verified at         Contact: Socorro Robles
                   come child care centers and      17050 Omega Street
                                                                                time of enrollment. Income          (530) 787-3305
                   teachers of the children.        Esparto, CA 95627
                                                                                data is maintained at the site.
                                                    Mailing Address: P.O. Box
                                                                                Over 50% of clients have in-
                                                    570 Esparto, CA 95627
                                                                                comes that are less than
                                                                                130% of poverty.
                                                                                Qualification: Low income
                                                                                families including those re-
                                                    Winters Child Development   ceiving TANF and or SSI.
                   Parents of Children in Low in-
                                                    Center                      100% of families have in-           Contact: Center Director
                   come child care centers and
                                                    100 Myrtle Drive            comes of less than 185% of          (530) 795-5065
                   teachers of the children.
                                                    Winters, CA 95694           poverty. Income is taken at
                                                                                time of entry and data is
                                                                                maintained at the agency site.
                                                                                Qualification: Income is taken
                                                                                at time of entry; income data
                   Parents of Children in Low in-   Winters Preschool Center
                                                                                is maintained at the agency.        Contact: Pamela Scheeline or
                   come child care centers and      219 Edwards Street
                                                                                Over 50% of the families have       Beatrice Jordan
                   teachers of the children.        Winters, CA 95694
                                                                                incomes of less than 185% of
                                                                                poverty.




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County             Audience                         Name of Location             Documentation: %                  Source of Data
                                                                                 Qualification: No fee, children
                                                                                 3-5 with significant delays in
                                                    Greengate Preschool          one or more areas, English or
                   Parents of Children in Low in-   First Step Preschool Pro-    Spanish. Income data is tak-
Yolo/ Fish
                   come child care centers and      gram                         en at time of entry into pro-     Contact: Diane Crossman
Connection Contd   teachers of the children.        285 West Beamer Street       gram and maintained at the
                                                    Woodland, CA 95695           site. Over 50% of families
                                                                                 have incomes of less than
                                                                                 185% of poverty level.
                                                                                 Income is taken at time of
                                                    Child Development Center                                       Child Development Center
                                                                                 entry into program. Over 50%
                   Parents of Children in Low in-   (CDC): Gibson                                                  (CDC): Gibson
                                                                                 of the families have incomes
                   come child care centers and      312 Gibson Road                                                312 Gibson Road
                                                                                 of less than 185% of poverty.
                   teachers of the children.        Woodland, CA                                                   Woodland, CA
                                                                                 Income data is maintained by
                                                    (530) 666-6448                                                 (530) 668-6448
                                                                                 agency.
                                                                                 Income is taken at time of
                                                    CDC: Woodland Prairie        entry into program. Over 50%      CDC: Woodland Prairie
                   Parents of Children in Low in-
                                                    940 Stetson Street           of the families have incomes      940 Stetson Street
                   come child care centers and
                                                    Woodland, CA                 of less than 185% of poverty.     Woodland, CA
                   teachers of the children.
                                                    (530) 668-6448               Income data is maintained by      (530) 668-6448
                                                                                 agency.
                                                                                 Income data is taken at time
                                                    CDC: Zamora                  of enrollment. Over 50% of        CDC: Zamora
                   Parents of Children in Low in-
                                                    1716 Cottonwood Street       families have incomes of less     1716 Cottonwood Street
                   come child care centers and
                                                    Woodland, CA 95695           than 185% of poverty. In-         Woodland, CA 95695
                   teachers of the children.
                                                    (530) 666-1180               come data is maintained by        (530) 666-1180
                                                                                 agency.
                                                                                 100% of families have in-
                                                    CDC: Valley Oak                                                CDC: Valley Oak
                   Parents of Children in Low in-              th                comes of less than 185% of                   th
                                                    1450 East 8 Street                                             1450 East 8 Street
                   come child care centers and                                   poverty. Income data collect-
                                                    Davis, CA 95616                                                Davis, CA 95616
                   teachers of the children.                                     ed at enrollment and main-
                                                    (530) 753-9223                                                 (530) 753-9223
                                                                                 tained by agency.
                                                    The Children’s Center        Income data is collected at       The Children’s Center
                                                    Davis Joint Unified School   time of enrollment and main-      Davis Joint Unified School
                   Parents of Children in Low in-
                                                    District                     tained by the agency. Over        District
                   come child care centers and
                                                    530 B Street                 50% of the families have in-      530 B Street
                   teachers of the children.
                                                    Davis, CA 95616              comes of less than 185% of        Davis, CA 95616
                                                    530.757.5340                 poverty.                          530.757.5340




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SUPPLEMENTARY PROJECTS
School-based
                          FSNEP Youth Counties               See Target Plan 2B           All eligible schools on list    See Target Plan 2B
Nutrition Ed
                                                                                          Agency has their own data
Health Rewards            Family Health Center               Atwater, California          indicating that 92% are at or   Agency maintains data onsite
                                                                                          below poverty level
                          Food Stamp eligibles in FSNEP
                                                             See Solano, Yolo and San
Grocery Store Tool Kit    Counties (San Joaquin, Yolo,
                                                             Joaquin
                          Solano)
                          Food Stamp eligibles in FSNEP
Video-Enhanced Creat-
                          Counties (San Diego, Tualare,      Tulare, Yolo
ing Healthy Families
                          Yolo)
The California Plate      Food Stamp eligibles in San
                                                             See San Joaquin
Method                    Joaquin County
YMCA Centered Nutrition                                                                   Agency has their own data
Ed                        Food Stamp eligibles in Oakland    YMCA Center (Oakland)        indicating that 50% are at or   Agency maintains data onsite
                                                                                          below poverty level
Childhood Overweight      Food Stamp eligibles of Asian      (See Sacramento, San
Prevention Among Asian    immigrant parents of young chil-   Joaquin, Santa Clara coun-
Immigrants                dren in FSNEP counties             ties)
Promoting Bone Health
                                                             (See Sacramento, San
Among Spanish-            Food Stamp eligible families
                                                             Joaquin, Solano, Sonora
speaking Adult FSNEP      from FSNEP counties
                                                             and Yolo counties)
Clients
Health Eating &           Food Stamp eligible families       (See San Luis Obispo, San
Activity for Children     from FSNEP counties                Joaquin, Tulare counties)
Teaching HEART Smart                                                                      Eligible schools on Target
                          FSNEP Youth audiences              See Target Plan 2B                                           Target Plan 2B
Cooking to Kids                                                                           Plan 2B
Teaching Kids What to                                                                     Eligible schools on Target
                          FSNEP Youth audiences              See Target Plan 2B                                           Target Plan 2B
Eat Where They Eat                                                                        Plan 2B
Using Limited Resources   Food Stamp eligibles in River-
                                                             See Riverside
to Maximum Potential      side county




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                 Chart 2B: Youth UC-FSNEP Targeting Plan (FFY 07)

    Counties       District Name         Schools          Percentages            CDS

Alameda            Oakland          Claremont               61.80%      01 61259-6057004
                                    Cleveland               59.00%      01 61259-6001739
                                    East Bay Conserva-      66.30%      01 61259-90130518
                                    tion Corp
                                    Encompass Acad-         84.30%      01 61259-0102988
                                    emy
                                    Growing Children        85.30%      01 61259-6119911
                                    Garfield                85.60%      01 61259-6001846
                                    Lazear                  84.40%      01 61259-6002000
                                    Hoover Elementary       76.80%      01 61259 6057046
                                    Horace Mann             60.00%      01 61259 6001929
                                    Howard                  70.00%      01 61259 6001713
                                    Highland                87.70%      01 61259-6001903
                                    Markham Elemen-         76.90%      01 61259-6002059
                                    tary
                                    McKinley                54.80%      01 61259-6002422
                                    Prescott                83.30%      01 61259 6002125
                                    Parker                  70.20%      01 61259 6002091
                                    Haight                  59.50%      01 61259 6090047
                                    Miller (George)         52.40%      01 61119 6090088
                                    Peralta                 58.90%      01 61259-6002109
                                    Sherman, Elizabeth      66.40%      01 61259-6001804
                                    Thomas Jefferson        57.90%      01 61259-6002398
                                    Whittier                81.30%      01 61259-6002257
Ama-               River Delta      Bates Elementary        62.90%      34 67413 6033641
dor/Sacramento     Unified
                   River Delta      Clarksburg Ele-         51.00%      34 67413 6033658
                   Unified          mentary
                   River Delta      Isleton Elementary      62.40%      34 67413 6033666
                   Unified
                   Galt Joint Un-   Walnut Grove Ele-       59.20%      34 67413 6033708
                   ion Elem         mentary
                   Galt Joint Un-   Fairsite Elementary     72.70%      34 67348 6033294
                   ion Elem
                   NA               Fairsite State Pre-      100%
                                    school
                   Galt Joint Un-   Valley Oaks Ele-        60.70%      34 67348 6033310
                   ion Elem         mentary
                   Galt Joint Un-   Vernon Greer Ele-       62.70%      34 67348 6033302
                   ion Elem         mentary




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    Counties      District Name        Schools          Percentages             CDS
                 Amador Uni-      Plymouth Elemen-        50.00%      03 73981 6002869
                 fied             tary
                 Amador Uni-      Pioneer Elementary      66.70%      03 73981 6002851
                 fied
                 NA               Plymouth State           100%
                                  Preschool
                 NA               Ione State Pre-          100%
                                  school
                 NA               Jackson State Pre-       100%
                                  school
Ama-             NA               Pioneer State Pre-       100%
dor/Sacramento                    school
Contd.
                 Amador Uni-      Independent Living       100%
                 fied             Program
                 Amador Uni-      County Community         50%        03 30035
                 fied             School
Butte            Bangor Union     Bangor Elementary       57.60%      04 61382 6002919
                 Elem
                 Biggs Unified    Biggs Elementary        73.50%      04 61408 6002943
                                  Biggs Middle            67.60%      04 61408 6113435
                 Chico Unified    Center for Alterna-     73.70%      04 61424 6113310
                                  tive Learning (CAL)
                                  Chapman Elemen-         86.10%      04 61424 6002968
                                  tary
                                  Citrus Avenue Ele-      74.00%      04 61424 6002976
                                  mentary
                                  Cohasset Elemen-        84.40%      04 61424 6002984
                                  tary
                                  McManus Elemen-         61.70%      04 61424 6003024
                                  tary
                                  Nord Country            85.90%      04 61424 0110551
                                  Parkview                57.40%      04 61424 6003073
                                  Rosedale Elemen-        80.10%      04 61424 6003081
                                  tary
                 Feather Falls    Feather Fall            70.20%      04 61440 6003123
                 Union Elemen-
                 tary
                 Golden Feath-    Concow                  72.20%      04 61457 6003131
                 er Union Ele-
                 mentary
                                  Spring Valley Ele-      62.60%      04 61457 6003149
                                  mentary




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    Counties   District Name          Schools         Percentages             CDS
               Oroville City    Bird Street Elemen-     87.00%      04 61507 6003214
               Elementary       tary
                                Central Middle          74.50%      04 61507 6003230
                                Eastside Elemen-        72.20%      04 61507 6003230
                                tary
                                Ishii Hills Middle      69.70%      04 615070110072
                                Oakdale Heights         90.60%      04 61507 6003255
                                Elementary
                                Stanford Avenue         72.70%      04 61507 6003271
                                Elementary
                                Paradise Elemen-        64.90%      04 615316003313
                                tary
                                Pines Elementary        61.30%      04 61531 6105522
                                Ponderosa Elemen-       60.40%      04 61531 6003339
                                tary
                                Mountain Ridge          53.20%      04 61531 6113781
                                Nelson Avenue           80.10%      04 61549 6003354
                                Poplar Avenue           80.30%      04 61549 6003362
                                Plumas Avenue           81.90%      04 61549 0102327
                                Elementary
                                Sierra Avenue           77.40%      04 61549 6003370
                                Berry Creek Ele-        81.60%      04 733796002927
                                mentary
                                McKinley Elemen-        75.20%      04 75507 6003156
                                tary
Butte Contd.                    Sycamore Middle         65.30%      04 75507 6003164
                                Wilson Elementary       75.80%      04 75507 6003172
Calaveras      Calaveras Uni-   San Andreas Ele-        52.30%      05 61564 6003438
               fied             mentary
               Calaveras Uni-   West Point Ele-         72.70%      05 61564 6003453
               fied             mentary
               Calaveras Uni-   Rail Road Flat El-      74.70%      05 61564 6003420
               fied             ementary
               NA               Mountain Ranch          70.70%      05 10058 0530048
                                Youth Alliance
               Calaveras Uni-   West Point Alterna-     62.90%      05 61564 0530063
               fied             tive High
               Mark Twain       Mark Twain Ele-         50.00%      05 61572 6003461
               Union            mentary
Colusa         Pierce Joint     Arbuckle Elemen-        67.00%      06 61614 6003511
               Unified          tary
               Colusa Unified   Burchfield Primary      64.40%      06 61598 6003495




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         Counties   District Name     Schools             Percentages   CDS
Colusa Contd        Colusa Unified    Egling Middle         64.00%      06 61598 6057152
                                      School
                    Pierce Joint      Grand Island Ele-     92.40%      06 61614 6003537
                    Unified           mentary
                    Maxwell Uni-      Maxwell Elemen-       75.00%      06 61606 6003503
                    fied              tary
                    Williams Uni-     Williams Elemen-      84.70%      06 61622 6003552
                    fied              tary
                    Williams Uni-     Williams Middle       77.50%      06 61622 6057160
                    fied              School
Contra Costa        Antioch Uni-      Kimball               61.15%      07 61648 6003602
                    fied
                                      Fremont               80.94%      07 61648 6003594
                                      Turner                66.67%      07 61648 6003636
                                      Marsh                 75.83%      07 61648 6003610
                                      Mission               53.06%      07 616486084941
                                      Antioch Middle        65.16%      07 61648 6057178
                                      School
                    Pittsburg Uni-    Willow Cove           74.43%      07 61788 6004576
                    fied
                                      Parkside              87.52%      07 61788 6004568
                                      Los Medanos           79.51%      07 61788 6004543
                                      Highlands             71.31%      07 61788 6004535
                                      Heights               79.97%      07 61788 6004527
                                      Foothill              74.96%      07 61788 6098578
                                      Stoneman              74.45%      07 61788 6109383
                                      Central Jr. High      68.07%      07 61788 6084966
                                      Hillview Jr. High     68.58%      07 61788 6061162
                                      Pittsburg Senior      53.22%      07 61788 0735407
                                      High
                    Mt. Diablo Uni-   Bel Air               79.42%      07 61754 6003974
                    fied
                                      Cambrigde             95.68%      07 61754 6003982
                                      Fair Oaks             65.42%      07 61754 6004055
                                      Meadow Homes          84.74%      07 61754 6004154
                                      Rio Vista             74.56%      07 61754 6096226
                                      Shore Acres           87.03%      07 61754 6004295
                                      Ygnacio               70.28%      07 61754 6004410
                                      Sun Terrace           58.62%      07 61754 6004329
                                      Holbrook              59.03%      07 61754 6004121
                                      Delta View            52.52%      07 61754 0106088
                                      Wren                  54.28%      07 61754 6004402
                                      Riverview Middle      71.41%      07 61754 6004261
                                      Oak Grove Middle      78.86%      07 61754 6004196




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    Counties       District Name        Schools        Percentages             CDS
    Contra Costa                   Glenbrook Middle      70.73%      07 61754 6004071
          Contd.
                                   Mt. Diablo High       50.41%      07 61754 0734566
                   John Swett      Rodeo Hills           55.49%      07 61697 6003701
                   Unified
                   Oakley Union    Oakley                52.94%      07 61762 6004428
                   West Contra     Riverside             77.00%      07 61796 6004931
                   Costa
                                   Wilson                73.43%      07 61796 6005045
                                   Washington            70.58%      07 61796 6005045
                                   Verde                 92.68%      07 61796 6005011
                                   Tara Hills            55.79%      07 61796 6004998
                                   Stege                100.00%      07 61796 6004972
                                   Peres                100.00%      07 61796 6004907
                                   Nystrom               88.82%      07 61796 6004881
                                   Murphy                50.80%      07 61796 6004873
                                   Montalvin             87.12%      07 61796 6004865
                                   Mira Vista            53.88%      07 61796 6004857
                                   Bayview              100.00%      07 61796 6004600
                                   Chavez                94.71%      07 61796 6114094
                                   Dover                100.00%      07 61796 6004691
                                   Downer                86.38%      07 61796 6057210
                                   El Sobrante           62.16%      07 61796 6004725
                                   Fairmont              57.25%      07 61796 6004758
                                   Grant                100.00%      07 61796 6004774
                                   Ford                 100.00%      07 61796 6004766
                                   Highland              73.71%      07 61796 6004741
                                   King                  94.07%      07 61796 6004915
                                   Lake                  89.79%      07 61796 6004824
                                   Coronado             100.00%      07 61796 6004667
                                   Lincoln              100.00%      07 61796 6004832
                                   Adams Middle          75.56%      07 61796 6058202
                                   Crespi Jr. High       57.88%      07 61796 6061170
                                   Helms Middle          84.89%      07 61796 6057228
                                   DeJean Middle         72.58%      07 61796 6120885
                                   Portola Jr. High      60.37%      07 61796 6057244
                                   Richmond High         70.35%      07 61796 0735902
                                   Kennedy High          73.55%      07 61796 0733659
Fresno             Alvina Ele-     Alvina Elementary     66.50%      10 61994 6005730
                   mentary
                   School Dis-
                   trict




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    Counties     District Name        Schools         Percentages             CDS
Fresno Contd.   American Un-     American Elemen-       79.40%      10 62000 6005748
                ion School       tary
                District
                Burrell Union    Burrel Elementary      88.00%      10 62042 6005797
                Elementary
                School Dis-
                trict
                Caruthers Uni-   Caruthers Elemen-      84.00%      10 75598 6005813
                fied School      tary
                District
                Coalinga-        Bishop Elementary      70.00%      10 62125 6110209
                Huron Unified
                School Dis-
                trict
                Coalinga-        Cheney Kindergar-      80.00%      10 62125 6110217
                Huron Unified    ten
                School Dis-
                trict
                Coalinga-        Coalinga Middle        58.00%      10 62125 6057269
                Huron Unified
                School Dis-
                trict
                Coalinga-        Dawson Elemen-         69.60%      10 62125 6110225
                Huron Unified    tary
                School Dis-
                trict
                Coalinga-        Huron Elementary       92.00%      10 62125 6005961
                Huron Unified
                School Dis-
                trict
                Coalinga-        Huron Middle           91.00%      10 62125 6113849
                Huron Unified
                School Dis-
                trict
                Coalinga-        Sunset Elementary      70.00%      10 62125 6005979
                Huron Unified
                School Dis-
                trict
                Firebaugh-Las    Bailey Primary         92.00%      10 73809 6006001
                Deltas Joint
                Unified School
                District
                Firebaugh-Las    Firebaugh Middle       98.00%      10 73809 6006019
                Deltas Joint
                Unified School
                District
                Firebaugh-Las    Mills Intermediate     91.00%      10 73809 6005995
                Deltas Joint
                Unified School
                District




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    Counties     District Name        Schools         Percentages             CDS
Fresno Contd.   Fowler Unified   Fremont Elemen-        67.00%      10 62158 6006027
                School Dis-      tary
                trict
                Fowler Unified   Malaga Elementary      94.00%      10 62158 6006043
                School Dis-
                trict
                Fowler Unified   Marshall Elemen-       70.00%      10 62158 6006050
                School Dis-      tary
                trict
                Fowler Unified   Sutter Middle          66.00%      10 62158 6115190
                School Dis-
                trict
                Fresno Unified   Addams Elemen-        100.00%      10 62166 6006068
                School Dis-      tary
                trict
                Fresno Unified   Anthony Elemen-       100.00%      10 62166 6111231
                School Dis-      tary
                trict
                Fresno Unified   Burroughs Elemen-     100.00%      10 62166 6006118
                School Dis-      tary
                trict
                Fresno Unified   Carver Elementary     100.00%      10 62166 6006134
                School Dis-
                trict
                Fresno Unified   Columbia Elemen-      100.00%      10 62166 6006159
                School Dis-      tary
                trict
                Fresno Unified   Cornerstone Acad-      98.00%      10 62166 6118095
                School Dis-      emy
                trict
                Fresno Unified   Del Mar Elementary    100.00%      10 62166 6006183
                School Dis-
                trict
                Fresno Unified   Fort Miller Middle    100.00%      10 62166 6057293
                School Dis-
                trict
                Fresno Unified   Fremont Elemen-       100.00%      10 62166 6006258
                School Dis-      tary
                trict
                Fresno Unified   Hamilton Elemen-       75.00%      10 62166 6120125
                School Dis-      tary
                trict
                Fresno Unified   Heaton Elementary     100.00%      10 62166 6006274
                School Dis-
                trict
                Fresno Unified   Hidalgo Elementary    100.00%      10 62166 6105746
                School Dis-
                trict
                Fresno Unified   Homan Elementary      100.00%      10 62166 6006290
                School Dis-
                trict




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    Counties    District Name        Schools         Percentages             CDS
Fresno Contd   Fresno Unified   Jackson Elemen-        100.00%     10 62166 6006308
               School Dis-      tary
               trict
               Fresno Unified   Jefferson Elemen-     100.00%      10 62166 6006316
               School Dis-      tary
               trict
               Fresno Unified   King Elementary       100.00%      10 62166 6088546
               School Dis-
               trict
               Fresno Unified   Kirk Elementary       100.00%      10 62166 6006324
               School Dis-
               trict
               Fresno Unified   Lane Elementary       100.00%      10 62166 6006357
               School Dis-
               trict
               Fresno Unified   Lawless Elemen-        57.00%      10 62166 6102016
               School Dis-      tary
               trict
               Fresno Unified   Leavenworth Ele-      100.00%      10 62166 6111256
               School Dis-      mentary
               trict
               Fresno Unified   Lincoln Elementary    100.00%      10 62166 6006365
               School Dis-
               trict
               Fresno Unified   Lowell Elementary     100.00%      10 62166 6006373
               School Dis-
               trict
               Fresno Unified   Muir Elementary       100.00%      10 62166 6006415
               School Dis-
               trict
               Fresno Unified   Powers/Ginsburg        56.00%      10 62166 6006431
               School Dis-      Elementary
               trict
               Fresno Unified   Roeding Elemen-       100.00%      10 62166 6006464
               School Dis-      tary
               trict
               Fresno Unified   Rowell Elementary     100.00%      10 62166 6006472
               School Dis-
               trict
               Fresno Unified   Sequoia Middle        100.00%      10 62166 6057335
               School Dis-
               trict
               Fresno Unified   Slater Elementary      85.00%      10 62166 6085138
               School Dis-
               trict
               Fresno Unified   Sunset Elementary     100.00%      10 62166 6088942
               School Dis-
               trict
               Fresno Unified   Tehipite Middle       100.00%      10 62166 6088538
               School Dis-
               trict




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    Counties    District Name      Schools             Percentages             CDS
Fresno Contd   Fresno Unified   Wawona Middle            100.00%     10 62166 6057350
               School Dis-
               trict
               Fresno Unified   Webster Elemen-         100.00%      10 62166 6006555
               School Dis-      tary
               trict
               Fresno Unified   Wilson Elementary       100.00%      10 62166 6006563
               School Dis-
               trict
               Fresno Unified   Winchell Elemen-        100.00%      10 62166 6006571
               School Dis-      tary
               trict
               Fresno Unified   Yokomi Elementary        73.80%      10 62166 0108118
               School Dis-
               trict
               Golden Plains    Cantua Elementary        97.00%      10 75234 6005805
               Unified School
               District
               Golden Plains    Helm Elementary         100.00%      10 75234 6006647
               Unified School
               District
               Golden Plains    San Joaquin Ele-         98.00%      10 75234 6007223
               Unified School   mentary
               District
               Golden Plains    Tranquility Elemen-      91.00%      10 75234 6007397
               Unified School   tary
               District
               Kerman Uni-      Kerman-Floyd Ele-       100.00%      10 73999 6006688
               fied School      mentary
               District
               Kerman Uni-      Kerman Middle            65.00%      10 73999 6006696
               fied School      School
               District
               Kerman Uni-      Liberty Intermediate    100.00%      10 73999-6119978
               fied School      School
               District
               Kerman Uni-      Sun Empire Ele-         100.00%      10 73999 6007371
               fied School      mentary
               District
               Laton Joint      Conejo Middle            83.60%      10 62281 6006894
               Unified School
               District
               Laton Joint      Laton Elementary         77.00%      10 62281 6006902
               Unified School
               District
               Mendota Uni-     McCabe Elemen-           92.00%      10 75127 6006969
               fied School      tary
               District




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    Counties     District Name        Schools          Percentages             CDS
Fresno Contd.   Mendota Uni-     McCabe Junior           81.00%      10 75127 6006977
                fied School      High
                District
                Mendota Uni-     Washington Ele-         87.00%      10 75127 6006985
                fied School      mentary
                District
                Orange Center    Orange Center El-       92.00%      10 62331 6007009
                Elementary       ementary
                School Dis-
                trict
                Raisin City      Raisin City Elemen-     91.50%      10 62380 6007074
                Elementary       tary
                School Dis-
                trict
                Riverdale        Fipps Primary           84.00%      10 75408 6007090
                Joint Unified
                School
                Disctict
                Riverdale        Riverdale Elemen-       78.00%      10 75408 6007082
                Joint Unified    tary
                School
                Disctict
                Selma Unified    Garfield Elementary     85.00%      10 62430 6007298
                School Dis-
                trict
                Selma Unified    Indianola Elemen-       70.00%      10 62430 6007280
                School Dis-      tary
                trict
                Selma Unified    Jackson Elemen-         56.00%      10 62430 6007231
                School Dis-      tary
                trict
                Selma Unified    Lincoln Middle          69.00%      10 62430 6111124
                School Dis-
                trict
                Selma Unified    Roosevelt Elemen-       75.00%      10 62430 6007314
                School Dis-      tary
                trict
                Selma Unified    Terry Elementary        68.00%      10 62430 6007322
                School Dis-
                trict
                Selma Unified    Washington Ele-         82.00%      10 62430 6007272
                School Dis-      mentary
                trict
                Selma Unified    White Elementary        90.00%      10 62430 6007256
                School Dis-
                trict
                Selma Unified    Wilson Elementary       74.00%      10 62430 6007348
                School Dis-
                trict




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    Counties     District Name       Schools           Percentages             CDS
Fresno Contd.   Washington       Washington Colony       82.00%      10 62513 6007405
                Colony Ele-      Elementary
                mentary
                School Dis-
                trict
                West Fresno      One Step Up Char-      100.00%      10 62174 1030865
                Elementary       ter Academy
                School Dis-
                trict
                West Fresno      W.E.B. Dubois           97.00%      10 62174 1030774
                Elementary       Public Charter
                School Dis-
                trict
                West Fresno      West Fresno Ele-        97.00%      10 62174 6006605
                Elementary       mentary
                School Dis-
                trict
                West Fresno      West Fresno Mid-        93.00%      10 62174 6006613
                Elementary       dle
                School Dis-
                trict
                West Fresno      West Fresno Per-        78.00%      10 62174 1030857
                Elementary       forming Arts Acad-
                School Dis-      emy
                trict
                West Park El-    West Park Charter       60.00%      10 62539 6112387
                ementary         Academy
                School Dis-
                trict
                West Park El-    West Park Elemen-       88.00%      10 62539 6007413
                ementary         tary
                School Dis-
                trict
                Westside El-     Westside Elemen-        91.00%      10 62547 6007421
                ementary         tary
                School Dis-
                trict
Glenn           Hamilton Un-     Hamilton Union         100.00%      11 62570 6007447
                ion Elemen-      Elementary
                tary Dist.
                Orland Joint     Fairview Elemen-        75.00%      11 75481 6007470
                Unified Dis-     tary
                trict
                Orland Joint     Mill Street Elemen-     76.56%      11 75481 6007488
                Unified Dis-     tary
                trict
                Orland Joint     North Valley High       62.86%      11 75481 1130012
                Unified Dis-     (Continuation)
                trict




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    Counties    District Name        Schools         Percentages             CDS
Glenn Contd    Orland Joint     Orland High            53.07%      11 75481 1135656
               Unified Dis-
               trict
               Orland Joint     Price Intermediate     75.66%      11 75481 6007496
               Unified Dis-
               trict
               Orland Joint     Princeton Elemen-      70.00%      11 62646 6089262
               Unified Dis-     tary
               trict
               Princeton        Princeton High        100.00%      11 62646 1130152
               Joint Unified    Community Day
               District
               Princeton        Princeton Junior-      56.18%      11 62646 1136209
               Joint Unified    Senior High School
               District
               Stony Creek      Elk Creek Elemen-      68.57%      11 62653 6007546
               Joint Unified    tary
               District
               Stony Creek      Elk Creek Jun-         52.27%      11 62653 1132109
               Joint Unified    ior/Senior High
               District
               Stony Creek      Indian Valley Ele-     68.42%      11 62653 6007553
               Joint Unified    mentary
               District
               Willows Uni-     Murdock Elemen-        65.48%      11 62661 6007603
               fied School      tary
               District
               Willows Uni-     Willows Community      90.60%      11 62661 1130038
               fied School      High
               District
               Willows Uni-     Willows High           62.50%      11 62661 1130129
               fied School      Community Day
               District
               Willows Uni-     Willows Intermedi-     55.20%      11 62661 1130129
               fied School      ate
               District
               Willows Uni-     Willows Intermedi-     55.19%      11 62661 6120737
               fied School      ate Community
               District
Imperial       Brawley          Barbara Worth Jun-     52.28%      13-63073-6008262
                                ior High
               Calexico         Blanche Charles        82.00%      13-63099-6106975
               El Centro        Desert Garden          72.59%      13-63123-6008429
               Calexico         Dool Elementary        74.96%      13-63099-6008346
               Holtville        Emmett S. Finley       80.00%      13-63149-6008510
               Calpatria        Grace Smith            93.27%      13-63107-6008403
               El Centro        Harding                80.13%      13-63123-6008437
               Heber            Heber Elementary       91.06%      13-63131-6008502




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    Counties      District Name        Schools         Percentages            CDS
Imperial Contd.   El Centro       Imperial County        57.35%      13-10132-1330117
                                  Juvenile Hall
                  Brawley         J.W. Oakley            82.15%      13-63073-6008270
                  Calexico        Jefferson Elemen-      79.06%      13-63099-6008361
                                  tary
                  El Centro       Lincoln                90.14%      13-63123-6008452
                  Calexico        Mains Elementary       88.00%      13-63099-6008387
                  El Centro       Margraret Hedrick      51.43%      13-63123-6008460
                  El Centro       Martin Luther King     83.33%      13-63123-6108823
                  El Centro       Mckinley               84.93%      13-63123-6008478
                  El Centro       Meadows Elemen-        74.31%      13-63198-6008619
                                  tary
                  Brawley         Miguel Hidalgo         60.57%      13-63073-6008304
                  Mulberry        Mulberry               63.51%      13-63206-6008627
                  Brawley         Muron D. Witter        64.12%      13-63073-6008296
                  Brawley         Phil D. Swing          75.15%      13-63073-6008304
                  Holtville       Pine Elementary        52.51%      13-63149-6008536
                  Calexico        Rockwood Elemen-       92.01%      13-63099-6008379
                                  tary
                  San Pasqual     San Pasqual Valley     86.67%      13-63214-6008635
                  Seeley          Seeley Union Ele-      80.51%      13-63222-6008643
                                  mentary
                  El Centro       Sunflower              52.69%      13-63123-6113658
                  El Centro       Washington             81.90%      13-63123-6008486
                  Westmorland     Westmorland Union      86.28%      13-63230-6008650
                                  Elementary
                  Imperial        Westside Elemen-       62.22%      13-63164-6008577
                                  tary
Kings             Armona Union    Armona Elementary      85.71%      16 63875 6010276
                  Armona Union    Parkview Middle        78.34%      16 63875 6010284
                                  School
                  Central Union   Stratford Elemen-      86.59%      16 63883 6010326
                                  tary
                  Corcoran        Bret Harte Elemen-     85.97%      16 63891 6010334
                  Joint Unified   tary
                  Corcoran        Corcoran High          64.00%      16 63891 1632207
                  Joint Unified
                  Corcoran        John C. Fremont        83.13%      16 63891 6010342
                  Joint Unified   Elementary
                  Corcoran        John Muir Middle       80.00%      16 63891 6010359
                  Joint Unified
                  Corcoran        Kings Lake Educa-      56.25%      16 63891 1632140
                  Joint Unified   tion Center
                  Corcoran        Mark Twain Ele-        79.90%      16 63891 6010367
                  Joint Unified   mentary




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    Counties   District Name          Schools         Percentages             CDS
Kings contd    Delta            Delta View Elemen-      74.10%      16 63909 6010383
                                tary
               Hanford Ele-     George Washing-         51.90%      16 63917 6108815
               mentary          ton Elementary
               Hanford Ele-     Hamilton Elemen-        97.00%      16639170110981
               mentary          tary
               Hanford Ele-     Hanford Elemen-        100.00%      16 63917 6118459
               mentary          tary Community
               Hanford Ele-     Jefferson Elemen-       88.99%      16 63917 6010391
               mentary          tary
               Hanford Ele-     John F Kennedy          70.51%      16 63917 6112379
               mentary          Junior High
               Hanford Ele-     Joseph M. Simas         52.18%      16 63917 6118798
               mentary
               Hanford Ele-     Martin L. King Ele-     77.44%      16 63917 6113609
               mentary          mentary
               Hanford Ele-     Lincoln Elementary      97.79%      16 63917 6010417
               mentary
               Hanford Ele-     Lee Richmond El-        83.86%      16 63917 6010409
               mentary          ementary
               Hanford Ele-     Monroe Elementary       54.64%      16-63917-6010425
               mentary
               Hanford Ele-     Roosevelt Elemen-       92.03%      16 63917 6010433
               mentary          tary
               Hanford Ele-     Woodrow Wilson          65.25%      16 63917 6010458
               mentary          Jr. High
               Hanford Joint    Hanford High Night      68.57%      16 63925 1630060
               Union High       (Continuation)
               School
               Hanford Joint    Hanford Joint Union    100.00%      16 63925 1630151
               Union High       High Community
               School           Day
               Hanford Joint    Earl F. Johnson         92.70%      16-63925-1634245
               Union High       High Continuation
               School
               Kings County     Kings County            53.31%      16 10165 1630193
               Office of Edu-   Community
               cation
               Kings County     Kings County Spe-       60.00%      16 10165 6069298
               Office of Edu-   cial Ed.
               cation
               Kings County     JC Montgomery          100.00%      16 10165 1630102
               Kit Carson       Kit Carson Elemen-      55.48%      16 63958 6010482
                                tary




