The Board of Trustees recognizes a strong link between student health and educational outcomes. To promote healthy eating and physical activity, the District will use the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child model (WSCC) to provide a comprehensive wellness program. (Appendix A: WSCC Model) The Superintendent or designee shall support and reinforce health literacy through WSCC’s 10 components: (1) health education; (2) physical education and physical activity; (3) nutrition environment and services; (4) health services; (5) counseling, psychological, and social services; (6) social and emotional climate; (7) physical environment; (8) employee wellness; (9) family engagement; and (10) community involvement. Research shows that two components, good nutrition and physical activity throughout the day, are strongly correlated with positive student outcomes. Less-than-adequate consumption of specific foods including fruits, vegetables, and dairy products, is associated with lower grades among students. In addition, students who are physically active – do better academically. (American Heart Association, 2010, Nansel, 2010, Van Dusen, 2011)
This webpage is dedicated to providing information and resources to teachers and families in the promotion of student and staff health.
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|Wellness Advocacy Council|
|Wellness and Safety Committee|||
|Annual Wellness Report 2016||Annual Wellness Report 2016|
|Physical Education Resources|||