Keeping clean and healthy when you are not at home is important. This section includes tips for students and custodians to share to stay clean at school.
Student resources about the history and science of soaps and detergents, the art and science of bubbles, and keeping a clean world are in this section.
The School Network for Absenteeism Prevention (SNAP) program seeks to improve hand hygiene habits among middle school students to help prevent the spread of infectious disease and reduce related absenteeism. Learn how middle school students across the country have transformed "boring or handwashing" into engaging and effective lessons for their classmates, teachers and communities.
Hand hygiene at school begins before children can read and write. Teach preschoolers about the importance of clean hands with the Hooray for Handwashing story, songs and coloring sheets.
Ever wonder why bubbles pop or if you can make a square one? This section includes bubble recipes, magic and much more.
Kids get dirty, it's true... but cleaning your hands before eating and after using the restroom can help you stay healthy. Learn when, why and how you should clean your hands.
The origins of personal cleanliness date back to prehistoric times. Learn more about the History, Chemistry, Safety, Products & Ingredients and Manufacturing of soaps and detergents.
ACI partners with AAFCS to educate individuals, families and communities about H1N1 prevention.
Custodians contribute to public health in their schools, communities and profession. The National C.L.E.A.N.® Award recognizes those who demonstrate outstanding leadership in school cleanliness, and reflects the contributions that education support professionals (ESP) can make to public health. Learn about the men and women behind the broom who have received this award.
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Clean Your Paws for Santa Claus Art Gallery!
Don't Hand Those Germs to Me!
You + Your Unwashed Hands = 202+ Possible illnesses YUCK!