About the Healthy School Air Program

What is the Healthy School Air Program?
The Healthy School Air Program aims to improve the quality of air directly surrounding school campuses by empowering student “Clean Air Advocates” to lead campaigns such as advocating for the reduction of vehicle idling behavior surrounding campus during student pick-up and drop-off times (a leading cause of poor air quality at schools) and advocating for the use of safe, active transportation methods such as biking and walking.

How can I get my school involved?
Contact Katie Cox, Youth Programs Manager at 916-444-5900 ext. 213 or kcox@sacbreathe.org

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The Healthy School Air Program is currently funded by the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District.

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Breathe California of Sacramento-Emigrant Trails is committed to the fight for clean air, healthy lungs and a tobacco-free future in Northern California.

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