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Help Us Protect Vulnerable Kids at School

Protecting At-Risk School Kids
Dear Friend:

I’d like to tell you about an exciting, energizing, innovative, and inspirational event that Healthy Schools Network recently held, and to invite you to be instrumental in the follow-up. 

Environmental Health at School: Ignored Too Long was a public forum followed by a small facilitated workshop that took place last month in Washington, DC. No previous event has tackled the tough question of why “public health stops at the schoolhouse door” and then discussed how to change the dynamic. 

Yet I think all who participated would agree: the most memorable session did not feature scientists or public officials, but ordinary parents who described how their kids had been harmed by environmental exposures at school. There were audible gasps as these women outlined the health, emotional, and academic harm their children had suffered and the parents' own difficulties in getting help or even basic information from public agencies.

It was the plight of vulnerable school children—including my own son, who was exposed to pesticides at school—that inspired me to found Healthy Schools Network. This year is the Network’s 20th anniversary, in fact we will turn 21 in January, and our workshop was the culminating event of this milestone year. 

​​And it’s why I’m writing you today. Those kids need you!


The public health officials, NGOs, environmental health authorities, government representatives, doctors, and others who came together in November are eager to move forward on the momentum we are building.

Pictured at left: EPA Office of Children’s Health Director Ruth Etzel. MD; Jerome A. Paulson, MD (consultant to the Network); Claire Barnett; Suzanne Condon, former MA Dept of Health Deputy Commissioner for Environmental Health; Laura Anderko, PhD, RN, Director, Mid Atlantic Center for Children’s Health and the Environment; and Bill Fisk, Senior Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley Labs (missing: John Howard, MD, Director, NIOSH). 

​Please, join all of us in our expanded efforts to keep kids healthy and safe at school.

The children need you. Your contribution today will help secure the new policies and protections that children need to stay healthy and keep learning.
With warmest wishes for a holiday season, 

Claire Barnett
​Executive Director
Healthy Schools Network
773 Madison Avenue
​Albany, NY 12208


Please join us in our work to protect children's health and learning.

There are four ways to give: directly online at (donate now), shop at Amazon Smile, write a check to Healthy Schools Network at 773 Madison Ave, Albany, NY 12208, or provide in-kind support such as office supplies and equipment, or travel assistance: just call us!

​Healthy Schools Network is a 501c3 not for profit and donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. 
About Amazon Smile: it’s not complicated. Visit and simply enter Healthy School Network as your designated nonprofit. Then bookmark your new account. Do it at home and at the office. It’s the same Amazon shopping experience at the same prices, but Amazon gives us a donation equivalent to 0.5% of the total purchase. Smile!


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