This is an H3
You can use the following seven guidelines from the CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report: Guidelines for School Programs to Prevent Skin Cancer to help you shape the development and implementation of your own district policy to prevent skin cancer among students and staff.
Guideline 1: Policy—Establish policies that reduce exposure to UV radiation.
Guideline 2: Environmental Change—Provide and maintain physical and social environments that support sun safety and that are consistent with the development of other healthy habits.
Guideline 3: Education—Provide health education to teach students the information, attitudes, and behavioral skills they need to prevent skin cancer. The education should be age-appropriate and linked to opportunities for practicing sun-safety behaviors.
Guideline 4: Family Involvement—Involve family members in skin cancer prevention efforts.
Guideline 5: Professional Development—Include skin cancer prevention knowledge and skills in pre-service and in-service education for school administrators, teachers, physical education teachers and coaches, school nurses, and others who work with students.
Guideline 6: Health Services—Complement and support skin cancer prevention education and sun-safety environments and policies with school health services.
Guideline 7: Evaluations—Periodically evaluate whether schools are implementing the guidelines on policies, environmental change, educations, families, professional development, and health services.