Share Student Work With Us

How to Submit Writing, Illustrations, and Other Materials

We would love for your students—wherever they live—to become Healthy NewsWorks correspondents. They can write a blog entry, illustrate, photograph, or create a video, game, or poem. They can choose almost any topic that is focused broadly on health such as: How does playing a sport make you feel? How do you stay cool on a hot day? What are the traits of a good friend?   

If your students use facts to support their written work or illustrations (always a good writing practice), they should include the web links or references that show where they got the information. Please send your students’ work to editor@healthynewsworks.org.

We know how proud our students are when their work is published. Thank you, in advance, for supporting your students. If you have any questions, please contact Healthy NewsWorks program manager Mia Blitstein at mblitstein@healthynewsworks.org.  

Permission to share student work

Healthy NewsWorks offers programs that develop student literacy skills and enhance health knowledge for elementary and middle school students. With the consent of a parent or guardian, we may share your student’s work through our health newspapers, website, social media, e-newsletters, and other communications.

Find the form below to complete and send to us to grant permission for such use of student work.

Since 2003, Healthy NewsWorks has been empowering elementary and middle school students to become researchers, writers, and confident communicators who advance health understanding and literacy through their factual publications and digital media.