Table 1

Healthy ONES efficacy study intervention goals, target environments and strategies
Target Environment Target Strategy
Goal: Eliminate unhealthy foods and beverages on campus.
Classroom ·Exclusive use of nonfood rewards
·Unhealthy foods and beverages from home not allowed
·Fundraising with nonfood activities
Before/After School ·Unhealthy foods and beverages from home not allowed
·School-wide fundraising with nonfood activities
Recess ·Unhealthy foods and beverages from home not allowed
Cafeteria (school meals) ·Unhealthy foods and beverages from home not allowed
·Stop sale of competitive foods during school meals
·Advertising/Mmarketing of approved healthy foods and beverages only
Goal: Develop nutrition services as main source for healthful eating (HE).
Classroom ·Provide active nutrition education (i.e. field trips to cafeteria)
Before/After School ·Communicate nutrition messages to parents
·Provide only healthy foods/beverages
Cafeteria (school meals) ·Advertising/marketing of approved healthy foods and beverages only
·Communicate nutrition messages to parents
·Sales of approved healthy foods and beverages
Goal: School staff modeling healthful eating (HE).
Classroom ·Teachers not consuming unhealthy foods/beverages
·Teachers promoting HE messages
·Reward teachers for HE activities
Before/After School ·School staff not consuming unhealthy foods/beverages
·Reward school staff for HE activities
Recess ·Teachers not consuming unhealthy foods/beverages
·Reward school staff for HE activities
Cafeteria (school meals) ·School staff not consuming unhealthy foods/beverages
·Reward school staff for HE activities

Coleman et al.

Coleman et al. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2012 9:80   doi:10.1186/1479-5868-9-80

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