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    Counties   District Name       Schools           Percentages             CDS
Kings contd    Lakeside        Gardenside Ele-         91.72%      16 63966 6010490
                               mentary
               Lakeside        Lakeside Elemen-        96.63%      16 63966 6010508
                               tary
               Lemoore Un-     Cinnamon Elemen-        66.32%      16 63974 6118590
               ion Elemen-     tary
               tary
               Lemoore Un-     P.W. Engvall Ele-       54.49%      16 63974 6066666
               ion Elemen-     mentary
               tary
               Lemoore Un-     Lemoore Elemen-         65.67%      16 63974 6069140
               ion Elemen-     tary
               tary
               Lemoore Un-     Liberty Middle          55.10%      16 63974 6111934
               ion Elemen-     School
               tary
               Lemoore Un-     Meadow Lane Ele-        67.99%      16 63974 6010532
               ion Elemen-     mentary
               tary
               Lemoore Un-     Gundacker Com-          84.62%      16-63982-0102004
               ion Elemen-     munity Day
               tary
               Reef-Sunset     Adelante High          100.00%      16-73932-1630110
               Reef-Sunset     Avenal Elementary      100.00%      16 73932 6010565
               Reef-Sunset     Avenal High            100.00%      16 73932 1630953
               Reef-Sunset     Reef Sunset Middle     100.00%      16 73932 6109888
               Reef-Sunset     Reef Sunset Elem       100.00%      16 73932 6116966
                               Community Day
               Reef-Sunset     Reef Sunset Se-        100.00%      16 73932-1630185
                               cond Community
                               Day
               Reef-Sunset     Kettleman City El-     100.00%      16 73932 6010573
                               ementary
               Reef-Sunset     Tamarak Elemen-        100.00%      16 73932 6118566
                               tary
Los Angeles    Los Angeles     Accelerated School      71.70%      19 64733 6112536
               Unified
                               Allesandro Elemen-      90.00%      19 64733 6015739
                               tary
                               Alexandria Ave.         95.40%      19 64733 6015721
                               Elementary
                               Aragon Elementary       89.90%      19 64733 6015853
                               Belevedere Ele-         96.60%      19 64733 6016018
                               mentary
                               Central Continua-       91.99%      19 64733 1930387
                               tion High
                               Gridley Street Ele-     91.30%      19 64733 6017388
                               mentary




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    Counties   District Name       Schools        Percentages             CDS
Los Angeles                    Hooper Avenue        98.60%      19 64733 6017628
contd.                         School
                               96th Street          88.10%      19 64733 6018378
                               School
                               Ramona Avenue        97.10%      19 64733 6018824
                               Elementary
                               Rio Vista            80.60%      19 64733 6018907
               El Monte Uni-   Potrero Elemen-      91.90%      19 64501 6013247
               fied            tary
                               Loma Elementary      95.00%      19 64501 6068795
               Inglewood       Highland Elemen-     70.90%      19 64634 6014476
               Unified         tary
                               Centinela Ele-       73.90%      19 64634 6014450
                               mentary
               Montebello      Bandini Elemen-      80.60%      19 64808 6020507
               Unified         tary
                               Bella Vista Ele-     59.40%      19 64808 6020523
                               mentary
                               Fremont Elemen-      81.10%      19 6480 86020556
                               tary
                               Chavez, Cesar E.     89.60%      19 6480 86020531
                               Elementary
               ABC Unified     Aloha Elementary     78.50%      19 64212 6010862
                               Burbank, Luther      68.20%      19 64212 6010953
                               Elementary
                               Hawaiian Ele-        94.40%      19 64212 6010920
                               mentary
                               Willow Elemen-       87.20%      19 64212 6010995
                               tary
               Alhambra Uni-   Ramona Elemen-       77.50%      19 64303 6011696
               fied            tary
                               Baldwin Elemen-      64.40%      19 75713 6011068
                               tary
                               Garfield Elemen-     87.80%      19 6480 86020564
                               tary
               Compton Uni-    Bunche, Ralph        93.10%      19 73437 6013494
               fied            Elementary
                               Bursch, Charles      91.30%      19 64287 6011373
                               Elementary
                               Compton High         87.00%      19 73437 1931963
                               Emerson, Ralph       95.10%      19 64337 6011894
                               Elementary
                               King, Martin Lu-    100.00%      19 73437 6023782
                               ther Elementary
                               McKinley Ele-        90.10%      19 73437 6013478
                               mentary
                               Tibby Elementary     76.00%      19 73437 6012405




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    Counties   District Name         Schools       Percentages             CDS
Los Angeles                     Washington,          99.00%      19 64337 6012025
contd.                          George Elemen-
                                tary
                                Lincoln Elemen-     100.00%      19 73437 6023774
                                tary
                                McNair Elemen-       93.10%      19 73437 6012264
                                tary
                                Walton Middle       100.00%      19 73437 6061279
               Long Beach       Cabrillo High        77.10%      19 64725 1995935
               Unified
Marin          San Rafael       Bahia Vista Ele-     99.50%      21 65458 6024756
                                mentary
               San Rafael       Laurel Dell Ele-     65.00%      21 65458 6024814
                                mentary
               San Rafael       San Pedro Ele-       97.50%      21 65458 6024830
                                mentary
               Sausali-         Bayside Elemen-      82.10%      21 65474 6024889
               to/Marin City    tary
               Sausali-         Martin Luther        82.40%      21 65474 6097695
               to/Marin City    King Jr. Academy
               San Rafael       Coleman Ele-         50.00%      21 65458 6024764
                                mentary
               San Rafael       Gallinas Elemen-     54.40%      21 65458 6024772
                                tary
               Sausali-         Willow Creek         66.91%      21 65474 6118491
               to/Marin City    Academy
               Shoreline Uni-   Iverness Acade-      62.86%      21 73361 6024947
               fied             my
               San Rafael       James B. Da-         51.90%      21 65458 6058622
                                vidson Middle
               Shoreline Uni-   Tomales High         50.49%      21 773361 2134310
               fied
Mariposa       Mariposa         Mariposa Ele-        52.50%      22 65532 6025035
               County Uni-      mentary
               fied
               Mariposa         Coulterville-        64.90%      22 65532 6025019
               County Uni-      Greeley Elemen-
               fied             tary
               Mariposa         Cathey’s Valley      60.00%      22 65535-6024988
               County Uni-      Elementary
               fied
Merced         Atwater          Aileen Colburn       91.54%      24 65631 6025316
                                Bellevue             92.16%      24 65631 6025324
                                Elmer Wood           56.34%      24 65631 6025332
                                Mitchell             88.25%      24 65631 6025340




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    Counties   District Name        Schools        Percentages             CDS
Merced Contd                   Mitchell Interme-     73.57%      24 65631 6025357
                               diate
                               Shaffer               78.88%      24 65631 6025365
                               Thomas Olaeta         65.41%      24 65631 6025373
               Ballico-        Ballico               76.32%      2565649-6025381
               Cressey
                               Cressey               65.33%      2565649-6025381
               Delhi           El Capitan           100.00%      24 75366 6025407
                               Schendel             100.00%      24 75366 6025415
                               Delhi Middle         100.00%      2475366-6115216
                               Harmony              100.00%      2475366-6105817
               Dos Palos       Bernhard Marks        85.50%      24 75317 6112940
                               Bryant Middle         77.20%      24 75317 6025423
                               Dos Palos Ele-        83.70%      24 75317 6025431
                               mentary
                               Oro Loma Ele-         87.50%      24 75317 6007017
                               mentary
               El Nido         El Nido              100.00%      24 65680 6025456
               Gustine         Gustine Elemen-       55.23%      24 73619 6025720
                               tary
                               Gustine Middle        52.80%      24 73619 6103766
                               Romero                64.34%      24 73619 6025746
               Hilmar          Merquin               71.72%      24 65698 6025472
               Livingston      Campus Park           85.60%      24 65748 6025506
                               Livingston Middle     78.68%      24 65748 6025514
                               Selma Herndon         80.30%      24 65748 6025522
                               Yamato Colony         76.50%      2465748-6109649
               Los Banos       Henry Miller          66.30%      2465755-6025548
                               Lorena Falasco        53.98%      2465755-0102624
                               Los Banos Ele-        53.72%      2465755-6025555
                               mentary
                               Miano                 59.44%      2465755-6025548
                               Westside Inter-       60.22%      2465755-6025548
                               mediate
               Merced City     Burbank               80.52%      24 65771 6025670
                               Chenoweth             59.82%      24 65771 6025613
                               Franklin              75.44%      24 65771 6025621
                               Fremont               65.13%      24 65771 6025654
                               Givens                66.67%      24 65771 6025597
                               Gracey                81.82%      24 65771 6105852
                               Hoover                69.29%      24 65771 6025647
                               Muir                  86.10%      24 65771 6025662
                               Reyes                 82.46%      24 65771 6107908
                               Rivera                62.23%      24 65771 6025696
                               Sheehy                82.13%      24 65771 6025688




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    Counties     District Name         Schools       Percentages             CDS
Merced Contd.                     Stowell              95.96%      24 65771 6115729
                                  Tenaya               79.76%      24 65771 6025704
                                  Wright               89.32%      24 65771 6025605
                 Merced River     Hopeton              72.94%      2473726-6025480
                                  Washington           58.47%      2473726-6025803
                 Planada          Planada Elemen-      83.30%      2465821-6025787
                                  tary
                                  Cesar Chavez         91.70%      2465821-6120448
                                  Middle
                 Snelling-        Snelling Merced      63.75%      2465839-6025795
                 Merced Falls     Falls Elementary
                                  Snelling Merced      76.30%      2465821-6120448
                                  Falls Elementary
Monterey/Santa   Salinas Union    Alisal               87.40%      27 65961 6025977
Cruz             High School
                 District
                 Salinas Union    El Sausal Middle     89.70%      27 66159 6058762
                 High School
                 District
                 Salinas Union    Harden Middle        62.80%      27 66159 6110753
                 High School
                 District
                 Salinas Union    Washington Mid-      52.60%      27 66159 6058770
                 High School      dle
                 District
                 Salinas Union    La Paz Middle        88.00%      27 66159 6118129
                 High School
                 District
                 Chualar          Chualar              96.20%      27 65995 6026082
                 Gonzales Uni-    Fairview Middle      67.50%      27 75473 6026090
                 fied
                 Gonzales Uni-    La Gloria            66.80%      27 75473 6066955
                 fied
                 Gonzales Uni-    Gonzales HS          57.80%      27 75473 2730885
                 fied
                 King City Un-    Del Rey              69.50%      27 66050 6106777
                 ion E
                 King City Un-    San Lorenzo          54.60%      27 66050 6026124
                 ion E
                 King City Un-    Santa Lucia          70.20%      27 66050 6026132
                 ion E
                 Monterey Pen-    Highland Elemen-     93.80%      27 66092 6026223
                 insula Unified   tary
                 Monterey Pen-    MLK Middle           85.10%      27 66092 6058721
                 insula Unified




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    Counties      District Name        Schools        Percentages             CDS
Monterey/Santa   Monterey Pen-    King (Martin Lu-      81.70%      27 66092 6058721
Cruz contd       insula Unified   ther) Elementary
                 Monterey Pen-    Del Rey Woods         89.90%      27 66092 6026181
                 insula Unified
                 Monterey Pen-    Marina Vista          72.20%      27 66092 6026314
                 insula Unified
                 Monterey Pen-    Ord Terrace El-       89.70%      27 66092 6026355
                 insula Unified   ementary
                 North Monte-     Castroville           77.90%      27 73825 6026397
                 rey County
                 Unified SD
                 North Monte-     Echo Valley           59.20%      27 73825 6026405
                 rey County
                 Unified SD
                 North Monte-     Elkhorn               68.60%      27 73825 6026413
                 rey County
                 Unified SD
                 North Monte-     Gambetta Middle       56.40%      27 73825 6026421
                 rey County       (North Monterey
                 Unified SD       County Middle)
                 North Monte-     Prunedale             69.60%      27 73825 6026447
                 rey County
                 Unified SD
                 Monterey Pen-    Seaside High          52.90%      27 66092 2735348
                 insula Unified   School
                 Greenfield       Greenfield Prima-     88.60%      27 66142 6026538
                 Unified Ele-     ry School
                 mentary SD
                 Greenfield       Greenfield Ele-       88.60%      27 66142 6026553
                 Unified Ele-     mentary School
                 mentary SD
                 Greenfield       Oak Avenue            83.80%      27 66142 6026561
                 Unified Ele-     School
                 mentary SD
                 Greenfield       Cesar Chavez          82.40%      27 66142 6026587
                 Unified Ele-     Elementary
                 mentary SD




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     Counties    District Name         Schools         Percentages             CDS
Monterey/Santa   Greenfield       Vista Verde Mid-       83.10%      27 66142 6026595
Cruz             Unified Ele-     dle
                 mentary SD
                 Soledad Uni-     Frank Ledesma          89.80%      27 66142 6026603
                 fied             Elementary
                 San Ardo Un-     San Ardo               87.50%      27 66175 6026637
                 ion
                 San Lucas        San Lucas              95.20%      27 66183 6026645
                 Union
                 Soledad Uni-     Gabilan                98.60%      27 75440 6105472
                 fied
                 Soledad Uni-     Main Street Mid-       93.10%      27 75440 6026678
                 fied             dle
                 Soledad Uni-     Rose Ferrero           88.90%      27 75440 6118756
                 fied
                 Soledad Uni-     San Vicente            92.80%      27 75440 6026686
                 fied
                 Soledad Uni-     Soledad High           90.80%      27 75440 2730190
                 fied
                 Pajaro Valley    Pajaro Valley Uni-     63.30%      44 69799 0105858
                 Unified          fied
                 Santa Cruz       Gault Elementary       66.80%      44 69815 6049894
                 City
                 Santa Cruz       Bayview Elemen-        51.00%      44 69815 6049860
                 City             tary
Placer/Nevada    Twin Ridges      Grizzly Hill Ele-      69.20%      29 66415 6089403
                 Elementary       mentary
                 Twin Ridges      Washington Ele-        77.80%      29 66415 6027205
                 Elementary       mentary
                 Grass Valley     Hennessy Ele-          53.40%      29 66332 6027114
                 Elementary       mentary
                 Nevada Joint     Silver Springs         52.00%      29 66357 2930071
                 Union High       High (Continua-
                                  tion)
                 Placer Union     Chana High             51.60%      31 66894 3131687
                 High             (Continuation)
                 Tahoe-           Kings Beach El-        76.90%      31 66944 6031306
                 Truckee Joint    ementary
                 Unified
                 Roseville City   Cirby Elementary       52.30%      31 66910 6031223
                 Elementary
                 Roseville City   Woodbrigde             63.90%      31 66910 6031280
                 Elementary       Fundamental El-
                                  ementary
                 Auburn Ele-      Rock Creek Ele-        78.70%      31 66787 6031058
                 mentary          mentary
                 Western Plac-    First Street           67.80%      31-669516117493
                 er Unified




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     Counties   District Name        Schools        Percentages             CDS
Riverside       Alvord          Arlanza Elemen-       84.70%      33 66977 6031512
                                tary
                                Collett Elemen-       65.30%      33 66977 6031520
                                tary
                                Foothill Elemen-      69.90%      33 66977 6031538
                                tary
                                Kennedy Rose-         66.70%      33 66977 6116339
                                mary Elementary
                                La Granda Ele-        74.10%      33 66977 6031546
                                mentary
                                Loma Vista In-        56.20%      33 66977 6098156
                                termediate
                                Myra Linn Ele-        75.40%      33 66977 6031553
                                mentary
                                Terrace Elemen-       71.80%      33 66977 6031579
                                tary
                                Twin Hill Elemen-     58.60%      33 66977 6031587
                                tary
                                Valley View Ele-      55.20%      33 66977 6108104
                                mentary
                                Wells Intermedi-      58.50%      33 66977 6031595
                                ate
                Banning         Banning High          70.50%      33 66985 3330214
                                Cabazon Ele-          84.40%      33 66985 6031603
                                mentary
                                Central Elemen-       75.90%      33 66985 6031611
                                tary
                                Coombs Susan          79.00%      33 66985 6031645
                                B. Intermediate
                                Hemmerling El-        87.00%      33 66985 6031629
                                ementary
                                Hoffer Elemen-        86.50%      33 66985 6031637
                                tary
                                Nicolet Middle        81.10%      33 66985 6112080
                                New Horizon           63.80%      33 66985 3330222
                                High
                Beaumont        Chavez Elemen-        59.20%      33 66993 6109763
                                tary
                                Glenview High         69.20%      33 66993 3330842
                                Mountain View         51.40%      33 66993 6031652
                                Middle School
                                Palm Elementary       70.60%      33 66993 6031660
                                San Andreas           68.40%      33 66993 3330461
                                High Continuation
                                San Gorgonio          64.00%      33 66993 0106062
                                Middle
                                Sundance Ele-         55.70%      33 66993 0101006
                                mentary




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    Counties       District Name         Schools        Percentages             CDS
Riverside Contd.                    Three Ring            52.00%      33 66993 3331089
                                    Ranch Elemen-
                                    tary
                   Coachella Val-   Cahuilla Desert       85.10%      33 73676 6112874
                   ley              Academy
                                    Chavez (Cesar)        86.20%      33 73676 6108903
                                    Elementary
                                    Coachella Valley      86.70%      33 73676 3330990
                                    High
                                    Duke (Bobby G)        99.50%      33 73676 6031694
                                    Elementary
                                    John Kelley Ele-      97.80%      33 73676 6032833
                                    mentary
                                    La Familia Con-       92.40%      33 73676 3330032
                                    tinuation High
                                    Las Palmitas El-      85.90%      33 73676 0100248
                                    ementary
                                    Martinez (Saul)       87.50%      33 73676 6114789
                                    Elementary
                                    Mecca Elemen-         88.20%      33 73676 6032254
                                    tary
                                    Oasis Elementary      95.80%      33 73676 6032361
                                    Palm View Ele-        85.90%      33 73676 6031702
                                    mentary
                                    Peter Pendleton       92.40%      33 73676 6031710
                                    Elementary
                                    Sea View Ele-         81.80%      33 73676 6032379
                                    mentary
                                    Toro Canyon           89.10%      33 73676 0100263
                                    Middle
                                    Valley View Ele-      93.90%      33 73676 6031728
                                    mentary
                                    West Shores           69.70%      33 73676 3330354
                                    High
                                    Westside Ele-         79.90%      33 73676 6032841
                                    mentary
                   Coronoa-         Auburndale In-        55.80%      33 67033 6059026
                   Norco            termediate
                                    Centennial High       55.80%      33 67033 3330446
                                    Corona High           50.48%      33 67033 3331600
                                    Corona Vista          93.80%      33 67033 3330602
                                    High Continuation
                                    Coronita Elemen-      72.50%      33 67033 6031751
                                    tary
                                    Garretson Ele-        67.70%      33 67033 6031785
                                    mentary




                                              89
     Counties      District Name       Schools         Percentages             CDS
Riverside Contd.                   Home Gardens          88.50%      33 67033 6031819
                                   Elementary
                                   Jefferson Ele-        87.00%      33 67033 6031827
                                   mentary
                                   John Adams El-        67.20%      33 67033 6031736
                                   ementary
                                   Letha Raney In-       53.95%      33 670133 6059042
                                   termediate
                                   Orange Grove          88.30%      33 67033 0110106
                                   High
                                   Parkridge Ele-        84.30%      33 67033 6031850
                                   mentary
                                   Riverview Ele-        52.80%      33 67033 6031868
                                   mentary
                                   John Stallings        60.10%      33 67033 6084669
                                   Elementary
                                   Vicentia Elemen-      56.70%      33 67033 6031884
                                   tary
                                   Victress Bower        60.18%      33 67033 6068753
                                   School for Excep-
                                   tional Studies
                   Desert Sands    Carillo Ranch       60382.00%     33 67058 0108464
                                   Elementary
                                   Dr. Reynaldo          73.40%      33 67058 0100164
                                   Carreon Jr.
                                   Academy
                                   Eisenhower            85.70%      33 67058 6031942
                                   (Dwight) Elemen-
                                   tary
                                   Franklin (Benja-      56.29%      33 67058 6031942
                                   min) Elementary
                                   Hoover (Herbert)     100.00%      33 67058 6031967
                                   Elementary
                                   Indio High            59.30%      33 67058 3333192
                                   Indio Middle          64.10%      33 67058 6109797
                                   Jackson (An-          85.20%      33 67058 6031934
                                   drew) Elementary
                                   Jefferson Middle      94.50%      33 67058 6032015
                                   John Adams El-        62.00%      33 67058 6113898
                                   ementary
                                   Johnson (Lyndon       61.80%      33 67058 6116636
                                   B.) Elementary
.                                  Kennedy (John         87.00%      33 67058 6031975
                                   F.) Elementary




                                               90
     Counties     District Name       Schools         Percentages             CDS
Riverside Contd                   Lincoln (Abra-        74.90%      33 67058 6031926
                                  ham) Elementary
                                  Madison (James)       55.60%      33 67058 6108955
                                  Elementary
                                  Roosevelt (Theo-      98.20%      33 67058 6032007
                                  dore) Elementary
                                  Van Buren (Mar-       97.40%      33 67058 6031973
                                  tin) Elementary
                                  Wilson Middle         80.50%      33 67058 6032023
                  Hemet           Acacia Middle         79.20%      33 67082 6084628
                                  Alessandro High       81.70%      33 67082 3330065
                                  Continuation
                                  Cottonwood Ele-       75.70%      33 67082 6032080
                                  mentary
                                  Dartmouth Middle      54.30%      33 67082 6112007
                                  Diamond Valley        71.20%      33 67082 0102780
                                  Middle
                                  Fruitvale Elemen-     84.20%      33 67082 6109805
                                  tary
                                  Hamilton              85.00%      33 67082 0107359
                                  Hemet Education       96.20%      33 67082 3330768
                                  Learning Center
                                  Hemet Elemen-         93.00%      33 67082 6032106
                                  tary
                                  Jacob Wiens El-       96.60%      33 67082 6118731
                                  ementary
                                  Little Lake Ele-      62.90%      33 67082 6032122
                                  mentary
                                  McSweeny Ele-         77.70%      33 67082 0101121
                                  mentary
                                  Ramona Elemen-        74.20%      33 67082 6032130
                                  tary
                                  Santa Fe Middle       89.20%      33 67082 6059067
                                  Whittier Elemen-      79.90%      33 67082 6032148
                                  tary
                                  Winchester Ele-       88.10%      33 67082 6032155
                                  mentary
                  Jurupa          Glen Avon Ele-        77.50%      33 67090 6032163
                                  mentary
                                  Granite Hill Ele-     77.70%      33 67090 6110548
                                  mentary
                                  Ina Arbuckle El-      95.80%      33 67090 6032171
                                  ementary
                                  Mira Loma Middle      57.00%      33 67090 6112858




                                             91
     Counties     District Name       Schools         Percentages             CDS
Riverside Contd                   Mission Bell Ele-     80.80%      33 67090 6032189
                                  mentary
                                  Mission Middle        70.90%      33 67090 6061774
                                  Pacific Avenue        77.60%      33 67090 6032197
                                  Elementary
                                  Pedley Elemen-        71.30%      33 67090 6032205
                                  tary
                                  Peralta Elemen-       53.00%      33 67090 6113518
                                  tary
                                  Rubidoux High         57.50%      33 67090 3337136
                                  Rustic Lane Ele-      86.70%      33 67090 6032213
                                  mentary
                                  Stone Avenue          63.60%      33 67090 6111280
                                  Elementary
                                  Sunnyslope Ele-       66.70%      33 67090 6106843
                                  mentary
                                  Troth Street Ele-     80.30%      33 67090 6032221
                                  mentary
                                  Van Buren Ele-        70.80%      33 67090 6032239
                                  mentary
                                  West Riverside        90.90%      33 67090 6032247
                                  Elementary
                  Lake Elsinore   Butterfield Ele-      62.39%      33 75176 6102735
                                  mentary
                                  Elsinore Elemen-      75.09%      33 75176 6032031
                                  tary
                                  Elsinore Middle       69.15%      33 75176 6071203
                                  Hayman Elemen-        66.16%      33 75176 6104442
                                  tary
                                  Machado ele-          77.97%      33 75176 6032056
                                  mentary
                                  Rail Road Can-        66.39%      33 75176 6107189
                                  yon Elementary
                                  Wildomar Ele-         51.46%      33 75176 6032064
                                  mentary
                  Menifee         Menifee Elemen-       60.70%      33 67116 6032270
                                  tary
                  Moreno Valley   Armada Elemen-        83.80%      33 67124 6032288
                                  tary
                                  Badger Springs        83.40%      33 67124 6108674
                                  Middle
                                  Bayside Commu-        67.50%      33 67124 3330800
                                  nity Day
                                  Bear Valley Ele-      77.60%      33 67124 6107890
                                  mentary
                                  Box Springs Ele-      66.60%      33 67124 6108716
                                  mentary




                                               92
     Counties      District Name       Schools         Percentages             CDS
Riverside Contd.                   Butterfield Ele-      78.20%      33 67124 6103501
                                   mentary
                                   Chaparral Hills       82.60%      33 67124 6106967
                                   Elementary
                                   Cloverdale Ele-       57.40%      33 67124 6107080
                                   mentary
                                   Creekside Ele-        82.00%      33 67124 6106942
                                   mentary
                                   Edgemont Ele-         93.30%      33 67124 6032304
                                   mentary
                                   Hendrick Ranch        77.80%      33 67124 6108724
                                   Elementary
                                   Honey Hollow          70.60%      33 67124 6105514
                                   Elementary
                                   Landmark Middle       52.20%      33 67124 6109979
                                   March Mountain        56.00%      33 67124 3333762
                                   High Continuation
                                   Midland Elemen-       71.80%      33 67124 6032312
                                   tary
                                   Moreno Elemen-        68.10%      33 67124 6032320
                                   tary
                                   Moreno Valley         71.40%      33 67124 3333770
                                   High
                                   Mountain View         74.00%      33 67124 6107643
                                   Middle School
                                   Palm Middle           57.20%      33 67124 6110027
                                   Ramona Elemen-        84.13%      33 67124 6104582
                                   tary
                                   Seneca Elemen-        59.00%      33 67124 6110928
                                   tary
                                   Serrano Elemen-       86.20%      33 67124 6106041
                                   tary
                                   Sunnymead Ele-        88.60%      33 67124 6032338
                                   mentary
                                   Sunnymead Mid-        78.60%      33 67124 6108690
                                   dle
                                   Sunnymeadows          79.50%      33 67124 6103519
                                   Elementary
                                   Towngate Ele-         69.20%      33 67124 0102731
                                   mentary
                                   Vista Del Lago        55.60%      33 67124 3331071
                                   High
                   Nuview          Mountain Shad-        50.34%      33 67157 6109334
                                   ows Middle
                                   Nuview Elemen-        61.70%      33 67157 6032353
                                   tary
                                   Valley View Ele-      53.09%      33 67157 6111488
                                   mentary




                                              93
    Counties       District Name       Schools          Percentages             CDS
Riverside Contd.   Palm Springs    Ague Caliente          73.00%      33 67173 6032387
                                   Elementary
                                   Bubbling Wells         91.50%      33 67173 6111025
                                   Elementary
                                   Cahuilla Elemen-       79.80%      33 67173 6031395
                                   tary
                                   Cathedral City         67.00%      33 67173 6032403
                                   Elementary
                                   Cathedral City         51.00%      33 67173 3330578
                                   High
                                   Cielo Vista Ele-       78.30%      33 67173 6032411
                                   mentary
                                   Coffman (Nellie        80.60%      33 67173 6059091
                                   N.) Middle
                                   Corsini (Julius)       98.80%      33 67176 6102560
                                   Elementary
                                   Cree (Raymond)         68.00%      33 67173 6059109
                                   Middle
                                   Desert Hot             68.40%      33 67176 3330818
                                   Springs High
                                   Desert Springs         89.90%      33 67173 6108443
                                   Middle
                                   Landau Elemen-         55.37%      33 67173 6107601
                                   tary
                                   Finchy (Kathe-         58.00%      33 67173 6032437
                                   rine) Elementary
                                   Lindley (Della S.)     85.40%      33 67173 6106207
                                   Elementary
                                   Mt. San Jacinto        80.28%      33 67173 6059091
                                   High
                                   Ramon Academy          63.80%      33 67173 3330925
                                   Rancho Mirage          65.70%      33 67173 6132445
                                   Elementary
                                   Rio Vista Ele-         55.50%      33 67173 0105767
                                   mentary
                                   Two Bunch              93.40%      33 67173 6115448
                                   Palms Elemen-
                                   tary
                                   Vista Del Monte        89.60%      33 67173 6132452
                                   Elementary
                                   Wenzlaff (Edward       89.60%      33 67173 6132429
                                   L.) Elementary
                                   Workman                55.70%      33 67173 6112692
                                   (James) Middle
                   Palo Verde      Appleby (Felix J.)     78.80%      33 67181 6132460
                                   Elementary
                                   Blythe Middle          55.40%      33 67181 6061782




                                                  94
     Counties      District Name        Schools         Percentages             CDS
Riverside Contd.                    Brown (Ruth)          66.00%      33 67181 6032494
                                    Elementary
                   Perris Elemen-   A Street Elemen-      92.80%      33 67199 6113955
                   tary             tary
                                    Enchanted Hills       96.60%      33 67199 6120547
                                    Elementary
                                    Good Hope Ele-        96.30%      33 67199 6032502
                                    mentary
                                    Nan Sanders El-       87.50%      33 67199 6105571
                                    ementary
                                    Palms Elemen-         87.00%      33 67199 6111843
                                    tary
                                    Park Avenue El-       95.60%      33 67199 6109037
                                    ementary
                                    Perris Elementary     96.50%      33 67199 6032510
                   Perris Union     Perris High           57.60%      33 67207 3335973
                   Unified
                                    Perris Lake High      71.90%      33 67207 3330172
                                    Continuation
                                    Perris Union High     79.10%      33 67207 3330776
                                    Pinacate Middle       85.10%      33 67207 6106223
                   Riverside        Adams Elemen-         67.10%      33 67215 6032528
                                    tary
                                    Alcott Elementary     52.50%      33 67215 6032536
                                    Bryant Elemen-        80.40%      33 67215 6032544
                                    tary
                                    Central Middle        64.50%      33 67215 6059125
                                    Chemawa Middle        59.60%      33 67215 6061790
                                    Fremont Elemen-       86.90%      33 67215 6032585
                                    tary
                                    Grant Elementary      75.30%      33 67215 6032593
                                    Hawthorne Ele-        78.80%      33 67215 6032619
                                    mentary
                                    Highgrove Ele-        83.80%      33 67215 6032627
                                    mentary
                                    Highland Elemen-      72.30%      33 67215 6032635
                                    tary
                                    Hyatt Elementary      73.30%      33 67215 6032643
                                    Jackson Elemen-       72.50%      33 67215 6032650
                                    tary
                                    Jefferson Ele-        72.60%      33 67215 6032668
                                    mentary
                                    Liberty Elemen-       81.70%      33 67215 6032684
                                    tary
                                    Lincoln Continua-     64.70%      33 67215 3336955
                                    tion
                                    Longfellow Ele-       93.20%      33 67215 6032692
                                    mentary




                                             95
    Counties       District Name        Schools        Percentages             CDS
Riverside Contd.                   Madison Elemen-       70.10%      33 67215 6032700
                                   tary
                                   Magnolia Ele-         56.70%      33 67215 6032718
                                   mentary
                                   Monroe Elemen-        73.70%      33 67215 6032726
                                   tary
                                   Mountain View         71.90%      33 67215 6032734
                                   Elementary
                                   Pachappa Ele-         59.70%      33 67215 6032742
                                   mentary
                                   Ramona High           51.00%      33 67215 3336492
                                   Rehoboth Charter      68.30%      33 67215 6119788
                                   Academy
                                   Sierra Middle         67.50%      33 67215 6059141
                                   Taft Elementary       60.80%      33 67215 6107957
                                   University            72.50%      33 67215 6059158
                                   Heights Middle
                   Romoland        Harvest Valley        73.50%      33 67231 6109581
                                   Elementary
                                   Romoland Ele-         73.90%      33 67231 6032791
                                   mentary
                   San Jacinto     Record Clayton        52.30%      33 67215 0102723
                                   Elementary
                                   De Anza Elemen-       65.70%      33 67249 6106884
                                   tary
                                   Hyatt Elementary      86.50%      33 67249 6032809
                                   Jose Antonio          59.20%      33 67249 0102715
                                   Estudillo Elemen-
                                   tary
                                   Monte Vista Mid-      68.30%      33 67249 6059166
                                   dle
                                   Mountain View         54.50%      33 67249 3337649
                                   High Continuation
                                   North Mountain        65.00%      33 67249 6115125
                                   Middle
                                   Park Hill Elemen-     77.20%      33 67249 6109490
                                   tary
                                   San Jacinto Ele-      93.20%      33 67249 6032817
                                   mentary
                   Val Verde       Avalon Elemen-        57.42%      33 75242 0109124
                                   tary
                                   Bethune Elemen-       69.50%      33 75242 6109565
                                   tary
                                   Citrus Hill High      69.51%      33 75242 0109108
                                   Columbia Ele-         89.20%      33 75242 0106096
                                   mentary
                                   El Potrero Ele-       63.46%      33 75242 6109557
                                   mentary




                                               96
     Counties      District Name        Schools        Percentages             CDS
Riverside Contd.                   Lakeside Middle       65.00%      33 75242 0100941
                                   Lassalle Elemen-      51.17%      33 75242 0109116
                                   tary
                                   Mead Valley El-       79.50%      33 75242 6032866
                                   ementary
                                   Rainbow Ridge         71.80%      33 75242 6108039
                                   Elementary
                                   Rancho Verde          51.17%      33 75242 3330552
                                   High
                                   Real Elementary       81.50%      33 75242 6114458
                                   Red Maple Ele-        76.50%      33 75242 0106104
                                   mentary
                                   Rivera Middle         74.00%      33 75242 6111447
                                   Sierra Vista Ele-     63.20%      33 75242 0100958
                                   mentary
                                   Val Verde Ele-        78.00%      33 75242 6032874
                                   mentary
                                   Val Verde High        55.20%      33 75242 3330560
                                   Continuation
                                   Val Verde Stu-        63.13%      33 75242 0109652
                                   dent Success
                                   Academy
                                   Victoriano Ele-       52.80%      33 75242 6108047
                                   mentary
                                   Vista Verde Mid-      55.10%      33 75242 6111033
                                   dle
San Diego          Bonsall Union   Banks (Vivian)        65.90%      37 67975 6113468
                   Elementary      Charter (Elem.)
                                   Bonsall West          54.80%      37 67975 0110122
                                   Elementary
                   Borrego         Borrego Springs       84.90%      37 67983 6037550
                   Springs Uni-    Elementary
                   fied
                                   Borrego Springs       66.20%      37 67983 3730447
                                   High
                                   Borrego Springs       74.70%      37 67983 6115315
                                   Middle
                   Cajon Valley    Anza Elementary       82.50%      37 67991 6037568
                   Union Elemen-
                   tary
                                   Bostonia Elemen-      68.10%      37 67991 6037576
                                   tary
                                   Cajon Valley          64.90%
                                   Community Day                     37 67991 6117295
                                   Cajon Valley          86.90%      37 67991 6037584
                                   Middle
                                   Chase Avenue          74.10%      37 67991 6037592
                                   Elementary




