Over the life of the program, Hands On: Food Safety has been implemented in over 148 schools spanning 26 states. Approximately 60,000 students have taken part in the Hands On: Food Safety program. The curriculum provides teachers and administrators with all the necessary instruction, resources, supplies and support needed to use the program free of charge.
Initial funding for the Hands-On program was provided by the United States Department of Agriculture’s National Integrate Food Safety Initiative and the Grocery Manufacturers Association . Due to the tremendous success of the program Hands-On has experienced more than tremendous growth and has the opportunity to expand to many more schools with your support.
Hands-On: Real-life Lessons for Middle School Classrooms wants to thank its corporate sponsors for their very generous contributions to Hands On: Real World Lessons for Middle School Classrooms. Their generosity helps to further this invaluable educational outreach program that will teach students important lessons related to food and consumer education in a manner that allows schools to meet state standards for math, science, language arts, and social studies.