NVUSD 2017-20 Wellness Implementation Plan
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NVUSD 2017-2020 Wellness Implementation Plan
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LCAP
PolicyGoal I
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Wellness ComponentLeadContactNot StartedIn ProgressDoneYear 1Year 2Year 3
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4.0BP 5030 AR 50301. Promote a healthy lifestyle and health literacy for students through quality nutrition/health education to make health-enhancing choices and avoid behaviors and eating that can damage health and well-beingNutrition Education and Promotion of a Healthy Lifestyle for Students
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1Provide K-12 comprehensive health education curriculum consistent with state curriculum frameworks and content standards to provide knowledge and skills
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2Integrate nutrition education into core academic subjects and other school initiatives (e.g., Harvest of the Month) offered before, during and after school program including cafeteria-based nutrition education and developmentally appropriate/culturally relevant activities (e.g., direct instruction, demonstration, menu planning, farm/garden visits, etc.)
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3Provide professional development related to prevention of eating disorders and promotion of positive body image and self-esteem
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4Provide engaging developmentally appropriate and culturally relevant activities
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5Provide cafeteria based nutrition education and promotion and link with school meal programs
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6Provide health educational reinforcement through public involvement
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7Create and distribute informational brochure outlining nutritional guidelines and standards for classroom parties, fundraisers, food and beverages sold at stores, to parents, teachers and community partners
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8Teach media literacy regarding food and beverage marketing
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9Update nutrition and health resources for display in the cafeteria, classrooms, hallways, gymnasium and or bulletin boards
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10Ensure marketing on campus complies with USDA Standards
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11Educate students on the health benefits of water
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12Identify a school wellness liaison to implement policy
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13Identify School Wellness Committee (can be part of existing committee such as SSC) to review school-level issues
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14District/school nutrition services/Athletics Department/PTA/PTO review existing contracts and considers new contracts, equipment and product purchasing to reflect the guidelines established by District wellness policy.
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15Each school site may post a summary of nutrition and physical activity laws and regulations prepared by the California Department of Education
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16Provide professional development to nutrition program director, managers, health/PE teachers, coaches, activity supervisors, and other staff as to enhance knowledge/skills related to student physical, mental, emotional and social health and wellness
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LCAP
PolicyGoal 2
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Wellness ComponentLeadContactNot StartedIn ProgressDoneYear 1Year 2Year 3
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Nutritional Standards and Guidelines
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4.0BP 5030 AR 5030 BP 3554 BP 3550 BP 35532.a. School Meals: Provide student access to healthy food and beverages-both through reimbursable school meals and other foods available throughout the school campus-in accordance with Federal and state nutrition standardsNutritional Guidelines for All Foods Available at School
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1Provide nutritious meals and snacks at all schools by participating in the available federal school nutrition programs, including the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs and after-school snack programs.
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2Increase participation of students from low-income families
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3Foods and beverages provided through federally reimbursable school meal programs meet or exceed federal regulations and guidance
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4Develop strategies to increase students' access to the district's food services programs
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5Ensure foods are carefully selected, be locally grown and minimally packaged
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6Students participate in the summer meal program
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7Meals are served clean and pleasant settings and students are provided adequate time and space to eat meals.
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8Meals are accessible to all students
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9Periodically review the adequacy of school facilities for cafeteria eating and food preparation
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10Develop and maintain a food safety program
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11Provide ongoing staff development on food safety, service managers and employees
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12Provide on line application for free and reduced price meals
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4.0AR 35502.b. Water Access and Promotion: All students have access to free, fresh drinking water during meal timesWater Access and Promotion
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1Provide free potable water in the food service area during meal times
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2Provide access to free, safe palatable drinking water wherever beverages are served or sold on campus
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3Perform regular cleaning and maintenance of all water fountains
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4Set and maintain hygiene standards for drinking fountains and other methods for delivering drinking water by performing scheduled and maintenance as needed
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5Provide all students and employees with access to water free of charge at every district facility throughout the school day and at before and after school activities
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6Encourage students to drink water for hydration and encourage staff to model drinking water
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4.0AR 50302.c. All students receive quality nutrition education and other health education to be "health literate" in order to make health enhancing choicesNutrition Programs
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1Ensure programs are consistent with state curriculum frameworks and content standards
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2School nutrition programs shall reflect the U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans and other criteria to achieve nutrition integrity
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3Staff will promote healthy lifestyles through health education, nutrition education, in the classroom and at school events
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4Increase awareness, knowledge and skills to promote and protect student health and well being
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5Promote hydration and healthy beverage choices
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6Avoid the use of non-nutritious foods as a reward for students' academic performance, accomplishments, or classroom behavior
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7Provide teachers and staff a list of alternative ways to reward children
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8Programs will emphasize caloric balance between food intake and energy expenditure
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4.0BP 5030 AR 5030 BP 3554 5 CCR 15500 5 CCR 155012.d. Foods and beverages sold/provided to students at school (including outside the districts reimbursable food services program), should be aligned with district goals, support the health curriculum and promote optimal student health and well being.Competitive Food and Beverages
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1Meet or exceed the USDA Smart Snacks nutrition standards
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2Foods and beverages sold support healthy food choices and improve student health
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3Create online resource outlining nutritional guidelines for all foods available at school.
