Introducing Healthy Schools Initiative: Making Schools Healthier, Safer Places for Our Children

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KIWI Magazine and Horizon Organic launch a healthy schools initiative to help educators and parents bring healthier habits into schools.

KIWI Magazine along with Horizon Organic recently launched, a resource for teachers, school administrators and parents with information on how to create greener, healthier and more socially responsible schools and children.

The website comes at a time when the concern for our environment and the health and safety of our children is growing. Featuring information on natural and organic nutrition, aims to educate its readers about the benefits of incorporating natural, organic and locally grown foods into school meals. Complete with meal plans, recipes and nutrition goals, this site provides realistic and usable information. Additionally, the site offers educators and school nurses a resource for classroom wellness, fitness and sports.

MyHealthySchool dot com also discusses other facets of natural and eco-friendly living applicable to schools, including non-toxic school supplies, school gardening, recycling and energy conservation programs, sustainable school grounds and building materials, and social responsibility.

The site features profiles of schools that have successfully incorporated healthier habits into their classrooms. These success stories aim to demonstrate the ease in which healthier, more natural choices can be made by any school with the desire to make a difference.

Business Profile: provides educators and parents with the tools for creating a healthier, greener school environment. For more information on the MyHealthySchool healthy schools initiative click here. KIWI Magazine focuses on growing families the natural and organic way.

Horizon Organic, founded in 1991, was the first certified organic dairy to distribute products nationally in the United States. The company remains true to its vision for a more organic planet, purchasing milk from nearly 450 certified organic dairy farms and providing certified organic dairy products to natural foods retailers and supermarkets across the country. For more information on the growing world of organic, visit


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