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The Weekly Insider
The weekly CHHCS newsletter offers funding announcements, job opportunities, and the latest resources and events relevant to children’s wellness and K-12 education.
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New & Noteworthy
A once-weekly compilation of timely news items on children’s health, wellness, and education.
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SCHOOL HEALTH LISTS
In addition to weekly mailings, CHHCS has also initiated several list servs through GWU that offer subscribers an opportunity to pose questions and share resources with other subscribers nationwide. More information about these lists can be found below.
SBHCNet is an email listerv for individuals and organizations interested in school-based health centers and their constituencies. The listserv provides an opportunity for members to communicate, share information, and network with colleagues nationwide. No solicitation is permitted on the listserv.
Health and Health Care at School (HHCS)
Health and Health Care at School (HHCS) The HHCS listserv provides an exchange among educators about news, information and grant opportunities affecting health programs at school. CHHCS will alert subscribers to important news affecting k-12 schools, articles from leading health and education journals, and grant announcements. We encourage members of this list to share information and network with colleagues nationwide. No solicitation is permitted.
Supporting Immigrant and Refugee Communities
The SIRC listserv is for individuals and organizations interested in improving the well-being of immigrant and refugee children, youth and families. The listserv provides an opportunity for members to pose questions to the field, share information, and network with colleagues nationwide.
To subscribe/ unsubscribe from these lists, simply send the appropriate command in the body of a message (with no subject) to email@example.com:
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