What can we do to expand student health and wellness right now?

As we approach the one-year mark of COVID-19, school closing and disrupted life, education and community stakeholders are convening to develop solutions, participate in dialogue and discussion, and develop personal action plans for their communities to:

  • Establish and nurture the whole-child mindset and develop solutions to address inequalities through collaboration and cross-functional relationships.

  • Envision post-pandemic solutions to support continued healthier school community growth.

  • Emphasize the value of partnerships to create and fund healthier school communities.

What you will gain:

  • New thinking and perspectives about how to meet the diverse and multi-faceted needs of children, especially in a time of great change and challenges.

  • Ideas, connections, commitments to action, and a renewed sense of purpose and confidence.

  • Your own short- and long-term action plans for expanding on your healthier school community.

Who should attend:

  • School Nutrition Professionals
  • Educators and School Leaders
  • School Health, Wellness and Nutrition Leaders
  • Health and Public Health Leaders
  • Food, Sustainability and Agriculture Business Community
  • Community-based Education Leaders
  • Students and Youth Leaders
  • Parents
  • Civic Leaders
  • Corporate and Business Leaders

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Session 1
The Power to Transform Communities

Session 2
Profiles in Community Power: Building a People-Centered Movement

Session 3
Profiles in Community Power: 
Multi-Issue and Multi-Racial Organizing

Session 4
The Power to Change Policies and Systems

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