October is National Farm to School Month! This fact sheet offers an overview of National Farm to School Month and ideas for celebrating and taking action in your community.
This fact sheet describes key steps to ensure your program is well positioned for funding, provides ideas for where to look for funding, and highlights the breadth of funding sources that programs from around the country are currently accessing.
A new infobrief provides information for Safe Routes to School staff, volunteers, or program leaders on how to plan and develop a program that considers and meets the needs of students with disabilities.
This infobrief describes the benefits of Safe Routes to School for students with disabilities, strategies for including students with disabilities within the six E’s of Safe Routes to School, important components of inclusive Safe Routes to School programming, considerations for students with different kinds of disabilities, and ways to partner and build your resources.”
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Share this infographic widely and use it as an example when talking to your members of Congress and other policymakers about the importance of strong public health funding.
These infographics can be used for Complete Streets education and advocacy.
This infographic on district wellness policies can help champions communicate about policy.
Check out this infographic on the power of procurement in developing just food systems.
Drinking Water Safety in Schools graphically shows where lead can enter tap water in schools and provides an overview of steps to take to ensure tap water safety.
Effective Access to Water in Schools uses a visual to show nine ways water can be provided and promoted in a school cafeteria.