Helpful Links: Check out these other helpful links about other programs happening in Missoula:
MyPlate.gov is a USDA program outlining nutritional guidelines for fruits, vegetables, grains, protein, and dairy.
CATCH (Coordinated Approach to Child Health) is a national program designed to encourage healthier lifestyles by nutrition education, physical activity, and healthy classroom environments for children.
Items on the MCPS menu are identified as CATCH “Go, Slow and Whoa” foods.
Let’s Move! Missoula is a program designed to encourage a healthier lifestyle for kids in Missoula through nutrition, physical activity and school involvement.
Graduation Matters Missoula Student Wellness is a campaign to encourage continued education through high school and college. The Student Wellness subcommittee focuses on the health and wellness of MCPS students.
Smart Snacks in Schools is the new USDA criteria to bring healthier food into schools nationwide.
We partner with Montana State University’s Department of Health and Human Development to host a number of dietetic interns for a week at a time. Interns experience school food service production first hand and get a glimpse into food service management.