Access to drinking water is part of CDC’s comprehensive school nutrition environment framework to ensure that students have access to healthy foods and beverages while at school. This is an online training series about water access in schools that includes four short modules that will introduce several topics about water in schools and what schools can do to ensure water is available, safe, and promoted as an ideal beverage choice. This module has 3 parts and addresses key steps schools can take to ensure that the drinking water in the school building is safe to drink and how schools can reduce lead exposure.

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