April 2, 2019

More than 50 organizations and agencies across the country – including the National Drinking Water Alliance - are celebrating National Healthy Schools Day today. National Healthy Schools Day recognizes the work being done by organizations across the United States to ensure a healthy school for every child.

Decades of studies show that children, especially the youngest and those with pre-existing health or learning issues, are adversely impacted by decayed learning environments in both schools and childcare facilities. Easy access to safe and appealing drinking water is an important feature of a healthy school.

What can you do?

Check-out some essential school drinking water safety resources:

  • A recent report from the Harvard T.H .Chan School of Public Health and the UC Nutrition Policy Institute on state approaches to testing school drinking water for lead

  • Our water safety map, which details media reports of tap water contamination. Know of an incident that’s not on the map...

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