MORRIS PLAINS, N.J., Sept. 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- With kids now back in school, school buildings are back to full operation. While the building isn't the first thing we think of when we look for ways to help our kids succeed each year, it can have a significant impact on student and teacher morale, productivity and performance.
Honeywell helps schools enable a more comfortable and productive environment through innovative energy solutions, which have resulted in approximately $270 million of guaranteed savings for K-12 schools in the U.S. and Canada since 2013.
Fortunately, creative solutions exist to help schools address these environmental and infrastructure conditions so they can focus on their primary goal: serving students.
Learn more about how Honeywell energy solutions can help schools address budgeting challenges to improve efficiency, lower energy consumption and improve the school environment to improve student performance: http://www.honeywell.com/newsroom/news/2016/08/back-to-school-how-school-buildings-can-positively-impact-student-achievement.
PROTECTING KIDS BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL
This back to school season, Honeywell and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children® are also providing a timely reminder to parents, caregivers and educators on how to stay safe in the hours before and after school. The KidSmartz® program helps educate families about abduction prevention, empowering students to practice safe behaviors. Learn more about the program and its Four Rules of Personal Safety: http://www.honeywell.com/newsroom/news/2016/09/back-to-school-kidsmartz-helps-keep-students-safe-season.
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