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Schools Cannot Thrive Until All of Us Thrive

The past several months of the COVID-19 pandemic and the systemic inequities it has amplified alongside the recent murder of George Floyd and other victims of police brutality truly underscore the ways racism has affected African Americans and other communities of color. We must confront this racism head-on in our community institutions. This includes schools, which are centers of learning and touchpoints for social support services.
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Hawaii’s Annual Fitness Run and School Fundraiser Goes Virtual

In these days of sheltering in place, many of our beloved social gatherings that once…

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Resources for Schools and Families Impacted by COVID-19

We’re curating this resource page as an online space that you can trust for the latest information and ideas to support learning, health, and overall well-being during these challenging times. We recognize that school communities are having to adapt to tremendous changes in a short period of time and that more support will be needed as students and teachers eventually return to in-person school life.
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Thriving Schools Expands Social and Emotional Health Resources through Resilience in School Environments

A Message from Annie Reed, National Director of Thriving Schools: It is with great excitement that we, at Kaiser Permanente Thriving Schools, are announcing today some exciting developments that will deepen our ability to serve the social and emotional health of school communities.
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Feeling “Ghosted” No More

New educational theatre production helps bring mental health challenges that many young people deal with out into the open.
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Tackling Root Causes of Childhood Obesity

Earlier this month, the Childhood Obesity Conference held its 10th biennial convening in Anaheim, California, bringing together nearly 2,000 researchers, public health professionals, policymakers, and thought leaders from across the country to share the latest learnings and opportunities for championing solutions.
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