                                             97
    Counties      District Name      Schools         Percentages            CDS
San Diego contd                   Cuyamaca Ele-        74.60%
                                  mentary                          37 67991 6037618
                                  Emerald Middle       64.90%      37 67991 6037626
                                  Johnson Elemen-      85.30%      37 67991 6037675
                                  tary
                                  Lexington Ele-       87.90%
                                  mentary                          37 67991 6037683
                                  Madison Avenue       55.70%
                                  Elementary                       37 67991 6037691
                                  Magnolia Ele-        67.60%      37 67991 6037709
                                  mentary
                                  Naranca Elemen-      82.10%      37 67991 6037725
                                  tary
                  Carlsbad Uni-   Jefferson Ele-       53.70%      37 73551 6037782
                           fied   mentary
                    Chula Vista   Castle Park Ele-     58.90%      37 68023 6037824
                    Elementary    mentary
                                  Chula Vista          51.50%
                                  Learning Com-
                                  munity                           37 68023 6115778
                                  Feaster-Edison      100.00%      37 68023 6037956
                                  Charter
                                  Fred H. Rohr El-     50.00%
                                  ementary                         37 68023 6037840
                                  Juarez-Lincoln       53.80%      37 68023 6069090
                                  Elementary
                                  Harborside Ele-      79.50%
                                  mentary                          37 68023 6037873
                                  Lauderbach Ele-      77.60%      37 68023 6037907
                                  mentary
                                  Loma Verde El-       58.20%
                                  ementary                         37 68023 6037949
                                  Los Altos Ele-       66.20%
                                  mentary                          37 68023 6070825
                                  Montgomery El-       70.70%      37 68023 6037915
                                  ementary
                                  Mueller Elemen-      66.00%      37 68023 6037980
                                  tary
                                  Myrtle S. Finney     55.90%
                                  Elmentary                        37 68023 6037964
                                  Otay Elementary      64.60%      37 68023 6095038
                                  Palomar Elemen-      55.20%
                                  tary                             37 68023 6037972
                                  Rice Elementary      59.40%      37 68023 6037931
                                  Silver Wing Ele-     62.60%      37 68023 6038004
                                  mentary
                                  Vista Square El-     69.80%      37 68023 6038046
                                  ementary




                                              98
    Counties       District Name          Schools        Percentages             CDS
San Diego contd.      Escondido      Central Elemen-       88.30%      37 68098 6038178
                   Union Elemen-     tary
                              tary
                                     Conway Elemen-        62.30%      37 68098 6038186
                                     tary
                                     Del Dios Middle       70.60%      37 68098 6038194
                                     Farr Avenue           89.80%      37 68098 0102608
                                     Felicita Elemen-      85.70%      37 68098 6038202
                                     tary
                                     Glen View Ele-        75.40%      37 68098 6038939
                                     mentary
                                     Grant Middle          86.90%      37 68098 6038210
                                     Hidden Valley         61.40%      37 68098 6093215
                                     Middle
                                     Juniper Elemen-       73.50%      37 68098 6038228
                                     tary
                                     Lincoln Primary       91.20%      37 68098 6038236
                                     Nicolaysen Cen-      100.00%      37 68098 6099675
                                     ter
                                     Oak Hill Elemen-      70.90%      37 68098 6038244
                                     tary
                                     Orange Glen El-       66.10%      37 68098 6038947
                                     ementary
                                     Pioneer Elemen-       84.00%      37 68098 6110381
                                     tary
                                     Rock Springs          54.90%      37 68098 6111769
                                     Elementary
                                     Rose Elementary       80.80%      37 68098 6038251
                    Fallbrook Un-    Ellis Elementary      68.00%      37 68114 6038293
                     ion Elemen-
                              tary
                                     Fallbrook Street      66.10%      37 68114 6038285
                                     Elementary
                                     La Paloma Ele-        55.70%
                                     mentary                           37 68114 6038269
                    Fallbrook Un-    Ivy High (Contin-     69.30%
                         ion High    uation)                           37 68122 3732195
                      Grossmont      Chaparral High        53.80%
                      Union High                                       37 68130 3732559
                                     El Cajon Valley       65.20%
                                     High                              37 68130 3731692
                                     Helix High            52.60%      37 68130 3732732
                       La Mesa -     Avondale Ele-         73.40%      37 68197 6038400
                    Spring Valley    mentary
                                     Bancroft Elemen-      85.40%      37 68197 6038418
                                     tary
                                     Casa de Oro El-       66.80%
                                     ementary                          37 68197 6038434




                                               99
   Counties        District Name       Schools         Percentages             CDS
San Diego contd.                   Kempton Street        92.70%      37 68197 6038467
                                   Elementary
                                   La Mesa Dale          62.00%
                                   Elementary                        37 68197 6038475
                                   La Presa Ele-         78.20%      37 68197 6038509
                                   mentary
                                   La Presa Middle       84.00%      37 68197 6038491
                                   Rancho Elemen-        69.60%      37 68197 6038566
                                   tary
                                   Spring Valley El-     96.00%      37 68197 6038582
                                   ementary
                                   Spring Valley         51.50%
                                   Middle                            37 68197 6038590
                    Lemon Grove    Golden Avenue         77.20%      37 68205 6038608
                      Elementary   Elementary
                                   Lemon Grove           61.40%      37 68205 6038616
                                   Middle
                                   Monterey Heights      69.30%      37 68205 6038624
                                   Elementary
                                   Mt. Vernon Ele-       67.50%      37 68205 6038632
                                   mentary
                                   Palm Middle           56.20%      37 68205 6038640
                                   San Altos Ele-        55.90%
                                   mentary                           37 68205 6038657
                                   San Miguel Ele-       68.60%      37 68205 6038665
                                   mentary
                                   Vista La Mesa         77.20%      37 68205 6038673
                                   Elementary
                   Mountain Em-    Campo Elemen-         54.80%      37 68213 6038681
                   pire Unified    tary
                                   Campo High           100.00%      37 68213 3730934
                                   Clover Flat Ele-      57.90%      37 68213 6085054
                                   mentary
                                   Cottonwood           100.00%      37 68213 3731080
                                   Community Day
                                   Hillside Jun-         50.00%      37 68213 3730991
                                   ior/Senior High
                                   Jacumba Ele-          57.10%      37 68213 6038707
                                   mentary
                                   Mountain Empire       52.50%      37 68213 6038723
                                   Junior High
                                   Mountain Mead-        95.20%      37 68213 3730983
                                   ow High
                                   Potrero Elemen-       80.20%      37 68213 6097190
                                   tary




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    Counties       District Name         Schools        Percentages             CDS
San Diego contd.    National Ele-   Central Elemen-       84.80%      37 68221 6038731
                          mentary   tary
                                    El Toyon Elemen-      84.80%      37 68221 6038749
                                    tary
                                    Harbison Ele-         85.00%      37 68221 6038764
                                    mentary
                                    Integrity Charter     79.50%      37 68221 0101360
                                    School
                                    Kimball Elemen-       85.00%      37 68221 6038772
                                    tary
                                    Las Palmas Ele-       84.90%      37 68221 6038780
                                    mentary
                                    Lincoln Acres         85.10%      37 68221 6038798
                                    Elementary
                                    New Horizons         100.00%      37 68221 6108559
                                    Elementary
                                    Olivewood Ele-        84.80%      37 68221 6038806
                                    mentary
                                    Otis Elementary       84.90%      37 68221 6038756
                                    Palmer Way El-        84.80%      37 68221 6038814
                                    ementary
                      Oceanside     Burgener Acad-        78.90%      37 73569 3731148
                         Unified    emy
                                    Del Rio Elemen-       65.80%      37 73569 6088991
                                    tary
                                    Ditmar Elemen-        94.90%      37 73569 6038822
                                    tary
                                    Garrison Elemen-      66.10%      37 73569 6069108
                                    tary
                                    Jefferson Middle      52.00%      37 73569 6038830
                                    Laurel Elemen-        88.20%      37 73569 6038848
                                    tary
                                    Libby Elementary      88.90%      37 73569 6038855
                                    Mission Elemen-       82.70%      37 73569 6038871
                                    tary
                                    North Terrace         53.70%      37 73569 6038889
                                    Elementary
                                    Pacifica Elemen-      75.70%      37 73569 6070916
                                    tary
                                    San Luis Rey          55.10%      37 73569 6038905
                                    Elementary
                    Ramona City     Hanson Elemen-        53.40%
                        Unified     tary                              37 68304 6039028
                                    Ramona Elemen-        76.00%      37 68304 6039036
                                    tary




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    Counties       District Name       Schools          Percentages            CDS
San Diego contd.       San Diego   East Region            100.00%
                   County Office   Community Day
                    of Education   School                             37 10371 3731445
                                   Metro Region           84.40%
                                   Community Day
                                   School                             37 10371 3731411
                                   Monarch Elemen-       100.00%
                                   tary Community
                                   Day School                         37 10371 0106369
                                   North Region           75.00%
                                   Community Day
                                   School                             37 10371 3731429
                                   San Diego Coun-       100.00%
                                   ty Juvenile Court                  37 10371 3730710
                                   South Region           69.40%
                                   Community Day
                                   School                             37 10371 3731403
                                   Summit Schools         71.40%      37 10371 3731510
                      San Diego    Adams Elemen-          81.00%
                        Unified    tary                               37 68338 6039101
                                   Agustin Vincente       60.40%
                                   Zamorano Ele-
                                   mentary                            37 68338 6106199
                                   Alternative Learn-     61.90%
                                   ing for Behavior
                                   and Attitude                       37 68338 3731130
                                   Angier Elemen-         78.30%
                                   tary                               37 68338 6039135
                                   Audeo Charter          69.40%      37 68338 3731395
                                   Audubon Ele-           84.20%
                                   mentary                            37 68338 6039143
                                   Baker Elementary       96.10%      37 68338 6039150
                                   Balboa Elemen-         95.10%
                                   tary                               37 68338 6039168
                                   Barnard Elemen-        68.60%
                                   tary                               37 68338 6039184
                                   Bayview Terrace        79.50%
                                   Elementary                         37 68338 6039218
                                   Bell Junior High       65.30%      37 68338 6059588
                                   Birney Elemen-         83.90%
                                   tary                               37 68338 6039259
                                   Boone Elemen-          71.30%
                                   tary                               37 68338 6039267
                                   Brooklyn Elemen-       95.80%
                                   tary                               37 68338 6039275




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    Counties       District Name        Schools        Percentages            CDS
San Diego contd.                   Burbank Elemen-       96.60%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6039283
                                   Cabrillo Elemen-      63.50%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6039291
                                   Cadman Elemen-        72.70%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6039309
                                   Carson Elemen-        89.60%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6039341
                                   Carver Elemen-        90.00%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6039358
                                   Central Elemen-       99.00%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6039366
                                   Cesar Chavez          95.00%
                                   Elementary                        37 68338 6114300
                                   Chancellor Wil-      100.00%
                                   liam McGill
                                   School of Suc-
                                   cess                              37 68338 6113211
                                   Charter School of     63.30%
                                   San Diego                         37 68338 3730959
                                   Cherokee Point        89.50%
                                   Elementary                        37 68338 0108282
                                   Chesterton Ele-       56.50%
                                   mentary                           37 68338 6039374
                                   Children's Con-       85.20%
                                   servation Acad-
                                   emy                               37 68338 0108969
                                   Chollas/Mead          93.00%
                                   Elementary                        37 68338 6039382
                                   Clay Elementary       81.80%      37 68338 6039390
                                   Correia Middle        56.20%      37 68338 6059596
                                   Creative, Per-        64.80%
                                   forming, and Me-
                                   dia Arts                          37 68338 3731551
                                   Crown Point El-       71.60%
                                   ementary                          37 68338 6039424
                                   Cubberley Ele-        54.30%
                                   mentary                           37 68338 6039432
                                   Cultural Investi-     79.40%
                                   gations in a Mul-
                                   ticultural Atmos-
                                   phere                             37 68338 0107045
                                   Dana Middle           50.90%      37 68338 6059604
                                   Darnall E-           100.00%
                                   Campus Charter                    37 68338 6039457
                                   Dewey Elemen-         69.30%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6039481
                                   Doyle Elementary      50.40%      37 68338 6099055




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    Counties       District Name        Schools        Percentages            CDS
San Diego contd.                   Edison Elemen-        99.10%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6039499
                                   Emerson/Bandini       91.10%
                                   Elementary                        37 68338 6039507
                                   Encanto Elemen-       87.00%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6039515
                                   Euclid Elemen-        99.10%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6039523
                                   Fanno Academy         62.10%
                                   Charter                           37 68338 0109579
                                   Farb Middle           70.00%      37 68338 6099063
                                   Field Elementary      76.70%      37 68338 6039556
                                   Fletcher Elemen-      66.20%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6039564
                                   Florence Elemen-      70.60%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6039572
                                   Foster Elemen-        50.20%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6039598
                                   Franklin Elemen-      85.80%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6039606
                                   Freese Elemen-        86.60%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6039614
                                   Fulton Elemen-        81.40%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6039630
                                   Garfield Elemen-      83.00%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6039655
                                   Garfield High         79.20%      37 68338 3737962
                                   Gompers Charter
                                   Middle                77.50%      37 68338 0109025
                                   Gompers Sec-          74.40%
                                   ondary                            37 68338 3730348
                                   Hamilton Ele-         97.00%
                                   mentary                           37 68338 6039705
                                   Hancock Elemen-       67.10%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6096051
                                   Hardy Elementary      58.10%      37 68338 6039713
                                   Harriet Tubman        71.90%
                                   Village Charter                   37 68338 6040018
                                   Hawthorne Ele-        55.30%
                                   mentary                           37 68338 6039721
                                   Herbert Ibarra        88.20%
                                   Elementary                        37 68338 0108290
                                   Holly Drive Lead-     83.70%
                                   ership Academy                    37 68338 6117279
                                   Hoover Senior         96.00%
                                   High                              37 68338 3732997
                                   Horton Elemen-        93.30%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6039754




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    Counties       District Name       Schools        Percentages            CDS
San Diego contd.                   Invention and        85.00%
                                   Design Education                 37 68338 0107201
                                   Mack Kimbrough       99.00%
                                   Elementary                       37 68338 6114292
                                   Jackson Elemen-      98.00%
                                   tary                             37 68338 6039762
                                   Jefferson Ele-       85.10%
                                   mentary                          37 68338 6039770
                                   John Muir            71.20%      37 68338 3730116
                                   Johnson Elemen-      86.30%
                                   tary                             37 68338 6039788
                                   Jones Elemen-        53.30%
                                   tary                             37 68338 6039796
                                   Juarez Elemen-       59.80%
                                   tary                             37 68338 6039804
                                   Keiller Leader-      76.80%
                                   ship Academy                     37 68338 0109017
                                   King/Chavez Arts    100.00%
                                   Academy                          37 68338 0109033
                                   King/Chavez Ath-    100.00%
                                   letics Academy                   37 68338 0109041
                                   King/Chavez         100.00%
                                   Charter                          37 68338 6119598
                                   Kipp Adelante        90.80%
                                   Preparatory
                                   Academy                          37 68338 0101345
                                   Knox Elementary      96.70%      37 68338 6039838
                                   Kroc Middle          66.80%      37 68338 6059612
                                   Lafayette Ele-       68.50%
                                   mentary                          37 68338 6039853
                                   Language Acad-       52.70%
                                   emy                              37 68338 6040000
                                   Learn, Explore,      82.20%
                                   Achieve, Discov-
                                   er                               37 68338 0107037
                                   Lee Elementary       65.60%      37 68338 6039861
                                   Linda Vista Ele-     96.10%
                                   mentary                          37 68338 6039879
                                   Lind-                64.40%
                                   bergh/Schweitzer
                                   Elementary                       37 68338 6039887
                                   Logan Elemen-        95.00%
                                   tary                             37 68338 6039895
                                   Madison Senior       62.80%
                                   High                             37 68338 3733698
                                   Mann School of       91.10%
                                   Expedition                       37 68338 6059646
                                   Mann School of       91.10%
                                   Exploration                      37 68338 0110544




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    Counties       District Name       Schools         Percentages            CDS
San Diego contd.                   Mann School of        91.10%
                                   Expression                        37 68338 0110536
                                   Marshall Elemen-      95.90%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6039952
                                   Marston Middle        62.20%      37 68338 6059653
                                   Mary McLeod           57.30%
                                   Bethune Elemen-
                                   tary                              37 68338 6106173
                                   Mason Elemen-         50.90%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6071914
                                   McKinley Ele-         77.10%
                                   mentary                           37 68338 6039978
                                   Media, Visual,        63.00%
                                   and Performing
                                   Arts                              37 68338 0107060
                                   Memorial Acad-       100.00%
                                   emy of Learning
                                   & Technology                      37 68338 0109132
                                   Miller Elementary     59.60%      37 68338 6093256
                                   Mission Bay Sen-      64.20%
                                   ior High                          37 68338 3734431
                                   Momentum Mid-         52.40%
                                   dle                               37 68338 0109157
                                   Monroe Clark          99.00%
                                   Middle                            37 68338 6114060
                                   Montgomery            88.30%
                                   Middle                            37 68338 6059679
                                   Morse Senior          60.00%
                                   High                              37 68338 3734654
                                   New Dawn              79.40%      37 68338 6040083
                                   North Park Ele-       93.50%      37 68338 6115323
                                   mentary
                                   Nubia Leadership      60.50%
                                   Academy                           37 68338 6114961
                                   Nye Elementary        65.30%      37 68338 6112478
                                   O'Farrell Com-        74.10%
                                   munity Charter                    37 68338 6061964
                                   Oak Park Ele-         78.60%
                                   mentary                           37 68338 6040026
                                   Ocean Beach           60.20%
                                   Elementary                        37 68338 6040034
                                   Pacific Beach         53.70%
                                   Elementary                        37 68338 6040042
                                   Pacific Beach         67.60%
                                   Middle                            37 68338 6059695
                                   Paradise Hills        76.80%
                                   Elementary                        37 68338 6040059




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    Counties       District Name        Schools         Percentages             CDS
San Diego contd.                   Penn Elementary        66.10%      37 68338 6077317
                                   Perkins Elemen-        93.20%
                                   tary                               37 68338 6039929
                                   Perry Elementary       74.00%      37 68338 6040067
                                   Preuss School         100.00%
                                   UCSD                               37 68338 3731189
                                   Promise Charter        86.50%      37 68338 6120943
                                   Rolando Park           76.10%
                                   Elementary                         37 68338 6040091
                                   Roosevelt Middle       82.90%      37 68338 6059703
                                   Rosa Parks Ele-        99.00%
                                   mentary                            37 68338 6114375
                                   Ross Elementary        77.80%      37 68338 6040109
                                   Rowan Elemen-          81.90%
                                   tary                               37 68338 6040117
                                   San Diego Met-         60.60%
                                   ropolitan Region-
                                   al Career &
                                   Technical High
                                                                      37 68338 0107482
                                   School of Busi-        76.60%
                                   ness at San Die-
                                   go                                 37 68338 0107052
                                   School of Com-         83.40%
                                   munity Health
                                   and Medical
                                   Practices at
                                   Crawford High                      37 68338 0107185
                                   School of Digital      72.40%
                                   Media and De-
                                   sign at Kearny
                                   High                               37 68338 0107078
                                   School of Interna-     77.60%
                                   tional Business at
                                   Kearny High                        37 68338 0107094
                                   School of Interna-     50.70%
                                   tional Studies at
                                   San Diego High
                                   Educational Cen-
                                   ter                                37 68338 0107029
                                   School of Law          82.20%
                                   and Business                       37 68338 0107193
                                   School of Multi-       85.30%
                                   media and Visual
                                   Arts at Crawford
                                   High                               37 68338 0107177




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    Counties       District Name        Schools        Percentages            CDS
San Diego contd.                   School of Sci-        73.70%
                                   ence, Connec-
                                   tions, and Tech-
                                   nology at Kearny                  37 68338 0107086
                                   Scitech High          68.40%      37 68338 0107219
                                   Sequoia Elemen-       60.60%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6040133
                                   Serra Senior High     52.20%      37 68338 3730173
                                   Sherman Ele-          98.00%
                                   mentary                           37 68338 6040158
                                   Spreckels Ele-        50.40%
                                   mentary                           37 68338 6040174
                                   Stanley Foster        65.10%
                                   Construction
                                   Tech Academy at
                                   Kearny High
                                                                     37 68338 0107102
                                   Taft Middle           70.40%      37 68338 6059711
                                   Toler Elementary      62.00%      37 68338 6040224
                                   Trace                 69.80%      37 68338 3731056
                                   Twain Jun-            71.90%
                                   ior/Senior High
                                   (Cont)                            37 68338 3730231
                                   Valencia Park         81.20%
                                   Elementary                        37 68338 6040257
                                   Vista Grande El-      51.20%
                                   ementary                          37 68338 6099089
                                   Walker Elemen-        59.40%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6089064
                                   Walter J. Porter      93.10%
                                   Elementary                        37 68338 0108274
                                   Washington Ele-       84.60%
                                   mentary                           37 68338 6040265
                                   Webster Elemen-       90.00%
                                   tary                              37 68338 6040273
                                   Wegeforth Ele-        65.60%
                                   mentary                           37 68338 6040281
                                   Whitman Ele-          65.60%
                                   mentary                           37 68338 6040307
                                   Wilson Middle         97.00%      37 68338 6061980
                     San Marcos    Dunn Elementary       76.40%      37 73791 6039069
                         Unified
                                   San Marcos Ele-       87.50%      37 73791 6039085
                                   mentary Acade-
                                   my
                                   San Marcos Mid-       57.50%
                                   dle                               37 73791 6039093




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    Counties       District Name        Schools        Percentages             CDS
San Diego contd.      San Ysidro    Beyer Elementary     77.00%      37 68379 6040414
                      Elementary
                                    Sunset Elemen-       58.00%      37 68379 6093264
                                    tary
                                    Willow Elemen-       69.90%      37 68379 6040430
                                    tary
                      Santee Ele-   Santee Commu-        87.50%      37 68361 6120190
                        mentary     nity Day
                   South Bay Un-    Bayside Elemen-     100.00%      37 68395 6040463
                     ion Elemen-    tary
                             tary
                                    Berry Elementary    100.00%      37 68395 6067029
                                    Central Elemen-     100.00%      37 68395 6040471
                                    tary
                                    Emory Elemen-       100.00%      37 68395 6040489
                                    tary
                                    Howard Pence        100.00%
                                    Elementary                       37 68395 6094973
                                    Imperial Beach      100.00%
                                    Elementary                       37 68395 6040505
                                    Nestor Elemen-      100.00%
                                    tary                             37 68395 6040513
                                    Nicoloff Elemen-    100.00%      37 68395 6098487
                                    tary
                                    Oneonta Elemen-     100.00%
                                    tary                             37 68395 6040521
                                    Sunnyslope Ele-     100.00%      37 68395 6040539
                                    mentary
                                    Teofilo Mendoza     100.00%
                                    School                           37 68395 6116008
                                    West View Ele-      100.00%
                                    mentary                          37 68395 6040547
                     Sweetwater     Castle Park Mid-     62.20%      37 68411 6059752
                     Union High     dle
                                    Castle Park Sen-     50.00%
                                    ior High                         37 68411 3730801
                                    Chula Vista Mid-     61.00%      37 68411 6059760
                                    dle
                                    Chula Vista Sen-     54.80%      37 68411 3731064
                                    ior High
                                    Granger Junior       69.50%      37 68411 6059778
                                    High
                                    MAAC Communi-        71.90%      37 68411 3731304
                                    ty Charter
                                    Mar Vista Middle     64.00%      37 68411 6059786
                                    Mar Vista Senior     51.00%      37 68411 3733953
                                    High




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    Counties   District Name         Schools         Percentages             CDS
                                 Montgomery            65.50%      37 68411 6070890
                                 Middle
                                 National City         86.60%      37 68411 6059794
                                 Middle
                                 San Ysidro High       64.50%      37 68411 3731502
                                 Southwest Middle      79.80%      37 68411 6062012
                                 Southwest Senior      65.20%
                                 High                              37 68411 3730124
                                 Sweetwater            61.50%
                                 Community Day                     37 68411 6117154
                                 Sweetwater High       68.20%      37 68411 3738226
                Vallecitos El-   Vallecitos Ele-       63.80%
                    ementary     mentary                           37 68437 6040562
               Valley Center -   Pauma Elemen-         79.70%      37 75614 6038962
               Pauma Unified     tary
               Vista Unified     Alta Vista High       77.20%
                                 (Continuation)                    37 68452 3732039
                                 Beaumont Ele-         75.20%      37 68452 6040588
                                 mentary
                                 Bobier Elemen-        59.30%      37 68452 6040596
                                 tary
                                 Crestview Ele-        58.70%      37 68452 6040612
                                 mentary
                                 Foothill Oak Ele-     53.70%
                                 mentary                           37 68452 0105882
                                 Grapevine Ele-        52.10%      37 68452 6040620
                                 mentary
                                 Lincoln Middle        67.10%      37 68452 6059802
                                 Olive Elementary      54.80%      37 68452 6040646
                                 Vista Academy of      51.70%
                                 Visual and Per-
                                 forming Arts
                                 Vista Focus           79.30%      37 68452 3731288
                                 Academy
                                 Washington Mid-       71.40%      37 68452 6059810
                                 dle
               Warner Uni-       Warner Elemen-        58.80%
               fied              tary                              37 75416 6040661
San Joaquin    San Joaquin       San Joaquin           71.47%      39 10397 3931468
               Office of Edu-    County Commu-
               cation            nity
San Joaquin    Escalon Unified   Collegeville Ele-     70.76%      39 68502 6041784
Contd.                           mentary
               Escalon Unified   Farmington Ele-       65.85%      39 68502 6041800
                                 mentary
               Escalon Unified   Van Allen Ele-        64.74%      39 68502 6041834
                                 mentary




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Counties    District Name         Schools        Percentages             CDS
           Holt Union El-    Holt Elementary       90.40%      39 68536 6041867
           ementary
           Lincoln Unified   John R Williams       60.62%      39 68569 6041909
           Lincoln Unified   Lincoln Elemen-       65.42%      39 68569 6041917
                             tary
           Lincoln Unified   Tully C. Knoles       61.78%      39 68569 6041933
           Lincoln Unified   Village Oaks El-      78.49%      39 68569 6041941
                             ementary
           Linden Unified    Glenwood Ele-         54.48%      39 68577 6041966
                             mentary
           Linden Unified    Linden Elemen-        57.60%      39 68577 6041974
                             tary
           Linden Unified    Linden Unified       100.00%      39 68577 3930351
                             Community Day
           Lodi Unified      Ansel Adams           55.20%      39 68585 0102632
           Lodi Unified      Beckman Ele-          68.17%      39 68585 6108856
                             mentary
           Lodi Unified      Christa Mcauliffe     51.34%      39 68585 0102657
                             Middle
           Lodi Unified      Clairmont Ele-        82.87%      39 68585 6104426
                             mentary
           Lodi Unified      Clyde W. Need-        94.09%      39 68585 6042204
                             ham Elementary
           Lodi Unified      Creekside Ele-        67.17%      39 68585 6104038
                             mentary
           Lodi Unified      Davis Community       62.50%      39 68585 6116982
                             Day
           Lodi Unified      Davis Elementary      66.10%      39 68585 6042055
           Lodi Unified      Delta Sierra Mid-     64.33%      39 68585 6107114
                             dle
           Lodi Unified      George Washing-       73.85%      39 68585 6042097
                             ton Middle
           Lodi Unified      Henderson             61.90%      39 68585 3930377
                             Community Day
           Lodi Unified      Heritage Elemen-      93.22%      39 68585 6097760
                             tary
           Lodi Unified      Houston               50.70%      39 68585 6042121
           Lodi Unified      Joe Serna, Jr.        64.14%      39 68585 6117675
                             Charter
           Lodi Unified      Lakewood Com-         50.00%      39 68585 6116974
                             munity Day
           Lodi Unified      Lawerence Ele-        87.17%      39 68585 6042147
                             mentary
           Lodi Unified      Leroy Nichols         55.12%      39 68585 6042154
                             Elementary
           Lodi Unified      Liberty High          55.37%      39 68585 3934767




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    Counties    District Name        Schools        Percentages             CDS
               Lodi Unified     Live Oak Ele-         78.05%      39 68585 6042170
                                mentary
               Lodi Unified     Lodi Middle           60.63%      39 68585 6042220
               Lodi Unified     Lois E. Borchardt     52.80%      39 68585 0100560
                                Elementary
               Lodi Unified     Millswood Middle      53.34%      39 68585 0102640
               Lodi Unified     Morada Middle         71.35%      39 68585 6042196
               Lodi Unified     Oakwood Ele-          71.84%      39 68585 6100341
                                mentary
               Lodi Unified     Parklane Ele-         81.73%      39 68585 6100366
                                mentary
San Joaquin    Lodi Unified     Plaza Robles          71.04%      39 68585 3930278
Contd.                          Continuation High
               Lodi Unified     Ronald E. Mcnair      68.66%      39 68585 0108225
                                High
               Lodi Unified     Sutherland Ele-       79.49%      39 68585 6110944
                                mentary
               Lodi Unified     Sutherland            80.00%      39 68585 0101428
                                Learning Oppor-
                                tunity
               Lodi Unified     Tokay Colony          56.69%      39 68585 6042246
                                Elementary
               Lodi Unified     Turner Elemen-        82.14%      39 68585 6042253
                                tary
               Lodi Unified     Wagner-Holt El-       72.04%      39 68585 6108807
                                ementary
               Lodi Unified     Westwood Ele-         83.43%      39 68585 6109839
                                mentary
               Manteca Uni-     French Camp           78.34%      39 68593 6042311
               fied             Elementary
               Manteca Uni-     Golden West El-       55.93%      39 68593 6042329
               fied             ementary
               Manteca Uni-     Lathrop Elemen-       68.16%      39 68593 6042337
               fied             tary
               Manteca Uni-     Lincoln Elemen-       64.15%      39 68593 6042345
               fied             tary
               Manteca Uni-     Manteca Com-          68.89%      39 68593 0328
               fied             munity Day 7-12
               Manteca Uni-     Manteca Com-         100.00%      39 68593 6114847
               fied             munity Day K-6
               Manteca Uni-     Sequoia Elemen-       69.25%      39 68593 6042386
               fied             tary
               Manteca Uni-     Shasta Elemen-        51.88%      39 68593 6042394
               fied             tary
               New Hope El-     New Hope Ele-         85.02%      39 68619 6042428
               ementary         mentary




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    Counties   District Name        Schools       Percentages             CDS
               Ripon Unified   Ripon Community      66.67%      39 68650 3930419
                               Day
               Stockton City   Adams Elemen-        86.05%      39 68676 6042501
               Unified         tary
               Stockton City   Aspire Stockton      81.25%      39 68676 0108647
               Unified         Elementary
               Stockton City   August Elemen-       82.04%      39 68676 6042519
               Unified         tary
               Stockton City   Cesar Chavez         61.52%      39 68676 0108159
               Unified         High
               Stockton City   Cleveland Ele-       84.89%      39 68676 6042535
               Unified         mentary
               Stockton City   Dolores Huerta       85.71%      39 68676 6118871
               Unified         Elementary
               Stockton City   Edison High          60.03%      39 68676 3932100
               Unified
               Stockton City   El Dorado Ele-      100.00%      39 68676 6042543
               Unified         mentary
               Stockton City   Elmwood Ele-         83.09%      39 68676 6042550
               Unified         mentary
               Stockton City   Fillmore Elemen-     91.14%      39 68676 6042576
               Unified         tary
               Stockton City   Franklin Senior      56.11%      39 68676 3932654
               Unified         High
San Joaquin    Stockton City   Fremont Middle       73.97%      39 68676 6059927
Contd.         Unified
               Stockton City   Garfield Elemen-     85.77%      39 68676 6042584
               Unified         tary
               Stockton City   George W. Bush       70.18%      39 68676 0100206
               Unified         Elementary
               Stockton City   George Washing-      70.30%      39 68676 6104665
               Unified         ton Elementary
               Stockton City   Golden Valley        90.91%      39 68676 6116032
               Unified         Elementary
                               Community Day
               Stockton City   Golden Valley        61.83%      39 68676 3930369
               Unified         Secondary
                               Community Day
               Stockton City   Grant Elementary     91.63%      39 68676 6042592
               Unified
               Stockton City   Grunsky Elemen-      96.05%      39 68676 6042600
               Unified         tary
               Stockton City   Hamilton Middle      70.20%      39 68676 6065874
               Unified




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     Counties        District Name        Schools         Percentages             CDS
                     Stockton City   Hazelton Elemen-       78.51%      39 68676 6042626
                     Unified         tary
                     Stockton City   Hoover Elemen-         81.43%      39 68676 6042634
                     Unified         tary
                     Stockton City   James L. Urbani        91.00%      39 68676 3830460
                     Unified         Lang Develop-
                                     ment
                     Stockton City   Kennedy Elemen-        81.08%      39 68676 6042667
                     Unified         tary
                     Stockton City   King Elementary        86.14%      39 68676 6042568
                     Unified
                     Stockton City   Madison Elemen-        73.59%      39 68676 6042683
                     Unified         tary
                     Stockton City   Marshall Middle        66.21%      39 68676 6059935
                     Unified
                     Stockton City   McKinley Ele-          91.06%      39 68676 6042691
                     Unified         mentary
                     Stockton City   Monroe Elemen-         83.83%      39 68676 6042709
                     Unified         tary
                     Stockton City   Montezuma Ele-         91.46%      39 68676 6042717
                     Unified         mentary
                     Stockton City   Nightingale Ele-       89.12%      39 68676 6042725
                     Unified         mentary
                     Stockton City   Pulliam Elemen-        91.48%      39 68676 6042741
                     Unified         tary
                     Stockton City   Richard Valen-         56.12%      39 68676 6097794
                     Unified         zuela Spanish
                                     Immersion Mag-
                                     net
                     Stockton City   Rio Calaveras          64.10%      39 68676 6115422
                     Unified         Elementary
San Joaquin Contd.   Stockton City   Roosevelt Ele-         86.50%      39 68676 6042758
                     Unified         mentary
                     Stockton City   San Joaquin El-        71.09%      39 68676 6116115
                     Unified         ementary
                     Stockton City   Stagg Senior           51.30%      39 68676 3937406
                     Unified         High
                     Stockton City   Taylor Skills Ele-     62.30%      39 68676 6042774
                     Unified         mentary
                     Stockton City   Tyler Skills Ele-      78.41%      39 68676 6042782
                     Unified         mentary
                     Stockton City   Van Buren Ele-         87.90%      39 68676 6042790
                     Unified         mentary
                     Stockton City   Victory Elemen-        79.29%      39 68676 6042808
                     Unified         tary




