Presented by Marie Malloy, National Director, Volunteer & Community Engagement for FARE (Food Allergy Research & Education)
Learn about the basics of food allergy, including what it is (and is not), what an allergic reaction looks like, and how people living with the disease—and those around them, including school staff—must manage daily life to avoid a life-threatening reaction. Register here.
The American School Health Association is a multidisciplinary organization made up of administrators, counselors, dietitians, nutritionists, health educators, physical educators, psychologists, school health coordinators, school nurses, school physicians, and social workers. Our mission is to transform all schools into places where every student learns and thrives.
The Journal of School Health (JOSH) is committed to communicating information regarding the role of schools, school personnel, or the school environment in facilitating optimal growth and development of children and youth.
ASHA supports school health issues that tie to our mission statement, to transform all schools into places where every student learns and thrives, and our Core Beliefs. Read more to learn about our Core Beliefs and what ASHA has committed to.