FoodPrints

FRESHFARM's food education program in partnership with DC Public Schools

FoodPrints is an education project of FRESHFARM that integrates gardening, cooking, and nutrition education into the curriculum at partner elementary schools. Watch the FoodPrints video to see our program in action. 

Jenn Mampara harvests radishes with preK students in the garden at SWS.

Jenn Mampara harvests radishes with preK students in the garden at SWS.

I believe that the 2-hour block of time that students spend in FoodPrints is some of the most creative and absorbing instructional time at Watkins. Learning is seamlessly integrated into gardening, writing, drawing, cooking, and experiencing the outdoors.
— Parent at Watkins Elementary

 

Watkins Elementary School
Capitol Hill Cluster School
482 students, 1st-5th Grades
FoodPrints established in 2009

@CHCSPTA

School Within School
290 students, Preschool through 3rd Grades
FoodPrints established in 2012

@SWSatGoding

Peabody Primary
Capitol Hill Cluster School
227 students, Preschool through Kindergarten
FoodPrints established in 2012

@CHCSPTA

Tyler Elementary School
538 students, Preschoolthrough 5th Grades
FoodPrints established in 2014
@TylerTigersDC

Ludlow-Taylor Elementary School
350 students, Preschoolthrough 5th Grades
FoodPrints established in 2014

School Without Walls at Francis Stevens
300 students, Preschool through 8th Grades
FoodPrints established in 2015
@WallsAtFS

Kimball Elementary School
348 students, Preschool through 5th Grades
FoodPrints established in 2016
@Kimball_DC

Simon Elementary School
300 students, Pre-K-3 through 5th grades
FoodPrints coming Fall 2016

Lafayette Elementary School
697 students, pre-K-3 through 5th grades
FoodPrints coming Fall 2016
*Special Pilot Program*
@LafayetteDC

foodprints@freshfarm.org