Evaluation of Healthy, Active, Caring School Policy-Wellness Action Plan 2016-17.xls
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Evaluation of Healthy, Active, Caring School Policy / Wellness - 2016-2017
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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:Complete a safe school assessment for each school in the district
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Evaluation
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100% complete Sept 2016
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A tactical safe school assessment will be completed every year. (SRO, Fire Marshall, Plant Operations)
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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 2016-17
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SAFE Dates; PBIS at all Elementary and Middle Schools; community drug awareness program; DARE; Red Ribbon Week; Sheriff's Integrity & Ethical Leadership's Development Youth Camp:, CARE
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Goal: Implement a drug prevention/abuse program for the middle/high schools.
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Objective: To select, determine and implement a drug prevention/abuse program for middle/high school students.
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EvaluationBHSRHSDRSBMSRMS
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100%
Random drug testing for all students in competitive extracurricular 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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A Drug Prevention Specialist through the Federal Drug Free Communities Grant. This person worked in our Middle and High Schools to implement
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new drug prevention curriculum, awareness, and community outreach.
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Dare program in the 7th grade
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Goal: Create a safe working environment for students and staff
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Objective: Maintain a tip line to report safety issues to administration
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Evaluation100%
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Had several tips from the middle and high schools that help administration identify and resolve several bullying issues
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Objective:
Review how safe are schools are and come up with solutions if needed.
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All 9 schools have installed controlled access entries
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Panic buttons in 9 of our schools
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SRO's and School Administration reevaluate safe school each year plans for effectiveness
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New Cameras have been installed in all the middle and high school 2016-17
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NC Critical Incident Response For School Faculty and Staff is taught each year
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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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CPR was taught in to all 8th grade students 100% complete
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The reproductive health curriculum is being taught to middle and high school students. This year the curriculum was reviewed and lessons will be reviewed by school administration for the 2017 school year
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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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SHAC , principals, and the K-12 Director have issued new directives for the 2016-17 school year
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Backpack Buddies- averaged 140 participants per week (food program for needy students sponsored by Manna Food Bank)
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Whole grain food waiver was implemented for the 2016-16 school year. Cafeterias were able to provide more choices for lunch and breakfast while still meeting healthy standards.
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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 2016-17 per week
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150 min. Activity time150 min. Activity time150 min. Activity time150 min. Activity time
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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%XXxX
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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%XXX
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Average number of minutes a middle school student receives
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225 min/wk 225min/wk150min
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Objective 2: To provide physical fitness assessments to students in physical education
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EvaluationBMSRMS
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66%XX
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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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EvaluationBHSRHS
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100%XX
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Average number of minutes a 9th grade student receives PE
90mins per day for one semester/This increases for selected students
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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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EvaluationBHSRHSDRS
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33%YESYESNone
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Component 4: Physical Education (All levels of Physical Education)
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Goal: Encourage students to lead a physically active lifestyle and understand the benefits of exercise.
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Objective 1: To train all teachers to teach students to lead a physically active lifestyle and understand the benefits of exercise.
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EvaluationBESPFSRESTCHBMSBHSRMS/RHSDRS
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100%xxxxxxxx
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Component 5: Health Services
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Goal: Provide appropriate health services to Transylvania County Students and promote healthy lifestyles.
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Objective 1: To train one certified first aid/CPR responder per 100 students in each school.
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EvaluationBESPFSRESTCHBHSBMSDRSRHSRMS
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CPR11674119473
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