Healthy Schools

Diverse group of young children standing in front of school


CPHSS is a key partner on this $1.1 million dollar grant, awarded to the For the Sake of All project through the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Applied Research and Translation work area, a part of its Together for Healthy and Successful Schools initiative. The project team will work with two high-need St. Louis area school districts (Normandy and St. Louis Public Schools) to determine the key relationships, messages, and systems necessary to make schools healthy environments for learning and development. Led by Jason Purnell (Health Equity Works) and Co-Director Nikole Lobb Dougherty (CPHSS), our team at Washington University and our partners will develop a toolkit detailing the human and systems components required to implement the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child model to advance school health. To read more, visit the Source.

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Staff Contact:
Nikole Lobb Dougherty, Brown School Evaluation Center

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