WHAT A YEAR--300 REPORTERS, 90 AUTHORS,
46 NEWSPAPERS, 15 SCHOOLS
Highland Park reporters with their faculty advisor, Dr. Leslie Isaacs (second from left)Healthy NewsWorks is deeply proud of the accomplishments of our student journalists during the 2014-15 school year. We wish them a fun, safe, and healthy summer!  Click here to read about their work throughout the year and the tremendous support they've received from many individuals and organizations.
View the year in pictures.

  

NEW VIDEO SHOWS HOW STUDENTS PREPARE FOR BOOK
Check out this video to see what goes on behind-the-scenes to make the "Leading Healthy Change" books a success. Watch the video.
Student authors launch book
Nominate a health leader for the 2016 book
Meet the 2015 leaders
Reporters help Dr. Gottlieb support
South African school
WHYY features Highland Park reporters


CONGRATULATIONS TO DISTINGUISHED JOURNALIST AWARD WINNERS
Alyse Nichols and Isaiah Outlaw, two of the award winners.Six eighth-grade Healthy NewsWorks reporters have received this year’s Distinguished Journalist Award for their outstanding work for their healthy newspapers. All reporters have been leaders on their school papers and have gone above and beyond in their participation of the Healthy NewsWorks program. Read about the winners.

 

LETTERS ILLUSTRATE IMPACT HEALTH LEADERS HAVE ON STUDENTS
A new program launched this past Fall encourages children to read about one of our "Leading Healthy Change" health leaders and write a letter to him or her. Read these letters that were on display at the 2015 book launch event. 


STUDENTS, AN INSTRUCTOR, AND BOARD CHAIR WRITE REFLECTIONS
As students and teachers pack up for summer, we want to share a few essays and thoughts about the program.
Book authors get inspired during interviews. 
A reporter learns about real-world writing. 
Advisory Board Chair makes health changes. 
WHYY reporter feels privileged to teach students. 


HEALTHY NEWSWORKS TEACHER WINS AWARD FROM UPENN
Congratulations to Aviva Habib, a Healthy NewsWorks teacher, who won a recent Alumni/Early Career Award of Merit from the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education (Penn GSE). Read more


SEE WINNING POSTERS IN 'ACTS OF KINDNESS' EXHIBIT
Students at Healthy NewsWorks schools recently participated in an “Acts of Kindness” poster contest. Some of the posters are on display now throughout the community. Read more