Evaluation of Healthy, Active, Caring School Policy-Wellness Action Plan 2010-11
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Evaluation of Healthy, Active, Caring School Policy / Wellness - 2010-2011
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Component 1: Safe School Environment
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Goal: Transylvania County Schools will maintain a safe school environment
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Objective: To complete a safe school assessment for nine schools.
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Evaluation
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100% complete Sept 2010
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A tactical safe school assessment will be completed every year.
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Goal: Continue to integrate character education into all subject areas.
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Objective: To emphasize the importance of character education to all students at all levels.
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Evaluation
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100% complete 2011
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Safe Dates; community drug awareness program; DARE; Red Ribbon Week; Sheriff's Integrity & Ethical Leaderships Development Youth Camp: other efforts
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Goal: Implement a drug prevention/abuse program for the three high schools.
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Objective: To select, determine and implement a drug prevention/abuse program for high school students.
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EvaluationBHSRHSDRS
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100%
Random drug testing for all students in competitive extra curricular activities and parking
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Substance abuse curriculum from Healthful Living in grade nine
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Risky Behaviors Programs (Safe Dates Program)
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Drug dog searches
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Random opportunity drug awareness sessions with students via SROs
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RHS - Recovery Program held for students parents and teachers
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Goal: Provide bullying education(cyber, physical, verbal, relational) to all staff
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Objective: Create a bullying education moodle for staff
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EvaluationBHSRHSDRSBESRESTCHRMSBMSPFECentral Office
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Posted online how each school deals with bullying
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Create online course about bullying for all teachers
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Goal: Create a safe working enviroment for students and staff
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Objective: To review and revise the current local Blood Borne Pathogen Policy
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Evaluation
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Identified areas In the policy that need revision and/or removal
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Send ammended policy to the local School Board for review
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Component 2: Health Education
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Goal: Teach health at all levels with a positive focus on equal balance within physical, mental/emotional and social triangle.
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Objective: To assist students in making positive lifestyle choices regarding all aspects (students presented with tools for
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Healthful Living) of Health.
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Evaluation
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Health education is taught in grades k-9 by teachers, nurses and personnel from the Dept of Public Health
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Nurses, teachers, and a variety of others educate students about numerous areas of health as defined by the various screenings
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Areas of concern are First Aid/CPR, obesity (BMIs)
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Implement the new sex ed curriculum to middle and high school students
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Component 3: School Meals and Nutrition
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Goal: Development of a coordinated school meal and nutrition program
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Objective To encourage students and employees about making healthful eating and good nutrition a priority for life
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Evaluation
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Development of food policy -100%
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Annual nutritional education - 100% complete for 2011
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Nutrition Committee was formed 2006-2007 to assist as an advisory committee to provide input regarding nutritional issues. (Still functioning 2010)
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Universal breakfast - 100% complete for 2011 and still functioning
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Back Pack Buddies- averaged 140 participants per week (food program for needy students sponsored by Manna Food Bank)
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Fresh Friut and Vegetable Program
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Component 4: Physical Education (Elementary Schools)
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Goal: Encourage students to lead a physically active lifestyle in and out of school through regular exercise.
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Objective 1: To consider providing 100% of students 150 minutes/week of physical education by a certified physical educator
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EvaluationBESPFSRESTCH
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100% consideration110100120200
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Average number of minutes an elementary school student receives as of 2011 per week
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150 min. Recess150 min. Activity time50 min. Activity time75 min. Intramurals 100 min. Recess
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Objective 2: To provide physical fitness assessments to students in physical education
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EvaluationBESPFSRESTCH
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100%Fitness TrackerPres. ChallengePres. ChallengePres. ChallengeALL Elmentary and Middle Schools
will be moving
to Fitnessgram
2011-12
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Objective 3: To consider providing 100% of students an additional 20 minutes of activity time/day
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EvaluationBESPFSRESTCH
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100%XXXX
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Average number of minutes an elementary school student receives
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(See objective 1)
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Component 4: Physical Education (Middle Schools)
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Goal: Encourage students to lead a physically active lifestyle in and out of school through regular exercise
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Objective 1: To consider providing 100% of students 225 minutes/week of physical education by a certified physical educator
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EvaluationBMSRMSDRS-Project Rebound
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100%XXNo
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Average number of minutes a middle school student receives
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225min/wk 225min/wk200min /wk
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450 min/wk for selected students
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Objective 2: To provide physical fitness assessments to students in physical education
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EvaluationBMSRMSDRS-Project Rebound - students only
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67%Pres. ChallengePres. ChallengeNone
Fitnessgram 2011-12
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Component 4: Physical Education (High Schools grade 9)
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Goal: Encourage students to lead a physically active lifestyle in and out of school through regular exercise
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Objective 1: To consider providing 100% of 9th grade students 225 minutes/week of physical education
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EvaluationBHSRHSDRS
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100%XXX (Project Rebound students only)
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Average number of minutes a 9th grade student receives PE
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100%270min/wk- 1 or 2 semester250min/wk - 1 or 2 semesterHigh School- (Project Rebound students only -450 min/wk 45 days)
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Objective 2: To teach lifetime activities
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EvaluationBHSRHSDRS
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100%XXX
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Objective 3: To provide physical fitness assessments to students in physical education
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