                                                114
     Counties       District Name         Schools          Percentages             CDS
                    Stockton City      Webster Middle        67.99%      39 68676 6062087
                    Unified
                    Stockton City      William Harrison      93.21%      39 68676 6042618
                    Unified            Elementary
                    Stockton City      William Howard        78.79%      39 68676 6042766
                    Unified            Taft Elementary
                    Stockton City      Woodrow Wilson        82.40%      39 68676 6042824
                    Unified            Elementary
                    Tracy Joint Uni-   Central Elemen-       69.31%      39 75499 6042832
                    fied               tary
                    Tracy Joint Uni-   Delta Island Ele-     89.02%      39 75499 6085005
                    fied               mentary
                    Tracy Joint Uni-   North Elementary      53.45%      39 75499 6042865
                    fied
                    Tracy Joint Uni-   South/West Park       68.19%      39 75499 6042881
                    fied               Elementary
San Luis            Atascadero         Carrisa Plains        67.30%      40 68700 6042907
Obispo/Santa Bar-   Unified School     Elementary
bara                District
                    Coast Unified      Leffingwell High      61.50%      40 75465 4030144
                    School Dis-
                    trict
                    Coast Unified      Cambria Gram-         59.10%      40 75465 6042972
                    School Dis-        mar School
                    trict
                    Cuyama Joint       Cuyama Elemen-        83.50%      42 75010 6045389
                    USD                tary
                    Cuyama Joint       Cuyama Valley         72.60%      42 75010 4231205
                    USD                High
                    Guadalupe          Mary Buren Ele-      100.00%      42 69203 6045512
                    Union School       mentary
                    District
                    Guadalupe          Kermit McKenzie      100.00%      42 69203 6045520
                    Union School       Junior High
                    District
                    Lucia Mar Uni-     Grover Beach          65.90%      40 68759 6043038
                    fied School        Elementary
                    District
                    Lucia Mar Uni-     Nipomo Elemen-        55.70%      40 68759 6043061
                    fied School        tary
                    District
                    Lucia Mar Uni-     North Ocean El-       56.40%      40 68759 6043079
                    fied School        ementary
                    District
                    Lucia Mar Uni-     Dana Elementary       51.30%      40 68759 6043129
                    fied School
                    District




                                              115
Counties    District Name       Schools          Percentages             CDS
           Lucia Mar Uni-   Dorothea Lange         50.00%      40 68759 0110486
           fied School      Elementary
           District
           Lucia Mar Uni-   Oceano Elemen-         82.10%      40 68759 6043095
           fied School      tary
           District
           Paso Robles      Bauer/Speck El-        59.30%      40 75457 6043145
           Joint Unified    ementary
           School Dis-
           trict
           Paso Robles      Liberty High           51.10%
           Joint Unified
           School Dis-
           trict
           Paso Robles      Winifre Pifer El-      52.30%      40 75457 6043160
           Joint Unified    ementary
           School Dis-
           trict
           Paso Robles      Virginia Peterson      51.50%      40 75457 6108377
           Joint Unified    Elementary
           School Dis-
           trict
           Paso Robles      Georgia Brown          59.40%      40 75457 6043137
           Joint Unified    Elementary
           School Dis-
           trict
           Paso Robles      Phillips-Freedom      100.00%      40 75457 4030169
           Joint Unified    Community Day
           School Dis-
           trict
           San Luis         Hawthorne Ele-         57.00%      40 68809 6043236
           Obispo Coun-     mentary
           ty
           San Luis         Grizzly Challenge      53.20%      40 10405 0101725
           Obispo Coun-     Charter School
           ty Office of
           Education
           San Luis         SLO County             75.20%      40 10405 4030250
           Obispo Coun-     Community
           ty Office of     Schools
           Education
           San Luis         SLO County            100.00%      40 10405 4030078
           Obispo Coun-     Court School
           ty Office of
           Education
           San Miguel       Lillian Larsen El-     69.40%      40 68825 6043319
           Joint Union      ementary
           Santa Barbara    Santa Barbara          63.10%      42 10421 4230207
           County Office    County Commu-
           of Education     nity Schools




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     Counties      District Name        Schools        Percentages             CDS
                   Santa Maria-    Alvin Elementary      86.80%      42 69120 6045967
                   Bonita School
                   District
                   Santa Maria-    Arellances Junior     88.70%      42 69120 6119820
                   Bonita School   High
                   District
                   Santa Maria-    Bonita Elemen-        87.30%      42 69120 6045272
                   Bonita School   tary
                   District
San Luis Obispo/   Santa Maria-    Calvin C. Oakley      88.20%      42 69120 6046049
Santa Barbara      Bonita School   Elementary
Contd.             District
                   Santa Maria-    David J. Sanchez      87.10%      42 69120 0102848
                   Bonita School   Sr. Elementary
                   District
                   Santa Maria-    Don Juan Bau-         81.90%      42 69120 6045975
                   Bonita School   tista Arellanes
                   District        Elementary
                   Santa Maria-    El Camino Junior      85.50%      42 69120 6045991
                   Bonita School   High
                   District
                   Santa Maria-    Fairlawn Elemen-      96.20%      42 69420 6046007
                   Bonita School   tary
                   District
                   Santa Maria-    George Washing-       81.00%      42 69120 6107007
                   Bonita School   ton Battles Ele-
                   District        mentary
                   Santa Maria-    Ida Redmond           57.60%      42 69120 6119812
                   Bonita School   Taylor Elemen-
                   District        tary
                   Santa Maria-    Isaac Fesler Jun-     73.50%      42 69120 6046015
                   Bonita School   ior High
                   District
                   Santa Maria-    Isaac Miller Ele-     73.20%      42 69120 6046031
                   Bonita School   mentary
                   District
                   Santa Maria-    Juan Pacifico         81.40%      42 69120 6109268
                   Bonita School   Ontiveros Ele-
                   District        mentary
                   Santa Maria-    Liberty Elemen-       69.70%      42 69120 0102863
                   Bonita School   tary
                   District
                   Santa Maria-    Robert Bruce          85.20%      42 69120 6046064
                   Bonita School   Elementary
                   District




                                           117
    Counties    District Name        Schools           Percentages             CDS
                Santa Maria-     Tommie Kunst            59.50%      42 69120 0102855
                Bonita School    Junior High
                District
                Santa Maria-     William Laird Ad-       82.60%      42 69120 6045959
                Bonita School    am Elementary
                District
                Santa Maria-     William Rice El-        66.20%      42 69120 6046056
                Bonita School    ementary
                District
                Shandon Joint    Shandon Ele-            73.70%      40 68833 6043343
                USD              mentary
                Shandon Joint    Shandon Com-           100.00%      40 68833 4030227
                USD              munity High
                                 School
                Shandon Joint    Shandon                 60.80%      40 68833 4037008
                USD              High/Middle
                                 School
San Mateo/San   San Francisco    Bessie Carmi-           56.56%      38-68478-6040752
Francisco       Unified School   chael Elementary
                District
                                 Bret Harte Ele-         66.79%      38-68478-6040760
                                 mentary
                                 Brown , Jr. (Willie     73.49%      38-68478-6041032
                                 L.) College Pre-
                                 paratory
                                 Bryant Elemen-          75.45%      38-68478-6040778
                                 tary
                                 Cesar Chavez            74.74%      38-68478-6041149
                                 Elementary
                                 Chinese Educa-          99.10%      38-68478-6104673
                                 tion Center
                                 Cleveland Ele-          69.64%      38-68478-6040836
                                 mentary
                                 Daniel Webster          86.45%      38-68478-6040893
                                 Elementary
                                 Edward R. Taylor        79.38%      38-68478-6040943
                                 Elementary
                                 El Dorado Ele-          69.49%      38-68478-6040950
                                 mentary
                                 Fairmount Ele-          60.94%      38-68478-6040984
                                 mentary
                                 Francis Scott Key       68.54%      38-68478-60410008
                                 Elementary
                                 Frank McCoppin          73.90%      38-68478-6041016
                                 Elementary
                                 Garfield Elemen-        77.31%      38-68478-6041040
                                 tary
                                 George Moscone          57.95%      38-68478-6041065
                                 Elementary




                                              118
    Counties       District Name       Schools         Percentages            CDS
                                   George Peabody        86.42%      38-68478-6093496
                                   Elementary
                                   George Washing-       68.57%      38-68478-6093496
                                   ton Carver Ele-
                                   mentary
                                   Glen Park Ele-        71.13%      38-68478-6041073
                                   mentary
                                   Gordon J. Lau         89.24%      38-68478-6040877
                                   Elementary
                                   Guadalupe Ele-        77.83%      38-68478-6041123
                                   mentary
                                   Harvey Milk Civil     55.86%      38-68478-6040919
                                   Rights Elemen-
                                   tary
                                   Hillcrest Elemen-     69.38%      38-68478-6041156
                                   tary
                                   Jean Parker El-       90.06%      38-68478-6041206
                                   ementary
                                   John Muir Ele-        74.78%      38-68478-6041255
                                   mentary
                                   John Yehall Chin      82.87%      38-68478-6113252
                                   Elementary
                                   Jose Ortega El-       72.03%      38-68478-6041271
                                   ementary
                                   Junipero Serra        85.77%      38-68478-6041289
                                   Elementary
                                   Kipp Bayview          78.43%      38-68478-0101337
                                   Academy
                                   Kipp San Fran-        74.86%      38-68478-0101352
                                   cisco Bay Acad-
                                   emy
San Mateo/San                      Leonard R. Flynn      78.99%      38-68478-6041347
Francisco Contd.                   Elementary
                                   Longfellow Ele-       61.52%      38-68478-6041362
                                   mentary
                                   Malcolm X Acad-       67.07%      38-68478-6041586
                                   emy
                                   Marshall Elemen-      85.09%      38-68478-6041412
                                   tary
                                   McKinley Ele-         59.34%      38-68478-6041420
                                   mentary
                                   Mission Educa-        93.45%      38-68478-6089585
                                   tion Center
                                   Monroe Elemen-        70.97%      38-68478-6041446
                                   tary
                                   Paul Revere El-       68.13%      38-68478-6041487
                                   ementary
                                   Redding Elemen-       83.43%      38-68478-6041511
                                   tary




                                            119
Counties   District Name        Schools        Percentages            CDS
                           Robert Louis Ste-     50.88%      38-68478-6041529
                           venson Elemen-
                           tary
                           Rosa Parks Ele-       54.80%      38-68478-6041503
                           mentary
                           San Francisco         55.04%      38-68478-6093488
                           Community Alter-
                           native
                           Sanchez Elemen-       70.88%      38-68478-6041545
                           tary
                           Sheridan Ele-         75.47%      38-68478-6041560
                           mentary
                           Sherman Ele-          61.06%      38-68478-6041578
                           mentary
                           Spring Valley El-     80.17%      38-68478-6041594
                           ementary
                           Starr King Ele-       72.15%      38-68478-6041602
                           mentary
                           Sunnyside Ele-        51.71%      38 68478 6041610
                           mentary
                           Sunset Elemen-        52.43%      38-68478-6113997
                           tary
                           Sutro Elementary      70.98%      38-68478-6041644
                           Tenderloin            73.12%      38-68778-6115901
                           Community
                           Ulloa Elementary      57.59%      38-68478-6041685
                           Visitacion Valley     86.97%      38 68478 6041701
                           Elementary
                           William L. Cobb       70.87%      38-68478-6040968
                           Elementary
                           Yick Wo Elemen-       60.94%      38-68478-6041131
                           tary
           Bayshore El-    Bayshore Ele-         75.92%      41-68858-6043392
           ementary Dis-   mentary
           trict
           Jefferson El-   Garden Village        55.26%      41-68916-6043806
           ementary Dis-   Elementary
           trict
                           George Washing-       59.14%      41-68916-6043822
                           ton Elementary
                           John F. Kennedy       59.41%      41-38916-6043848
                           Elementary
                           Susan B. Anthony      64.92%      41-68916-6115364
                           Elementary
                           Woodrow Wilson        60.55%      41-68916-6043913
                           Elementary




                                       120
    Counties        District Name       Schools         Percentages            CDS
                   La Honda-        Pescadero Ele-        72.81%      41-68940-6044085
                   Pesadero Uni-    mentary
                   fied
San Mateo/San      Ravenswood       Belle Haven Ele-      84.53%      41-68999-6044309
Francisco Contd.   City Elemen-     mentary
                   tary
                                    Cesar Chavez          91.73%      41-68999-6044366
                                    Academy
                                    Costano Elemen-       86.54%      41-68999-6044325
                                    tary
                                    East Palo Alto        86.27%      41-68999-6114953
                                    Charter
                                    Edison-               81.92%      41-68999-6044317
                                    Brentwood Acad-
                                    emy
                                    Edison-Mcnair         80.91%      41-68999-6044333
                                    Academy
                                    Green Oaks            90.86%      41-68999-6044341
                                    James Flood El-       70.71%      41-68999-6044358
                                    ementary
                                    The Phoenix           59.65%      41-68999-6116826
                                    Academy/A
                                    Learning
                                    Willow Oaks El-       83.50%      41-68999-6044416
                                    ementary
                   Redwood City     Fair Oaks Ele-        89.82%      41-69005-6044457
                   Elementary       mentary
                                    Garfield Charter      89.50%      41-69005-6044473
                                    Hawes Elemen-         76.44%      41-69005-6044481
                                    tary
                                    Hoover Elemen-        85.14%      41-69005-6044507
                                    tary
                                    John Gill Elemen-     51.88%      41-690005-6044523
                                    tary
                                    Roosevelt Ele-        68.13%      41-690005-6044572
                                    mentary
                                    Taft Elementary       68.24%      41-69005-6044598
                   San Bruno        Belle Air Elemen-     57.42%      41-69013-6044614
                   Park Elemen-     tary
                   tary
                   San Mateo-       Horrall Elemen-       68.72%      41-69039-6044804
                   Foster City      tary
                   Elementary
                   District
                                    College Park El-      83.15%      41-69039-6044952
                                    ementary




                                             121
    Counties         District Name         Schools        Percentages            CDS
                                      Fiesta Gardens        53.18%      41-69039-6044887
                                      International El-
                                      ementary
                                      George Hall Ele-      54.73%      41-69039-6044903
                                      mentary
                                      North Shoreview       51.08%      41-69039-6044978
                                      Elementary
                                      Sunnybrae Ele-        51.43%      41-69039-6045017
                                      mentary
                     South San        Los Cerritos El-      63.56%      41-69070-6045082
                     Francisco Uni-   ementary
                     fied
                                      Martin Elemen-        74.62%      41-69070-6045090
                                      tary
                                      Spruce Elemen-        68.86%      41-69070-6045140
                                      tary
Santa Clara          Alum Rock        Arbuckle Elemen-     100.00%      43 69369 6046130
                     Union Elemen-    tary
                     tary
Santa Clara Contd.   Alum Rock        Cassell Elemen-      100.00%      43 69369 6046312
                     Union Elemen-    tary
                     tary
                     Alum Rock        Chavez Elemen-       100.00%      43 69369 6046239
                     Union Elemen-    tary
                     tary
                     Alum Rock        Cureton Elemen-      100.00%      43 69369 6046189
                     Union Elemen-    tary
                     tary
                     Alum Rock        Dorsa Elemen-        100.00%      43 69369 6046114
                     Union Elemen-    tary
                     tary
                     Alum Rock        Fischer Middle       100.00%      43 69369 6046148
                     Union Elemen-
                     tary
                     Alum Rock        George Middle        100.00%      43 69369 6068910
                     Union Elemen-
                     tary
                     Alum Rock        Goss Elementary      100.00%      43 69369 6046247
                     Union Elemen-
                     tary
                     Alum Rock        Hubbard Elemen-      100.00%      43 69369 6046270
                     Union Elemen-    tary
                     tary
                     Alum Rock        Linda Vista Ele-     100.00%      43 69369 6046213
                     Union Elemen-    mentary
                     tary
                     Alum Rock        Lyndale Elemen-      100.00%      43 69369 6046221
                     Union Elemen-    tary
                     tary




                                                   122
    Counties          District Name       Schools       Percentages             CDS
                     Alum Rock        Mathson Middle      100.00%     43 69369 6046197
                     Union Elemen-
                     tary
                     Alum Rock        McCollam Ele-      100.00%      43 69369 6046254
                     Union Elemen-    mentary
                     tary
                     Alum Rock        Meyer Elemen-      100.00%      43 69369 6046155
                     Union Elemen-    tary
                     tary
                     Alum Rock        Ocala Middle       100.00%      43 69369 6089270
                     Union Elemen-
                     tary
                     Alum Rock        Painter Elemen-    100.00%      43 69369 6046122
                     Union Elemen-    tary
                     tary
                     Alum Rock        Pala Middle        100.00%      43 69369 6046288
                     Union Elemen-
                     tary
                     Alum Rock        Rogers Elemen-     100.00%      43 69369 6046346
                     Union Elemen-    tary
                     tary
                     Alum Rock        Ryan Elementary    100.00%      43 69369 6046320
                     Union Elemen-
                     tary
                     Alum Rock        San Antonio El-    100.00%      43 69369 6046304
                     Union Elemen-    ementary
                     tary
                     Alum Rock        Sheppard           100.00%      43 69369 6046338
                     Union Elemen-
                     tary
                     Alum Rock        Shields Elemen-    100.00%      43 69369 6046205
                     Union Elemen-    tary
                     tary
                     Alum Rock        Slonaker Ele-      100.00%      43 69369 6046171
                     Union Elemen-    mentary
                     tary
                     Campbell Un-     Blackford Ele-      57.70%      43 69393 6046510
                     ion Elemen-      mentary
                     tary
                     Campbell Un-     Rosemary Ele-       74.00%      43 69393 6046676
                     ion Elemen-      mentary
                     tary
                     Campbell Un-     Sherman Oaks        69.60%      43 69393 6046692
                     ion Elemen-      Elementary
                     tary
Santa Clara Contd.   Evergreen El-    K.R. Smith Ele-     60.80%      43 69435 6047153
                     ementary         mentary
                     Evergreen El-    O.B. Whaley El-     64.90%      43 69435 6047161
                     ementary         ementary
                     Luther Bur-      Burbank Elemen-     87.90%      43 69542 6047575
                     bank             tary




                                               123
Counties    District Name       Schools        Percentages             CDS
           Moreland El-     Anderson (Leroy)     77.10%      43 69575 6047831
           ementary         Elementary
           Mountain         Castro (Mariano)     96.40%      43 69591 6048003
           View-            Elementary
           Whisman El-
           em.
           Mountain         Theuerkauf Ele-      57.00%      43 69591 6049514
           View-            mentary
           Whisman El-
           em.
           Mt. Pleasant     Mt. Pleasant El-     71.60%      43 69617 6048060
           Elementary       ementary
           Mt. Pleasant     Sanders Elemen-      63.30%      43 69617 6048078
           Elementary       tary (MPED)
           Oak Grove        Miner Elementary     67.40%      43 69625 6048136
           Elem.
           Oak Grove        Christopher Ele-     81.20%      43 69625 6048102
           Elem.            mentary
           Oak Grove        Edenvale Ele-        85.00%      43 69625 6048128
           Elem.            mentary
           Oak Grove        Stipe Elementary     74.20%      43 69625 6048177
           Elem.
           Oak Grove        Del Roble Ele-       51.40%      43 69625 6072151
           Elem.            mentary
           San Jose Uni-    Ann Darling Ele-     81.60%      43 69666 6048433
           fied             mentary
           San Jose Uni-    Almaden Ele-         71.60%      43 69666 6048425
           fied             mentary (SJUD)
           San Jose Uni-    Bachrodt Ele-        71.40%      43 69666 6048730
           fied             mentary (SJUD)
           San Jose Uni-    Galarza Elemen-      69.50%      43 69666 6119010
           fied             tary (SJUD)
           San Jose Uni-    Gardner Elemen-      80.10%      43 69666 6048532
           fied             tary
           San Jose Uni-    Grant Elementary     77.50%      43 69666 6048540
           fied             (SJUD)
           San Jose Uni-    Horace Mann          72.10%      43 69666 6048599
           fied             Elementary
           San Jose Uni-    Lowell Elemen-       79.70%      43 69666 6048649
           fied             tary
           San Jose Uni-    Olinder Elemen-      75.40%      43 69666 6048698
           fied             tary (SJUD)
           San Jose Uni-    Washington Ele-      84.10%      43 69666 6048748
           fied             mentary




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    Counties   District Name        Schools        Percentages             CDS
               Santa Clara     Bowers Elemen-        64.40%      43 69674 6048797
               Unified         tary
               Santa Clara     Bracher Elemen-       72.10%      43 69674 6048805
               Unified         tary
               Santa Clara     Briarwood Ele-        69.00%      43 69674 6048821
               Unified         mentary
               Santa Clara     Mayne (George)        83.10%      43 69674 6048870
               Unified         Elementary
               Santa Clara     Montague Ele-         66.60%      43 69674 6048938
               Unified         mentary
Shasta         Santa Clara     Scott Lane Ele-       82.40%      43 69674 6049019
               Unified         mentary
               Anderson Un-    Anderson Com-         66.70%      45 69856 4530192
               ion High        munity Day
               Anderson Un-    North Valley High     53.70%      45 69856 4530762
               ion High        (Cont.)
               Bella Vista     Bella Vista Ele-      56.70%      45 69872 6050074
               Elementary      mentary
               Bella Vista     Bella Vista Pre-      56.70%      45 69872 6050074
               Elementary      school
               Black Butte     Black Butte Jr.       54.40%      45 69880 6113260
               Union Elemen-   High
               tary
               Black Butte     Black Butte Ele-      54.00%      45 69880 6050082
               Union Elemen-   mentary
               tary
               Cascade Un-     Anderson Heights      83.30%      45 69914 6050132
               ion Elemen-     Elementary
               tary
               Cascade Un-     Anderson Heights      83.30%      45 69914 6050132
               ion Elemen-     Preschool
               tary
               Cascade Un-     Anderson Middle       69.50%      45 69914 6050124
               ion Elemen-
               tary
               Cascade Un-     Cascade Com-         100.00%      45 69914 6114144
               ion Elemen-     munity Day
               tary
               Cascade Un-     Meadow Lane           67.30%      45 69914 6050140
               ion Elemen-     Elementary
               tary
               Cascade Un-     Meadow Lane           67.30%      45 69914 6050140
               ion Elemen-     Preschool
               tary
               Cascade Un-     Verde Vale Ele-       86.80%      45 69914 6050157
               ion Elemen-     mentary
               tary




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    Counties     District Name        Schools         Percentages             CDS
                Cascade Un-       Verde Vale Pre-       86.80%      45 69914 6050157
                ion Elemen-       school
                tary
                Castle Rock       Castle Rock El-       76.60%      45 69922 6050165
                Union Elemen-     ementary
                tary
                Castle Rock       Castle Rock Pre-      76.60%      45 69922 6050165
                Union Elemen-     school
                tary
                Columbia El-      Columbia East         57.10%      45 69948 0101113
                ementary          Valley K-6
                                  Comm. Day
                Enterprise El-    Alta Mesa             79.70%      45 69971 6050215
                ementary
                Enterprise El-    June Street          100.00%      45 69971 6114334
                ementary          Community Day
                Enterprise El-    Lassen View El-       66.40%      45 69971 6050223
                ementary          ementary
                Enterprise El-    Mistletoe Ele-        52.60%      45 69971 6050231
                ementary          mentary
                Enterprise El-    Rother Elemen-        76.90%      45 69971 6050256
                ementary          tary
Shasta Contd.   Enterprise El-    Shasta Meadows        75.20%      45 69971 6050264
                ementary          Elementary
                Enterprise El-    Parsons Jr. High      54.90%      45 69971 6050249
                ementary
                Fall River Uni-   Burney Commu-         77.78%      45 69989 4530242
                fied              nity Day
                Fall River Uni-   East Burney El-       54.50%      45 69989 6050272
                fied              ementary
                Fall River Uni-   Fall River Ele-       55.70%      45 69989 6050280
                fied              mentary
                Fall River Uni-   Soldier Mountain      71.40%      45 69989 4530226
                fied              Continuation High
                Fall River Uni-   Fall River Com-       71.40%      45 69989 4530234
                fied              munity Day
                Fall River Uni-   Mountain View         64.71%      45 69989 4530010
                fied              High Continuation
                French Gulch-     French Gulch-         81.50%      45 69997 6050322
                Whiskeytown       Whiskeytown
                Elementary        Elem.
                Gateway Uni-      Buckeye Elemen-       65.90%      45 75267 6050090
                fied              tary
                Gateway Uni-      Buckeye Pre-          65.90%      45 75267 6050090
                fied              school




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    Counties     District Name        Schools        Percentages             CDS
                Gateway Uni-      Buckeye Middle       67.50%      45 75267 6050108
                fied
                Gateway Uni-      Canyon Elemen-       66.70%      45 75267 6050116
                fied              tary
                Gateway Uni-      Shasta Lake          64.70%      45 75267 0110221
                fied              School
                Gateway Uni-      Grand Oaks El-       72.80%      45 75267 6050579
                fied              ementary
                Gateway Uni-      Mountain Lakes       54.10%      45 75267 4530077
                fied              High (Cont.)
                Happy Valley      Happy Valley         65.50%      45 70011 6097703
                Union Elemen-     Primary
                tary
                Happy Valley      Happy Valley El-     59.90%      45 70011 6050348
                Union Elemen-     ementary
                tary
                Igo, Ono, Plat-   Igo-Ono Elemen-      61.50%      45 70029 6050355
                ina Union El-     tary
                ementary
                Igo, Ono, Plat-   Platina Elemen-      50.00%      45 70029 6050371
                ina Union El-     tary
                ementary
                Indian Springs    Indian Springs       89.50%      45 70037 6050389
                Elementary        Elementary
                Mountain Un-      Cedar Creek El-      71.40%      45 73700 6050173
                ion Elemen-       ementary
                tary
                Mountain Un-      Montgomery           79.60%      45 73700 6050413
                ion Elemen-       Creek Elemen-
                tary              tary
                Oak Run Ele-      Oak Run Ele-         69.40%      45 70086 6050439
                mentary           mentary
                Redding Ele-      Cypress Elemen-      90.80%      45 70110 6050470
                mentary           tary
Shasta Contd.   Redding Ele-      Juniper Academy      86.30%      45 70110 6050488
                mentary
                Redding Ele-      Juniper Pre-         86.30%      45 70110 6050488
                mentary           school
                Redding Ele-      Bonny View           54.66%      45 70110 6050462
                mentary
                Redding Ele-      Redding Com-         83.30%      45 70110 6117147
                mentary           munity Day
                Redding Ele-      Sycamore Ele-        78.20%      45 70110 6050538
                mentary           mentary
                Redding Ele-      Sequoia Middle       53.80%      45 70110 6050520
                mentary           School




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    Counties   District Name        Schools         Percentages             CDS
               Shasta Union    Shasta Elemen-         55.00%      45 70128 6050546
               Elementary      tary School
Solano         Dixon Schools   Sliveyville Prima-     75.10%      48 70532 6051049
                               ry School
                               Linford L. Ander-      77.80%      48 70532-6051031
                               son
               Fairfield-      Anna Kyle Ele-         78.10%      48 70540 6051064
               Suisun School   mentary
                               Bransford Ele-         75.20%      48 70540-6051072
                               mentary
                               Charles L. Sulli-      55.60%      48 70540-6051080
                               van Middle
                               Cleo Garden El-        79.50%      48 70540-6051098
                               ementary
                               E. Ruth Sheldon        63.50%      48 70540-6051148
                               Elementary
                               Fairview Elemen-       67.20%      48 70540-6051163
                               tary
                               Grange Middle          61.00%      48 70540-6093397
                               H. Glenn Rich-         69.10%      48 70540-6067144
                               ardson Elemen-
                               tary
                               Mary Bird High         55.40%      48 70540-4830030
                               School
                               Suisun Elemen-         60.50%      48 70540-6100754
                               tary
               Vacaville       Edwin Markham          71.90%      48 70573-6051296
               Schools         Elementary
                               Eugene Padan           51.60%      48 70573-6051320
                               Elementary
                               Fairmont Ele-          54.20%      48 70573-6051338
                               mentary
                               Hemlock Elemen-        56.50%      48 70573-6051346
                               tary
                               Vacaville Com-         72.70%      48 70573-0109744
                               munity Day Prep
               Vallejo City    Beverly Hills El-      72.90%      48 70581-6051387
               Schools         ementary
                               Dan Mini Elemen-       50.20%      48 70581-6051411
                               tary
                               David Farragut         78.00%      48 70581-6051437
                               Elementary
                               Elsa Widenman          67.00%      48 70581-6071302
                               Elementary
                               Everest                66.70%      48 70581-6069900




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    Counties    District Name        Schools        Percentages            CDS
                                 Federal Terrace      61.00%      48 70581-6051445
                                 Elementary
Solano Contd.                    Franklin Middle      58.60%      48 70581-6062129
                                 Grace Patterson      80.20%      48 70581-6099667
                                 Elementary
                                 Highland Elemen-     62.00%      48 70581-6051478
                                 tary
                                 John Davidson        57.50%      48 70581-6051486
                                 Elementary
                                 Johnston Cooper      59.50%      48 70581-6051395
                                 Elementary
                                 Lincoln Elemen-      83.70%      48 70581-6051494
                                 tary
                                 Loma Vista Ele-      61.40%      48 70581-6051502
                                 mentary
                                 Solano Middle        55.80%      48 70581-6060198
                                 Steffan Manor        56.50%      48 70584-6051544
                                 Elementary
                                 Vallejo Middle       58.00%      48 70581-6095913
Sonoma/Lake     Bellevue Un-     Bellevue Elemen-     90.64%      49-70615-6051585
                ion Elemen-      tary
                tary
                                 Kawana Elemen-       91.55%      49-70615-6051593
                                 tary
                                 Meadow View          77.09%      49-70615-6115695
                                 Elementary
                Cloverdale       Eagle Creek         100.00%      49-70656-0110353
                Unified          Community Day
                                 Jeffereson Ele-      54.20%      49-70656-6051643
                                 mentary
                Cotati-Rohnert   John Reed Ele-       56.71%      49-73882-6051676
                Park Unified     mentary
                Geyserville      Geyserville          71.43%      49-70706-0107664
                Unified          Community Day
                                 Geyserville Ele-     68.47%      49-70706-6051734
                                 mentary
                                 Geyserville Mid-     53.70%      49-70706-6051734
                                 dle
                Guerneville      Guerneville          80.00%      49-70722-6119464
                Elementary       Community Day
                                 Guerneville Ele-     50.82%      49-70722-6051767
                                 mentary
                Harmony Un-      Harmony Ele-        100.00%      49-70730-6051775
                ion Elemen-      mentary
                tary
                                 Salmon Creek        100.00%      49-70730-6110639
                                 Middle




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   Counties   District Name         Schools        Percentages            CDS
              Healdsburg        Foss Creek Ele-      64.32%      49-75390-6109250
              Unified           mentary
                                Healdsburg Ele-      54.33%      49-75390-6051791
                                mentary
              Kashia Ele-       Kashia Elemen-      100.00%      49-70888-6052013
              mentary           tary
              Horicon Ele-      Horicon Elemen-      71.76%      49-70763-6051809
              mentary           tary
              Kelsyville Uni-   Kelseyville Ele-     78.26%      17-64014-6010607
              fied              mentary
                                Riviera Elemen-      52.15%      17-64014-6112759
                                tary
              Kenwood El-       Kenwood Ele-        100.00%      49-70789-6051825
              ementary          mentary
Sonoma/Lake   Konocti Uni-      Burns Valley El-     95.05%      17-64022-6010615
Contd.        fied              ementary
                                East Lake Ele-       86.63%      17-64022-6010623
                                mentary
                                Lower Lake Ele-      73.48%      17-64022-6109706
                                mentary
                                Pomo Elementary      80.66%      14-64022-6109706
              Lakeport Uni-     Lakeport Elemen-     55.03%      17-64030-6010631
              fied              tary
                                Terrace Middle       56.67%      17-64030-6010549
              Middletown        Middletown Ele-      80.00%      17-64055-6115869
              Unified           mentary Com-
                                munication
                                Minnie Cannon        78.79%      17-64055-6010672
                                Elementary
              Monte Rio Un-     Monte Rio Ele-      100.00%      49-70813-6051866
              ion Elemen-       mentary
              tary
              Petaluma City     McDowell Ele-        72.68%      49-70854-6051957
              Elementary        mentary
                                McKinley Ele-        67.14%      49-70854-6051965
                                mentary
              Roseland El-      Roseland Charter     78.00%      49-70901-0101923
              ementary
                                Roseland Ele-        82.82%      49-70904-6052088
                                mentary
                                Sheppard Ele-        71.55%      49-70904-6052096
                                mentary
              Santa Rosa        Lincoln Elemen-      92.89%      49-70912-6052153
              Elementary        tary
                                Brook Hill Ele-      80.85%      49-70912-6052104
                                mentary




