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Resources for the Return to School

As schools re-open their doors to students and educators, we are here to support you with new resources to help prevent COVID-19. Be sure to bookmark and share our Parent Resources and School Resources web pages, which include fact sheets, social media messages, videos, and audio tools specifically designed for Native American communities.

Here are some of our favorite resources for school reopening:

New School Safety Video

Brand New! This animated, two-minute School Safety Video emphasizes the importance of creating safe opportunities to return to in-person learning by using a layered approach to COVID-19 prevention, including the practices of wearing masks and in-school COVID-19 testing.  

Other New Materials to Keep You Informed

Partner Resources

Community Protectors follows the same characters of the Eagle Books in a 20-page hybrid story and coloring book. Popular for over 15 years with American Indian and Alaska Native children and educators, the Eagle Books help promote healthy eating, physical activity, and awareness of type 2 diabetes. Culturally relevant stories and activities with relatable characters engage children in considering healthy choices, often passing on messages to their family and friends in the storytelling tradition. Download your copy here.
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