Our 2015 Award Winners

 

The Alliance works with schools, companies, community organizations, healthcare professionals and families to build healthier environments for children where they live, learn and play. Each year, we recognize the significant efforts put forth by these groups at our annual Leaders Summit in Washington, DC. Read on to learn how just a few of these schools, sites and companies are making a difference in child health.

 

Award-Winning Schools Around the Country

 

These schools have met the Healthy Schools Program’s rigorous standards for healthy school food, physical activity, employee wellness and wellness policies.

 


Meet the Champions Behind 10 of the Healthiest Schools in the Nation

 

These 10 schools have met or exceeded rigorous standards for school health policies and practices to earn our National Healthy Schools Gold Award. See how they made it happen.

 
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Atherton Elementary
Tim Hanifan sets a healthy example in Michigan.

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Beech Bluff Elementary
Daphne Johnson builds a healthy community in Tennessee.

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Bluff Park Elementary
Beth Uhlman laces up in Alabama.

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DeSoto Trail Elementary
Randy Baez gets students active in Florida.

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Edward A. Reynolds West Side High
Jean McTavish creates role models for health in New York.

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James Bowie Elementary
Sharon Foster focuses on sustainability in Texas.

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John M. Sexton Elementary
Jennifer Velez makes health accessible in Florida.

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Margaret B. Henderson Elementary
Ida Escobedo creates first line of defense for health in Texas.

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South Elementary
Scott Nelson connects active bodies and minds in Tennessee.

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Spout Springs School of Enrichment
Tom Adam supports healthy fundraisers in Georgia.

 

Program Funders

 

The Alliance launched its Healthy Schools Program in 2006 with funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Today, the Program’s work with more than 30,000 schools nationwide is supported by funders from across the country.

 

   

 

 

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