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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.
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.
A program sponsored by Healthy Schools Campaign has put the challenge in the hands of student chefs to create healthy school meals that kids will eat.
Healthy Schools Campaign and Openland's Space to Grow program has been awarded for its ongoing efforts in environmental sustainability.
Playgrounds across Chicago are being transformed, helping kids rediscover the value of playing outdoors.
The Marshall Metro High School team's winning Cooking up Change meal is served across the entire Chicago public school district.
As lunchroom fights rage in Congress, some school officials are offering both carrots and sticks.
Advocates for school-administered student health services say new guidance issued by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services will allow schools to bill Medicaid for more services they provide to students.
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.