The NAP SACC program partners with state-trained child care health consultants who work with early childhood programs to improve nutrition and physical activity practices and policies. Smart Start introduced NAP SACC in November 2007 with the intention that participating centers would demonstrate improvement in nutritional and physical activity practices as measured by NAP SACC data gathered before and after the program.

Read the October 2009 Evaluation of Smart Start’s NAP SACC program.
Visit the NAP SACC website.

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