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Healthier Schools for
Healthier Students

The Healthy Schools Program is one of RWJF's biggest investments in efforts to prevent childhood obesity.

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schools were honored by @HealthierGen at the 2012 Healthy Schools Program Forum

There's Gold in California!

There's Gold in California!

There's Gold in California!

Cleminson Elementary in El Monte, Calif., received a Gold National Recognition Award, the highest level of recognition, at the 2012 Healthy Schools Program Forum. Watch the video to learn more!

Cleminson Elementary in El Monte, Calif., received a Gold National Recognition Award, the highest level of recognition, at the 2012 Healthy Schools Program Forum. Watch the video to learn more!

There's Gold in California!

Cleminson Elementary in El Monte, Calif., received a Gold National Recognition Award, the highest level of recognition, at the 2012 Healthy Schools Program Forum. Watch the video to learn more!

Profiles of Gold Award Winners

Cleminson Elementary School

The cafeteria at Cleminson Elementary school in El Monte, Calif., is no ordinary cafeteria. Nowhere else can students eat "X-ray vision carrots" or an "ironman spinach salad."

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Terence C. Reilly School No. 7

Principal Jennifer Cedeno chalks up her students' attention spans—and their academic performance—to an innovative health and nutrition program.

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Healthy Schools Program evaluation shows promising results. Learn more!

Make Your School Healthier!

The Healthy Schools Program works with more than 15,000 schools across the country, reaching more than 9 million students, as well as teachers and other school staff. Learn more about the program, including how to help your school join.

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