​​2015      Wrote 4 Policies for Williamson County School district in TN, for healthier Indoor Air Quality

and safer procedures with chemicals and works in schools to avoid indoor air pollutants for when students are in the buildings. Two of the 4 policies passed 2nd reading on August 17, 2015 in Williamson County, TN. Policies (currently being inserted into school district handbook, reflected the bill we passed in 2014 -  view our bill Pub. Chapter 703 )

2016passed bill for the benefit of people with Asthma and Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS) NIH will post information on their website and send information every year to all public institutions, including schools

- Wrote and passed Resolution in commemoration of National Healthy Schools Day 2016 - Celebrated in Tennessee Legislature 

- passed Resolution for National Healthy Schools Day 2016 also for the Williamson County Schools District in commemoration of this week-long celebration

2017 currently awaiting the hearings of Resolution for this year's National Healthy Schools Day 2017 for the State of Tennessee and also for Williamson County Schools


2009  Active involvement in local school district to help raise awareness regarding Chemical Hazards and Remodeling Projects triggering Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC's), other Indoor Air Pollutants, pesticide use and effects on our kids' health.

2010  Focused further on viable solutions and presented Principal and School Nurse comparison of less toxic products and safer practices. School postponed paint jobs/remodeling projects emitting indoor VOC's for when students are not present.

2011 More positive changes through our requests. Grown ups handling now chemicals in lunchroom of one school, but still against recommendations of manufacturer of product. 

2012  made school officials again aware on persisting chemical exposures of students in lunchroom of one school. Founding of our group.

2013  Successful in convincing school district to protect kids using a non toxic product in one school. Community Event, 11/14/14 Movie: 

2014  Wrote a bill and passed it

2009  Active involvement in local school district to help raise awareness regarding Chemical Hazards and Remodeling Projects triggering Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC's), other Indoor Air Pollutants, pesticide use and effects on our kids' health.

2010  Focused further on viable solutions and presented Principal and School Nurse comparison of less toxic products and safer practices. School postponed paint jobs/remodeling projects emitting indoor VOC's for when students are not present.

2011 More positive changes through our requests. Grown ups handling now chemicals in lunchroom of one school, but still against recommendations of manufacturer of product. 

2012  made school officials again aware on persisting chemical exposures of students in lunchroom of one school. Founding of our group.

2013  Successful in convincing school district to protect kids using a non toxic product in one school. Community Event, 11/14/14 Movie: 

2014  Wrote a bill and passed it on all levels! : 





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Our History

Thank you for taking interest in our website. 

In my journey I learned that the chemicals we are surrounded with, be it in food, personal care, cosmetics, cleaning, building, art products, to name just a few of them, are not regulated and not tested for safety in most cases. 

Our health is at stake and the one of our children is even more vulnerable to those toxins. We need to be able to identify the unseen dangers. Knowledge is key and applying the learned is crucial.

I do believe we are responsible to provide our children with a toxin free and safe environment where ever  they play, learn, eat and sleep and including their learning environment away from home.

Sincerely,

Daniela Kunz, Founder and President

Parents For Students Safety

A NOTE FROM OUR founder;

It’s amazing what we can do when we come together and work for something good.

Thank you for taking interest in our website. 

In my journey I learned that the chemicals we are surrounded with, be it in food, personal care, cosmetics, cleaning, building, art products, to name just a few of them, are not regulated and not tested for safety in most cases. 

Our health is at stake and the one of our children is even more vulnerable to those toxins. We need to be able to identify the unseen dangers. Knowledge is key and applying the learned is crucial.

I do believe we are responsible to provide our children with a toxin free and safe environment where ever  they play, learn, eat and sleep and including their learning environment away from home.

Sincerely,

Daniela Kunz, Founder and President

Parents For Students Safety

HB2049 SB2246 Amended text March 4, 2014
click here: bill was signed into law on April 2nd, 2014. see bill Public Chapter 703
New event: April 8, 2014  National Healthy Schools Day

May 28th and 29th, 2014 National Healthy Homes Convention, Nashville andMovie screening MisLEAD (click on it), the secret health epidemic of LEAD Poisoning in children in the US. by Mrs. Tamara Rubin, Founder of Lead Safe America Foundation (click on it) ​