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Phase II 1-2 Years 2015-2017
Phase III 3-4 Years 2018-2020
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Comprehensive School Health EducationBegin implementation of Project Purple at the High School level. Plan curriculum for each grade at the high school level. Review and update the curriculum for elementary and middle school health. Incorporate health classes at the high school.
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Physical EducationUpdate and maintain the fitness center at the high school. Incorporate the choice physical education schedule for grades 11 and 12 at the high school. Complete curriculum scope and sequence for elementary and middle school physical education. Plan quality professional development for all physical education teachers in the district. Plan curriculum for Project Adventure at middle school level. Upgrade boys and girls loccer rooms at the high school.
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Nutrition ServicesThe district will hire a school dietitian (RD) with school nutrition certification and state license (LDN) who will provide consultation on menu planning, tracking allergens, publishing nutrition facts, promoting school breakfast and writing grants. He/she will also provide nutrition-focused professional development to school foodservice staff and teachers as well as promote farm-to-school procurement practices and school gardens for the district.The district will decrease and phase out food-based fundraising at all schools, exempting athletic and theater events and those that enhance the curriculum (culinary arts, special education). This restriction will also apply to take-out items and items sold for immediate consumption. The state law restricts sale of non-compliant items between 30 minutes before school starts and 30 after school ends will super-cede all district and school policies.
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School Health ServicesHire qualified nursing staff for anticipated openings to maintain optimal staffing of all schools. Develop a qualified per-diem nurse pool. Increase the # of nurses trained in Motivational Interviewing to ensure 50% staff trained. Collaborate with Therapeutic and Clinical Services to institute a monthly staff meeting for updates on student social/emotional needs beginning at MHS. Increase use of technology by developing web-based resources for families. Share student allergy alert information with Foodservices for incorporation into Foodservice database. Increase classroom health teaching by 10%. Increase the # of nurses trained in Motivational Interviewing to ensure 100% of staff trained. Expand collaboration with Clinical Services to institute a monthly staff meeting for updates on student social-emotional needs at middle schools.
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Counseling and Psychological servicesContinue to define roles of adjustment counselors acress the district in prevention. Explore community interest in forums on social/emotional issues and mental health. Introduce training to teachers on how to provide interventions and de-escalation strategies. Provide crisis intervention training to counselors and support staff. Counselors and support staff will collaborate with and participate in district-wide work to make schools safer (crisis plans and school safety plans). Appoint a district representative as liasion with Eliot Services. Complete integration of Guidance Curriculum across the district. Continue researching issues with students regarding school refusal and anxiety and develop a plan of action. Continue researching ELL student needs regarding counseling, mental health and transitions.All counseling staff will be trained in Motivational Interviewing. Continue crisis team development and training/management of plan. Conduct community forums on social/emotional issues, mental health and pro-social behavior. Explore the idea of adding guidance counselorts in the elementary schools to focus on prevention, parent education, classroom curriculum in social/emotional development and successful transitions to middle school. Continue collecting data from parents and students through surveys and other feedback forms to improve services.
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Healthy School EnvironmentUpdate MHS emergency preparedness protocol and conduct regular drills.Continue partnerships with community agencies.Complete MHS facility improvements. Identify most commonly used primary care physicians and explore ways to improve communication.Continue partnerships with community agencies.
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Health Promotion for StaffConduct a survey to determine staff interest in professional development focused on student medical and behavioral health issues. Develop 2 professional development programs related to student health needs.Continue to offer professional development programs related to staff needs.
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Family/ Community InvolvementReview and update Homefront Initiative. Meet with partnering community organizations and school based groups.Create a charter and job description for Wellness Task Force. By June 2014, recruit for parent and community members. By Fall 2014, task force will meet for orientation and develop an action plan for identifying three priority topics. Develop and implement Alateen and Brain Injury programs.Group will assess the progress of 2014-2015 programming and work on addressing gaps to implementation. Elect leader of community group. Repeat orientation or host year community feedback session. Recruit new members.
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