NSF Scrub Club will host events for kids at food distribution sites Oct. 26 & 29

Knowing this back-to-school season is unlike any other, NSF International’s NSF Scrub Club® will visit two AAPS food distribution sites this month, handing out free resources and prizes to parents and students.

The Scrub Club members will visit:

  • Green Baxter Court Community Center, 1737 Green Road, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p .m. on Monday, October 26.
  • Carpenter Elementary from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 29. 

The Scrub Club is an educational tool for teachers and parents that teaches children ages three- to eight-year-old the importance of hand hygiene and the five steps of washing their hands.

The giveaway bags should contain:

  • Small liquid soap bottles branded with the SC character Slick, nail brush, stickers, tattoos, a card with handwashing steps and a game.

“We think this information is very timely,” said Liz Margolis, the district’s executive director of Student & School Safety. “We will also be sharing their teacher support materials with elementary teachers in October.” 

The Scrub Club website is full of educational materials for teachers and fun animated videos for kids on good hygiene, including this list of activities.  The website also features animated music videos, games, lesson plans, and printable worksheets and posters.

With world headquarters on North Dixboro Road in Ann Arbor, NSF has been dedicated to protecting and improving global human health since 1944. 

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