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This US-based fact sheet outlines key considerations for schools, including what to look for when soliciting a vendor, best practices to ensure a sound agreement, and ways for parents and other community members to get involved in the process.
This US-based fact sheet provides information on how school districts can use their school wellness policies to reduce the consumption of sugary drinks.
This US-based toolkit is intended for anyone that holds meetings and conferences, with four guidance topic areas including: nutrition, physical activity, tobacco-free and sustainability.
This US-based “policy package” features a set of model goals and actions for schools to incorporate into their wellness policies to help promote access to free, safe drinking water.
Nibi Giinwiindawan (We Are Water) is a five module curriculum for communities/schools/youth programs interested in creating dialogue and discussion around the human relationship with water. Combining western and traditional knowledge and methods, youth will discover and share their own stories surrounding the vital importance and sacredness of water.
This US-based tool kit can be used by school health councils, nutrition services providers, principals, teachers, parents, and other school staff who are interested in increasing access to drinking water. In addition, other stakeholders may choose to use the tool kit, such as public health partners, community members, and university staff, to support the implementation and evaluation of these efforts among schools.

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