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News & Updates

New Evaluation Resources Available

The evaluation is pleased to announce the release of the Walk with Ease Surveys and new Social Media Reporting Guidelines. Click through to read more.
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Latest Statewide SNAPshot

FFY 2020 SNAPshot:

10,699 Youth and 715 Adults participated in 520 Direct Education Programs; 337 PSE activities reached over 700,000 individuals, 95 of which were launched in the past year.

70% of K-2nd graders knew their fruit.

40% of adults did more physical activity.

SNAP-Ed met new needs during the COVID-19 pandemic by: 

  • promoting food access resources to clients
  • increasing social media use to reach clients
  • offering virtual education options
  • creating systems to donate produce
  • supporting creation of new mobile vending sites

Download the FFY 2020 Statewide SNAPshot (.pdf) Download the FFY 2019 Statewide SNAPshot (.pdf)

Regional SNAPshots

Click the links below to download FFY 2019 Regional SNAPshots

Map of Washington State with five regions denoted
Region 1 (.pdf) Region 2 (.pdf) Region 3 (.pdf) Region 4 (.pdf) Region 5 (.pdf)

Guidance Documents

Training Videos & Links

Hand holding phone playing YouTube videoThe Washington SNAP-Ed Statewide Evaluation team created training videos for most topics in the SNAP-Ed Evaluation guidance, including each evaluation tool and PEARS module.

Evaluation tool trainings cover evaluation background, proctoring instructions, and common participant questions.

PEARS module trainings cover why we use each module, and walk you through how to enter activities step by step.


Educators who proctor surveys must watch the training video.

Pre/Post Surveys

Eat Well and Move Surveys should be printed double-sided and in color. SNAP Happy Surveys should be printed single-sided and in color. Demographic Cards should be printed double-sided and in black and white.

Links to online surveys can be found in the Direct Education Survey Guidance.

Contact the Evaluation Team