Francis, L.; Patel, A.; Hasan, A.; Kylander, O.; Williams, L.; Levin, M.B.; Sharps, P.W.
The COVID-19 pandemic had forced schools and school-based partnerships in the US to re-imagine extracurricular activities while schools were closed for in-person learning. We highlight lessons learned from implementing the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Education Program (SNAP-Ed) virtually, a nutrition education program to improve nutrition literacy and skills among children, in a Maryland School of Nursing/K-8 Partnership school amid in-person school closures. © 2021 Wiley Periodicals LLC.