School Professionals

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Teachers, school nurses, administrators and staff are all partners in keeping Vermonters healthy. Find information and resources for school professionals across the state.

Information for You

Did you know women who have experienced intimate partner violence in their lifetime were more likely to report having asthma, diabetes, frequent headaches, chronic pain, poor physical and mental health?

Many Vermont supervisory unions and school districts have created wellness teams to work on health related policies, procedures, programs, and activities.

Find weekly flu surveillance reports, track the geographic spread of flu, see surveillance data of influenze-like illness, and learn about laboratory testing.

 

Supporting strong family connections has helped to reduce alcohol and marijuana use among youth in Vermont.  Family programs promote healthy family relationships and strengthen parenting skills to help prevent and address youth alcohol or other drug use.

The risk of lead poisoning can be reduced when schools are maintained in a way that lowers or eliminates sources of lead—such as lead-contaminated soil, lead dust, and chipping or peeling lead-based paint.

Vermont’s maternal and child health strategic priorities and programming are informed by data.

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