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    Counties   District Name        Schools         Percentages            CDS
                                Doyle Park Ele-       71.51%      49-70912-6052120
                                mentary
                                Helen Lehman          80.57%      49 70912 6066385
                                Elementary
                                James Monroe          85.87%      49-70912-6052161
                                Elementary
                                John Fremont          77.19%      49-70912-6052138
                                Elementary
                                Kid St. Learning     100.00%      49-70912-6116958
                                Center
                                Burbank Elemen-       78.13%      49-70912-6052112
                                tary
                                Steele Lane Ele-      83.19%      49-70912-6052195
                                mentary
               Sonoma Val-      El Verano Ele-        50.00%      49-70953-6052260
               ley Unified      mentary
                                Flowery Elemen-       61.19%      49-70953-6052278
                                tary
                                Gateway Middle        76.47%      49-70953-6117832
               Two Rock El-     Two Rock Ele-         54.12%      49-70979-6052310
               ementary         mentary
               Upperlake Un-    Upper Lake Ele-       74.63%      17-64063-6010680
               ion              mentary
               Wright Ele-      Stevens Elemen-       65.31%      49-71035-6111868
               mentary          tary
                                Wright Elemen-        67.61%      49-71035-6052377
                                tary
               Windsor Uni-     Cali Calmecac         56.65%      49-75358-6052369
               fied             Charter
Sutter         Live Oak Uni-    Luther Elemen-        80.90%      51 71399 6053284
               fied             tary
               Meridian Ele-    Meridian Elemen-      56.60%      51 71415 6053300
               mentary          tary
               Yuba City Uni-   April Lane Ele-       66.10%      51 71464 6053342
               fied             mentary
               Yuba City Uni-   Bridge Street El-     92.90%      51 71464 6053367
               fied             ementary
               Yuba City Uni-   Central Gaither       72.40%      51 71464 6053375
               fied             Elementary
               Yuba City Uni-   King Ave Ele-         85.30%      51 71464 6053391
               fied             mentary
               Yuba City Uni-   Park Ave Ele-         83.50%      51 71464 6053425
               fied             mentary
               Yuba City Uni-   Robbins Elemen-       63.70%      51 71456 6053433
               fied             tary
               Yuba City Uni-   West Walton           57.50%      51 71464 0100537
               fied




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    Counties     District Name        Schools       Percentages             CDS
Tehama          Antelope Ele-    Antelope Elemen-     50.89%      52 71472 6114383
                mentary          tary School
                School Dis-
                trict
                Antelope Ele-    Berrendos            55.90%      52 71472 6066328
                mentary          Moddle School
                School Dis-
                trict
                Corning Ele-     Corning Area        100.00%      52 71498 6114466
                mentary          Community Day
                School Dis-
                trict
                Corning Ele-     Maywood Inter-       75.15%      52 71498 6093546
                mentary          mediate
                School Dis-
                trict
                Corning Ele-     Olive View Ele-      80.16%      52 71498 6053490
                mentary          mentary
                School Dis-
                trict
                Corning Ele-     Rancho Tehama        87.91%      52 71498 6112486
                mentary          Elementary
                School Dis-
                trict
                Corning Ele-     West Street Ele-     78.57%      52 71498 6053482
                mentary          mentary
                School Dis-
                trict
                Corning Ele-     Woodson Ele-         82.21%      52 71498 0102301
                mentary          mentary
                School Dis-
                trict
                Corning Ele-     Centennial Con-      79.75%      52-71506-5231675
                mentary          tinuation High
                School Dis-      School
                trict
                Elkins School    Elkins Elemen-       93.33%      52 71514 6053508
                District         tary
                Evergreen        Evergreen Ele-       52.33%      52 71522 6053516
                School Dis-      mentary School
                trict
                Flournoy Un-     Flournoy Elemen-     51.16%      52-71530-6053524
                ion Elemen-      tary School
                tary District
                Gerber Union     Gerber Elemen-       93.89%      52 71548 6053532
                Elementary       tary
                District
Tehama Contd.   Kirkwood El-     Kirkwood Ele-        65.71%      52-71555-6053540
                ementary Dis-    mentary School
                trict




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Counties   District Name        Schools        Percentages             CDS
           Los Molinos      Los Molinos Ele-     88.89%      52 71571 6053565
           Unified School   mentary
           District
           Los Molinos      Los Molinos High     53.45%      52 715715235106
           Unified School
           District
           Los Molinos      Vina Elementary      50.62%      52-71571-6053581
           Unified School   School
           District
           Manton Joint     Manton Elemen-       65.79%      52 71589 6053599
           Union School     tary
           District
           Mineral Ele-     Mineral Elemen-      71.43%      52-71605-6053607
           mentary          tary School Dis-
           School Dis-      trict
           trict
           Plum Valley      Plum Valley Ele-     96.67%      52 71613 6053615
           School Dis-      mentary
           trict
           Red Bluff Un-    Bidwell Elemen-      54.55%      52 71621 6053623
           ion Elemen-      tary
           tary School
           District
           Red Bluff Un-    Jackson Heights      73.37%      52 71621 6053631
           ion Elemen-      Elementary
           tary School
           District
           Red Bluff Un-    Metteer (William     65.42%      52 71621 6106686
           ion Elemen-      M.) Elementary
           tary School
           District
           Red Bluff Un-    Red Bluff Com-       87.50%      52 71621 6114250
           ion Elemen-      munity Day
           tary School
           District
           Red Bluff Un-    Vista Middle         58.33%      52 71621 6053656
           ion Elemen-
           tary School
           District
           Reeds Creek      Reeds Creek El-      59.72%      52-71647-6053664
           Elementary       ementary School
           School Dis-
           trict




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     Counties     District Name        Schools        Percentages            CDS
                 Richfield Ele-   Richfield Elemen-     55.46%      52-71654-6053672
                 mentary          tary School
                 School Dis-
                 trict
                 Tehama Coun-     Lincoln Street        89.29%      52 10520 6119606
                 ty Office of     Independent
                 Education
                 Tehama Coun-     Tehama County        100.00%      52 10520 5230016
                 ty Office of     Juvenile Justice
                 Education
Trinity          Burnt Ranch      Burnt Ranch           66.00%      53 71662 6053680
                 Elementary       School
                 Coffee Creek     Coffee Creek          69.20%      53 71670 6053706
                 Elementary       School
Trinity Contd.   Cox Bar Ele-     Cox Bar Elemen-       56.20%      53 71688 6053714
                 mentary          tary
                 Junction City    Junction City El-     71.20%      53 71738 6053771
                 Elementary       ementary
                 Lewiston Ele-    Lewiston School       74.20%      53 71746 6053789
                 mentary
                 Douglas City     Douglas City          53.70%      53 71696 6053722
                 Elementary       School
                 Trinity Union    Alps View High        75.00%      53 71779 5330014
                 High             School
                 Southern Trin-   Van Duzen Ele-        73.70%      53 73833 6053805
                 ity Joint Uni-   mentary
                 fied
                 Mountain Val-    Hayfork Valley        79.30%      53 75028 6053730
                 ley Unified      Elementary
                                  School
                 Mountain Val-    Hayfork High          70.20%      53 75028 5337407
                 ley Unified      School
                 Mountain Val-    Hyampom Ele-          75.00%      53 75028 6053763
                 ley Unified      mentary
                 Southern Trin-   Hoaglin Zenia         73.30%      53 73833 6053755
                 ity Joint Uni-   School
                 fied
                 Southern Trin-   Southern Trinity      58.20%      53 73833 0100073
                 ity Joint Uni-   High School
                 fied
                 Mountain Val-    Mountain Valley       85.70%      53 75028 5330089
                 ley Unified      Community Day
                 Mountain Val-    Valley High           87.50%      53 75028 5330022
                 ley Unified      School
                 Weaverville      Weaverville Ele-      53.30%      53 71787 6053821
                 Elementary       mentary




                                                134
     Counties   District Name          Schools        Percentages            CDS
Tulare          Allensworth       Allensworth           100.00%
                Elementary                                          5471795-6053839
                Alpaugh Ele-      Alpaugh              100.00%
                mentary                                             5471803-6053847
                Alta vista El-    Alta Vista Ele-       70.00%      54 71811 6053854
                ementary          mentary
                Burton Ele-       Burton Elemen-        67.70%      54 71837 6053870
                mentary           tary
                Burton Ele-       Oak Grove Ele-        61.70%      54 71837 6105506
                mentary           mentary
                Porterville El-   Los Robles Ele-       86.40%      54 75523 6107379
                ementary          mentary
                Porterville       Doyle (John J.)       94.10%      54 75523 6054241
                Unified           Elementary
                Citrus South      Citrus South Tule     51.10%
                Tule Elemen-      Elementary
                tary                                                5471845-6053888
                Porterville       Monte Vista Ele-      81.10%      54 75523 6114193
                Unified           mentary
                Porterville       Olive Street Ele-     94.20%      54 75523 6054258
                Unified           mentary
                Porterville       Roche Elemen-         87.50%      54 75523 6054274
                Unified           tary
Tulare Contd.   Porterville       Pioneer Middle        83.30%
                Unified                                             5475523-6054266
                Portrville Uni-   Santa Fe Ele-         99.10%
                fied              mentary                            5475523-0102574
                Porterville       Vandalia Elemen-      87.80%      54 75523 6054282
                Unified           tary
                Porterville       West Putnam           92.60%      54 75523 6054290
                Unified           Elementary
                Porterville       Westfield Ele-        69.10%      54 75523 6054308
                Unified           mentary
                Rockford El-      Rockford Ele-         50.70%
                ementary          mentary                            5472090-6054324
                Exeter Union      Lincoln Elemen-       60.70%      54 71910 6054043
                Elementary        tary (Exeter)
                Exeter Union      Wilson Middle         60.20%
                Elementary                                          5471910-6110290
                Exeter Union      Rocky Hill Ele-       59.10%      54 71910 6054050
                Elementary        mentary
                Dinuba            Washington Mid-       55.10%      54 71910 6110290
                                  dle
                Dinuba            Wilson Elemen-        77.40%      54 75531 6054001
                                  tary




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    Counties    District Name        Schools       Percentages             CDS
                Dinuba          Roosevelt Ele-       61.70%      54 75531 6107650
                                mentary
                Dinuba          Lincoln Elemen-      56.10%      54 75531 6053987
                                tary (Dinuba)
                Dinuba          Jefferson Ele-       77.80%      54 75531 6053979
                                mentary
                                Terra Bella Ele-
                Terra Bella     mentary              94.60%      54 72199 6054415
                Dinuba          Grand View Ele-      68.50%      54 75531 6053961
                                mentary
                Tulare City     Lincoln Elemen-      90.80%      54 72231 6054498
                                tary (Tulare)
                Tulare City     Pleasant Elemen-     72.70%      54 72231 6106553
                                tary
                Tuare City      Heritage Elemen-     86.90%      54 72231 6114656
                                tary
                Tulare City     Mulcahy Middle       93.20%      54 72231 6054456
                                School
                Tulare City     Maple Elemen-        95.50%      54 72231 6054506
                                tary
                Tulare City     Los Tules Middle     84.10%      54 72231 0100495
                Tulare City     Live Oak Middle      56.00%      54 72231 6108385
                Tulare City     Kohn (Frank) El-     75.20%      54 72231 6054472
                                ementary
                Tulare City     Cypress Elemen-      67.20%      54 72231 6105381
                                tary
                Tulare City     Cherry Middle        58.50%      54 72231 6054464
                Tulare City     Roosevelt Ele-       97.40%      54 72231 6054514
                                mentary
                Farmersville    Farmersville         90.00%
                Unified         Jr.High                          5475325-6100275
                Farmersville    Freedom Ele-         86.80%
                Unified         mentary                          5475325-0106021
                Farmersville    J.E Hester Ele-      85.80%
                Unified         mentary                          5475325-6054084
                Farmersville    Gorge L. Snow-       79.20%
                Unified         den Elementary                   5475325-6054076
                Tulare City     Wilson Elemen-       83.40%      54 72231 6054522
                                tary
Tulare Contd.   Lindsay Uni-    Cairns (John J.)     98.10%      54 71993 5430194
                fied            Continuation
                Lindsay Uni-    Garvey (Steve)       79.90%      54 71993 6060313
                fied            Junior High
                Lindsay Uni-    Jefferson Ele-       90.30%      54 71993 6054142
                fied            mentary (Linday)




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Counties    District Name         Schools        Percentages             CDS
           Lindsay Uni-      Lincoln Elemen-       84.50%      54 71993 6107262
           fied              tary (Lindsay)
           Lindsay Uni-      Lindsay Commu-        88.90%      54 71993 5430236
           fied              nity Day
           Lindsay Uni-      Lindsay Senior        72.90%      54 71993 5432414
           fied              High
           Lindsay Uni-      Washington Ele-       87.00%      54 72256 6054720
           fied              mentary
           Visalia Unified   Veva Blunt Ele-       61.30%      54 72256 6054712
                             mentary
           Visalia Unified   Mineral King El-      60.60%      54 72256 6054647
                             ementary
           Visalia Unified   Green Acres           58.30%      54 72256 6054605
                             Middle School
           Visalia Unified   Highland Elemen-      69.70%      54 72256 6054613
                             tary
           Visalia Unified   Divisadero Middle     60.00%      54 72256 6054555
                             School
           Visalia Unified   Fairview Elemen-      84.70%      54 72256 6054589
                             tary
           Visalia Unified   Houston Elemen-       95.80%      54 72256 6054621
                             tary
           Visalia Unified   Crowley Elemen-       84.20%      54 72256 6054548
                             tary
           Visalia Unified   Ivanhoe Elemen-       91.50%      54 72256 6054639
                             tary
           Visalia Unified   Valley Oak Mid-       53.80%      54 72256 6092373
                             dle
           Visalia Unified   Goshen Elemen-        89.10%      54 72256 6054597
                             tary
           Traver Joint      Traver Elemen-       100.00%      54 72223 6054449
           Elementary        tary
           Richgrove El-     Richgrove Ele-        96.10%      54 72082 6114672
           ementary          mentary
           Liberty Ele-      Liberty Elemen-       60.50%      54 71985 6054134
           mentary           tary
           Sundale Union     Sundale Elemen-       59.80%      54 72173 6054399
           Elementary        tary
           Columbine         Columbine Ele-        53.60%      54 71852 6053896
           Elementary        mentary
           Hot Springs       Hot Springs Ele-      64.30%      54 71951 6054100
           Elementary        mentary
           Outside Creek     Outside Creek         63.80%      54 72025 6054183
           Elementary        Elementary
           Palo Verde        Palo Verde Union      79.90%      54 72033 6054191
           Union Elemen-     Elementary
           tary




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    Counties    District Name         Schools         Percentages             CDS
                Tipton Ele-      Tipton Elemen-         90.00%      54 72215 6054431
                mentary          tary
                Waukena          Waukena Joint
                Joint Union      Union
                Elementary                              83.20%      54 72264 6054753
Tulare Contd.   Woodlake Un-     Castle Rock El-        80.04%      54 72272 6108286
                ion Elemen-      ementary
                tary
                Woodville El-    Woodville Ele-        100.00%      54 72298 6054779
                ementary         mentary
                Pixley Union     Pixley Elementary      99.20%      54 72041 6054209
                Elementary
                Cutler -Orosi    Palm Elementary       100.00%      54 71860 6053938
                Unified
                Cutler -Orosi    El Monte Jr. High     100.00%      54 71860 6118111
                Unified
                Cutler-Orosi     Golden Valley         100.00%      54 71860 6112684
                Unified          Elementary
                Cutler -Orosi    Lovell High           100.00%      54 71860 5430806
                Unified
                Cutler -Orosi    Orosi High            100.00%      54 71860 5433230
                Unified
                Cutler -Orosi    Cutler Elemen-        100.00%      54 71860 6053904
                Unified          tary
                Cutler -Orosi    Sierra Elemen-        100.00%      54 71860 6094577
                Unified          tary
                Saucelito El-    Saucelito Ele-         56.20%
                ementary         mentary                            5472108-6054332
                Strathmore       Strathmore Ele-        92.80%      54 72157 6054381
                Union Elemen-    mentary
                tary
                Strathmore       Strathmore Mid-        90.80%      54 72157 6116131
                Union Elemen-    dle
                tary
                Strathmore       Frazier High           85.20%      54 75523 5430038
                Union High
                Strathmore       Strathmore High        56.00%      54 75523 5434931
                Union High
                Earlimart Ele-   Earlimart Ele-         95.00%
                mentary          mentary                            5471902-6054027
                Earlimart Ele-   Alila School           95.70%
                mentary                                             5471902-5430335
                Earlimart Ele-   Earlimart Middle       96.60%      54 71902 6054035
                mentary




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    Counties    District Name         Schools       Percentages             CDS
                William R.       William R. Buck-     52.00%      54 71837 6114078
                Burkley Ele-     ley Elementary
                mentary
                Ducor Union      Ducor Union El-      91.20%      54 71894 6054019
                Elementary       ementary
                Kings River      Kings River Un-      79.70%      54 71969 6054126
                Union Elemen-    ion Elementary
                tary
                Monson- Sul-     Monson-Sultana       76.30%      54 72009 6054167
                tana Joint Un-   Joint Union Ele-
                ion Elemntary    mentary
Tulare Contd.   Oak Vallley      Oak Valley Union     64.80%      54 72017 6054175
                Union Elemen-    Elementary
                tary
Tuolumne        Summerville      Summerville El-      50.40%      55 72405 6054936
                Elementary       ementary
                Chinese Camp     Chinese Camp         56.00%      55 72330-6054852
                Elementary
                Jamestown        Jamestown Ele-       75.40%      55 72363-6054902
                Elementary       mentary
Ventura         Briggs Ele-      Briggs               60.10%      56 72447 6054969
                mentary
                                 Olivelands           65.50%      56 72447 6054977
                Conejo Valley    Century High
                Unified
                                 Conejo
                                 Conejo Valley
                                 High
                                 Glennwood
                                 Manzanita
                                 Park Oaks
                Fillmore Uni-    Piru                 73.90%      56 72454 6054985
                fied
                                 San Cayetano         68.80%      56 72454 6054993
                                 Sespe                57.60%      56 72454 6055008
                                 Filmore MS           59.70%      56 34561 9011693
                                 Mountain Vista
                                 Fillmore Senior
                                 High
                                 Fillmore Commu-
                                 nity High
                Hueneme El-      Bard                 62.20%      56 72462 6055107
                ementary
                                 Hathaway             78.00%      56 72462 6055081
                                 Haycox               93.60%      56 72462 6055024




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    Counties     District Name        Schools        Percentages             CDS
                                 Hueneme               63.00%      56 72462 6055073
                                 Larsen                88.60%      56 72462 6055016
                                 Parkview              73.40%      56 72462 6055099
                                 Sunkist               72.10%      56 72462 6055115
                                 Williams              66.90%      56 72462 6055057
                                 Blackstock MS         80.40%      56 72462 6055032
                                 E.O. Green MS         63.50%      56 72462 6055040
                 Moorpark Uni-   Campus Canyon
                 fied
                                 Community High
                 Ocean View      Laguna Vista          60.40%      56 72512 6055164
                 Elementary
                                 Mar Vista             85.60%      56 72512 6055172
                                 Tierra Vista          69.90%      56 72512 6055180
                                 Ocean View Jun-       71.70%      56 72512 6084891
                                 ior High
                 Oxnard Ele-     Brekke                58.30%      56 72538 6114029
                 mentary
                                 Chavez                87.10%      56 72538 6055321
                                 Curren                77.90%      56 72538 6055263
Ventura Contd.                   Driffill              86.80%      56 72538 6055271
                                 Elm Street            91.50%      56 72538 6055289
                                 Harrington            86.80%      56 72538 6055297
                                 Kamala                89.50%      56 72538 6055339
                                 Lemonwood             79.30%      56 72538 6100333
                                 Marina West           72.80%      56 72538 6055347
                                 McKinna               89.70%      56 72538 6055354
                                 Rose Avenue           75.60%      56 72538 6055370
                                 Sierra Linda          75.20%      56 72538 6055388
                                 Haydock MS            79.90%      56 72538 6055305
                                 Christa McAuliffe
                                 Emilie Ritchen
                                 San Miguel
                                 Thurgood Mar-
                                 shall
                                 Ramona
                                 Richard Haydock
                                 Intermediate
                 Oxnard Union    Channel Islands
                 High            High
                                 Frontier High
                                 Hueneme High
                                 Pacifica High
                                 Puente High




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       Counties    District Name        Schools       Percentages             CDS
                  Rio Elemen-      El Rio               85.10%      56 72561 6055487
                  tary
                                   Rio Plaza            76.50%      56 72561 6055511
                                   Rio Real             88.40%      56 72561 6055529
                                   Rio Del Valle        62.30%      56 72561 6055495
                                   Rio Lindo
                  Santa Paula      Thelma Bedell        56.40%      56 72587 6055610
                  Elementary
                                   Blanchard            77.50%      56 72587 6055552
                                   Glen City            84.00%      56 72587 6055578
                                   McKevett             75.10%      56 72587 6055602
                                   Thille               91.40%      56 72587 6055586
                                   Webster              88.00%      56 72587 6055545
                                   McKevertt
                                   Isbell MS            76.80%      56 72587 6055594
                  Santa Paula      Santa Paula High
                  Union High
                  Simi Valley      Berylwood
                  Unified
                                   Park View
                                   Santa Susana
                  Somis Ele-       Somis
                  mentary
                  Ventura Uni-     E.P. Foster          82.10%      56 72652 6056063
                  fied
                                   Montalvo             72.10%      56 72652 6056147
                                   Sheridan Way         98.80%      56 72652 6056212
                                   Will Rogers          72.90%      56 72652 6056238
Ventura Contd.                     De Anza MS           71.00%      56 72652 6062152
                                   Sunset               54.80%      56 72652 6056030
                                   Pacific High
Yolo              Esparto Joint    Esparto Elemen-      63.00%      57 72686 6056311
                  Union School     tary
                  Esparto Joint    Esparto Middle
                  Union School
                  Washington       Bryte Elementary     87.70%      57 72694 6056345
                  USD
                  Washington       Elkhorn Village      95.20%      57 72694 6056352
                  USD              Elementary
                  Washington       Golden State         54.30%      57 72694 6098339
                  USD              Middle
                  Washington       Alyce Norman         86.60%      57 72694 6056329
                  USD              Elementary
                  Washington       Evergreen Ele-
                  USD              mentary School




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   Counties   District Name       Schools         Percentages            CDS
              Washington      Washington
              USD             Youth Academy
              Washington      Westfield Village     94.80%      57 72694 6056394
              USD             Elementary
              Washington      Westmore Oaks         61.40%      57 72694 6056402
              USD             Elementary
              Washington      Yolo High School
              USD
              Winters JUSD    Shirley Rominger      58.50%      57 72702 6120307
                              Middle
              Winters JUSD    Waggoner Ele-         60.90%      57 72702 6056410
                              mentary
              Winters JUSD    Wolfskill High        82.50%      57 72702 5730049
                              School
              Woodland        Beamer Elemen-        70.50%      57 72710 6056444
              JUSD            tary
              Woodland        Cache Creek
              JUSD            Continuation
                              School
              Woodland        Dingle Elemen-        71.20%      57 72710 6056469
              JUSD            tary
              Woodland        Freeman Ele-          81.40%      57 72710 6056477
              JUSD            mentary
              Woodland        Grafton Elemen-      100.00%      57 72710 6056493
              JUSD            tary
              Woodland        Rhoda Maxwell         60.50%      57 72710 6066252
              JUSD            Elementary
              Woodland        Whitehead Ele-        73.00%      57 72710 6066260
              JUSD            mentary
              Woodland        Willow Spring         69.60%      57 72710 6056535
              JUSD            Elementary
              Woodland        Woodland Prairie      65.60%      57 72710 6107163
              JUSD            Elementary
              Woodland        Middle Grades          100%       5772710-6116479
              JUSD            Community Day
                              School
Yuba          Camptonville    Camptonville El-      61.80%      58 72728 6056600
              Elementary      ementary
              Marysville      Arboga Elemen-        66.90%      58 72736 6056634
              Joint Unified   tary
              Marysville      Cedar Lane Ele-       89.10%      58 72736 6056659
              Joint Unified   mentary
              Marysville      Cordua Elemen-        53.30%      58 72736 6056667
              Joint Unified   tary
              Marysville      Covillaud Ele-        68.90%      58 72736 6056733
              Joint Unified   mentary
              Marysville      Johnson Park          96.40%      58 72736 6056709
              Joint Unified   Elementary




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Counties    District Name        Schools       Percentages             CDS
           Marysville       Kynoch Elemen-       69.20%      58 72736 6056774
           Joint Unified    tary
           Marysville       Linda Elementary     91.00%      58 72736 6056717
           Joint Unified
           Marysville       Olivehurst Ele-      78.00%      58 72736 6056741
           Joint Unified    mentary
           Marysville       Dobbins Elemen-      76.50%      58 72736 6056675
           Joint Unified    tary
                            Ella Elementary      80.70%      58 72736 6056683
           Marysville       Yuba Feather         89.30%      58 72736 6056782
           Joint Unified    Elementary
           Wheatland        Far West Ele-        54.20%      58 72751 6056824
           Elementary       mentary
           Wheatland        Lone Tree Ele-       81.60%      58 72751 6056832
           Elementary       mentary
           Wheatland        Wheatland Ele-       54.10%      58 72751 6056840
           Elementary       mentary




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g.       EXISTING EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS


    Adult Curriculum Materials

     Background: The FSNEP Nutrition Education Committee has developed Adult
     Program Guidelines to define the goals, objectives and delivery methods of the Adult
     FSNEP Program. In August 2006, FSNEP staff will be trained in a new curriculum
     developed by EFNEP on the new Dietary Guidelines. The following educational ma-
     terials are available to assist staff to meet their program goals of teaching Food
     Stamp recipients in the following areas:

     DIETARY GUIDELINES FOR AMERICA:

         USDA materials
         FISH Connection Curriculum (Enhanced ERIB)
         “Heathly Families” Curriculum (includes 9 lessons on nutrition for low-literacy
          audiences on the Dietary Guidelines, including physical activity), 2006.
         Enhanced ERIB (2002): These materials (Eating Right is Basic, Michigan State,
          2002) were purchased for staff to use with the lessons already developed.
         Lessons are included in the ERIB package (1996): Understanding Nutrition La-
          bels, Breakfast, Healthy Snacks, etc.

     SELF-SUFFICIENCY:

         Making Every Dollar Count (K. Varcoe, 2000) Educational materials to help
          Food Stamp families improve their skills in food budgeting, food buying, manag-
          ing limited resources and other self-sufficiency issues. Curricular materials are
          for five one-hour lessons that include hands-on activities, role-playing, discus-
          sions and other educational activities.
         Goal-Setting Lessons (Gateway, K. Varcoe, 2000)
          Module 1 – “Making the Best Choices” has two lessons (Reaching Your Goals
          and Decisions, Decisions – Making the Best Choice)
         Nutrition Lessons from Gateway (K. Varcoe, 2000)
          Module 7 – “Quick and Nutritious Meals” contain four nutrition lessons: 12
          Foods = 6 Meals Kids Love; Make it Cheap; Feeding Kids; Rate Your Plate.

     FOOD BUYING, MEAL PLANNING:

         Managing Resources: We will use new EFNEP lessons on Food Buying and
          Meal Planning, as well as; materials from Michigan State Eating Right is Basic
          (ERIB, 1995) Managing Your Resources.

         Food Shopping: At supermarkets and other sites, the new EFNEP materials will
          be used.

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COOKING SKILLS, FOOD PREPARATION SKILLS:

   Videotapes will be shown and demonstrations will be done at community set-
    tings. For Goodness Sake – Let’s Cook (2000), a new videotape will be used to
    illustrate the cooking essentials. Other videotapes are also available: For Good-
    ness Sake! videotapes: Vegetables, Broccoli, Non-fat Dry Milk, Rice, Low-cost
    Protein Sources, Chicken, Snacks, and One-pot Meals. We will also use the vid-
    eos purchased from the United Learning Group Corporation, Evanston, Illinois,
    entitled: “Lily Feeds Her Growing Family”; “Breakfast - Lily Changes A Habit”;
    “Lily Gets Her Money’s Worth”; and, “Lily Faces A Problem.”


FRUIT AND VEGETABLE CONSUMPTION:

   Fruit and Vegetables: A lesson on fruit and vegetables with demonstrations will
    be used and other related materials. We will use the For Goodness Sake! Vege-
    tables and the lessons on Fruits (ERIB) and Vegetables (ERIB).

   Goal-Setting Lesson: Developed by Dr. Karrie Cesario (2004), this lesson has
    been tested in 7 FSNEP counties (and results published in the Journal of Nutri-
    tion Education, 2005).


INFANT AND CHILD FEEDING:

   Kids Module: This unit (Mitchell, 1998) contains a leader’s guide and videotape
    to help parents learn skills on improving the health of young children.

   ERIB lessons on Infant Feeding, Child Nutrition.

   A new lesson for pre-school parents will be pilot-tested in FFY 2005/2006 by Dr.
    Ontai Grzebek and The Young Families Workgroup.

FOOD SAFETY AND SANITATION:

   Food Safety: For food safety, the Be Food Safe materials (tested and developed
    for teaching low-income families by Dr. L. Kaiser, 2002) will be used.

HOME STUDY:

    These materials were developed to reach Food Stamp recipients who are not able
    to attend classes or mini-workshops due to transportation issues. Published re-
    search has demonstrated that this method of delivery is both cost-effective and
    improves nutrition knowledge and some behavior change.



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           “Learn-At-Home” (18 Lessons): The core lessons, 6-8 are used with an addition-
            al 10-12 optional lessons. Materials are sent through the mail to participants who
            are hard-to-reach by traditional methods. Participants are given instruction in-
            person (1 lesson) and evaluation is done by telephone. Materials have been liter-
            acy-tested to be 4th grade or less.

    SPANISH EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS:

    Continuing in FFY 07, a Spanish Translator from the UC Statewide Spanish Program
    will provide translations of FSNEP educational materials. These materials include: new
    curriculum lessons, handouts, videotapes and evaluation materials used in FSNEP.

    VIETNAMESE AND OTHER ASIAN AUDIENCES:

    Under the direction of Dr. May Wang and Specialist Joanne Ikeda, nutrition educational
    materials for FSNEP have been developed for Vietnamese audiences. For FFY 07, addi-
    tional materials will be developed under the direction of Dr. Wang.

   Youth Curriculum Materials

    The primary curriculum materials to be used in Youth FSNEP are Eat Fit (middle
    school), Reading Across My Pyramid (K-3rd grade), GrowGlowGo (Preschool), Nutri-
    tion to Grow On and TWIGS. These materials have been developed and tested on youth
    and will be used in the schools as described in the Youth Plan. Below is a list of all ap-
    proved materials:

       GrowGlowGo (Preschool)
       Food and Me (Preschool Curriculum)
       Happy Healthy Me (Preschool Curriculum)
       Frazer Frog (Preschool)
       Reading Across My Pyramid (K-3)
       Eat Fit (Middle Schools)
       Eating Right Is Basic for 6 to 8 Year-Olds (English)
       Eating Right Is Basic for 6 to 8 Year-Olds (Spanish)
       Train the Trainer Packet, Eating Right Is Basic for 6 to 8 Year-Olds
       Eating Right Is Basic for 9 to 11 Year-Olds (English)
       Eating Right Is Basic for 9 to 11 Year-Olds (Spanish)
       Eating Right Is Basic for 9 to 11 Year-Olds (Chinese)
       Train the Trainer Packet, Eating Right Is Basic for 9 to 11 Year-Olds
       Nutrition to Grow On (field-tested by the Department of Education)
       TWIGS
       Jump Start (Project LEAN)
       Making Every Dollar Count




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h. NEW EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS

 FSNEP will be using existing materials for FFY 07. New material will include the follow-
 ing:

    Credit will be provided to the FSP as funding source on all newly developed and re-
     printed materials: “This material was funded by USDA’s Food Stamp Program”.
    A brief outreach message about the FSP will be provided on all newly developed or
     reprinted materials: “The Food Stamp Program provides nutrition assistance to people
     with low income. It can help you buy nutritious foods for a better diet. To find out
     more, contact [enter your local office or toll-free number, or other useful information
     to help identify how to get services].”
    All newly developed materials will include the USDA and UC civil rights statement.




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3) PROPOSED EVALUATION ACTIVITIES

  Introduction: The development of measurable outcomes and indicators has been determined by the
  needs of the target audience based on a variety of methods, including: published literature, needs as-
  sessments, interviews with clients, intervention studies, and staff interviews. To be sure that local
  involvement (both staff, clients, and faculty) is included UC-FSNEP has established committees to
  oversee the selection of appropriate outcomes and curriculum to meet those outcomes.

  The FSNEP Steering Committee was established to provide recommendations and guidance to the
  Principal Investigator on sources of match, eliminating program duplication, improving program ef-
  ficiency and communication between the State Office and the county offices. Another program goal
  is to help coordinate programs with the California Nutrition Network at the local and state levels and
  to maximize resources and program delivery. Members include the FSNEP Director, UC faculty
  from various campuses and CE County Directors who are familiar with the budgetary issues in
  FSNEP and representatives from CDSS and the California Nutrition Network. This Steering Com-
  mittee provides coordination between the UC Davis program and the County Cooperative Extension
  infrastructure as well as increases program coordination between UC, CDSS and DHS. A FSNEP
  Management Manual has been developed to guide the management process.

  In addition to the Steering Committee, there are two committees that work on issues related to coor-
  dinating curriculum and nutrition education delivery. The FSNEP Nutrition Education Committee
  and the Youth FSNEP Curriculum Committee work are composed of Advisors from counties that
  represent Adult and Youth programs.

  Annual Statewide Conferences are held to provide internal coordination for all FSNEP staff on nutri-
  tion education delivery, educational materials and evaluation. Statewide Administrative Trainings
  are conducted at the beginning of each fiscal year to train and update academic staff on federal and
  University regulations and policies. Regional Trainings are also conducted to update staff on policy,
  delivery strategies and other program components.

  Section B reports twelve measurable behavior objectives and one promotion objective which are the
  major outcome indicators of program success. In addition, UC-FSNEP enrolls and teaches at least
  100 to 200 food stamp eligible clients in 22 Adult programs reaching 2,000-6,000 clients using in-
  tensive nutrition education. Another 10,000 clients will receive Home Study (nutrition education
  through the mail) and another 6,000 to 8,000 clients will receive mini-workshops. For the Youth
  Program (31 program sites) an expected 1,000 to 1,500 teachers will be trained and deliver approxi-
  mately 15,000 to 30,000 hours of nutrition education to 30,000 Youths in eligible schools. Newslet-
  ters, contacts and other activities will reach approximately 40,000 low-income clients that are food
  stamp eligible. These performance measures are based on documented results from past years (UC-
  FSNEP, Final Report 2005 and 2004).

a. County Demographic and Evaluation Results

     Each program will collect demographic data on all enrolled participants (ethnicity, age, and family
     size) by use of the FSNEP Family Record (Adult) and the Youth FSNEP Program Participation
     form. Specific evaluation data (direct and indirect contacts) will be collected for the Adult and
     Youth program components. Each program activity described in the plan contains specific evalu-
     ations which will be implemented. Evaluation results use a pre/post test format which look at
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  food-related behaviors, dietary changes, and nutrition knowledge. Evaluation results will be ana-
  lyzed and summarized at the State level in FSNEP for the Final Report.

