The realities of working and parenting have meant that many schools are stepping up to provide more basic health and nutrition-related services for families. Below are recommendations and background materials prepared by Summit advocates working to ensure that students are healthy and ready to learn.
Full-Service Community Schools
Prepared by Jennifer Peck, Executive Director, Partnership for Children and Youth
School Health and Support Services
Prepared by Serena Clayton, Executive Director, California School Health Centers Association
Prepared by Ken Hecht, Executive Director, California Food Policy Advocates
Prepared by Jennifer Richard, Policy Director, California Center for Public Health Advocacy