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Prioritizing Healthy Schools: Bringing an Intentional Health Process to School Design & Construction

Learn how LEED’s Integrative Process for Health Promotion pilot credit (LEED Health Process) guides project teams through a systematic consideration of a project’s health, well-being, and equity impacts.
GBCI: 0920023638


  1. Identify relevant internal stakeholders for school health and well-being promotion.
  2. Establish school health and well-being goals based on the needs of their relevant population.
  3. Prioritize strategies that promote health and well-being, as well as “hardware” and “software” approaches to school building design and construction.
  4. Learn the importance of monitoring and evaluation strategies pertaining to school health promotion, as well as gain a greater understanding


Kelly Worden, MPH, U.S. Green Building Council
Ally Hopkins MPH, U.S. Green Building Council
Andrea Swiatocha AIA LEED AP, DC Public Schools
Jessica Sticklor-Lipson, DC Public Schools
Renee Pean, DC Public Schools
Tanya Eagle, Perkins Eastman
Anita Berger, Principal, Benjamin Banneker HS, DC Public Schools
Vanessa Anderson, Principal, Bard HS Early College, DC Public Schools


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