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Title: ACSIP Requirements for Wellness


1
ACSIP Requirements for
Wellness
2
Agenda
  • ACSIP Format with
  • Priority, Interventions, Actions
  • Resources

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Disclaimer
  • The ACSIP Rubric states This portion will be
    approved by the Child Nutrition Unit. Contact
    the Regional Child Nutrition Specialist for
    assistance with this priority.

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Priority
  • Data
  • Scientific Based Research for
  • Interventions
  • Actions

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DATA
  • Required Annual Data Elements
  • (1) Body Mass Index (BMI)-Even grades,
  • except 12th, as per ACT 1220 of 2003
  • and ACT 201 of 2007
  • Statewide BMI data for schools and districts can
    be found at the following site
  • http//www.achi.net/current_initiatives/obesity.as
    p

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BMI SAMPLE DATA
  • Body Mass Index Data SY 2008-09 of the 1150
    student population, 829 students were assessed.
    Of the students assessed, the following
    represents the percent of students at risk of
    overweight and overweight
  • District Males- 33.1, Females-30.7 Primary
    Males-31.2, Females-37.9 Elementary
    Males-34.9, Females-28.2 Middle School
    Males-35.1, Females-27.6 High School
    Males-31.8, Females-28.9

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DATA
  • Required Annual Data Elements
  • (2) School Health Index (SHI)
  • Modules 1, 2, 3, 4, and 8 are required as per
    ACT 1220 of 2003
  • Modules 5, 6, and 7 are optional and may be
    included as well.
  • For the school staff SHI training contact the ADE
    Coordinated School Health Services.  For copies
    of the most current Elementary and/or Middle
    School/High School Assessment Guide see website
    link http//www.cdc.gov/HealthyYouth/SHI/

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SHI SAMPLE DATA
  • School Health Index-Overall Score Card
  • For each module (row), write the score in the
    column where the Module score falls. Optional
    modules are highlighted yellow on the website.
  • Low-0-20 21-40 Medium-41-60 61-80
  • High-81-100
  • Module 1 REQUIRED School Health Policies and
    Environment
  • Module 2 REQUIRED Health Education
  • Module 3 REQUIRED Physical Education and Other
    Physical Activity Programs
  • Module 4 REQUIRED Nutrition Services
  • Module 5 OPTIONAL School Health Services
  • Module 6 OPTIONAL School Counseling,
    Psychological, and Social Service
  • Module 7 OPTIONAL Health Promotion for Staff
  • Module 8 REQUIRED Family and Community
    Involvement

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DATA-Other Data Elements
  • Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS)
  • Economic Indicators for School Attendance Area (
    F R lunch, Migrant, Homeless)
  • Kids Count Coalition Data
  • Hometown Health Data Collection- Arkansas county
    population and health statistics data at
    http//www.healthyarkansas.com/stats/hth02/HTHB.HT
    M

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ACSIP Format
  • A Priority has Scientific Research Based
    Interventions and provides author, source, title,
    and date.
  • Be careful that it is not Vendor research which
    could be biased in the vendors favor.
  • Be sure to have a hard copy of the research on
    file.

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Research Example from District ACSIP
  • Intervention Administrative Support for Wellness
  • Scientific Based Research Journal of the
    American Dietetic Association, 103(7) 887-93.
    2003. NAL Call Number 389.8 AM34 Position of the
    American Dietetic Association Child and
    adolescent food and nutrition programs. J. Stang,
    C.T. Bayerl. Guidelines for School Health
    Programs to Promote Lifelong Healthy Eating (June
    14, 1996/Vol.45/No. RR-9) Guidelines for School
    Health Programs to Promote Lifelong Physical
    Activity (March 7, 1997/Vol. 46/No. RR-6).

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Research Examples from Building ACSIP (1)
  • Intervention Blank Elementary School will
    encourage strategies and activities that promote
    an active and healthy lifestyle.
  • Scientific Based Research Wechsler,Hal Ph.D.,
    Let's Get Physical-Promotion and Education
    Strategies http//www.fns.usda.gov/oane/menu/NNEC/
    Files/2003/LetsGetPhysical.pdf

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Research Examples from Building ACSIP (2)
  • Intervention Blank Elementary School will
    encourage strategies and activities that
    encourage a non-sedentary lifestyle.
  • Scientific Based Research Shenson, D., "The Role
    of Schools in Preventing Childhood Obesity."
    President's Council on Physical Fitness and
    Sports Research Digest. Seriest, No.3. September
    2006. Health Affairs, July 1, 2006.

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ACSIP Format-Interventions
  • Interventions need at least 3 types of actions to
    fully develop the intervention.
  • They should include at least the following
    Appropriate implementation and/or Instructional
    strategies, appropriate professional development
    and evaluation of the intervention.

