Healthier School Communities – What Is At Stake Now

Posted by: DMI IT | September 23, 2020 | Share:

Since the emergence of COVID-19, the prevalence of food-insecure children in America has increased by 20 percent, reaching Depression-era statistics. One in 4 U.S. children is now living with food insecurity, up from 1 in 7 prior to the pandemic (USDA Economic Research Service, September 2019). And the numbers are even more alarming for minority students, with 1 in 3 living in food-insecure households. To read more, click here.

GENYOUth Announces Opening of NFL FLAG-In-School Coach of the Year Award Nominations

National Non-Profit Will Honor Physical Education Teachers and Coaches Who Empower Students to be Physically Active and Unite Communities Around a Love of Sport

Oct 12, 2023

Podcast: Student Health and Well-being in a DisruptED Classroom

Embark on a journey with the DisruptED team and GENYOUth CEO Ann Marie Krautheim as they navigate the evolving student health and well-being narrative, spotlighting challenges and celebrating solutions in today’s disrupted educational world.

Oct 03, 2023

National Nonprofit to Provide Meal Equipment Grants to Local Schools to Feed Students

September is Hunger Action Month, and as Nevada students are back in school, now is the time to step up in support of students’ well-being. We invite Nevada schools to apply for a Super School Meal Equipment Grant, and Nevada residents to nominate their local school to apply for a grant

Sep 26, 2023