Keep it Flowing: A Practical Guide to School Drinking Water Planning, Maintenance & Repair, addresses the practical side of drinking water in schools by outlining the steps needed to provide adequate numbers of properly maintained drinking fountains and tap water dispensers in school buildings. It is designed for the people who make our nation’s schools run day-in and day-out, including those within state and tribal agencies and organizations, districts, school boards and local education authorities and schools.
An interdisciplinary curriculum focused on improving the health and well-being of sixth through eighth grade students, while building and reinforcing skills in language arts, math, science, social studies, and physical education.
A school-based program to equip fourth and fifth grade students with the knowledge, skills, and supportive environment they need in order to lead healthier lives by choosing nutritious diets and being physically active.
– Teacher Information
– Eat Well & Keep Moving includes two teacher training workshops that discuss the latest nutrition education and physical activity topics, as well as provide a comprehensive overview of the Eat Well & Keep Moving program:
-The first workshop is made up of six sessions and is designed to run for six hours.
-The second workshop is a shorter version of the teacher training designed to be delivered in one 4½-hour session (with a half hour break for lunch), or it can spread over two two-hour sessions.
PowerPoint Presentation PDF of Slides PDF of Talking Points