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Healthy Schools, Healthy People It's a SNAP!

Healthy School Healthy People in-school handwashing award program

The "Healthy Schools, Healthy People" handwashing program is a joint initiative of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Cleaning Institute. The School Network for Absenteeism Prevention (SNAP) program seeks to improve hand hygiene habits among students to help prevent the spread of infectious disease and reduce related absenteeism. SNAP is a grassroots, education-based effort to improve health by making hand cleaning an integral part of the school day.

Congratulations Kittitas Secondary School FCCLA, 2018 National Award Recipient

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A group of Kittitas (WA) students who used their school mascot Paws to help teach their classmates about good hand hygiene behaviors. They created a poster and video about handwashing tips that creatively employed the school’s fight song to remind students to wash for 20 seconds, developed educational content for students in younger grades and recorded a local radio public service announcement on how handwashing contributes to reducing the spread of communicable diseases. Learn about the Kittitas project

 


Earn cash for your FCCLA Chapter

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) chapters from Minnesota and Montana have earned the Healthy Schools, Healthy People National Award for the last three out of five years. Click here to see how you can make this handwashing program can be your next FCCLA chapter project!

SNAP FCCLA Postcard