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LEED Health Process pilot credit case study: District of Columbia Public Schools

Learn about D.C. Public Schools' district-wide approach to health and well-being promotion with the use of the LEED Integrative Process for Health Promotion (LEED Health Process) pilot credit.

In 2018, Andra Swiatocha, facilities manager at D.C. Public Schools (DCPS), worked with DCPS leadership to implement the use of the LEED Health Process pilot credit to guide school modernization projects throughout the DCPS portfolio. By applying the health process at the portfolio scale, DCPS was able to identify and work with members of their internal Facilities, Health Services, Health & P.E., and Food & Nutrition teams to promote student, staff, and community population health through the design, construction, and operations of multiple schools undergoing modernization.

This case study describes the initial four schools impacted by this portfolio-wide commitment.

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Published by: Green Health Partnership and the Center for Green Schools