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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.
Four Chicago elementary schools are receiving new schoolyards this month as part of the multi-sector Space to Grow: Greening Chicago Schoolyards initiative.
For food sold within schools but outside the cafeteria line, change is coming.
Five Chicago Public School principals and three parent leaders were honored at Healthy Schools Campaign’s Change for Good Luncheon.
Meet the winners of Healthy Schools Campaign's inaugural School Nurse Leadership Award.
First Lady Michelle Obama Announces New Efforts to Support Healthy School Food
WGN's Amy Rutledge reports live from Chicago's Cooking up Change competition.
George Leland Elementary School received a total makeover of its outdoor facilities thanks to Space to Grow, which brings schools and communities newly designed outdoor spaces that inspire more physical fitness and boosts the environment.
ABC 7 news features HSC CEO Rochelle Davis and the team from Washington High School as they prepare for Chicago's annual Cooking up Change contest.
Healthy Schools Campaign enters its eighth year of Cooking Up Change; a competition where high school students -- a la Iron Chef -- create nutritious and delicious school lunches.
The 845 students that attend Morrill Math & Science Elementary School will have plenty to do during recess with their redesigned schoolyard.
Weekly school food podcast features Cooking up Change, Healthy Schools Campaign's national healthy cooking contest for high school culinary students.
In a trend that children's health advocates are seeking to promote, a growing number of states and school systems are integrating health metrics into their school improvement goals.
Chicago kids and students across the country will be starting the 2014-15 school year with new changes to the school lunch program.