Twenty Tweets for Healthy Schools!
April 06, 2010 | Written By: Healthy Schools Campaign
Healthy school food, green cleaning, sustainable schools, social
justice: we love to keep up with the latest news and conversations about
healthy schools issues on Twitter. Here are just a few of our favorite
tweets from the past few days, with links to blogs, articles and
Students talk healthy food after a healthy lunch with Senator Durbin http://twitpic.com/1dobj0
obesity and learning: Making the connection to social justice – http://bit.ly/aObdcl
bunny on this year's White House Easter Egg Roll logo is so . . .
athletic! Hooray for Let's Move! http://bit.ly/dvzaoQ
couldn't agree more | Seven Reasons Why the Time is Ripe for School
Lunch Reform http://bit.ly/bQ4G5Y
$ is at risk everywhere. All the more need for more $ for school food |
Local Districts Cutting Teachers http://bit.ly/9vet9c
is back! | New study says a high-fat breakfast could be a healthy
Has the concept of a neighborhood school outlived
its years? Are walking and biking to school a thing of the past? http://bit.ly/bmJMpx
We know but, important to see that research agrees ->
Healthy Kids are Better Learners http://bit.ly/bPbKnw
the land down under… Parents fume as school kids get sick from
often unseen but never unappreciated school custodian… http://bit.ly/dyx5g0 Keeping schools
healthy and clean! A hearty thanks to all!
announces $250,000 in funding to replace PCB laced caulking in schools http://bit.ly/a9oZ1y