Happy New Year to you! We hope the coming year brings you good health and happiness.
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Tests. Homework. Sports. Volunteering. School clubs. A social life. Family interactions. What do all these things have in common? They are potential sources of stress for students, especially for older ones.
It’s that time of year – the dreaded cold and flu season! And as an educator or school employee, you might be more vulnerable than most people to getting sick thanks to all the students and people coming in and out of the school. But, you’ve stocked your medicine cabinet, have tissues at the ready… Read more »
THANK YOU for taking part in the 2015 Challenge to End Student Hunger Awards! Nobody knows the impact of hunger on students and school communities like you do; we are honored to have you help us bring this important issue to the national stage and to keep the dialogue going. The deadline for submissions has now passed,… Read more »
Whether you are interested in doing something in your classroom, school-wide, district-wide or community-based, there are lots of ways you can help address student hunger where you live. Find ideas for student hunger related projects in this brochure.
The 2015 – 2016 school year is officially here, and you’ve got your classroom and resource closet stocked with tools to help your students succeed. Organized classroom…check! Class rules posted…check! Desks arranged…check! But does your classroom support healthy learning? Even if you’re not a health, nutrition, or physical education teacher, there are ways to set… Read more »
Looking for a way to connect with the families you serve or encourage healthy lifestyles both in and outside of the classroom? Well, we’ve got you covered! NEA Healthy Futures is excited to announce our latest resource — the Take Healthy Steps for Healthy Lives Together Family Guide.
Anytime we lose a young person to suicide is one time too many. Did you know that suicide is the third leading cause of death for youth between the ages of 10 and 24? It’s worse than that, though. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also found in a nationwide survey of students… Read more »