  The following are the evaluations that will be used:

  Adult: Food Behavior Checklist (FBC – 21 items) for dietary, food planning, food safety and food
         shopping behaviors;
         24-hour Food Recall for dietary assessment;
         Pre/post tests for the For Goodness Sake!, home study and Eating Right Is Basic
         lessons;
         DFE (dietary folate requirements).

  Youth: Eating Right Is Basic curriculum data to be tabulated and submitted:
          teacher training evaluation
          teacher assessment at completion of program
          in addition, a Youth FSNEP Evaluation Instrument is being developed and pilot-tested
             for the Eat Fit Youth FSNEP program, educational materials (Eat Fit, Reading Across
             My Pyramid, Nutrition to Grow On).

  EARS Pilot Testing

  In FFY 04/05 a new reporting system for FSNEP (Evaluation Administrative Reporting System),
  called EARS, was pilot-tested during the months of October to December 2004. California was
  one of the states selected to pilot-test the system. Full implementation is expected in FFY 08.

a. Reporting Procedures

  Final Report:

  A final report will be prepared and submitted to the United States Department of Agricul-
  ture/Food and Nutrition Services (USDA/FNS) through CDSS for each FFY.

  The final report will summarize activities for the entire program year and will be submitted to
  USDA/FNS by November 30th. The FSNEP State Office at UC Davis will submit the final report
  to CDSS by November 15th.

  All of these reports will provide, but not be limited to, the following information:
   Geographic areas served
   Demographics (number, age, gender, level of education) of the target population served
   Detailed description of activities including a list of any materials developed
   Update on Collaboration Projects
   Copies of manuscripts written and submitted for publication
   Justification for any adjustments in objectives or time-frames
   Financial update

  Local county welfare departments will be involved in FSNEP programs and activities. Program
  materials will be given to offices that work with FSNEP clients.

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Claims Reports

The Office of Extramural Accounting, UC Davis will submit claims for reimbursement to CDSS
on a monthly basis. During the months of September and December, claims will be submitted in
advance for up to 90% of the actual amount to be reimbursed as agreed between UC and CDSS.




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4) COORDINATION EFFORTS WITH OTHER FNS PROGRAMS

 a. Other FSN Programs

   Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program
   The Expanded Food and Nutrition Education (EFNEP) assists low-income families and youth in
   acquiring the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and changed behaviors necessary of improvement of to-
   tal family diet and nutrition welfare. Instruction reflects the nutritional needs and cultural heritage
   of the audience.

   Women, Infants, and Children
   The Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) provides nutri-
   tious food (via vouchers), individual counseling, and referrals to health care to high-risk women
   and children up to age five, with incomes up to 185% of poverty. Because the benefits are targeted
   to women and infants at high risk, few children over two years old are served by California WIC.

   Children Nutrition Programs
   The following federal child nutrition programs are administered by the Child Nutrition and Food
   Distribution Division: National School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program Special Milk
   Program, Child Care Food Program, and the Donated Food Program.

 b. State Nutrition Action Plan

   There are other nutrition education programs in which Food Stamp recipients participate and re-
   ceive nutrition education benefits. FSNEP continues to collaborate with other nutrition services in
   order to promote nutrition education throughout the state of California and to prevent duplication
   of services. One collaboration mechanism between many nutrition programs and agencies is the
   SNAP (State Nutrition Action Plan) Plan for California. This Plan (Appendix II) contains 18 ac-
   tivities that are being conducted by the programs listed below. All agencies are represented by
   members of the SNAP committee. Spearheaded by a highly trained facilitator from WIC, the Cali-
   fornia SNAP plan has integrated all of its nutrition program activities into one comprehensive plan.

   The role of UC FSNEP in the California SNAP plan is to work with other agencies to promote and
   improve the consumption of fruits and vegetables in food stamp eligible audiences. The Director of
   FSNEP and other FSNEP staff have been attending the meetings. In FFY 07 two more people will
   be attending the meetings, the FSNEP Program Manager, the Yolo CE County Director and a
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c. Department of Education and School Administration

  The Department of Education works with SNAP and efforts are coordinated at the state lev-
  el. Target schools (see Chart 2) are coordinated at the local county level. A list of eligible
  schools is attached in Appendix I.

d. Other

  Local county welfare departments may have nutrition education programs in place or have cooper-
  ative arrangements with local community groups to provide nutrition education services. Further,
  other community agencies may receive federal grants to test the delivery of specific nutrition edu-
  cation services. Where these other programs exist, UCCE will work cooperatively to
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Section C: Staffing

           FSNEP Staff

           Template 4: Nutrition Education Plan Staffing shows the proposed staffing plan. The budget
           has two staffing components; (1) State Level Staff and (2) County Implementation Staff. The
           positions are described below:

           FSNEP STATE LEVEL STAFF

           0.50 FTE FSNEP Director
             Major Duties and Responsibilities
                Preparation of Nutrition Education Plan (NEP) for review by Department of Social Ser-
                 vices and USDA
                Primary liaison with California Department of Social Services and USDA -Food and
                 Nutrition Service
                Overall decision-maker on nutrition program content and delivery strategies as well as
                 "match" requirements and program suitability.
                Primary negotiator with USDA/CDSS on policy issues related to program suitability,
                 program objectives and program growth
                Development and utilization of nutrition education evaluation tools and overall analyses
                 of educational impact of FSNEP
                Coordination of nutrition education materials and methods used in county programs
                Determination and monitoring of nutrition education “standards” used in county pro-
                 grams
                Preparation of final reports and other reports as needed

           1.00 FTE Analyst IV
             Major Duties and Responsibilities
                Preparation of Nutrition Education Plan (NEP) statewide budget and budget narrative
                Overall administration of day-to-day operations of the Adult and Youth components of
                 the statewide FSNEP, including primary contact for UCD Campus and Nutrition staff,
                 county program staff, and regional office staff
                Special projects under the direction of Principal Investigator
                Coordinator for both statewide conferences and Administrative Training Events
                Development and maintenance of program participation and evaluation records; collabo-
                 ration with Principal Investigator in overall evaluation
                Federal and state budget matching funds analysis
                Budget management and monitoring
                Preparation of budget reports to CDSS
                Preparation of analysis and recommendations on statewide fiscal issues
                Responsible for the reconciliation of ledgers
                Training and advising county staff on fiscal, personnel, and other administrative matters
                Supervision of state office staff


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 1.00 FTE Program Representative III
      Major Duties and Responsibilities
          Coordination of Nutrition Education Committee and Conference Planning Committee
          Preparation of FSNEP Management Manual
          Management of Curriculum for FSNEP. Specific tasks include: works with Youth Cur-
           riculum Committee to oversee the process of FSNEP Youth Curriculum. Works with
           Nutrition Education Committee to oversee the process of FSNEP Adult Curriculum
          Management of FSNEP Program Training. Specific task includes: oversees county and
           state level nutrition training
          Newsletter: Coordinates the development of the biannual FSNEP newsletter for FSNEP
           staff
          Development of training tools for staff
          Attends in-state FSNEP meetings.

 1.00 FTE FSNEP Program Representative (II)
      Major Duties and Responsibilities
       Collects evaluation data and prepares tables summarizing data for Final Report and Nu-
      trition Education Plan
       Analyzes data for Final Report and Nutrition Education Plan
       Prepares reports for FSNEP Director and county statistics for Final Report
       Prepares charts for Nutrition Education Plan (NEP)
       Provides assistance on special projects for Director


1.00 FTE FSNEP Programmer II


  Major Duties and Responsibilities
         Maintains the website for FSNEP
         Provides data-base development for statewide FSNEP
         Updates the website to add new information about FSNEP
         Provides computer technical assistance and training to state and county staff
         Provides assistance on special projects

 0.94131 FTE Administrative Assistant II (3 positions)
      Major Duties and Responsibilities
          Provides general program coordination support to Principal Investigator and Statewide
           Coordinator and backup support to FSNEP State Office Business Manager (e.g., copy-
           ing, faxing, filing, mail distribution, coordination of meetings, proofreading)
          Provides support to FSNEP Committees
          Manages the curriculum development process
          Provides administrative support to the FSNEP review process
          Provides word processing support
          Creates and maintains computerized inventory system for Youth FSNEP curricula
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           Monitors curriculum orders
           Maintains computerized FSNEP mailing lists

FSNEP COUNTY STAFF

The following staff descriptions are the field staff involved in each of the participating counties.

ADULT/YOUTH
0.0651 FTE Extension County Director
   Major Duties and Responsibilities
          Provide day-to-day administrative functions for the county
          Work with Home Economist or Youth Advisor to assure project compliance with the
           USDA/FNS and UC affirmative action requirements

0.1531 FTE Extension Home Economist/Youth Advisor
The Home Economist or Youth Advisor is responsible for program development, planning, adap-
tation to local needs, as well as general project oversight in the county and staff supervision.
   Major Duties and Responsibilities
          Hire, train and supervise the FSNEP NEA or Youth Assistant
          Serve as a liaison between UCCE and the county welfare department
          Work with appropriate staff to identify cooperators and potential partners for effective
           program, delivery
          Complete reports and records to monitor program progress
          Work with County Director to assure project compliance with USDA/FNS and UC affirm-
           ative action requirements
          Identify target areas for participant recruitment
          Prepares and submits county report including: program statistics, demographics, budget
           and matching for NEP and evaluation results for Final Report

 0.40330001 FTE (average) FSNEP Nutrition Education Assistant - Community Health
 Program Representative
 The FSNEP Nutrition Education Assistant (NEA) is responsible for implementing educational
 programs in the food and nutrition subject matter for the target audience.
       Major Duties and Responsibilities
           Identify and recruit Food Stamp recipients and applicants in target areas
           Teach nutrition education lessons all recruited participants
           Organize mini-lessons at community sites
           Teach mini-lessons and collect data on program participants
           Relate program to public

 0.5918947 FTE FSNEP Youth Assistant (Program Representative I)


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 The FSNEP Youth Assistant is responsible for implementing educational programs in foods,
 nutrition, gardening and related subject matter for children of families receiving Food Stamps.
       Major Duties and Responsibilities
            Identify and recruit teacher volunteers in target schools to educate youth
            Assist Youth Development Advisor and Home Economist to plan and implement train-
             ing of teacher volunteers in appropriate subject matter to work with youth
            Complete reports and records to monitor program progress
            Work with county advisor/director to assure project compliance with the USDA/FNS
             and UC affirmative action requirements
            Determine FSNEP target schools using eligibility criteria defined by the USDA/CDSS
            Complete required form to plan for and to document teacher match
            Monitor teacher time and program integrity

 Classroom Teacher (15 hours)
       Major Duties and Responsibilities
            Paid by non-federal funds
            Participate in training workshop by FSNEP staff
            Deliver FSNEP directly to children
            Provide participant data to FSNEP state coordinator
            Provide documentation of teacher time to FSNEP

0.500 FTE (average) FSNEP Administrative/Clerical
The FSNEP Administrative/Clerical position provides administrative/clerical support to FSNEP.
   Major Duties and Responsibilities
          Enter FSNEP data into computer using ERS
          Prepare reports, educational materials, and other programmatic documents
          Typing and other clerical duties
          Other duties as needed



Other Positions

Academic
The role of the Academic in the FSNEP program is to directly supervise and oversee staff posi-
tions in the enhancements and development of Nutrition Education materials. These functions in-
clude: reviewing materials for content in keeping with the new Dietary Guidelines for Americans;
oversee FSNEP staff with the training of FSNEP county staff in the delivery of Nutrition Educa-
tion training to food stamp eligibles; prepare project descriptions, budget, final reports and other
progress reports as required and requested by the FSNEP Director. In this position, the individual
meets with the FSNEP Director as needed for direction and interpretation of the Plan Guidance.
The individual in this position is responsible for ensuring that all standards are adhered to and fol-
lowed by staff.

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CE Specialist
The CE Specialist’s role is to directly supervise and manage staff that develop instruments and pi-
lot-test them in eligible school districts for the Youth FSNEP program as well as for the Adult
program. These functions include: preparing results and reports as requested by the FSNEP Di-
rector; meeting with the FSNEP Director and other Specialist to review materials to assure that all
materials are meeting USDA standards; give guidance to staff in preparing trainings and the col-
lection of data on FSNEP projects, as needed; monitor progress and complete reports to reflect re-
sults.

Grad Students
Under the supervision of the CE Specialist and/or the Academic, the Grad Student’s role is to: as-
sist with the development of instruments; recruit subjects in the FSNEP counties along with
County Advisors; assist with the enhancement and adaptation of existing nutrition education train-
ing materials for food stamp clientele; data collection; serve as a source of information to FSNEP
county staff. Under direct supervision prepare results and information for final reports and other
progress reports.

Staff Position
Individuals in the Staff Position will provide support to the FSNEP Program and FSNEP Supple-
mentary Projects in the area of: preparing training materials packets to be mailed to FSNEP coun-
ties; prepare presentation materials using PowerPoint for nutrition education trainings; type corre-
spondence, prepare reports and data as needed for reporting; assist with data collection and prepa-
ration of results. Individuals in this position perform various tasks such as finalizing budget in-
formation for submission to the State Office, coordinate training sessions; monitoring of FSNEP
expenditures; assist with the enhancement of nutrition education materials; perform web site
searches to collect for various information to be used in nutrition education development and en-
hancements.

Teachers
Teachers, otherwise referred to as extenders, are trained by FSNEP County staff to deliver Nutri-
tion Education in the eligible schools targeting Youth. Teachers (preschool, K-6, Middle School
and High School) attend training workshops given by FSNEP staff; deliver nutrition education to
the children using the educational materials that are provided; collect participant evaluation data
to the FSNEP Director; provide documentation of time spent in the classroom delivering training
to the FSNEP clientele; and keep accurate records on the time spent both in training and in the
classroom.




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Appendix A. Template 3: Nutrition Education Plan Staffing

PROJECT NAME: FSNEP
                                                     Description of Job Duties             Total FSNE Salary, Benefits and Wages
                                                    Percentage of
                                       FTE'S      FSNE Time Spent        Percentage of
                                                                                         State / Other                     Total (State/Other
POSITION TITLE                       charged to   on Management /      FSNE Time Spent
                                                                                           Dollars
                                                                                                         Federal Dollars
                                                                                                                           + Federal) Dollars
                                       FSNE       Administrative Du-    on Direct FNSE
                                                        ties               Delivery
Academic                                7.83            75%                   25%         545,268          241,643            786,911
Additional Academic Staff (State)       2.81            75%                   25%         198,705              -              198,705
CE Specialist                           1.10            75%                   25%         118,975              -              118,975
Graduate Student                        3.85            25%                   25%             -            143,134            143,134
Other Academic Staff (Federal)          8.95            25%                   75%             -            422,182            422,182
Staff Position                          8.58            25%                   75%         145,388          283,540            428,928
Program Representative (County)        42.03             0%                  100%          55,384         2,190,000          2,245,384
Nutrition Education Assistant          10.89             0%                  100%             -            571,362            571,362
Home Economist                          6.89            50%                   50%         513,005              -              513,005
County Directors                        2.93            50%                   50%         311,506              -              311,506
County Secretaries                      3.19           100%                    0%         158,723           18,599            177,322
Other Health Staff (State & Feder-
al)                                     14.90          100%                   0%          443,011          200,487            643,498
FSNEP Director                           0.50          100%                   0%             -              68,250             68,250
Analyst IV                               1.00          100%                   0%             -              86,392             86,392
Program Rep III                          1.00          100%                   0%             -              81,705             81,705
Program Rep II                           1.00          100%                   0%             -              60,025             60,025
Programmer II                            1.00          100%                   0%             -              66,509             66,509
  AAII                                   2.81          100%                   0%             -             134,875            134,875
Teacher Time                               -             -                   100%        1,915,220             -             1,915,220
TOTAL                                  121.26                                            4,405,184        4,568,704          8,973,888




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Section D: Budget Summary

 1)   Budget Narrative
   The following budget (Chart 3) details the level of funding requested for FSNEP (FFY 06/07). A total
   of $15,278,148 is required: $7,669,321 in state match and $7,608,827 in federal match. The total
   amount for FFY 06/07 is a 15% increase over the amount requested in FFY 05/06. The major change in
   this year’s request is an increase in program delivery in the Youth program resulting in a 25% increase
   in teacher match requested. More teachers will be trained to deliver our new programs aimed at pre-
   school and Kindergarten eligible children.
   Budget categories include: statewide administrative expenses (building and maintenance costs, equip-
   ment, and indirect costs) and program expenses (staff salaries and benefits, public school teacher time,
   supplies and expenses, travel, nutrition education materials, regional and departmental administrative
   support, and UC Campus Projects.) A 5% increase in both staff merit increases and benefit costs has
   been included since both costs are expected to increase in October 2006. Salaries are calculated by av-
   eraging the actual salary amount for each salary classification.
   Statewide Administrative Expenses
   Building/lease/rental costs for the state match are $366,893 and $36,153 for the federal match. It should
   be noted that all FSNEP programs utilize the use allowance method for calculating reimbursement of
   publicly owned space. A worksheet was developed for all space and maintenance matches. Mainte-
   nance costs are expected to be $93,604 in state match and $15,852 in federal match. Equipment costs
   are estimated to be $62,931 (federal). Counties provided the match to purchase equipment for program
   delivery and reporting. The equipment budget ($62,931) will be used by county staff (paraprofession-
   als) for teaching and evaluation purposes. Counties are allowed to purchase one new computer per
   county program unit and to replace a computer every three years. Most of the county computers need
   memory upgrades and some will need new computer equipment (which is less expensive than upgrad-
   ing or repairing in some cases) due to the addition of a new budget database and an increase in program
   evaluation data processing. All programs requesting new computers are required to provide a justifica-
   tion for approval by the FSNEP Director. Over the past year the lack of sufficient computer memory
   caused system failures. We have many nutrition education materials on our website for county staff to
   download and this requires new computer software and new printing capabilities.
   For FFY 06/07 , all 50 program units will continue to be processed through the Davis Campus Extra-
   mural Funds Division. Accordingly, the indirect cost rate for off-campus activity will be the same for
   these units. Thus, all indirect costs will be calculated on the standard basis of 22% for FFY 06/07.
   Indirect costs are applied to all program expenses (i.e. personnel, benefits and other program ex-
   penses), excluding office space and maintenance or equipment. Chart 3 shows a total of $1,266,631 in
   indirect costs for the state match ($1,100,048 for Davis; $18,626 for Riverside; and $147,957 for
   Berkeley), and $1,318,856 for the federal match ($1,158,710 for Davis, $16,630 for Riverside and
   $143,516 for Berkeley).
   The state match indirect costs of $1,266,631 were calculated by multiplying the amount of state funds
   matched by 50 program units using the Davis rate ($5,000,218 x 22% = $1,100,048 rounded) and add-
   ing this total to the match by the UCR Specialist ($71,638 x 26.0% = $18,626) and the UCB Specialists
   ($870,335 x 17.0% = $147,957 rounded). The sum of all program unit funds in the state match used to
   calculate indirect costs is $5,942,193 (rounded) ($1,562,173 + $416,301 + $1,020,871 + $2,000,873 +
   $941,975), and the sum of the related indirect cost is $1,266,631.


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Chart 3: Statewide Budget

                                                                  CHART 3
                              CALIFORNIA FOOD STAMP NUTRITION EDUCATION PROGRAM
                                         STATEWIDE BUDGET - FFY 2006-2007
                                                                                                                                    USDA
                                                                                                                    STATE         FEDERAL
                                                                                                                   MATCH $        MATCH $
STATEWIDE ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES
Building/Lease/Rental costs                                                                                            366,893         36,153
Maintenance                                                                                                             93,604         15,852
Equipment (State Office and County Teaching Tools)                                                                                     62,931
Indirect Costs - Davis (22%)                                                                                          1,100,048     1,158,710
Indirect Costs - Riverside (26%)                                                                                         18,626        16,630
Indirect Costs - Berkeley (17%)                                                                                         147,957       143,516
                              Statewide Administrative Sub-Total (3,160,920)                                          1,727,128     1,433,792
PROGRAM EXPENSES
STATE OFFICE PERSONNEL -- SALARIES & FTE
FSNEP Director 1 X 0.50 FTE @ $105,000                                                                                                52,500
Analyst IV 1 X 1.0 FTE @ 68,359                                                                                                       68,360
Program Rep III        1 X 1.0 FTE @$61,555                                                                                           61,555
Program Rep II 1 X 1.0 FTE @ $41,481                                                                                                  41,481
Programmer       1 X 1.0 FTE @ $46,894                                                                                                46,894
 AAII             3 X 0.94 131 FTE @ $35,101                                                                                          99,123
COOP EXTENSION PERSONNEL -- SALARIES & FTE
Program Rep. 71 X 0.5918947 FTE @ $35,762                                                                                           1,502,881
Nutri. Educ. Assts. 27 X 0.40330001 FTE @ $33,855                                                                          -          368,650
Home Economists 45 X 0.1531 FTE @ $66,957                                                                              461,300            -
County Extension Directors 45 x .0651 FTE @ $89,396                                                                    261,886            -
UCCE Secretaries
         49 X 0.0549 FTE @ $ 42,589                                                                                    114,569
         1 X 0.500 FTE @ $ 27,472                                                                                                     13,736
Other Nutrition/Health Staff
         54 X 0.191301 @ $32,370                                                                                       334,390
         13 X 0.3515 @ $31,709                                                                                                       144,894
UC DAVIS PROJECTS
 School based Nutrition Educ ~ A vehicle to imp children's diet chcs   9 X .218899 FTE @ $74,815                       147,386
                                                                     10 X .482 FTE @ $32,559                                         156,934
                    Healthy Rewards                                    1 x .750 FTE @ $75,300                           56,475
                                                                     6 X .250 FTE @ $25,234                                           37,851
 Grocery Store Nutrition Education ToolKit for FoodStamp Eligibles 11 X .157275 FTE @ $92,809                          160,562
                                                                  7 X .43857 FTE @ $28,127                                            86,350
 Video enhanced Creating Healthy Families                          6 X .0508319 FTE @ $83,949                           25,604
                                                                   1 X .500 FTE @ $39,084                                              19,542
                                                                                            Payroll (4,262,923)       1,562,173     2,700,750
Benefits ( 26.65% of $1,562,173)                                                                                        416,301
Benefits (44.73% of $2,700,750)                                                                                                     1,208,118
                                                                                 Benefits Sub-Total ($1,624,419)       416,301      1,208,118
OTHER MATCHES
  OTHER NUTRITION EDUCATION MATCH - COUNTIES, SUPPLEMENTARY PROJECTS                                                    371,796
  DHS MATCH [FISH CONNECTION]                                                                                           222,000      150,400
  NUTRITION EDUCATION TRAINING                                                                                          300,000      300,000
  NUTRITION EDUCATION ADULT & YOUTH                                                                                     127,075      114,000
                                                                           Other Matches Sub-Total ($1,585,271)       1,020,871      564,400




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                                                                             CHART 3
                                    CALIFORNIA FOOD STAMP NUTRITION EDUCATION PROGRAM
                                               STATEWIDE BUDGET - FFY 2006-2007
                                                                                                                                           USDA
                                                                                                                           STATE         FEDERAL
                                                                                                                          MATCH $        MATCH $
OTHER PROGRAM EXPENSES
School Teacher Time (44,540 hours @ $43/hr.)                                                                                 1,915,220
Supplies                                                                                                                        47,678      318,281
Travel                                                                                                                          37,975      198,367
Nutrition Education Materials (including costs for printing and purchasing materials)                                                       238,578
Regional Offices Admin. Support                                                                                                              32,615
Nutrition Department Admin. Support                                                                                                           5,756

                                                                          Other Program Expenses Sub-Total ($2,794,470)      2,000,873      793,597
OTHER PROGRAM PROJECTS
UC Berkeley Projects
                                    The California Plate Method: Nutrition Education for Childhood Obesity Prev                58,635        55,537
                                                                                                           Salary              16,839        39,773
                                                                                                         Benefits               3,648         3,159
                                                                                                         Supplies                 -           6,396
                                                                                                           Travel                 -           6,209
                                                                                                     Other Match               38,148           -
                                                                           YMCA Centered Nutrition Education                  128,518       107,164
                                                                                                           Salary              58,014        60,967
                                                                                                         Benefits              12,104        20,364
                                                                                                         Supplies                 -          24,320
                                                                                                           Travel                 -           1,513
                                                                                                     Other Match               58,400           -
                                                      Childhood Overweight Prevention among Asian Immigrants                  200,354       183,140
                                                                                                           Salary              79,680        86,472
                                                                                                         Benefits              20,674        18,341
                                                                                                         Supplies                 -          76,884
                                                                                                           Travel                 -           1,443
                                                                                                     Other Match              100,000           -
                                             Promoting bone health among Spanish speaking Adult FSNEP clients                 186,619       219,362
                                                                                                           Salary              11,983       115,703
                                                                                                         Benefits               3,826        40,466
                                                                                                         Supplies                 -          57,750
                                                                                                           Travel                 -           5,443
                                                                                                     Other Match              170,810           -
                                                                        Healthy Eating and Activity for Children              132,151       124,146
                                                                                                           Salary              93,058        95,243
                                                                                                         Benefits              23,366        22,657
                                                                                                         Supplies                 -           4,938
                                                                                                           Travel                 -           1,308
                                                                                                     Other Match               15,727           -
                                                                        Teaching HEART Smart Cooking to Kids                   88,840        85,502
                                                                                                           Salary              50,551        53,263
                                                                                                         Benefits               6,731        12,839
                                                                                                         Supplies               2,000        18,240
                                                                                                           Travel               1,650         1,160
                                                                                                     Other Match               27,908           -
                                                                    Teaching Kids What to Eat Where They Eat                   75,222        69,359
                                                                                                           Salary              48,667        42,660
                                                                                                         Benefits              10,724        10,358
                                                                                                         Supplies               2,000        14,110
                                                                                                           Travel               1,650         2,231
                                                                                                     Other Match               12,181           -
UC Riverside Projects
                                                                         Using Limited Resources to Maximum Potential          59,636        51,960
                                                                                                                Salary         43,922        35,469
                                                                                                              Benefits         15,714        14,091
                                                                                                              Supplies            -           1,500
                                                                                                                Travel            -             900
                                                                                                          Other Match             -             -
Spanish Tranlator                                                                                                              12,000        12,000

                           Other Program Projects Expenses Sub-Total 1,850,145                                                 941,975       908,170
GRAND TOTAL                                                     $15,278,148                                                  7,669,321     7,608,827
* In-kind costs (State Match)


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The federal match indirect costs of $1,318,856 (rounded) were calculated by multiplying the amount
of federal funds requested by 50 program units (plus costs for statewide coordination and nutrition edu-
cation materials) using the Davis rate ($5,266,863 x 22% = $1,158,719 rounded) and adding this total
to the federal match for UCR ($63,961 x 26.0% = $16,630 rounded) and UCB ($844,211 x 17.0% =
$143,516 rounded). It should be noted that the indirect costs (i.e., 26.0% off-campus indirect cost rate)
for UC Riverside Spanish Translator are included in the statewide coordination indirect costs. The sum
of all program units in the federal match used to calculate indirect costs is $6,170,035 rounded
($2,700,750+ $1,208,118 + $ 564,400 $793,597 + $908,170) and the sum of the related indirect costs is
$1,318,856.
Program Expenses - Community Nutrition Component
State-Level Positions
The FSNEP Director, Amy Block Joy, is included in this budget at 0.50 FTE for a total federal match of
$52,500. The Analyst IV will be 1.00 FTE in FFY 06/07 for a total federal match of $68,360. The
FSNEP Program Manager (Program Representative III) will provide management support to the Direc-
tor by working with the Nutrition Education Committee, as well as managing the process for staff train-
ing. This portion (1.0 FTE) has a federal match of $61,555. The State Office staff includes a 1.0 FTE
Program Representative II (federal match of $41,481) who provides evaluation and data management
support, as well as a 1.0 FTE Programmer that supports the FSNEP Website and provides computer
support for the FSNEP Program for a federal match of $46,894 The three Administrative Assistant II
positions will cost $99,123, at an average 0.94131 FTE..

County-Level Personnel
Ninety-eight program positions will be staffed at the county level (an increase of nine from FFY 05),
including 71 Program Representatives (PRs) and 27 Nutrition Education Assistants (NEAs). The PRs
are calculated at 0.5918947 FTE ($35,762 for full time) for a total of $1,502,881 in federal match. The
NEAs are calculated at 0.40330001 ($33,855 for full-time) for a total of $368,650. County nutrition
education program delivery staff total 52.92 FTE costing $1,871,531 in federal match.

UCCE Home Economists and Youth Advisors will continue to supervise the PR/NEA positions and
manage FSNEP programs at the county level (in the state match). The 45 Home Economists will spend
0.1531 FTE respectively as part of the state match (salary of $66,957 per 1.0 FTE for Home Econo-
mists) for a total of $461,300. Match costs provided by 45 County Extension Directors at 0.0651 FTE
(salary of $89,396 per 1.0 FTE) are $261,886.

Forty-nine UCCE Secretaries will spend 0.0549 FTE each as part of the state match (salary of
$42,589per 1.0 FTE) for a total of $114,569. This supports a federal match in the amount of $13,736 (1
staff at 0.50 FTE @ $27,472).

Fifty-four county-level “other CE nutrition/health staff” positions, calculated at 0.191301 FTE ($32,370
full time), are covered by $334,390 of state match. This supports a federal match of $144,894 (13 staff
at 0.3515 FTE @ $31,709). These positions provide data entry using the ERS federal system and other
daily administrative duties on counties reaching a larger Food Stamp population (Alameda, Contra Cos-
ta, Los Angeles, Monterey, Riverside, San Diego, San Francisco/San Mateo, San Joaquin, San Luis
Obispo, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara counties, Shasta and Yolo).


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UC Davis Supplementary Projects

Four new Supplementary Projects are included in the FFY 07 budget: (1) “School Based Nutrition Edu-
cation (A Vehicle to Help Improve Children’s Dietary Choices) coordinated by Dr. Sheri Zidenburg-
Cherr; (2) “Heatlhy Rewards” by Dr. Francene Steinberg; (3) “Grocery Store Nutrition Education
Toolkit” by Dr. Marilyn Townsend; and (4) “Video-Enhanced Creating Healthy Families” by Dr. Leena
Ontai-Grzebik.

For the School Based Nutrition Education Supplementary Project, the total state match is $147,386
(9 positions at 0.218899 FTE @ $74,815). This project combines team efforts by several faculty at
UCD and Placer County. Coordinated by Dr. Sheri Zidenberg-Cherr, Placer County Director Sharon
Junge, faculty member Carol Hillhouse and Staff Research Assistant Dr. Karrie Heneman will be im-
plementing a statewide effort to provide nutrition education in the eligible schools of California. The
project will coordinate their efforts with the California Nutrition Network. The federal portion of
$156,934 will be used to pay 10 staff positions to support the Nutrition Education for youth in eligible
schools (0.482 FTE @ 32,559).

Dr. Francene Steinberg will be to targeting eligible Food Stamp Latinos through dietary and exercise
promotion (Healthy Rewards Supplementary Project).Dr. Steinberg, a faculty member in the UC
Davis Department of Nutrition, will be matching 0.750 FTE of her time (@ $75,300) for a total state
match of $56,475 in order to support 6 staff positions (0.250 FTE at $25,234) for a federal matchof
$37,851.

Dr. Marilyn Townsend, Nutrition Education Specialist at UC Davis, will be implementing a Supple-
mentary Project entitled: Grocery Store Nutrition Education Toolkit For Food Stamp Eligibles.
She will be matching Department of Nutrition staff and faculty (11 positions at 0.157275 FTE @
$92,809) for a total state match of $160,562 The federal portion of $86,350 will be used to pay 7 staff
(0.43857 FTE at $28,127).

We are pleased that Dr. Leena Ontai-Grzebik will be implementing a Supplementary Project entitled:
Video Enhanced Creating Healthy Families. She is matching 6 faculty members (0.0508319 @
$83,949) for a total of $25,604 in state match. The federal portion in the amount of $19,542 will be
used for reaching food stamp eligible families (1 x 0.50 FTE @ $39,084).

Benefits

The benefits costs for these positions total $416,301 in state match and $1,208,118 in federal funds.
Benefits are calculated by dividing total benefits by total salaries (26.65% at $1,562,173) for state
match and 44.73% at $2,700,750 for federal match.)

The higher federal match benefits figure for paraprofessionals and clerical staff was calculated based on
the actual costs of existing field staff employed by EFNEP at 0.5 FTE positions. Many of the staff po-
sitions are filled by employees who have several dependents and choose a more expensive benefit
package. The lower state match figure was derived by the Contract and Grants Officer as a conserva-
tive estimation of benefits paid to state-funded academic and clerical staff.




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Other Matches

A number of county and state programs will be providing a state match amount of $371,796. Alameda,
Contra Costa, Los Angeles, Monterey, Placer, Riverside, Shasta, Trinity, Tulare, and Tuolumne and
several UC Davis supplementary projects (including faculty salaries who are contributing time to a sup-
plementary project).

In addition, the Fish Connection Project has provided a state match from the Department of Health Ser-
vices (DHS) of $360,304. The DHS match will be used to collaborate with six FSNEP counties (Butte,
Solano, San Joaquin, Santa Clara, Sonoma, Yolo) to provide direct education to Food Stamp eligibles
who are at risk for mercury containing fish in the Delta Watershed.

The Nutrition Education Training match (of $300,000) will be used to fund conferences on nutrition
education (Statewide Annual Conference, Statewide Administrative Conference and County Regional
Trainings. The state match is from the Department of Nutrition, UC Davis.

A nutrition education for adult and youth match ($127,075) has been provided by 3 faculty members at
UCD (Dr. Carl Keen, Dr. Robert Rucker and Dr. Judith S. Stern). This state match will be used to pro-
vide state level support for the following activities: development of a county site visit process, a budget
manual, management tools, on-line training materials and the coordination of community nutrition
training activities for nutrition education staff in the counties. The federal portion of $114,000 will be
used to hire staff for training and program management (quarterly county site visits and site visit manu-
al, budget process manual on-line training materials and IRB approval management).

 The sub-total of Other Matches is $1,585,271 ($1,020,871 is the State match and $564,400 is the Fed-
eral match)..


