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BagtheJunk.org aims to educate, mobilize, and empower members of the school community to replace junk snack foods and sugary drinks with healthier options.
Information provided by the Office on Women's Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute of Mental Health, and the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Selling healthy snack foods and beverages can be profitable for schools
Information for Parents and Teachers on working with students immediately Following a Natural Disaster.
Este folleto está diseñado para educar a todos los empleados de la escuela acerca de alergias a los alimentos y cómo los empleados pueden ayudar a prevenir y responder a las reacciones alérgicas a los alimentos en las escuelas. Contiene información sobre qué hacer cuando un estudiante está teniendo una reacción alérgica y le explicará cómo puede ayudar a prevenir las reacciones de su escuela. El folleto es gratuito, ofrece en Inglés y Español, y está disponible en forma impresa y en línea.
This booklet is designed to educate all school employees about food allergies and how employees can help to prevent and respond to food allergic reactions in schools. It contains information on what to do when a student is having an allergic reaction and will explain how you can help prevent reactions in your school. The booklet is free, offered in English and Spanish, and is available in print and online.
A PDF version of NEA HIN's popular Kill Stress Before It Kills You training.
Sports drinks have become a popular alternative to sodas and high-calorie drinks for school-age children. But given the limited amount of physical activity most students do in schools, should these types of beverages be sold in schools?
School health professionals play a key role in advocating for vaccination. This guide contains practical tools and resources for school nurses and allied health professionals to increase immunization rates among adults in their communities.