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Washington High School’s Cajun Chicken Lettuce Wrap, Roasted Corn Relish, and Peach and Yogurt Pizza came out on top at the 2015 Cooking up Change Chicago competition.
Students from 16 Chicago public high schools competed in Healthy Schools Campaign’s Cooking up Change healthy cooking contest on October 29 in Chicago.
The winners recognized from across the country are those who have gone above and beyond by reimagining the role that school nurses play within schools.
Leadership Summit, July 30-31, Seattle, Washington
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services removed a key barrier to funding school health services by issuing a “guidance” stating that the so-called “free care” rule does not apply to schools.
HSC's new Green Clean Schools Leadership Council brings together award-winning school facility managers to provide green cleaning guidance to schools.
From the kitchen to center stage, Chicago high school culinary students were the stars of the show at Healthy Schools Campaign’s annual Cooking up Change competition
Students from 17 Chicago public high schools are Cooking up Change as part of Healthy Schools Campaign’s annual healthy cooking contest and fundraiser.
Students from 16 Chicago schools competed against each other this past weekend for the Cooking Up Change competition.
Four students from George Washington High School are bound for Washington, D.C., this spring after winning the citywide Cooking up Change healthy cooking contest.
A $1.5 million grant transformed Leland Elementary's schoolyard, paying for a track, jungle gym, a flower garden, vegetable garden and play mounds.
A report released by Attendance Works and Healthy Schools Campaign shows chronic absences – viewed typically as a problem in middle and high school – occur even in kindergarten.
The nation’s education achievement gaps are rooted in a largely hidden crisis of chronic absenteeism from school, especially among low-income and minority children.
This is the first part of a three-part article on how distributors can help cleaning staffs keep students healthy and in the classroom.
Cooking up Change combines nutrition education, life skills, and advocacy, giving teams of high school culinary students an opportunity to show that school food can taste great and be good for you.
Healthy Schools Campaign une el día de hoy a padres de familia, líderes comunitarios y funcionarios de la CPS, para resolver los problemas de obesidad entre los estudiantes de las escuelas públicas.