Other Program Expenses

Public school teacher time totaling $1,915,220 has been calculated by multiplying the total number of
teacher hours (44,540 hours) by actual teacher salary per hour. (Teachers paid by federal funds are not
included in this calculation.) The estimated $43 per hour rate (for planning purposes) was determined
by calculating actual salaries rates of FSNEP teachers from past years (FFY 05, FFY 04). This is the
same rate that was used in FFY 06. The number of teachers that provided a match in FFY 05/06 was
35,574. This is a 25% increase in the number of teachers that are providing a match for FFY 06/07.

Supplies and expenses (including routine office supplies such as paper, notebooks, pens, pencils, etc.)
total $365,959. Of this, $47,678 is in-kind state support and $318,281 is federal match to be used to pay
for telephone (including equipment, local and long distance calls), duplication (including paper and
copy charges) and postage costs in locations where these services are not available and for the State Of-
fice. Travel costs total $236,342, of which $37,975 is state support and $198,367 is federal match.
Many county programs are in rural locations and need larger travel and supplies than those in large ur-
ban areas. To save Statewide Office costs counties have agreed to produce their own recruitment mate-
rials, brochures, newsletters and handouts, thus increasing the overall supplies and expenses budget. In
county program plans they have targeted reaching more Food Stamp participants than previous years.
Both the supplies and travel budget amounts are in proportion to the increase in the FSNEP program


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delivery methodologies by the FSNEP paraprofessionals in the counties, reaching food stamp clients
and participants.

An administrative training will be conducted in February 2007 in San Francisco. All FSNEP program
managers are required to attend. The Principal Investigator, and Budget Analyst will be updating coun-
ty managers on using the electronic budget system, new USDA guidelines and regulations, the waiver
of exclusivity, and the program goals and objectives of FSNEP for FFY 08. Training will include rec-
ord-keeping and documenting “time,” activities and “match” for all FSNEP staff. In addition, a
statewide Nutrition Education Conference is held every year in the summer in San Francisco to train
paraprofessional staff on nutrition education teaching strategies, delivery methods and evaluation and
recruitment techniques. Travel costs for all FSNEP program delivery staff and state office staff are
provided for this two day event.

State travel costs also include the costs of travel to the national FSNE meeting for the FSNEP Director
(airfare, hotel and registration). In addition, the Director will also be attending the Society for Nutrition
Education annual meeting in July 2008.

Nutrition education materials are budgeted at $238,578 in federal match for FFY 07. This amount will
cover the purchase of education materials, videotapes and the printing of enrollment and evaluation
forms, brochures and other materials. For FFY 06/07 a curriculum order form was created for each
county to complete for both the Adult and Youth programs. The order form will provide the nutrition
education costs as well as the number of materials that need to be ordered for the program year.

As in FFY 06, we will continue to provide federal funds to the UCCE Regional Offices and the UC
Davis Department of Nutrition for administrative support to FSNEP program operations. These
amounts of $32,615 for the three regions and $5,756 for the department are the same as last year.

The total for Other Program Expenses is $2,794,470 with $2,000,873 in state match and $793,597 for
federal match.


Other Supplementary Projects

UC Berkeley Projects:

Dr. Pat Crawford and others will be providing nutrition education to Food Stamp eligible families using
the “plate method”. The project, entitled: The California Plate Method: Nutrition Education for Child-
hood Obesity Prevention will be providing a state match of $58,635 (in salaries, benefits and other staff
matches) for a federal amount of $55,537.

Dr. Sharon Fleming’s Supplementary Project entitled: YMCA Centered Nutrition Education will be
providing direct education to Food Stamp eligiblie children in Oakland, California. The state match of
$128,518 (in salaries, benefits and other staff matches) will be used for the federal match of $107,164.

Dr. May Wang will be implementing two Supplementary projects. The first is titled: Childhood Over-
weight Prevention among Asian Immigrants will be implemented with Specialist Joanne Ikeda. The
state share of $200,354 will be used for a federal amount of $183,140.


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Dr. May Wang will also be implementing a Supplementary Project entitled: Promoting Bone Health
Among Spanish Speaking Adult FSNEP clients. This project will coordinate with the Latino Bone
Health staff from the Department of Health Services. The state match is $186,619 for a federal match of
$219,362. The federal match is higher than the state match because part of the match ($50,000) is al-
ready included in the Other Match category at UC Davis.

Dr. Pat Crawford will be implementing a Supplementary Project entitled: Healthy Eating and Activity
for Children. This project will be providing direct nutrition education to Food Stamp eligible children.
The state match is $132,152 for a federal match of $124,146.

Dr. Lorriane Ritchie will be implementing two Supplementary Projects in eligible schools in FFY
06/07. The Teaching HEART Smart Cooking in Kids will be teaching eligible Food Stamp children
ways to prepare foods that are good for the “heart”. The state match is $88,840 with a federal match of
$85,502.

The second Supplementary Project of Dr. Ritchie is the Teaching Kids What to Eat, Where they Eat
will also be implemented in eligible schools. The state match is $75,222 with a federal match of
$69,359.

UC Riverside Project:
Dr. Karen Varcoe, Human Resources Program Leader and UC Riverside Consumer Economics Man-
agement Specialist will be implementing a Supplementary Project entitled: “Using Limited Resources
to Maximize Potential”. Dr. Varcoe and, her Staff Research Associate, Connie Costello, will work with
FSNEP counties. Dr. Varcoe will provide a state match of $59,636 for a federal match of $51,960

In order to continue meeting the needs of Hispanic clientele, we have included $12,000 to support a
Spanish Translator at UC Riverside to supervise the translation of FSNEP forms, brochures and nutri-
tion education materials, including handouts for the new Dietary Guidelines for Americans and FSNE
evaluation forms. The state match of $12,000 is provided by the Spanish translator’s time.

The total amount in Other Program Projects is $1,850,145 ($941,975 in state match) and ($908,170 in
federal match).

Grand Total

The Grand Total of this proposal is $15,278,148 of the state match is $7,669,321 and the federal por-
tion is $7,608,827.

In-Kind Costs

Chart 4 shows the in-kind costs for this project. The in-kind costs are building/lease/rental costs for
space that will house the NEA/PR positions ($366,893) and the maintenance of space ($93,604) for a
total of $460,497. In addition supplies and expenses are provided by the state match ($47,678). The to-
tal in-kind costs are $508,175.




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Chart 4: California FSNEP In-Kind Costs FFY 06/07


PROGRAM EXPENSES              STATE SHARE $
Building/Lease/Rental                  366,893
Maintenance of Space                    93,604
Supplies and Expenses                   47,678

TOTAL                                  508,175




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APPENDIX A: Template 4 2007 Nutrition Education Plan Budget Sum-
mary
 2. Budget Information by Project

 Project Name:
                                          Non Federal Public       Non Federal Non     Total Non Federal        Federal
                                               Funds                Public Funds             Funds              Funds          Total Funds
                     Expenses              Cash        In Kind     Cash      In Kind

 Salary / Benefits                        4,393,195                                             4,393,195      4,580,693       8,973,888

 Contracts / Grants / Agreements          1,444,045                                             1,444,045      564,400         2,008,445

 Non Capital Equipment / Supplies            51,678                                                51,678      585,350          637,028

 Materials                                        -                                                        -   238,578          238,578

 Travel                                      41,275                                                41,275      218,574          259,849

 Administrative                              12,000                                                12,000       50,371           62,371

 Building Space                             366,893                                               366,893       36,153          403,046

 Maintenance                                 93,604                                                93,604       15,852          109,456
 Equipment & Other Capital Expenditures           -                                                     -                  -               -

 Total Direct Costs                       6,402,690                    -                        6,402,690      6,289,971       12,692,661

 Indirect Costs                           1,266,631                                             1,266,631      1,318,856       2,585,487

 Total Costs                              7,669,321      -             -        -               7,669,321      7,608,827       15,278,148




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Section E. Assurances
Appendix A. Template 5: 2007 Nutrition Education Plan Assurances

To assure compliance with policies described in this guidance, the Food Stamp Nutrition
Education plan must include the following assurances. Mark your response to the right. Yes              No
1. The State food stamp agency is accountable for the content of the State nutrition education X
   plan and provides oversight to any sub-grantees. The State food stamp agency is fiscally
   responsible for nutrition education activities funded with Food Stamp Program funds and
   is liable for repayment of unallowable costs.

2. Nutrition education activities are conducted exclusively for the benefit of those eligible           X
   for the Food Stamp Program.

3. Efforts have been made to target FSNE to FSP participants and eligibles.                         X

4. In cases where Food Stamp Nutrition Education projects may inadvertently benefit per-            X
   sons that are ineligible for the Food Stamp Program because it is not practical or possible
   to meet the exclusivity requirement, the State has sought approved waivers for each pro-
   ject. To be approved, the waiver request(s) must clearly demonstrates how the proposed
   project provides a good means of reaching food stamp eligibles and documents that at
   least 50 percent of those reached will have gross incomes at or below 185 percent of the
   poverty thresholds or guidelines.

5. Only expanded or additional coverage of those activities funded under the Expanded Food          X
   and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) may be claimed under the FSNE grant. Ap-
   proved activities are those designed to expand the State's current EFNEP coverage in or-
   der to serve additional food stamp eligibles or to provide additional education services to
   EFNEP clients who are eligible for the Food Stamp Program. In no case may activities
   funded under the EFNEP grant be included in the budget for FSNE.

6. Cash or in-kind donations from other non-Federal sources to Food Stamp Nutrition Edu-            X
   cation have not been claimed or used as a match or reimbursement under any other Feder-
   al program.

7. Costs incurred by other State and/or local agencies for goods and services for Food Stamp        X
   Nutrition Education and which are then donated to the food stamp State agency make up
   the public in-kind contributions that are included in the State share of costs that are eligi-
   ble for Federal reimbursement. They may not be used as a match under any other Federal-
   ly funded project.

8. Documentation of State costs, payments, and donations for approved Food Stamp Nutri-             X
   tion Education activities are maintained by the State and will be available for USDA re-
   view and audit.

9. Contracts are procured through competitive bid procedures governed by State procure-             X
   ment regulations.

10. Program activities are conducted in compliance with all applicable Federal laws, rules,         X
   regulations including Civil Rights and OMB circulars governing cost issues.

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To assure compliance with policies described in this guidance, the Food Stamp Nutrition
Education plan must include the following assurances. Mark your response to the right. Yes         No
11. Program activities do not supplant existing nutrition education programs, and where op- X
    erating in conjunction with existing programs, enhance and supplement them.

12. Program activities are reasonable and necessary to accomplish Food Stamp Nutrition Edu-    X
    cation objectives and goals.

13. All materials developed or printed with Food Stamp Nutrition Education funds include       X
    the appropriate USDA non-discrimination statement, credit to the Food Stamp Program as
    a funding source, and a brief message about how the Food Stamp Program can help pro-
    vide a healthy diet and how to apply for benefits.

14. Messages of nutrition education are consistent with the Dietary Guidelines for Americans   X
    and stress the importance of variety, balance, and moderation, and do not disparage any
    specific food, beverage or commodity.




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Section F: Waiver Requests

Template 7: 2006 Waiver Request Outline

1.    Waiver serial number:

2.    Type of request: Initial

3.    Primary regulation citation: 7 CFR 272.2 (d) (2) (iii)

4.    Secondary regulation citation: Not applicable

5.    State: California

6.    Region: Western Region

7.    Regulatory requirements: 7 CFR 272.2 (d) (2) (iii) requires that federal matching funds be
      used for programs conducted exclusively for the benefit of food stamp applicants and recipi-
      ents.

8.    Proposed alternative procedures: See CDSS for final version




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 Section G: Signatures

Template 8: 2006 Nutrition Education Plan Signatures

                            FOOD STAMP PROGRAM
                                  Fiscal Year 2006
                         Annual Plan For Nutrition Education
                                         for


STATE AGENCY: _________________________________________________

FISCAL YEAR: __ __ __ __                        DATE: _____________________


            Certified By:


_________________________________________                ___________________
STATE AGENCY NUTRITION COORDINATOR                            DATE
or STATE FOOD STAMP DIRECTOR


            Certified By:


_________________________________________                ___________________
STATE AGENCY FISCAL REVIEWER                                  DATE




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             APPENDIX I: Targeting for Waiver Request Information

General: This waiver assures that FSNEP in California will be conducted exclusively for the ben-
efit of Food Stamp eligibles.

In California, we use the FSNEP enrollment form for all Adult Enrollees in the FSNEP Commu-
nity Nutrition Program. This form collects data on Food Stamp participation. Only Food Stamp
eligibles are enrolled in FSNEP in California. This enrollment form (Attachment IA) documents
that all participants enrolled in FSNEP are either receiving food stamps currently, have received
food stamps in the current year, have applied for food stamps, or are eligible for Food Stamps.

The targeting plan contains the list of organizations and sites for Adult FSNEP (Chart 2A) and the
list of eligible schools for Youth FSNEP (Chart 2B).

We are currently getting final approval for several Memorandum of Understandings with these
agencies: WIC, CDSS, DHS, and Department of Education (See Attachment IB).




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                               Attachment IA: FSNEP Enrollment Form
                                 FSNEP FAMILY RECORD public reporting statement
Public reporting burden for this collection of information (ES/255-256) is estimated to be ten minutes per response, including time for reading the
questions and recording the responses. Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection of information, including
suggestions for reducing this burden, to Department of Agriculture, Clearance Officer, OIRM, Room 404-W, Washington, D.C. 20250, and to the
Office of Management and Budget, Washington, D.C. 20503.
                                                ADULT FSNEP FAMILY RECORD
Fill out for each family at ENTRY and again at EXIT. Keep in family file after it’s reviewed by Home Economist and entered into computer.
1.   Participant ID:                     2.     NEA’s Name:              Recall Group             Y               ENTRY Computer Entry ____
     (Assigned by computer)                                              FBC Group                Y               EXIT  Computer Entry ____
                                                                             (circle one)
                 (First)              (MI)                (Last)
3.    a) Name                                                                                         4. Age                    6.        Pregnant
                                                                                                                                      Y              N
     b) Street

     c) City                                     d) Zip                                               5. Sex   M   F            7. Breastfeeding
                                                                                                                                    Y            N
    e) Phone
8. Race (Check the one category you identify with):                                       9. Place of Residence (circle one):
 1-00 White (non-Hispanic)                                                                     a) Farm
 2-00 Black (non-Hispanic)                                                                     b) Town under 10,000 and rural non-farm
 3-00 Native American/Alaskan Native                                                           c) Town or city 10,000 to 50,000
 4-00 Hispanic                                                                                 d) Suburb of city over 50,000
 5-00 Asian or Pacific Islander                                                                e) Central city over 50,000
10. Total Household Income Last Month:          $ _________________
11. Type of Instruction (circle one):                  13. Household Members: Children by Age.
                                                           List first names of children through age 19.
1) Group                                                                                       Age                                   Age
2) Individual                                                                               (in years)                            (in years)
3) Both                                                1)                                                8)
4) Other                                               2)                                                9)
                                                       3)                                               10)
12. Total Number of Lessons ______                     4)                                               11)
                                                              5)                                                   12)
14. Number of other Adults in household       (not count-     6)                                                   13)
ing Participant):_____                                        7)                                                   14)
                                                                             Complete EXIT information only when leaving FSNEP
15. Entry Date: ______________________                                       17. Exit Date _______
                                                                                                                         19. Did your family receive
16. Assistance Programs that the Family Participates                                                                         assistance as the result
    in at ENTRY: (circle all that apply)                                     18. Exit Reason (circle one):                   of a referral or a
                                                                                                                             suggestion from
                                                                             1)   Educational Objective Met                  FSNEP personnel?
WIC/CSFP                                          Y                N
Food Stamps                                       Y                N         2)   Returned to School                          Y                N
FDPIR (Food Distribution                          Y                N
Program on Indian Reservations)                   Y                N         3)   Took Job                                   If Yes, check all that apply.
Commodities                                       Y                N         4)   Family Concerns                        ___ WIC/CSFP
Head Start                                        Y                N                                                     ___ Food Stamps
Child Nutrition                                   Y                N         5)   Staff Vacancy                          ___ FDPIR (Food Distr.
TANF                                              Y                N                                                          Program on
                                                                             6)   Moved                                       Indian Reservations)
Other _____________________                       Y                N
                                                                                                                         ___ Commodities
             (Specify)                                                       7)   Lost Interest                          ___ Head Start
20. Have you enrolled in FSNEP before?                                                                                   ___ Child Nutrition
       Y                   N                                                 8)   Other                                  ___ TANF
                                                                                                                         ___ Other _____________
21. If Yes, did you receive a Certificate of Completion?                                                                              (Specify)
        Y                 N




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                                  Attachment IB: Agency MOUs

                                      DRAFT: AGREEMENT
                                           (9/27/05)
between
UC-Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program (UC-FSNEP)
and
WIC

This is a working agreement between UC-FSNEP, hereinafter called “Party A”, and WIC, herein-
after called “Party B”.

I.     PURPOSE & SCOPE
       The purpose of this AGREEMENT is to clearly identify the roles and responsibilities of each
       party as they relate to the recruitment and teaching of food stamp eligible participants that
       are served by both Party A and Party B.
       This AGREEMENT is intended to enhance the relationship between Party A and Party B
       for the state of California since both programs are providing services throughout the state
       of California.

II.    BACKGROUND
       The UC-FSNEP Program (Party A) is a USDA/CDSS funded program which serves food
       stamp eligible participants by recruiting them from WIC (Party B) and enrolling them in the
       UC program to provide nutrition education. In many counties, the enrolled participants are
       taught in WIC (Party B) agency locations.
       The WIC (Party B) is a federally-funded state program that serves low-income (PL <185%)
       pregnant, breastfeeding and mothers of young children (including food stamp eligible par-
       ticipants). Party B has provided staff time and space for Party A to conduct nutrition edu-
       cation classes in order to assist food stamp eligible participants to improve their dietary
       well-being. Both Party A and Party B benefit from sharing resources.

       FSNE funds being used for nutrition education and breastfeeding promotion for WIC clients
       go above and beyond the two required nutrition education contacts and required breast-
       feeding promotion activity mandated by Federal WIC. Furthermore, funds and staff time
       used for Federally required WIC nutrition education/breastfeeding activities may not be
       used for state/local cost share.

III.   RESPONSIBILITIES – Party A
       Party A shall keep Party B informed of program goals and objectives. Party A shall work
       responsibly with staff at the local office, answer questions, attend meetings as needed, and
       provide nutrition education materials as needed.

IV.    RESPONSIBILITIES – Party B
       Party B shall keep Party A informed of program goals and objectives. Party B shall work
       responsibly with staff at the local office, answer questions, attend meetings as needed, and
       provide nutrition education materials as needed.

V.     IT IS MUTUALLY UNDERSTOOD AND AGREED BY AND BETWEEN THE PARTIES
       THAT
       This AGREEMENT will be reviewed annually and updated as needed.
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VI.   FUNDING
      There is no funding as part of this AGREEMENT.



VII. EFFECTIVE DATE & SIGNATURE
      This AGREEMENT shall be effective upon the signature of Parties A and B authorized offi-
      cials from October 1, 2005 (or date signed) to September 30, 2006. Parties A and B indi-
      cate agreement with this AGREEMENT by their signatures.


       _____________________________                ____________________________




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                                       DRAFT: AGREEMENT
                                                 (9/14/05)

between
UC-Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program (UC-FSNEP)
and
California Department of Social Services – Food Stamp Branch (CDSS)

This is a working agreement between UC-FSNEP, hereinafter called “Party A”, and CDSS, hereinafter
called “Party B”.

VIII. PURPOSE & SCOPE
      The purpose of this AGREEMENT is to clearly identify the roles and responsibilities of each party
      as they relate to the recruitment and teaching of food stamp eligible participants that are served by
      both Party A and Party B.
      This AGREEMENT is intended to enhance the relationship between Party A and Party B for the
      state of California since both programs are providing services throughout the state of California.
IX.   BACKGROUND
      The UC-FSNEP Program (Party A) is a USDA/CDSS funded program which serves food stamp eli-
      gible participants by recruiting them from CDSS local county offices (Party B) and enrolling them
      in the UC program to provide nutrition education. In many counties, the enrolled participants are
      taught in CDSS local county offices (Party B) agency locations.
      The CDSS (Party B) is a federally-funded state program that serves food stamp eligible participants.
      Party B has provided staff time and space for Party A to conduct nutrition education classes in order
      to assist food stamp eligible participants to improve their dietary well-being. Both Party A and Par-
      ty B benefit from sharing resources.
X.    RESPONSIBILITIES – Party A
      Party A shall keep Party B informed of program goals and objectives. Party A shall work responsi-
      bly with staff at the local office, answer questions, attend meetings as needed, and provide nutrition
      education materials as needed.
XI.   RESPONSIBILITIES – Party B
      Party B shall keep Party A informed of program goals and objectives. Party B shall work responsi-
      bly with staff at the local office, answer questions, attend meetings as needed, and provide nutrition
      education materials as needed.
XII. IT IS MUTUALLY UNDERSTOOD AND AGREED BY AND BETWEEN THE PARTIES
     THAT
      This AGREEMENT will be reviewed annually and updated as needed.
XIII. FUNDING
      There is no funding as part of this AGREEMENT.
XIV. EFFECTIVE DATE & SIGNATURE
      This AGREEMENT shall be effective upon the signature of Parties A and B authorized officials
      from October 1, 2005 (or date signed) to September 30, 2006. Parties A and B indicate agreement
      with this AGREEMENT by their signatures.

        ________________________________                  _______________________________
         Signature – Party A       Date                    Signature – Party B      Date


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                                        DRAFT: AGREEMENT
                                             (9/14/05)

between
UC-Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program (UC-FSNEP)
and
California Department of Education (CDOE)

This is a working agreement between UC-FSNEP, hereinafter called “Party A”, and CDOE, hereinafter
called “Party B”.

XV. PURPOSE & SCOPE
     The purpose of this AGREEMENT is to clearly identify the roles and responsibilities of each party
     as they relate to the recruitment and teaching of food stamp eligible participants that are served by
     both Party A and Party B.
     This AGREEMENT is intended to enhance the relationship between Party A and Party B for the
     state of California since both programs are providing services throughout the state of California.
XVI. BACKGROUND
     The UC-FSNEP Program (Party A) is a USDA/CDSS funded program which serves food stamp eli-
     gible participants by recruiting them from CDOE (Party B) and teaching them in the UC program.
     In many counties, the enrolled participants are taught in CDOE (Party B) agency locations.
     The CDOE (Party B) is a federally-funded state program that oversees the school lunch program
     (including food stamp eligible children). Party B has provided staff time for Party A to conduct nu-
     trition education classes in order to assist food stamp eligible children to improve their dietary well-
     being. Both Party A and Party B benefit from sharing resources.
XVII. RESPONSIBILITIES – Party A
     Party A shall keep Party B informed of program goals and objectives. Party A shall work responsi-
     bly with staff at the local office, answer questions, attend meetings as needed, and provide nutrition
     education materials as needed.
XVIII. RESPONSIBILITIES – Party B
     Party B shall keep Party A informed of program goals and objectives. Party B shall work responsi-
     bly with staff at the local office, answer questions, attend meetings as needed, and provide nutrition
     education materials as needed.
XIX. IT IS MUTUALLY UNDERSTOOD AND AGREED BY AND BETWEEN THE PARTIES
     THAT
     This AGREEMENT will be reviewed annually and updated as needed.
XX. FUNDING
     There is no funding as part of this AGREEMENT.
XXI. EFFECTIVE DATE & SIGNATURE
     This AGREEMENT shall be effective upon the signature of Parties A and B authorized officials
     from October 1, 2005 (or date signed) to September 30, 2006. Parties A and B indicate agreement
     with this AGREEMENT by their signatures.

       ________________________________                   _______________________________
        Signature – Party A       Date                     Signature – Party B      Date



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                                        Roles And Responsibilities
                                                     (Draft 3/17/06)




                       UC-Cooperative Extension (insert county name) ________________
                                                     and
                                 (insert program name) ________________




This is a letter outlining the roles and responsibilities between UC-CE _____________, hereinafter called
____________ and ____________, hereinafter called ____________.


I.     Purpose & Scope
       The purpose of this letter is to clearly identify the roles and responsibilities of each program as they relate to
       program coordination and communicate at the local level.


II.    Background
       UC-FSNEP is a statewide nutrition education program for food stamp eligible individuals and families. UC-
       FSNEP serves approximately 45,000 ethnically-diverse individuals annually to improve the health and well-
       being of eligible audiences. Nutrition classes are offered for individuals and groups on a variety of current up-
       to-date topics and implemented by UC-Cooperative Extension in 42 California counties.

       The UC-FSNEP Program is administered and managed by the University of California at Davis. Funding is
       through an inter-agency agreement between three agencies, UC, CDSS and USDA. FSNEP nutrition assis-
       tants, supervised by county advisors through UC’s Cooperative Extension teach nutrition education classes to
       eligible individuals and families.

       UC-FSNEP: Program Delivery
           Adult Program: Nutrition education classes: Uses up-to-date research from campus faculty. Staff are
           trained in nutrition by academic staff on campus and in counties on nutrition subject-matter. Food stamp
           eligible participants (<185% poverty level) are recruited at USDA approved sites.

             Youth Program: Uses extender delivery methods by training teachers to deliver curriculum. Eligible
             schools are targeted (50% free or reduced-price school lunch) for teachers in K-3, 4-6 grades as well as
             and High Schools. Up-to-date research-based educational materials that meet the California educational
             standards are used for direct education in classes. Teachers who are recruited to participate maintain
             teacher-time records for FSNEP accountability.




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III.     Roles and Responsibilities for UC-CE ____________:
       UC-CE ____________ shall undertake the following activities:
       In order to meet the federal USDA guidelines and the UC-Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program guide-
       lines for California, ____________ will serve eligible (insert: schools, agency sites) that has been approved by
       the USDA for UC-FSNEP. The specific activities are direct nutrition education in (insert: classroom, agency
       sites) to eligible participants. Eligible audiences are recruited, enrolled and evaluated as part of UC-FSNEP
       guidelines. Nutrition education guidelines are documented in the UC-NEP for FFY 07.


IV.    Roles and Responsibilities for ____________:
       ____________ shall undertake the following activities:




V.     It is Mutually Understood and Agreed that both programs will work together in ____________ county.
       Both programs will maintain good communication. Both programs will coordinate activities together
       as needed.



VI.     Funding
        This letter does not include the reimbursement of funds between the two parties.

       None of the funds used are federal funds or funds being used to match other federal funds.

       No portion of the proposed Local Share funds is being counted more than once, or for another LIA contract, or
       for a University of California Cooperative Extension Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program (FSNEP) ac-
       tivity, during the term of the contract.

       The collaborating/partnering organization will provide Local Share and State Share Budget documentation as
       requested by the lead LIA organization and/or Network.




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VII.    Effective Date and Signature
       This letter shall be effective upon the signature of persons representing each program. It shall be in force from
       October 1, 2006 to September 30, 2007. Agreement with this letter is indicated by the signatures of the per-
       sons responsible for each program at the local level.

       Signatures and dates



       ____________________________                   ____________________________
                              Date                                                         Date




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                                   DRAFT (4/15/04)


                 MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

                                            between

                 University of California, Cooperative Extension

                                            and

                          Department of Health Services,
                          Department of Education,
                          California Department of Social Services
                          California Department of Agriculture



The University of California, Cooperative Extension Service will participate in the California 5 a Day Partnership to
support planning and implementation of activities promoting 5 a Day messages and effecting positive behavior chang-
es among participants served through the University’s programs. Specifically, UCCE will:

       Designate a UCCE representative to participate in the California 5 a Day and Nutrition Network coali-
        tion/steering committee and CDE, CDFS and DHS nutrition promotion committees as appropriate.
       Strengthen on-going liaison between DSS, DHS and CDSS for federal nutrition contracts.
       Implement research and evaluation to assess the progress and impact of California’s fruit and vegetable in-
        take.
       Provide nutrition education activities implemented by FSNEP and EFNEP program staff on increasing fruits
        and vegetables in low-income families and individuals.
       Promote activities implemented by UCCE Advisors to increase fruit and vegetables in California communi-
        ties.
       Partnership with organizations that provide education and promote the increase consumption of fruits and
        vegetables.
       Explore funding and other opportunities to support the California 5 a Day campaign by working with USDA
        programs, including FSNEP and EFNEP.
       Support measures to promote and offer more fruit and vegetables at the workplace, at campus locations and
        in schools.




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                                                      CALIFORNIA STATE NUTRITION ACTION PLAN
                                                          Overall Goal: Increase Fruit and Vegetable Consumption

1.   Food & Agriculture: Maximize the use of California grown fruits and vegetables in all FNS nutrition programs in California.
                                                                                                                                         Lead Program(s)
            Objectives                                                    Tactics / Activities / Steps                                                     Completion Dates
                                                                                                                                            (contact)
1.a. By September 30, 2005, secure      1.a.1. Working with county Agriculture Departments and Farmers’ Market Managers, de-                               By 9/30/05
     matching funds for the WIC                 velop and implement a time-match documentation model for WIC FMNP.                            WIC
     Farmers’ Market Nutrition Pro-                                                                                                          (MvE)
     gram (FMNP).                       1.a.2. Maintain current participation; plan in 2005 for growth in 2006.
1.b. By September 30, 2005, ex-         1.b.1. Convene key stakeholders to identify what has been done, discuss what is being               Network        Done 2/28/04
     pand statewide efforts to pro-             planned and determine what gaps exist.                                                       (HM)
     mote Farm-to-School initiatives.
                                        1.b.2. Establish Farm-to-School work group.                                                       Network (HM)     By 9/30/04

                                        1.b.3. Develop an action plan, to overcome barriers and fill gaps, that includes local input.    Network, CDE,     By 1/30/05
                                                                                                                                             CDFA
                                        1.b.4. Assess effective strategies used by the National Farm-to-School collaborative when
                                                developing the action plan.                                                                   CDE          By 6/30/05
                                                                                                                                              (DB)
                                        1.b.5. Implement action plan.
                                                                                                                                         Farm-to-School    By 9/30/05
                                                                                                                                          work group
1.c. By September 30, 2005, in-         1.c.1. Continue work with DSS, the Health and Welfare Data Center, Morgan Stanley, and                             By 9/30/05
     crease the number of certified             local advocates to target, train, promote and evaluate the introduction of EBT into
     farmers’ markets serving low-              the top fifty farmers’ markets for food stamp redemption.
     income communities that utilize                                                                                                     DSS, Network
     Electronic Benefits Transfer
     (EBT).
1.d. By September 30, 2005, in-         1.d.1. Identify solutions to barriers in procuring, storing, handling, preparing, serving, and        CDE          By Winter 2005
     crease use of seasonal fresh                promoting fruits and vegetables in schools by evaluating Linking Education, Activi-          (DB)
     fruits and vegetables in school             ty and Food (LEAF) grants and disseminating results.
     food service and campus wide.
                                        1.d.2. Incorporate findings into training programs (Team Nutrition Workshops, CAL-PRO                              By Fall 2005
                                                 NET, SHAPE, and ABC’s of School Lunch) to school personnel.                                  CDE
                                                  Findings incorporated into Fall Team Nutrition workshops                                 (DB, JL)



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                                       1.d.3. Identify mechanisms to increase fruit and vegetable procurement through the Depart-       CDE, CDFA DOD   11/20/04
                                                ment of Defense (DOD) Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program.                                  work group    By 12/31/04


                                       1.e.1. Develop and implement a promotional program for California-grown fruits and vege-
1.e. By September 30, 2005, pro-
                                               tables.                                                                                                  Ongoing
     mote California grown fruits
     and vegetables to the general              Promotional adds ran for 2 months in 5 media markets                                      CDFA         Oct-Nov, 2004
     public.

1.f. By September 30, 2005, expand     1.f.1. Identify and eliminate barriers to access of surplus farm products, using surveys of                      Nov. 2004
     cooperation between growers,               local food banks.                                                                                       By 12/31/04
                                                                                                                                            DSS
     retailers and food banks to get             5 local food banks surveyed
     more California products to                                                                                                           CDFA
     food banks.
1.g. By September 30, 2005, obtain     1.g.1. Explore the feasibility of, and funding options for, a California based fruit and vege-
     USDA approval for WIC pro-                 table WIC pilot project.
     gram participation in fruit and             Met with three potential grant making organizations                                                   Dec. 2004
     vegetable pilot projects.         1.g.2. Propose to USDA that California be selected as one of the ten WIC fruit and vegeta-                       By 9/30/05
                                                                                                                                            WIC
                                                ble pilot states.
                                                 Proposed to USDA via letter, California not selected                                                  Nov. 2004


2. MoU: Adopt and implement a 5 a Day Memorandum of Understanding that California’s FNS programs use to increase fruit and vegetable consumption.
2.a. By July 30, 2004, all partners 2.a.1. Email electronic copy of MoU to partners.                                                   KB      Done1/30/04
     will sign a 5 a Day Memoran-
     dum of Understanding (MoU).    2.a.2. Each partner will write and get internal approval for their agency’s provisions of the FNS programs Done 2/20/04
                                            MoU and email to Sue Foerster by Feb. 20, 2004.