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Sample Professional Development Actions (1)
  • PE teachers will use the "WAY" curriculum, after
    receiving training, with 4th grade students to
    promote personal wellness through responsible
    decision-making.
  • PE Teachers will lead 4th grade students for the
    Presidential Fitness Challenge. Teachers will
    receive training to lead this challenge.
    Students will be recognized for their level of
    fitness.

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Sample Professional Development Actions (2)
  • Blank School District will involve parents in
    physical activity and nutrition education through
    homework, national school lunch program menus,
    and parent-teacher organization meeting
    presentations and professional development
    activities. Professional Development will be
    provided for both teachers and parents and will
    focus on physical activity and nutrition
    education, and health risk indicators that
    compromise students ability to perform
    academically, etc.

18
Sample Evaluations (1)
  • Physical Education and Health curriculum will be
    aligned with Arkansas Frameworks. Principal will
    monitor lesson plans for inclusion of Physical
    Activity Standards.

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Sample Evaluations (2)
  • The School Health Index Modules will be used to
    assess district and school effectiveness in
    providing a pleasant environment and access to
    health information and resources.
  • The BMI will be conducted every year for even
    grades as required by ACT 201 of 2007. Results
    will be analyzed for effectiveness of programs.

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Sample Evaluations (3)
  • Staff will meet quarterly to ensure the
    intervention and actions are being met and to
    modify as necessary.

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Title IV-A Contact
  • Otistene Smith
  • Arkansas Department of Education
  • 4 Capitol Mall, Room 304B
  • Little Rock, AR 72201
  • 501-682-5425
  • Otistene.smith_at_arkansas.gov

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Together we achieve more!
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Resources-Play First, Then Eat
  • Getlinger, M.J., et al Food Waste is Reduced
    When Elementary-School Children Have Recess
    Before Lunch. Journal of the American Dietetic
    Association, Sept 1996.v.96 (9) p. 906-908.
  • Research shows scheduling recess before lunch
    yields decreased plate waste, better academic
    performance and fewer classroom behavior issues.

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Resources
  • Arkansas Department of Education
    http//arkansased.org/
  • Child Nutrition Link-over 30 researched based
    actions for the Wellness protocol, such as the
    following for
  • NUTRITION PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PROGRAMS

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Resources-Researched Based
  • NUTRITION AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PROGRAMS
  • NUTRITION EDUCATION PROGRAMS
  • PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PROGRAMS
  • RESOURCES FOR COMMUNITY EDUCATION ASSESSMENTS

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Resources-Researched Based
  • Coordinated Approach to Child Health
    (CATCH) Designed to promote healthy eating habits
    and increase physical activity among children and
    adolescents. http//www.sph.uth.tmc.edu/catch/

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Resources-Researched Based
  • Eat Well and Keep Moving School-based program
    designed to increase physical activity and
    promote healthy dietary habits among 4th and 5th
    grade students. http//www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutri
    tionsource/EWKM.html

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Resources-Researched Based
  • Planet Health School-based program designed to
    increase physical activity and promote healthy
    dietary habits among 6th, 7th, and 8th grade
    students.  Website provides research, sample
    social studies lesson and information regarding
    free web-based teacher training. 
    http//www.hsph.harvard.edu/prc/proj_planet.html

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Resources-Researched Based
  • U.S. Centers for Disease Control BAM Website
  • This website is for students and has games and
    activities to play that also give valuable
    information in a fun way.  
  • http//www.bam.gov/

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Contacts
  • Community Nurses (as of 9/06) - Provides
    technical assistance with the completion of the
    School Health Index
  • Community Health Promotion Specialists (as of
    9/06) - Provides technical assistance with the
    completion of the School Health Index
  • ACSIP Specialists (as of 9/12/06) - Provides
    technical assistance with the Arkansas School
    Improvement Planning Process
  • Child Nutrition Area Specialist - Provides
    technical assistance related to USDA's Child
    Nutrition programs and nutrition education
    resource

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Contacts, continued
  • Debby Woods Coordinated School Health, ADE -
    Provides technical assistance related to
    Arkansas' physical education and physical
    activity requirements, Frameworks.  Call (501)
    683-3600
  • Laura McDowell - Arkansas Department of
    Education's Director of Coordinated School Health
    Programs
  • Tamara Baker Arkansas Department of Healths
    Director of Coordinated School Health Programs
  • Paula Smith Arkansas Department of Educations
    State School Nurse Consultant

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Contacts
  • Child Nutrition Network
  • Sheila Brown  Sheila.Brown_at_Arkansas.gov Assistan
    t Director of Healthy Schools
  • Arkansas Department of Education 2020 West
    Third, Suite 404 Little Rock, AR 72205 Phone
    (501) 324-9502 Fax (501) 324-9505

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Contacts
  • Kay Simpson,
  • ACSIP Supervisor
  • Arkansas Department of Education
  • Kay.simpson_at_arkansas.gov
  • 501-580-5851
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