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  1. Effective School Health Advisory Councils Moving Policy to Action

  2. Healthy Active Children Policy

  3. Healthy Active Children Policy • Established in January, 2003 by SBE. • Required establishment of SHACs, representing eight components of coordinated school health.

  4. Physical Education/ Physical Activity • Recess

  5. Comprehensive School Health Education Family & Community Involvement Physical Education & Physical Activity School-site Health Promotion for Staff School Health Services Nutrition Services Healthy School Environment Counseling, Psychological & Social Services Coordinated School Health Approach

  6. Why are SHACs important?

  7. Health Risk Behaviors & Academic Grades NC Middle Schools 2011 YRBS

  8. Health Risk Behaviors & Academic Grades NC High Schools 2011 YRBS

  9. Functions of Effective SHACs • Program Planning • Parent/Community Involvement • Advocacy for CSH

  10. Functions of Effective SHACs • Recruitment of Community Health Resources • Fiscal Planning • Evaluation/ Accountability

  11. Criteria for Selecting SHAC Members • Demonstrated interest in youth • Awareness of community • Professional abilities

  12. Criteria for Selecting SHAC Members • Willingness to devote time • Representative of population • Credibility

  13. Getting Started • Needs Assessment • School Health Index • CSH Assessment • Alliance for a Healthier Generation Inventory • Zone Health

  14. Getting Started • Action Plan • Goal • Objectives • Action Steps • Resources

  15. “If something is worth doing it’s worth doing wrong, but do it now.” – Alan Larkin

  16. What’s happening now?

  17. Healthy Active Children (HAC)Policy ReportGCS-S-0002012 North Carolina Healthy Schools Initiative Summary Data from LEA School Health Advisory Councils

  18. HAC Policy Report Key Points • 91% of LEAs Responded (101/112*) • 86% of SHACs list a representative from each required area • 38% of SHACs meet at least quarterly • 50% of SHACs provide reports to their local BOE *3 City LEAs Have Joint County/City SHAC

  19. HAC Policy Report Key Points • 56% report that ALL of their elementary schools provide 150 minutes of weekly PE with a certified PE teacher • 54% report that ALL of their middle schools provide 225 minutes of weekly Healthful Living with certified health and physical education teachers

  20. Healthy Active Children Policy Report SHAC Successes

  21. LEA SHAC Policy Successes • Local Family Life policies were adjusted to meet language and other requirements outlined in the Healthy Youth Act (HB88). • Revised the local HIV Policy; increased awareness and understanding which led to additional conversation • Increase in local food policies to include addressing food allergies, prohibiting parents from bringing fast food lunches to students, providing healthy food options at school functions.

  22. LEA SHAC Program Successes • Staff wellness events/programs • Improvement of mental health services • Providing puberty education for parents • Created a Student Emergency Fund to assist students and families • Walking trails set up at each school in the district

  23. School Health Advisory Councils

  24. SHAC Has Required Representatives From All 8 Areas of Coordinated School Health % of Respondents

  25. How Often SHAC Meets % of Respondents

  26. Primary Focus of Your SHAC’s Action Plan #of Respondents

  27. Physical Education

  28. LEAs with ALL Elementary Schools Receiving 150 Minutes per Week of PE Taught by a Certified PE Teacher % of Respondents

  29. ALL Middle Schools in LEA Providing 225 Minutes per Week of Healthful Living with Certified Health and Physical Education Teachers % of Respondents

  30. Recess and Physical Activity

  31. % of LEAs in Which No School or Teacher Withholds Recess as a Punishment* % of Respondents *This includes staying in to make up work or to do extra work

  32. % of LEAs in Which No School or Teacher Uses PA as a Punishment* % of Respondents

  33. LEA Provides Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity Through Daily (ES): % of Respondents

  34. LEA Provides Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity Through Daily (MS): % of Respondents

  35. Coordinated School Health

  36. LEA Has Sent a Representative or Team to Annual SHAC Training* % of Respondents

  37. For More Information

  38. Contact Ellen Essick, Ph.D. North Carolina Department of Public Instruction 919-807-3859 ellen.essick@dpi.nc.gov