                                       2.a.3. CDFA and UCD will send their drafts to Sue by 4/15.
                                                                                                                                         CDFA, UCD        Done 4/15/04




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2.a. By July 30, 2004, all partners    2.a.4. Sue will provide the edited introduction and all 5 sections to everyone at next SNAP        SF               Done 6/3/04
     will sign a 5 a Day Memoran-               meeting.
     dum of Understanding (MoU)
     continued.                        2.a.5. Programs will edit and finalize and return the document to Karen by June 15, 2004.     FNS programs          Done 6/15/04

                                       2.a.6. MoU final draft presented at June 30, 2004 meeting.
                                                                                                                                          KB               Done 6/30/04
                                       2.a.7. Send MoU document up the chain in partner agencies for approval. Goal: Approval
                                                at Branch/Division Chief level by 7/30/04.                                           FNS programs       By 7/30/04
3. Policy and Initiatives: Work collaboratively to ensure national and state nutrition related policy and initiatives promote fruit and vegetable consumption.
3.a. Through June 30, 2005, posi-      3.a.1. Recommend names of subject matter experts to ensure panel members on the IOM                WIC             Done 12/15/03
     tively influence the Institute of          committee are knowledgeable about WIC operations and prenatal and early child-            (LS)
     Medicine review of the WIC                 hood nutrition.
     food package, specifically giv-                                                                                                      WIC              July 22, 2003
     ing input on increasing fruit and 3.a.2. Attend public hearing(s) of the IOM Committee to provide input and feedback on the          (LS)           and others as ar-
     vegetables.                                process and on the potential recommendations of the Committee.                                                ranged
                                                                                                                                                         Ongoing through
                                       3.a.3. Provide input to the Committee as the opportunity arises.                                   WIC                Jan 2005

3.b. By June 30, 2005, the Califor-    3.b.1. Encourage the Superintendent’s Task Force on Obesity, Diabetes and Cardiovascular           CDE              By 11/30/04
     nia Department of Health Ser-             Disease to promote fruit and vegetable consumption as part of a comprehensive             (PBP)
     vices (CDHS), CDE, and                    obesity prevention strategy.
     CDFA will work collaborative-
     ly on policy activities related   3.b.2. Encourage the Child Nutrition & Physical Activity Advisory Council and the State            CDE               By 9/30/05
     to nutrition, obesity preven-             Board of Education to promote fruit and vegetable consumption as part of a com-           (PBP)
     tion, and promotion of fruit              prehensive obesity prevention strategy.
     and vegetable consumption.
                                       3.b.3. Encourage the promotion of fruit and vegetable consumption in Health and Human         Network, WIC,          By 9/30/05
                                               Services Agency initiatives on nutrition, physical activity and obesity prevention.    DSS (SF, CC)




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3.c. By September 30, 2005, en-       3.c.1. Twelve Linking Education, Activity and Food (LEAF) grantees develop school dis-                CDE         By 12/30/04
     courage the development and              trict policy to include increased access to fruits and vegetables. Nine districts pilot       (DB)
     implementation of local school           test strategies. LEAF evaluation completed.
     district policies that promote
     increased participation in the   3.c.2. Collaborate with DHS California Project LEAN (Leaders Encouraging Activity and
     school lunch and breakfast               Nutrition) on policy development and implementation that promotes fruit and vege-         CDE, Network    By 3/30/05
     programs and increased access            table consumption.                                                                           (DB)
     to fruits and vegetables
     throughout school campuses.      3.c.3. Conduct and analyze survey of school districts regarding interest in policy develop-           CDE         By 12/30/04
                                              ment that includes addressing the availability of fruits and vegetables.                      (JL)

                                      3.c.4. Continue promotion of policy development and implementation through Local Incen-
                                              tive Awardee (LIA) Scopes of Work negotiated with school districts and with agen-           Network       By 9/30/05
                                              cies working with school districts.                                                          (HM)

                                      3.c.5. Develop, test, and distribute the Fruit & Vegetable Availability module for use in el-     Network, CDE    By 9/30/05
                                              ementary schools (augmentation to the School Health Index).                                 (AF, SH)

                                      3.c.6. Pilot test the Communities of Excellence indicators for nutrition, physical activity and   Network, WIC    By 9/30/05
                                               obesity prevention.

4.   Participation: Increase total participation in all FNS partner programs, which will result in increased fruit and vegetable purchasing power among low-income
     families.
4.a. By September 30, 2005, im-        4.a.1. CDE to conduct meetings between DSS, FSP, CDE and other state agencies as neces-        CDE, DSS           By 10/30/04
     prove coordination of direct               sary to identify enhancements to implementing direct certification.
     certification among FSP, CDE’s                                                                                                     CDE
     Child Nutrition Programs and      4.a.2. Implement enhancements to direct certification.                                        FNS partners         By 9/30/05
     Medi-Cal.
                                       4.a.3. Promote direct certification and encourage school districts and county welfare de-    CDE, DSS, Net-
                                                partments to participate.                                                                work              Ongoing
                                                                                                                                         (CB)




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4.b. By Sept. 30, 2005, expand           School Lunch:
                                                                                                                                                            April/May 2005
     strategies to increase participa-   4.b.1. Conduct Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) sponsor workshops that include                       CDE
     tion in school lunch, school                strategies to expand participation and encourage fruit and vegetable consumption.              (SH)
     breakfast, after-school snacks
                                                                                                                                                            By 9/30/05
     and summer meal programs for        4.b.2. Conduct a minimum of two “ABCs of School Lunch” workshops in collaboration with
     children.                                    the Community Alliance of Family Farmers (CAFF) and the Center for Food and               CDE, Network
                                                  Justice’s Farm-to-School coordinator.

                                         School Breakfast:                                                                                                    Annually
                                         4.b.3. Determine status of School Breakfast Campaign and Los Angeles collaborative.                CDE, Network

                                         4.b.4. Continue to administer the school breakfast expansion grants.                                                 Ongoing
                                                                                                                                                CDE
                                         4.b.5. Research current efforts by partners to increase school breakfast participation.                CDE
                                                                                                                                                (CB)        By 9/30/05
                                         4.b.6. Continue support of Nutrition Network regions, Local Incentive Awardees (LIAs) and                          By 12/31/04
                                                 special projects promoting participation in child nutrition programs.                        Network

  4.b. By Sept. 30, 2005, expand
    strategies to increase participa-    New Projects:
    tion in school lunch, school         4.b.7. Assess and implement any new pilots authorized and funded in California per the             CDE, Network    By 9/30/05
    breakfast, after-school snacks                Child Nutrition Reauthorization Act of 2004.                                                 WIC
    and summer meal programs for
    children, continued.                 4.b.8. Assess barriers to participation in school nutrition programs and determine the feasi-
                                                  bility of conducting pilot projects that introduce systems change.                        CDE, Network    By 9/30/05
                                                                                                                                               (CB)
                                         4.b.9. Administer any state or federal pilot projects related to offering fresh fruits and vege-
                                                 tables on school campuses.                                                                 CDE, Network,   By 9/30/05
                                                                                                                                               CDFA
                                         4.b.10. Work with the advocacy community to promote Provisions 2 and 3, which streamline
                                                  options that allow schools to offer free meals to all students.                                CDE        By 9/30/05
                                                                                                                                               (CB, JL)
                                         4.b.11. Provide regional training on marketing the school meals programs.                              CDE         By 9/30/05

                                         4.b.12. Increase choices and availability of fruit and vegetables campus-wide through reim-            CDE         By 9/30/05
                                                   bursable meals, à la carte, vending machines and school stores.                            (JL, DB)




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4.c. Through September 30, 2005,           4.c.1. Provide the FSP pamphlet to local WIC programs.                                                       Ongoing
     WIC staff will promote referrals
     of eligible WIC families to the       4.c.2. Promote use of WIC-FSP pamphlet by local WIC agencies at CWA conferences.                 WIC, DSS
     Food Stamp Program (FSP).                                                                                                              (CC, TJ)
                                           4.c.3. Educate WIC families about WIC and FSP benefits.

4.d. By September 30, 2004, the            4.d.1. Food Stamp access project with California Association of Food Banks meets year-end                    By 9/30/05
     Food Stamp access pilot pro-                   objectives in the key result areas of leadership, evaluation design, media and retail
     ject, with the California Associ-              communications, direct services, improved organizational practices and policies,
     ation of Food Banks, completes                 and collaboration with MCH programs, including WIC, in up to 6 targeted counties.
     first phase of pilot activities and
                                                                                                                                            Network
     determines feasibility of contin-     4.d.2. Food Stamp access with Central Valley Health Network meets year-end objectives
                                                                                                                                             (FB)
     uing or expanding Food Stamp                   similar to those listed above.
     access activities for second year
     in order to increase participa-
     tion by 225,000 persons.
4.e. By September 30, 2005, devel-         4.e.1. Through the Food Stamp and Nutrition Education Outreach and Participation Com-                        Ongoing
     op internal and external collab-               mittee (FANOut) and the Interagency Food Assistance Consortium (IFAC), work to
     orative efforts to increase par-               develop a state plan to increase participation in federal assistance programs.          Network
     ticipation in food assistance                                                                                                           CDE
     programs. Work with outside                    FANOut= convened by Network.                                                             WIC
     partners.                                      IFAC= convened by the Department of Social Services (DSS).                                FSP
                                                                                                                                             UCD


4.f. Through September 30, 2005,           4.f.1. Continue local level distribution of WIC information by participating childcare cen-                  Ongoing
     promote WIC participation                     ters and family day care homes.
                                                                                                                                            CDE, WIC
     through the Child and Adult
                                                                                                                                              (CB)
     Care Food Program (CACFP).            4.f.2. Explore additional avenues to encourage local collaboration between CACFP and
                                                   WIC.
4.g. Through September 30, 2005,           4.g.1. Continue promotion of SFSP participation within the WIC community.                                    Ongoing
     encourage WIC participation                                                                                                            CDE, WIC
     in the Summer Food Service            4.g.2. Include WIC/SFSP success stories in CDE SFSP 2005 Regional Training series and at         (CB, MvE)
     Program.                                       the 2005 annual WIC conference.




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 4.h. Through September 30, 2005,      4.h.1. Explore possibility of distribution of Food Stamp information by participating spon-                    By 9/30/05
    research strategies to link Food            sors and sites.
                                                                                                                                           CDE
    Stamps and the CACFP and
                                                                                                                                           (CB)
    SFSP programs.                     4.h.2. Explore strategies to utilize a “direct certification” process between Food Stamps,
                                                CACFP and SFSP.
5.   Nutrition Education: All FNS funded programs will provide information, education and resources to increase fruit and vegetable consumption in their target popu-
     lations.
5.a. By September 30, 2005, in-      5.a.1. Continue existing CDE and industry efforts.                                               CDE         By 9/30/05
     crease use of school based in-
     structional gardens to promote  5.a.2. The Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Secretary of Agriculture will jointly  CDE, CDFA
     fruit and vegetable consump-            promote school gardens.
     tion.
                                     5.a.3. Reinforce, in Farm-to-School efforts, the role of gardens as one of the four Farm-to-  CDE, Network
                                             School components (farm field studies, nutrition education, food on campus, and
                                             gardens).

                                       5.a.4. Promote the use of garden enhanced nutrition education resources, including A            CDE, Network
                                                Child’s Garden of Standards: Linking School Gardens to California Education
                                                Standards.
5.b. By October 2004, disseminate      5.b.1. Coordinate collaborative training for school districts and health care agencies, work-                  By 9/30/05
     Fruits and Vegetables Galore to            ing through existing channels (e.g. SHAPE California, Regional Lead Agencies for          CDE
     schools districts and some                 Nutrition Network, and larger school districts).                                         Network
     health care agencies.
5.c. By September 30, 2005, devel-     5.c.1. Include messages about fruit and vegetables and appropriate quantities of juice with                       By 7/12/04
     op and implement a WIC partic-           implementation of new juice contracts.
     ipant 5 a Day education cam-
     paign.                            5.c.2. Add nutrition messages, including the importance of fruits and vegetables, in the WIC                      By 7/15/04
                                              Shopping Guide.
                                                                                                                                           WIC
                                       5.c.3. Develop and distribute recipe cards with child friendly recipes to WIC participants.                      Done 4/30/04
                                                                                                                                         (ET, CC)
                                       5.c.4. Establish a link to the 5 a Day web site from the WIC web site.
                                                                                                                                                         By 7/31/04
                                       5.c.5. Develop and disseminate posters promoting fruits and vegetables to local WIC pro-
                                              grams.                                                                                                     By 12/31/04




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5.d. By September 30, 2005, devel-       5.d.1. Provide staff training and staff contests (e.g. recipe contests, team competition, etc.).                          By 9/30/05
     op and implement a WIC staff 5
                                                                                                                                                  WIC
     a Day education campaign.           5.d.2. Communicate to WIC authorized grocers about the WIC 5 a Day campaign.
                                                                                                                                                  (CC)
                                         5.d.3. Explore using the 5 a Day logo on WIC shelf talkers.
5.e. By September 30, 2005, include      5.e.1. Complete field-testing and revision of Eating the Rainbow lesson plan.                                             By 2/28/05
     Eating the Rainbow classes in                                                                                                                WIC
     70% of WIC Farmer’s Market          5.e.2. Distribute Eating the Rainbow lesson plan to all WIC agencies.                                  (ET, CC)           By 3/30/05
     Nutrition Program sites.
5.f. By September 30, 2005, expand       5.f.1. Expand retail, restaurant, grower, brand, work site, and faith-based campaigns, as
     5 a Day sub-campaigns, espe-               resources become available.                                                                     Network             Ongoing
     cially to middle income com-                                                                                                                (SF)
     munities.
5.g. Annually, integrate nutrition       5.g.1. CDFA contacts FNS partners to arrange participation in annual Ag Day at the state             CDFA & FNS          Done 3/16/04
     message in Ag Day.                  capitol.                                                                                               partners           By 3/30/05
5.h. By February 2005, showcase          5.h.1. Fund fifteen school districts and child care agencies to refine, pilot test and showcase                           Done 4/1/04
    best practices in school districts   best practices in six designated areas.                                                                  CDE
    and child care agencies.                                                                                                                      (JL)
                                         5.h.2. Monitor and showcase the best practices of grantees.                                                               By 2/28/05
5.i. By June 2005, conduct a mini-       5.i.1. Collaborate with the Nutrition Network to plan and conduct five                                                    By 6/30/05
    mum of 10 regional SHAPE Cal-                regional SHAPE California meetings in Fall 2004 and in Spring 2005. Attendees will           CDE, Network
    ifornia meetings.                           include child nutrition program directors, teachers, curriculum specialists, public            (JL & HM)
                                                health professionals, and other community members.
5.j. By September 30, 2005, devel-       5.j.1. Design, package and disseminate Harvest of the Month resource kit.                          Network, CDE,       By 1/30/05
     op marketing resources for                                                                                                             CDFA
     school districts that promote                                                                                                          (HM, Network Mar-
     seasonal California produce.                                                                                                           keting Team)
                                         5.j.2. Train state and local staff to implement the campaign.                                      Network, CDE        By 9/30/05




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5.k. By September 30, 2005, evalu-        5.k.1. Through nutrition education contracts, focus on delivery methods and evaluation of   FSP            By 10/30/04
     ate nutrition education efforts to            fruit and vegetable consumption in target audience.
     increase fruit and vegetable
     consumption.                         5.k.2. Analyze results of Fruit & Vegetable Pilot Impact Evaluation Project in selected
                                                  LIAs; make recommended revisions and establish timeline for broader implementa-     Network        By 6/30/05
                                                  tion.                                                                               (AF, CP)

                                          5.k.3. Analyze results of LEAF pilot grants and make recommendations based on their ef-
                                                  fective environmental strategies. Resource: Food and Nutrition Resource List for    CDE            By 6/30/05
                                                  Child Care and Preschool Staff , September 2004                                     (DB)
                                                  http://www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/pubs/bibs/edu/98-child.htm
6.   Economic Benefits: Promote the benefits to the California economy of increased participation in FNS nutrition programs and specifically to the agricultural econ-
     omy with increased consumption of fruits and vegetables.
6.a. By September 30, 2005, devel-    6.a.1. Complete a policy brief.                                                               Network          By 9/30/04
     op documents for use in pro-                                                                                                   (MM)
     moting the benefits to the Cali- 6.a.2. Complete a Topline report.                                                                              By 12/30/04
     fornia economy of increased
     fruit and vegetable consump-     6.a.3. Convey information to decision-makers.                                                 CDFA             By 9/30/05
     tion.
                                      6.a.4. Enlist the California Agriculture Policy Institute (CAPI) at Cal Poly to quantify eco- CDFA             By 9/30/05
                                                nomic impact.
6.b. By September 30, 2005, pro-      6.b.1. Promote the FMNP with stakeholders by providing information to decision-makers                          By 9/30/05
                                                                                                                                    WIC (MvE)
     mote the economic value of the             regarding opportunities for expansion.
                                                                                                                                    CDFA
     WIC FMNP.
7.   Food Handling: All FNS funded programs will provide information and education about food handling, storage and preparation to their target audience. If rele-
     vant, information about merchandizing will also be provided.
7.a. By September 30, 2005, devel- 7.a.1. Post lesson plans on food handling, preparation, and storage on the WIC web site.      WIC                  Ongoing
     op and provide various re-                                                                                                   (ET)
     sources for food safety educa- 7.a.2. Gather information on training opportunities and post them on the WIC training bulle-
     tion.                                   tin.                                                                                WIC                  Ongoing
                                                                                                                                 (CC)
                                    7.a.3. Finalize and distribute online through the California Healthy Kids Resource Center, a
                                             food safety curriculum for elementary students.                                     CDE                 By 9/30/05




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                            CALIFORNIA STATE NUTRITION ACTION PLAN Oct. 1, 2005-Sept. 30, 2007
                            Goal: Increase Fruit and Vegetable Consumption



                              1.       Food & Agriculture: Maximize consumption of California grown fruits and vegetables, focusing on FNS nutrition programs.


Objectives                                 Tactics / Activities / Steps                                                                                Programs   Date
                                           1.a.1. Conduct promotional program for California-grown fruits and vegetables.                                         Ongoing
1.a. Promote California grown fruits                 Promotional ads ran ? in FFY 2005
                                                                                                                                                       CDFA
and vegetables to the general public.                Ran ? 2006

1.b. Increase use of seasonal fresh        1.b.1. Implement Fresh Start Pilot program, SB 281 signed September 2005                                    CDE
fruits and vegetables in school food                 Submit & get regulations approved by school board                                                (PBP)      3/22/06
service and campus wide.
                                           1.b.2. Promote Nutrition by Design in SHAPE trainings, which include a fruit & vegetable message.           CDE
                                                     X SHAPE California regional meetings.                                                            (JL)
                                                                                                                                                                  May 2006
                                           1.b.3. Identify mechanisms to increase fruit and vegetable procurement through the Department of Defense    CDE
                                           (DOD) Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program                                                                     CDFA
                                                     Identified California grown produce on CDE’s offering list to districts.                         DOD
                                                                                                                                                       Work
                                           1.b.4. Coordinate implementation of newly funded Federal FFVP                                               group

                                           "The committee includes a general provision to expand the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program to all States   SNAP
                                           and on Indian Reservations. The Committee provides up to $500,000 for each state to carry out a program
                                           to make free fresh fruits and vegetables to elementary or secondary schools to make available to students
                                           throughout the school day."

1.c. Promote Farm-to-School initia-        1.c.1. Maintain Farm-to-School Steering Committee.                                                          Network
tives.                                              Steering Committee meetings ??                                                                    UCD
                                                                                                                                                       (HM)
                                           1.c.2. Develop an action plan, to overcome barriers and fill gaps, that includes local input.
                                                    Draft action plan submitted ??                                                                    Network
                                                                                                                                                       CDE
                                           1.c.3. Assess effective strategies used by the National Farm-to-School collaborative when developing the    CDFA
                                           action plan.                                                                                                UCD
                                                     Steering Committee working on ??                                                                 DSS




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                                        1.c.4. Implement action plan.                                                                                   Farm-to-
                                                  Implementation…                                                                                      School
                                                                                                                                                        Task
                                                                                                                                                        Force
1.d. Increase the number of certified   1.d.1. Continue work with DSS, the Health and Welfare Data Center, Morgan Stanley, and local advocates          DSS Net-
farmers’ markets serving low-income     to target, train, promote and evaluate the introduction of EBT into the top fifty farmers’ markets for food     work
communities that utilize Electronic     stamp redemption.
Benefits Transfer (EBT).                           X markets continue to provide EBT
                                                                                                                                                                    Ongoing

1e. Expand cooperation between          1.e.1. Identify and eliminate barriers to access of surplus farm products, using surveys of local food banks.
                                                                                                                                                        DSS
growers, retailers and food banks to            
                                                                                                                                                        (GG)
get more California products to food
                                                                                                                                                        CDFA
banks.
Policy and Initiatives: Work collaboratively to ensure national, state and local nutrition related policy and initiatives promote fruit and vegetable consumption.
2.a. Support adoption of the Institute 2.a.1. Educate partners on key components of the IOM recommendations                                       WIC
of Medicine (IOM) recommendations               Numerous presentations to DHS staff, stakeholders, partners on recommendations                   (LS)        Winter 2006
in the report: The WIC Food Pack-               Meet with California producers                                                                   CDFA        Spring
age, Time for a Change.                                                                                                                           (VB)        2006
                                       2.a.2. Coordinate response to proposed regulations.
                                                Educate partners on impact of proposed regulations

2.b. Ensure policies related obesity    2.b.1. Support policy recommendations in Nutrition by Design                                                    CDE
prevention include promotion of fruit         Distribute document widely                                                                               (PBP, JL)
and vegetable consumption.                    Training at SHAPE meetings.

                                        2.b.2. Encourage the promotion of fruit and vegetable consumption in Health and Human Services Agency           Network
                                        initiatives on nutrition, physical activity and obesity prevention.                                             WIC
                                              Work with DHS strategic plan                                                                             (SF, CC)


2.c. Influence school policy to in-     2.c.1. Assist local school districts to create school wellness policies which include increased access to       CDE
clude increased access to fruits and    fruits and vegetables.                                                                                          (JL)
vegetables throughout school cam-             Provide resources to all stakeholders                                                                                Spring 2006
puses.                                       

                                        2.c.2. Collaborate with DHS California Project LEAN (Leaders Encouraging Activity and Nutrition) on
                                        policy development and implementation that promotes fruit and vegetable consumption.


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                                           

                                       2.c.3. Promote fruit and vegetables via Local Incentive Awardees’ (LIA) Scopes of Work negotiated with
                                       school districts and with agencies working with school districts.                                              Network
                                                                                                                                                     (HM)

                                       2.c.4. Develop, test, and distribute the Fruit & Vegetable Availability module for use in elementary schools
                                       (augmentation to the School Health Index).
                                             Module drafted and reviewed by State and national experts. Pilot testing delayed until 2006.            NetworkC
                                                                                                                                                      DE
                                       2.c.5. Pilot test the Communities of Excellence indicators for nutrition, physical activity and obesity pre-   (AF)
                                       vention.
                                             Pilot projects …
                                                                                                                                                      Network
                                                                                                                                                      WIC
                                                                                                                                                      CDE



Participation: Increase total participation in all FNS partner programs, which will result in increased fruit and vegetable purchasing power among low-income families.
3.a. Implement direct certification    3.a.1. CDE will continue to facilitate meetings between DSS, DHS, CDE and other state agencies as neces- CDE DSS
among FSP, CDE’s Child Nutrition       sary to implement direct certification.                                                                      DHS
Programs and Medi-Cal.                       Continue work in several subcommittees.. state level data matching to certify student eligibility for
                                                 free school meals.                                                                                 CDE
                                                                                                                                                    DSS DHS
                                       3.a.2. Implement enhancements to direct certification.
                                            
                                                                                                                                                    CDE DSS
                                       3.a.3. Promote direct certification and encourage school districts and county welfare departments to partic-
                                       ipate.
                                             Presentations to various partnering organizations have promoted the value of state-level direct cer-          Ongoing
                                                 tification.

3.b. Increase participation in Child   School Lunch:
Nutrition Program                      3.b.1. School lunch.                                                                                           CDE
                                            

                                       3.b.2. “ABCs of School Lunch” workshops.
                                            



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                                 School Breakfast:
                                 3.b.3. Implement SB 281                                                                                           CDE
                                      

                                 3.b.4. Continue to administer the school breakfast expansion grants.
                                      

                                 3.b.5. Research current efforts by partners to increase school breakfast participation.
                                      

                                 3.b.6. Continue support of Nutrition Network regions, Local Incentive Awardees (LIAs) and special pro-
                                 jects promoting participation in child nutrition programs.                                                        Network    Ongoing
                                       Network

                                 New Projects:
                                 3.b.7. Assess and implement any new activities authorized and funded in California,
                                                                                                                                                  SNAP

                                 3.b.8. Administer any state or federal pilot projects related to offering fresh fruits and vegetables on school
                                 campuses.                                                                                                         CDE Net-
                                                                                                                                                  work
                                                                                                                                                   WIC
                                 3.b.9. Work to promote Provisions 2 and 3, which streamline options that allow         schools to offer free      CDFA
                                 meals to all students. Is anyone specifically working on this?

                                 3.b.10. Provide regional training on marketing the school meals programs.

                                 3.b.11. Increase choices and availability of fruit and vegetables campus-wide through reimbursable meals, à
                                 la carte, vending machines and school stores.




3.c. Explore enhanced WIC Food   3.c.1. Report on successful WIC-FSP project at CWA annual meeting                                                 WIC
Stamp Program coordination.            Sonoma County increased FSP participation 15% and increase Summer Food Service by 500 chil-                           4/22/06
                                          dren.
                                       FSP Staff attend and exhibit at CWA annual meeting.                                                        DSS
                                 3.c.2. Promote use of WIC-FSP pamphlet by local WIC agencies at CWA conferences.


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                                                 Carol?
                                                                                                                                                                  Ongoing
                                         3.c.3. State staff meet to explore coordination.

3.d. Food Stamp access pilot project     4.d.1. Food Stamp access project with California Association of Food Banks meets year-end objectives in        Network
                                         the key result areas of leadership, evaluation design, media and retail communications, direct services, im-   (FB)
                                         proved organizational practices and policies, and collaboration with MCH programs, including WIC, in up
                                         to 6 targeted counties.
                                              

3.e. Coordinate efforts to increase      4.e.1. Through the Food Stamp and Nutrition Education Outreach and Participation Committee (FANOut)            Network   Ongoing
food stamp participation.                and the Interagency Food Assistance Consortium (IFAC), continue efforts to increase participation in fed-      CDE
                                         eral assistance programs.                                                                                      WIC
                                                                                                                                                        FSP
                                         FANOut= convened by Network.                                                                                   UCD
                                         IFAC= convened by the Department of Social Services (DSS).
                                             The Network convened the Food Stamp and Nutrition Education Outreach and Participation
                                                Committee (FANOut) four times last year, bringing together DHS, DSS, UCD and CDE, and                             Quarterly
                                                USDA WRO, along with representatives from County Food Stamp offices, FSNE projects and
                                                community based organizations.


3.f. Coordinate efforts to increase      3.f.1. Continue local level distribution of WIC information by CACFP participating childcare centers and       CDE WIC   Ongoing
participation with the Child and Adult   family day care homes.
Care Food Program (CACFP).                    

                                         3.f.2. Explore additional avenues to encourage local collaboration between CACFP and WIC.
                                              

3.g. Encourage WIC participation in      3.g.1. Continue promotion of SFSP participation within the WIC community.                                      CDE WIC   Ongoing
the Summer Food Service Program.               Sonoma County increased participation by 500 children.

                                         3.g.2. Include WIC/SFSP success stories in CDE SFSP 2005 Regional Training series and the annual WIC
                                         conference.

Nutrition Education: All FNS funded programs will provide information, education and resources to increase fruit and vegetable consumption in their target popula-
tions.



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5.a. Increase use of school based        5.a.1. Continue existing CDE and industry efforts.                                                              CDE        Ongoing
instructional gardens to promote fruit
and vegetable consumption.               5.a.2. The Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Secretary of Agriculture will jointly promote           CDE
                                         school gardens.                                                                                                 CDFA
                                               The Superintendent and Secretary have met, and CDE and CDFA are developing a MOU to out-                 DHS
                                                  line their plans for collaboration.

                                         5.a.3. Reinforce, in Farm-to-School efforts, the role of gardens as one of the four Farm-to-School compo-
                                         nents (farm field studies, nutrition education, food on campus, and gardens).
                                               The Farm to School Steering Committee met three times and reinforced the important role of
                                                  school gardens. In addition, the California School Garden Network (CSGN), which includes               CDE Net-
                                                  CDE, DHS, CDFA and other partners, met twice to develop a collaborative strategy to increase           work
                                                  the number of school gardens and help sustain school gardens.

                                         5.a.4. Provide nutrition education to food stamp eligible schools by training teachers to do nutrition educa-
                                         tion with students

                                                                                                                                                         UC-
                                                                                                                                                         FSNEP
                                                                                                                                                         (UCD)
5.b. By October 2004, disseminate        5.b.1. Coordinate collaborative training for school districts and health care agencies, working through ex-     CDE
Fruits and Vegetables Galore to          isting channels (e.g. SHAPE California, Regional Lead Agencies for Nutrition Network, and larger school         Network
schools districts and some health care   districts).
                                                                                                                                                                    11/04 &
agencies.                                      SHAPE California regional meetings held in Nov/Dec 2004 focused on strategies for increasing
                                                                                                                                                                    12/04
                                                   availability of fruits & vegetables in school classrooms, cafeterias, and communities. Training
                                                   was provided by USDA FNS Western Region Office to all attendees on Fruits and Vegetables
                                                   Galore
                                               Six SHAPE regional meetings focused on theme of school wellness policies.
                                                                                                                                                                    5/05 – 6/05

5.c. WIC will develop Market to          5.c.1. X                                                                                                        WIC
Meals, a participant education cam-            Y                                                                                                        (CC)
paign.
                                         5.c.2. Z
                                               A

                                         5.c.3. B
                                               C




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5.d. WIC will evaluate learner cen-       5.d.1. P                                                                                                         WIC
tered education focusing on fruit and           W                                                                                                         (CC)
vegetable lesson plans.
                                          5.d.2. C

                                          5.d.3. E

5.e. Maintain WIC Farmer’s Market         5.e.1. C
Nutrition Program.                              F
                                                                                                                                                           WIC
                                                                                                                                                           (CC)
                                          5.e.2. D

5.f. By September 30, 2005, expand        5.f.1. Expand retail, restaurant, grower, brand, work site, and faith-based campaigns, as resources become
                                                                                                                                                           Network
5 a Day sub-campaigns, especially to      available.                                                                                                                   Ongoing
                                                                                                                                                           (SF)
middle income communities.
5.g. Annually, integrate nutrition        5.g.1. CDFA contacts FNS partners to arrange participation in annual Ag Day at the state capitol.
message in Ag Day.                              Ag Day was held X, 2006 at the West Steps of the Capitol with all SNAP partners hosting booths,
                                                                                                                                                           CDFA &
                                                  as well as SNAP exhibit.                                                                                             3/06
                                                                                                                                                           SNAP


5.h. By February 2005, showcase best      5.h.1. Fund fifteen school districts and child care agencies to refine, pilot test and showcase best practices
practices in school districts and child   in six designated areas.
care agencies.                                  Thirteen grantees completed their funding period and submitted their final projects.                                  4/1/04
                                          5.h.2. Monitor and showcase the best practices of grantees.
                                                                                                                                                           CDE
                                                The evaluation contractor, U.C. Center for Weight and Health, is analyzing and providing a sum-
                                                                                                                                                           (JL)
                                                    mary report on the grantees’ showcasing events to determine the replicability of the projects. The                 2/28/05
                                                    Best Practice Advisory Workgroup met April 21, 2005 to review the submitted projects and make
                                                    recommendations for publication.                                                                                   6/05

5.i. Conduct regional SHAPE Cali-         5.i.1. Collaborate with the Nutrition Network to plan and conduct five
fornia                                            regional SHAPE California meetings in Fall 2004 and in Spring 2005. Attendees will include child
meetings.                                 nutrition program directors, teachers, curriculum specialists, public health professionals, and other commu-
                                                                                                                                                           CDE,
                                          nity members.
                                                                                                                                                           Network
                                                Network support was provided by 4 regional nutrition education coordinators and lead nutrition
                                                                                                                                                           (JL & HM)
                                                    education coordinator in the design and implementation of 5 meetings in fall 2004.
                                                Network support provided by 5 nutrition education coordinators in the design, logistical arrange-
                                                    ments, and dissemination of announcements for 6 spring 2005 meetings.



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5.j. By September 30, 2005, develop       5.j.1. Design, package and disseminate Harvest of the Month resource kit.                                     Network
marketing resources for school dis-             Contract with media firm executed.                                                                     CDE
tricts that promote seasonal California         Hired nutrition education specialist to oversee project.                                               CDFA        8/04
produce.                                  5.j.2. Train state and local staff to implement the campaign.                                                 (HM, Net-   9/04
                                                Training plan has been drafted.                                                                        work Mar-
                                                First training conducted at spring 2005 SHAPE meetings.                                                ket-ing
                                                Subsequent trainings to be offered during the August 2005 Social Marketing Conference.                 Team)       Spring 2005
                                                Additional trainings may be offered, depending on need.                                                NetworkC    8/05
                                                                                                                                                        DE
5.k. By September 30, 2005, evaluate      5.k.1. Through nutrition education contracts, focus on delivery methods and evaluation of fruit and vegeta-   FSP         By 9/30/05
nutrition education efforts to increase   ble consumption in target audience.                                                                           UC-
fruit and vegetable consumption.                                                                                                                        FSNEP
                                          5.k.2. Analyze results of Fruit & Vegetable Pilot Impact Evaluation Project in selected LIAs; make rec-       (UCD)
                                          ommended revisions and establish timeline for broader implementation.
                                                Preliminary results reported in “Frontline Report of 2003-2004 Impact Evaluation”.                                 1/05
                                                Submitted results to American Evaluation Association for presentation in October 2005.                 Network
                                                                                                                                                        (AF, CP)
                                          5.k.3. Analyze results of LEAF pilot grants and make recommendations based on their effective environ-
                                          mental strategies.
                                                Internal review conducted in winter 2004-05. Results being analyzed by U.C. Berkeley Center for                    By 3/1/06
                                                   Weight and health, with release scheduled for spring 2006.
                                          5.l.1. Analyze results from UC-FSNEP’s evaluation of 60,000 food stamp eligible participants . Using the
                                          Food Behavior Checklist, monitor changes over time to see increases in Fruit and Vegetable consumption
                                          patterns                                                                                                      CDE
                                                                                                                                                        (DB)

                                                                                                                                                        UC-
                                                                                                                                                        FSNEP
                                                                                                                                                        (UCD)
Local Coordination

5.a. Implement three local SNAP           5.a.1.   Request OA funding
pilot projects                            5.a.2.   Select pilot counties
                                          5.a.3.   Execute contracts via WIC
                                          5.a.4.   Provide support and coordination
                                          5.a.5.   Monitor progress
                                          5.a.6.   Process evaluation
                                          5.a.7.   Outcome evaluation



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5.b. Support CCLHDN CNAP initia-        5.b.1. Assist in planning and conducting CCLHDN annual meeting
tive                                    5.b.2. Provide support, coordination and assistance to counties wishing to create CNAPs.
5.c. Communicate with partners about    5.c.1. Speak at meetings and conferences about SNAP and CNAP
SNAP and CNAP initiatives                     CCLHDN
                                              CCLHO
                                              COPI/PANCI
                                              CWA Annual Meeting
                                              Joint Steering committee Network and 5 a Day
                                              CNC Annual Conference
                                              UC-FSNEP Steering Committee

                                        5.c.2. Show SNAP exhibit at meetings and conferences
                                              National meeting of Networks
                                              CWA Annual Conference
                                              CNC Annual Conference
                                              Ag Day
                                              UC-FSNEP Annual Statewide Conference
                                              UC-FSNEP Annual Administrative Conference


5.d. Provide mechanism for commu-       5.d.1. Work with CCLHDN to establish website.
nication between local entities about   5.d.2. Collect data on existing county plans.
county activities.                      5.d.3. Work with UC-FSNEP counties to develop local SNAP activities




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