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August 19, 215


Summer is drawing to a close. Schools are already open in some states. When your school reopens, will the learning environment be ready for all children?

If school was renovated or repaired, have the dust and debris been cleaned up? Are new material and paint fumes gone?  Was the ventilation kept running during the summer to help prevent moisture from allowing molds to grow indoors?

TIP: Visit your child’s school before the first day, or visit now if your child is coming home with new health symptoms like coughs, headaches or trouble breathing. First, clean has no odor; if you see or smell new construction or harsh cleaning products, say something; if you see or smell molds or dampness, say something. Follow up the same day with a short email to the Principal.

There’s an App for That!  And kudos to US EPA.  EPA has introduced a mobile app designed to assess the indoor air quality at schools and provides access to their Indoor Air Tools for Schools Action Kit. The tool will help identify and prioritize IAQ improvements district wide. (US EPA)  


Lauren Jesmer
​Program Manager
Healthy Schools Network, Inc.


Kids' Health & Safety at School

Pasco, Florida- Flooding forces children in summer programs to relocate. (Tampa Bay Times)

Hartford, Connecticut- Clark Elementary's students have been displaced because of PCB contamination and now, due to budget cuts, the CREC will not return as a management partner. (Hartford Courant)

Research continually shows teens naturally fall asleep later, around 11 pm, and require 8-9 hours of sleep in order to be healthy, physically and mentally. Despite recommendations to move school start times to 8:30 am, the CDC finds that the majority of schools still start too early. (Inquisitr)


Health & Kids

Maine- Experts warn that lead is still "the number one health hazard to children." The law only require remediation after a child is poisoned, so children are often used like "canaries in the mines" one official said. (Pine Tree Watch Dog)

Recent wildfires have destroyed buildings, displaced families, and delayed schools. (Hawaii News Now) The smoke can even pose a health risk to people hundreds and thousands of miles away. Children are especially at risk. (On Earth)

Obama recently announced the Clean Power Plan—an ambitious set of regulations intended to combat climate change. (Wired) If it goes into effect, this plan could mean a healthier and safer planet for children. (Huffington Post)

Colorado- About 1 million gallons of wastewater from an abandoned mine began spilling into the Animas River when a cleanup crew supervised by the EPA accidentally breached a debris dam inside the mine. Health officials say heavy metals in the water may impact the health of wildlife and residents for many years to come. (CNN)


Green Cleaning

Experts agree that antimicrobial or antibacterial soaps are no more effective than traditional soap and that the chemicals in these products may cause more harm than good. (Clean Link)

The chemical industry benefits from confusing labels on products. With more products claiming to be green, it becomes harder to find out what is real and what is not. See ou​r Green Cleaning & Healthy Products website and find out more about REAL green cleaning products.

Toxic Products

Artificial colorings have been linked to numerous health issues including obesity and attention problems. Recently, six major brands have announced that they will remove artificial chemicals from their products. (Time)

Upcoming Events

Free Webinar: Operation Report Card
Collaborative for High Performance Schools
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
11:00am - 12:00pm

Pollution Solution: Improving IAQ Through Source Control
​Final installment of the IAQ Master Class Professional Training Webinar Series
Thu, Sep 17, 2015
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM EDT

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