It's a SNAP : a cross-curricular, school-wide education program for middle schools
Corporate Authors:School Network for Absenteeism Prevention. ; Soap and Detergent Association. ; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.) ; ... More ▼
Series:Healthy school, healthy people
Description:About the SNAP Program -- Clean hands: a critical issue -- Getting real and making it happen -- Hand cleaning into the curriculum -- Step-by-step project planning guide -- About the national recognition program -- Submitting your project for recognition.
Welcome to SNAP: The School Network for Absenteeism Prevention . . . an exciting initiative that will get the entire school community talking about clean hands!
Whether you are a school nurse, teacher, food service director, parent, student, or administrator, you can make a
difference in school health with this program.
No doubt you already understand the benefits of basic hand cleaning. But now you’ll be able to engage students by incorporating a clean hands program into your existing curriculum — and, ultimately, you might bring national recognition to your school, too!
It’s all possible, thanks to SNAP. This innovative network is a new health initiative striving to bring “boring old handwashing” into the limelight — right where it belongs.
The information contained in this publication was compiled by The Soap and Detergent Association, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Department of Health and Human Services.
This information is not copyrighted and is intended for educational purposes only.
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