MT. DIABLO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AND CONTRA COSTA COUNTY LEADERS TEST THEIR HYPOTHESES FOR CHANGING THE WAY WE EAT IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
Mt. Diablo High School students and other leaders in Contra Costa County are audacious enough to believe that food and nutrition is primary to education, not peripheral. Cindy Gershen, Culinary Arts instructor at Mt. Diablo High School, states that “If you change the food, you change the future. Strong science-based nutrition must be essential and central elements of the educational model for all schools and grade levels.”