In this section, explore successful programs, how-to guides and other creative ideas for working with school leaders to promote healthy habits at home and at school.
Find out how to start a conversation around your school’s wellness committee, how you can play a supportive role and how to keep your committee active and effective.Learn More ›
Writing a letter to the editor (LTE) is another great way to start community dialogue around how school leaders and parents can best encourage healthy lifestyles. Here are a few tips and a sample letter to get you started.Learn More ›
Like what you’ve seen? Check out these links to like-minded organizations for more information and ideas on how you can help your kids develop healthy habits for life.Learn More ›
Explore wellness resources, guidelines and tips and tricks for how you can help make positive changes in your kids’ schools in collaboration with school leaders and other like-minded families and individuals.Learn More ›
Exposure to healthy habits can’t end when the school bell rings. Discover tips for creating healthy environments at home.Learn More ›
Kids who eat school breakfast every morning attend, on average, 1.5 more days of school every year and score 17.5 percent higher on standardized math tests than those who don’t start the day off with a healthy meal.1