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  1. Vision To be the collaborative voice and catalyst for adolescent wellness in Santa Cruz County Mission To promote adolescent wellness through advocacy, education and collaboration with schools and community organizations serving youth ages 12-25.

  2. Current Network Membership

  3. Activities & Accomplishments

  4. School Health Profiles Overview • Survey developed by the CDC to capture school health policies and programs • Conducted in secondaryschools, grades 6-12 • Conducted in the Spring biennially (even years) since 1996 • Consists of 2 surveys: 1) Principal, 2) Lead Health Education Teacher • Arizona began participating in 2002 (6 iterations to date) • Visit: www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/profiles • Profiles Monitors: • School health education requirements and content • Physical education requirements • School Health policies related to HIV infection/AIDS, tobacco-use prevention, and nutrition • Asthma management activities • Family & community involvement in school health programs

  5. Santa Cruz County 2011 School Health Profile • Conducted for the first time in Santa Cruz County, Fall of 2011 • SCCAWN collaborated directory with schools to complete Profiles • Goal: all schools participate (i.e. a “census” sample) • Survey distributed to 19 schools serving grades 6-12 • Response rate: • 16 schools completed Principal Survey = 84% • 10 schools completed Lead Health Education Teacher = 53% • Teacher Survey (n=10) • Of the 9 schools not participating, 4 indicated they did not have a lead health education teacher. • Participating schools serve 88% of SCC students in grades 6-12 • Principal Survey (n=16) • 9 traditional schools (56%) • 4 ‘other’* (25%) • 3 charter (19%) • Participating schools serve 96% of SCC students in grades 6-12 • *parochial, vocational, alternative

  6. Physical Activity And Physical Education Division of Adolescent and School Health National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

  7. Percentage of secondary schools in which at least one physical education teacher or specialist received professional development on physical education during the 2 years before the survey 38% - 80% 81% - 87% 88% - 92% 93% - 98% No Data SCC = 56% School Health Profiles, 2010 National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Division of Adolescent and School Health

  8. Percentage of secondary schools that offered opportunities for all students to participate in intramural activities or physical activity clubs 41% - 56% 57% - 62% 63% - 75% 76% - 87% No Data SCC = 68% School Health Profiles, 2010 National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Division of Adolescent and School Health

  9. Percentage of secondary schools in which children or adolescents use the school’s indoor physical activity or athletic facilities for community-sponsored physical activity classes or lessons 55% - 71% 72% - 80% 81% - 86% 87% - 97% No Data SCC = 50% School Health Profiles, 2010 National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Division of Adolescent and School Health

  10. Percentage of secondary schools that provided parents and families with health information to increase parent and family knowledge of physical activity 32% - 40% 41% - 44% 45% - 47% 48% - 61% No Data SCC = 1 school School Health Profiles, 2010 National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Division of Adolescent and School Health

  11. School Health Coordination Division of Adolescent and School Health National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

  12. Percentage of secondary schools that have a designated individual responsible for coordinating school health and safety programs and activities 71% - 79% 80% - 84% 85% - 87% 88% - 93% No Data SCC = 81% School Health Profiles, 2010 National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Division of Adolescent and School Health

  13. Percentage of secondary schools that had a school health council, committee, or team that offers guidance on the development of policies or coordinates activities on health topics 33% - 49% 50% - 57% 58% - 64% 65% - 80% No Data SCC = 63% School Health Profiles, 2010 National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Division of Adolescent and School Health

  14. Percentage of secondary schools in which students’ families and community members helped develop or implement policies and programs on tobacco-use prevention, physical activity, and nutrition and healthy eating 4% - 10% 11% - 12% 13% - 16% 17% - 31% No Data School Health Profiles, 2010 National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Division of Adolescent and School Health

  15. Family and Community Involvement Found on page 15 of Santa Cruz County Report….

  16. Percentage of secondary schools that ever used the School Health Index or other self-assessment tool to assess their policies, activities, and programs in physical activity, nutrition, and tobacco-use prevention 18% - 26% 27% - 33% 34% - 38% 39% - 72% No Data School Health Profiles, 2010 National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Division of Adolescent and School Health

  17. School Health Index (SHI) Found on page 13 of Santa Cruz County Report….

  18. Percentage of secondary schools with a School Improvement Plan that includes any health-related goals and objectives 29% - 58% 59% - 71% 72% - 79% 80% - 94% No Data School Health Profiles, 2010 National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Division of Adolescent and School Health

  19. School Improvement Plan • The Elementary and Secondary Education Act requires certain schools to have a written School Improvement Plan (SIP). Many states and school districts also require schools to have a written SIP. • Five of the 16 Santa Cruz County secondary schools reported having no written SIP. • Of the 11 schools with a SIP, the percentage of schools with health related goals and objectives for specific topics are as follows: Found on page 13 of Santa Cruz County Report….

  20. Tobacco Nutrition HIV, STD, & Pregnancy Prev. Health Education Asthma Violence Prev. Division of Adolescent and School Health National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

  21. Summary and Discussion • The 2011 Santa Cruz County School Health Profile utilized the CDC 2010 survey • The SCC report is a (very) abbreviated replica of the CDC 2010 report • The SCC report contains SCC / AZ / US data for the Principal survey only, and only presents Health Teacher survey results to questions to which all 10 schools responded. • Profile results may be used to guide school / community partners in identifying priorities • The survey itself can be used as an educational tool, as it addresses best practices in school health • If conducted again, schools may want some technical assistance with interpretation of questions, and collaboration with other teachers on finding accurate responses. • The definition of “Lead Health Education Teacher” may lead schools to think the survey is not appropriate for their school. • That some schools were K-8, with only 2 ‘adolescent’ grade levels may explain poorer results for some topic (sensitive) areas

  22. Thank you! Questions?