Improving student health together

NEWS AND EVENTS

NEWS AND EVENTS
1/27/16
Steve Sandoval, executive director of special services at Adams County 50, has been recognized for Leadership in Supporting All Students. Steve serves on The Consortium’s Board of Directors as the Vice President. Norma Portnoy, executive director at Kids First Health Care, was recently quoted in a Denver Post article about her work...
1/27/16
The latest news and information related to education, health and wellness from local and national sources. Greeley-Evans District 6 Nutrition Services recognized as most innovative in nation - The official honor is K-12 Innovator of the Year, and it goes to District 6 Nutrition Services, thanks to the department’s work to provide healthy,...
1/27/16
Together the U.S. Department of Education and Health and Human Services released a letter outlining the critical connection between students’ education and health.  In addition, their toolkit outlines practical steps to better support student health in an educational setting.  All of us here at The Consortium are excited...
1/26/16
U.S. Departments of Education and Health and Human Services Release Joint Letter and Toolkit Addressing Critical Link between Health and Education In a new letter sent today to governors, chief state school officers, state health officials and state Medicaid directors, the U.S. Departments of Education (ED) and Health and Human Services (HHS) recognize...

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