Wisconsin Tobacco Prevention and Control Program - School Initiatives

Through collaborations with the Wisconsin Tobacco Prevention and Control Program, the American Lung Association and other partners, the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) works with schools in Wisconsin to enhance programs in a number of areas within tobacco control.  

The DPI conducts trainings and workshops statewide, and is a critically important partner in surveying youth tobacco use trends.  DPI scholarship programs also foster leadership and advocacy skills by empowering Wisconsin youth to assist in the implementation of Wisconsin’s smoke-free air law.

For more information, visit the DPI's website (exit DHS) or contact Brenda Jennings, ATODA Program Consultant, at 608-266-7051.

Last Revised: October 17, 2014