Fostering School Connectedness: Improving Student Health and Academic Achievement

Fostering School Connectedness: Improving Student Health and Academic Achievement
July 1, 2009
Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

All school staff, including teachers, principals, counselors, social workers, nurses, aides, librarians, coaches, nutrition personnel, and others, can have an important and positive influence on students’ lives. The time, interest, attention, and emotional support they give students can help them learn and stay healthy. This fact sheet provides guidance for fostering school connectedness and creating a more welcoming and supportive school environment for all students.





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