Please  view all the references for a particular program, or select a specific reference for more information. Come back to check this page often. We’ll be constantly updating it with reports and new references. If you would like to be a reference for the system, please let us know.

All of the references listed below have generously agreed to allow their names and contact information to be posted on this site. Please respect their time by making you initial contact via email or regular mail. Most will follow up with a call to you or provide the information you request by return mail. Thank you.

Cleaning for Heath References:

  • Goodwill Industries
  • Pro-Team Pocatello, ID
  • Target Stores MPLS, MN
  • Wal-Mart
  • Syracuse School District, NY
  • Fairfax County School, VA
  • FBG Building Services Omaha, NE
  • Associated Building Services Houston, TX
  • National Institute for the Severely Handicapped (NISH)

Syracuse School District, NY improved the healthfulness of their indoor environment and earned $225,000 in state aid when student attendance improved. Fairfax County School, VA. saved $100,000 in labor and equipment costs in the first year after converting to the Cleaning For Health Plan!


Safe School Plan:

  • Fran Rodenberg – Principal, Roosevelt School Bismarck, ND
  • J. Sterling Morton High School District 201
  • South Berwyn School District 100
  • Danville High School District 118
  • Township High School District 214

“I promoted the purchase of the 1.2.3 Crisis Management System for the schools of our community through the Morton Area Safe Schools / Healthy Students (SS/HS) Initiative. Developing…fit well with one of the six elements of the grant, developing safe school policies.”

Rosario C. Pesce, PhD., NCSP
District 201 Student Assistance Program Coordinator
SS/HS Project Consultant


“The administration, staff, and Board in Danville Community Consolidated School District 118 are committed to a proactive approach to school health and safety. (The Safe School Plan cards) are in every room and office in our district… They are a tangible demonstration of our commitment to ensuring, to the best of our ability, the health and safety of our students and staff. I recommend school districts give consideration to their use.”

Gary W. Tucker, PhD.
Danville Community Consolidated School District 118