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Kids Active Living

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  • Add photo of other community & open space
  • Overall, youth are more likely to walk to their place of exercise than to drive or be driven.
  • Marin photo?
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    • 1. Kids Active LivingCommunity Factors
    • 2. Walkable / Bikeable Neighborhoods:What the Community Says
    • 3. Too much driving, not enough walking. Source: HMP Focus Groups 2010
    • 4. It’s not always safe to walk around the community. Source: HMP Focus Groups 2010
    • 5. Safe Routes to School
    • 6. Source: Marin County Safe Routes to School Program Evaluation
    • 7. Morning Traffic Report
    • 8. Source: Marin County Congestion Management Agency
    • 9. Access to Physical Activity:What the Community Says
    • 10. We need a healthy environment- more grass and open space. Source: HMP Focus Groups 2010
    • 11. Daily life doesn’tintegrate physical activity. Source: HMP Focus Groups 2010
    • 12. Where Young People Goto be Physically Active
    • 13. Source: California Healthy Kids Survey 2009-2010
    • 14. California Healthy Kids Survey, Marin County 2009-2010
    • 15. After School Child Care
    • 16. Source: Family Support Focus Groups 2008 Marin Child Care Commission Master Plan
    • 17. Physical Education State Standards 200 Minutes per 10Grades 1-5 school days 400 Minutes per 10Grades 6-8 school days 400 Minutes per 10 school daysGrades 9-12 • Only required for 2 years of high school Source: Physical Education Model Content Standers for California Public Schools Kindergarten Through Grade 12. 2010
    • 18. Kids Active Living Individual Factors
    • 19. Percent of Youth with Regular Physical Activity 7 Days/Week None Some 25% 27% Physically Active Everyday 48%Source: CHKS Module G 2009-2010
    • 20. Top Reasons Why Not•Had to work or study• Had no motivation• Chose to spend timeon the computer,playing video games orwatching TV
    • 21. Top Reasons Why• It’s fun• On a school or after-school sports team• To be with my friends• Good for my health• Want to look better
    • 22. 7th, 9th and 11th Grade Students Average School Day Hours Spent Watching TV or Playing Video Games 45% 41% 40%Percent of Students 35% 30% 25% 22% 20% 15% 10% Source: CHKS Module G 2009-2010 1-2 Hours Number of Hours 3+ Hours
    • 23. Almost 1 in 4 Youthwatch more then the recommended 1-2 hours/day of TV -American Academy of Pediatrics
    • 24. And There are Disparities
    • 25. Student Moderate and Intense Physical Activity Participation 7 Days/Week Decreases from 80% Middle School to High School 70% 60%Percent of Students Middle School 50% High School 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Marin County Tam Union High San Rafael Novato Ross Valley Source: CHKS Module G 2009-2010 School School District
    • 26. Student physical activity decreasesfrom middle school to high school
    • 27. Only 50% of studentsparticipate inmoderate andintense physicalactivity 7 days/ week
    • 28. Kids Active Living Outcomes
    • 29. Marin County 5th, 7th and 9th Grade Students Meeting all 6 Fitness Criteria 60% 5th Grade 55% 54% 7th GradePercent of Students 50% 9th Grade 46% 45% 45% 44% 40% 42% 35% 35% 30% 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 YearsSource: California Department of Education
    • 30. And There are Disparities
    • 31. Marin County 5th, 7th and 9th Grade Students Who Pass all 6 Fitness Criteria Varies by Ethnicity 60% 52% 48% 50% 44%Percent of Students 40% 29% 30% 23% 20% 10% 0% All Students African Asian Latino Caucasian American Ethnicity Source: California Department of Education
    • 32. 5th, 7th and 9th Grade Students Who Passed All 6 Fitness Criteria by School District 70% 65% 57%Percent of Students 60% 50% 40% 35% 30% 20% 14% 10% 0% Terra High Reed Tam Dixie Linda Valley Novato Novato Ross Rafael Rafael Larkspur Shoreline Shoreline Kentfield Bolinas- Stinson Mill San San 5th & 7th Grade 9th Grade School District by Grade Source: California Department of Education, 2010-2011
    • 33. Less than 50% of students meet ALL 6 fitness criteria
    • 34. 1 in 2 Caucasian/ Asian students meet ALL 6 fitness criteria
    • 35. 1 in 4Latino/African Americanstudents meet ALL 6 fitness criteria
    • 36. Fitness varies by school district