Be Stronger Together This School Year
We are stronger together in the classroom, so it’s important to reinforce healthy habits at school to help curb the spread of germs.
This academic year is the first time many students, teachers, and faculty are back together at school following the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. We are all stronger together in the classroom, so it’s important to reinforce healthy habits at school to help curb the spread of illness-causing germs. Through Lysol’s Here for Healthy Schools initiative, principals can use free resources to help reduce illness-related absenteeism so students can learn, grow, and thrive together.
- Share healthy habits education: Encourage your teachers and staff to use free resources, lesson plans, downloadable activities, and printables available through the Healthy Habits Program. The content includes valuable lessons on handwashing, germ transmission, and more to educate students on healthy habits in fun and interactive ways.
- Listen to candid conversations from students: Students can share ideas, learn from each other, and be their most authentic selves at school. This year, Lysol captured candid conversations from real students who shared who they really are and said what they really think on topics such as celebrating differences, what they missed about school, and more. Check out some of these thoughts in the Little Big Talk video series.
- Apply to receive free Lysol product: Lysol will donate 42 million Lysol Disinfecting Wipes to help school efforts to keep surfaces disinfected. Educators and administrators are eligible to request wipes for their school district and distribute to teachers. Request Lysol Disinfecting Wipes for your school district by visiting Frontline Impact Project.
For more information and resources, please visit Lysol.com/HERE.
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