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4Educate school community on guidelines which apply in all locations and through all services where foods and beverages are sold, cafeteria, vending machines, school stores and snack or food carts
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5Develop/provide guidelines/brochure for Elementary Schools and Middle and High Schools
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6Develop/provide guidelines/brochure for classroom parties, fundraisers, food and beverages sold at stores, to parents, teachers and community partners
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7Inform school community (gr. K-8) that sale of any food items by student organizations shall not begin until after the close of the regularly scheduled midday food service; no more than four food sales per school year.
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8Develop/provide guidelines/brochure for sale of foods and beverages that do not comply with the nutritional standards
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9Maintain and require selling foods and beverages to maintain records, document compliance with Federal nutrition standards for all competitive foods and beverages sold - at a minimum these records shall include nutrition labels, and/or product specifications
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10Ensure saleas occurs at least one hour after the end of the school day and takes place off and away from school premises
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11Enforce compliance on sale of foods by student groups to ensure all conditions are met
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4.0BP 5030 AP 5030 BP 35542.e. Encourage parents/guardians or volunteers to support the nutrition education program by considering California Nutrition Standards when selecting snacks they may donate for occasional school parties. Class Parties and Snacks
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1Coordinate classroom messages with the California Nutrition Standards
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2Staff encourage and support the use of non-food celebratory activities
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3Parties/celebrations that include food be limited in number
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4Encourage parent/guardian/community donations of food and beverages to follow district guidelines and limit foods and beverages that do not meet nutritional standards
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5Inform parents/guardians that food sent from home should not contain nuts
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6Schedule class parties after lunch period when possible.
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7Post on website
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8Encourage donations of foods and beverages by an outside party, community partner or parents/guardians to follow district guidelines in partnership with Food Services
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4.0BP 5030 BP 3554 AR 35542.f. Ensure that foods and beverages provided through student stores, vending machines, or other venues meet or exceed state and federal nutrition standards and meet all vending machine regulationsFundraising
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1Encourage fundraising during/outside school to include non-food items or foods/beverages that meet/exceed federal/state nutritional standards.
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2Encourage healthy fundraisers that support nutrition education, physical activity and other wellness related activities
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3Post on district website a list of recommended voluntary fundraising activities including compliant foods and beverages
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4Develop a system to allow clubs/groups to purchase fundraising foods from the Food Services Department
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5Ensure foods and beverages provided through student stores and student vending machines comply with nutrition standards.
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6Foods and beverages sold on school premises shall reflect the health and nutrition concepts taught in the classroom
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7Fundraising involving the sale of food shall be planned with food services rep. and presented to principal for review of compliance with policy
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8All profits from food sales benefit the predetermined needs of the sponsoring group
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9Advise staff/parents/students/community that other food sales are prohibited during school hours and within one hour before/after school, unless solicitation has been approved in accordance with board policy
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10Advise staff/parents/community that the district shall not permit advertising and marketing for the sale of foods and beverages inconsistent with the district's wellness policy
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11Staff/parents/community members are informed that sales of foods and beverages that do not comply with standards take place off and away from school premises
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12Soda and snack machines available to students will contain only nutritious foods and beverages
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2.g. Foods and beverages served as part of a school-wide event include healthy options such as fruit, vegetables and waterSchool-Sponsored Events
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1Ensure school related organizations (e.g., booster clubs,fundraising organizations) selling food/beverages off school grounds and after school hours meet health inspection requirements and use safe serve practices
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2Ensure school related organizations (e.g., booster clubs,fundraising organizations) maintain records to document compliance with federal nutrition standards. Records shall include receipts, nutrition labels, and/or product specifications
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3Food items sold are not those sold in the district's food service program
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4Create fact sheet for elementary/middle/high schools regarding sale of foods for school-sponsored events
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4.02.h. The district is committed to providing a school environment that ensures opportunities for all students to practice healthy eating and physical activity throughout the school day while minimizing commercial distractionsFood and Beverage Marketing in Schools
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1Phase out marketing and advertising of non-nutritious foods and beverages with the goal of eliminating within 5 years
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4.0BP 5030 AR 5030 BP 35542.i. Foods and beverages served as part of a school-wide (e.g., Back to School Night, school dances, etc.) include healthy options such as fruit, vegetables and watSchool-Sponsored Events
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1Ensure foods/beverages served meet the California Nutrition Standards for the sale of foods and beverages on campus during the school day; vending machines contain only nutritious beverages and foods
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2Promote healthy food and beverage products such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, low-fat dairy products and water at school events
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3Create fact sheet for elementary/middle/high schools regarding sale of foods for school-sponsored events
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LCAP
PolicyGoal 3
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Wellness ComponentLeadContactNot StartedIn ProgressDoneYear 1Year 2Year 3
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4.0BP 5030 AR 50303.a. Provide high quality physical education and physical activityPhysical Education
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1Review physical education curriculum at each school to ensure physical activity/minutes and components reflect standards/Ed Code
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2Professional development to provide a planned, sequential K-12 curriculum that includes cognitive content and learning experiences
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