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Title: Wellness Committee Update February 13, 2013


1
Wellness Committee Update February 13, 2013
2
Wellness in District 200
  • Review of current Wellness Policy
  • Committee work in 2012-13
  • 3. Plan for recommendations

3
Historical Perspective
  • Wellness Policy required for districts
    participating in the National School Lunch
    Program
  • Based on Child Nutrition Reauthorization Act,
    2004

4
6.50 Instruction- School Wellness, Aug. 2006
  • The Board recognizes the positive relationship
    between good nutrition, physical activity and the
    capacity of students to develop and learn.

5
6.50 Instruction- School Wellness, Aug. 2006
  • 1. School Based Nutrition Education Goals
  • Coordinated with health curriculum
  • Students take ownership and receive consistent
    message
  • 2. School Based Physical Activity Goals
  • All students participate daily in PE
  • In addition to PE, daily physical exercise is
    encouraged

6
6.50 Instruction- School Wellness, Aug. 2006
  • 3. School Based Health and Wellness Activities
  • School events, field trips, athletic events, etc.
    should consider LWP goals
  • Staff are encouraged to use wellness programs,
    health screenings, etc. as a model for students

7
6.50 Instruction- School Wellness, Aug. 2006
  • 4. Cooperative Efforts to Promote Community
    Wellness
  • Schools should actively engage families physical
    activity beyond the school day, provide families
    with information/opportunities to learn about
    healthy eating, educate on current health related
    topics
  • Provide access for students, families, or
    community to physical activity facilities

8
6.50 Instruction- School Wellness, Aug. 2006
  • 5. Nutrition Guidelines for Food Sold or Served
    on School Property
  • All food and beverage sold on school premises
    will comply with federal and state laws
  • Schools should offer healthy food and beverage
    choices
  • 6. Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Each school shall organize a Wellness Committee
  • Reinforce guidelines set forth in LWP, report
    progress yearly for Superintendents report.

9
Committee
  • Members
  • Made up of 25 members Parents, Board Member,
    administration, staff, nurses, food service
    director
  • Meetings
  • Met 3 times
  • March 19, April TBD

10
Vision
  • To establish a District-wide philosophy for D200
    that supports and promotes wellness, good
    nutrition, and an active lifestyle.

11
Why the need for revision ?
  • Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010
  • Strengthens Local Wellness Policies (LWP) and
    adds rules for public input, transparency, and
    implementation.
  • Revised policy 2013-14 school year

12
Comparison of Requirements
Current Wellness Policy, 2008 Must include Proposed Wellness Policy, 2013 Must include
School Based Nutrition Education Goals   Nutrition Education  
School Based Physical Activity Goals Physical Activity  
School Based Health and Wellness Activities Other School Based Activities to Promote Wellness
Cooperative Efforts to Promote Community Wellness   Nutrition Promotion
Nutrition Guidelines for Food Sold or Served on School Property   Stakeholder Participation 
Monitoring and Evaluation   Public Involvement and Public Notification  
Measuring Implementation and Local Designation
13
What work has been done?
  • Compared current wellness policy with the
    proposed elements
  • Identified top two priorities
  • Nutrition promotion
  • Other School Based Activities to Promote Wellness
  • Other elements would be included such as
    nutritional education and physical activity

14
Nutrition Promotion Baseline Data
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Wellness Survey
  • Recent changes in the laws governing local
    wellness and health policies
  • The rise in chronic health conditions (such as
    food allergies and diabetes)
  • The prevalence of childhood obesity
  • Students (6-12), parents, staff
  • Completed by Mid-March
  • Results to help guide policy revisions

17
What will be the recommendation?
  • Analyze Wellness Survey Data
  • Nutrition Education
  • Physical Activity
  • Other School Based Activities to Promote Wellness
    (includes nutrition guidelines for all foods
    available on campus)
  • Nutrition Promotion
  • Recommendation to Board of Education in May

18
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