28 Schools Earn National Awards for Health Efforts

The Healthier Schools Challenge is a is a voluntary certification initiative recognizing those schools enrolled in the Team Nutrition program by the United States Department of Agriculture that have created healthier school environments through the promotion of nutrition and physical activity.

USDA recognizes that changing the school nutrition environment takes time and celebrates both gradual changes and big successes of schools working diligently to help children eat more healthfully and be more physically active. Schools submitted for either a Bronze, Silver, or Gold level award.

The following twenty-eight schools within Lincoln Public Schools in partnership with Nutrition Services received recognition for these efforts across the district and are being recognized for their contribution to a healthier school environment: 

  • Arnold Elementary School
  • Huntington Elementary School
  • Lakeview Elementary School
  • McPhee Elementary School
  • Prescott Elementary School
  • Riley Elementary School
  • Saratoga Elementary School
  • West Lincoln Elementary School
  • Campbell Elementary School
  • Culler Middle School
  • Goodrich Middle School
  • Lefler Middle School
  • Park Middle School
  • Dawes Middle School
  • Irving Middle School
  • Kloefkorn Elementary School
  • Bryan Community Focus Program
  • Lincoln East High School
  • Lincoln High School
  • Lincoln Northeast High School
  • Lincoln North Star High School
  • Lincoln Southeast High School
  • Lincoln Southwest High School
  • Lux Middle School
  • Mickle Middle School
  • Pound Middle School
  • Schoo Middle School
  • Scott Middle School