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'Bubble Trouble' Team Hits the Lab for Good Hygiene
Date:9/23/2009

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The "Bubble Trouble" team also created a brochure with their study results, facts about hand hygiene and steps the school, students and parents can take to keep them healthy, allow for more time in academics and save money. A series of posters included a variety of hand hygiene slogans and the theme "Who are you eating lunch with?" to encourage their classmates to clean their hands more often.

"Year after year, students from around the country come up with clever and resourceful ideas to teach their classmates about the importance of hand hygiene," said Nancy Bock, SDA Vice President of Education. "Students teaching one another valuable life lessons can make a great impact -- especially when the message is that good health is literally in our hands each and every school day."

Good Hygiene Through Art and Music

The runners-up in the 2009 SNAP Awards used music and art to help spread the word about good hygiene.

At Joseph L. Carwise Middle School in Palm Harbor, Florida, a language arts class used the universal power of music to help students connect across generations to promote healthy habits and reduce absenteeism while creating an original music video. The students decorated bulletin boards, made posters and created poems. The song was aired on the school's morning announcements and the elementary and high schools are also airing the video. Parents and students also visited a local assisted living center to distribute posters.

Students at Hauppauge (New York) Middle School saw a collaborative effort among students in family and consumer science and art classes f
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