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Kids Active LivingCommunity Factors
Walkable / Bikeable  Neighborhoods:What the Community Says
Too much driving,   not enough    walking.     Source: HMP Focus Groups 2010
It’s not always  safe to walk   around the  community.     Source: HMP Focus Groups 2010
Safe Routes to School
Source: Marin County Safe Routes to School Program Evaluation
Morning Traffic Report
Source: Marin County Congestion Management Agency
Access to Physical Activity:What the Community Says
We need a healthy  environment- more grass and   open space.       Source: HMP Focus Groups 2010
Daily life doesn’tintegrate physical     activity.       Source: HMP Focus Groups 2010
Where Young People Goto be Physically Active
Source: California Healthy Kids Survey 2009-2010
California Healthy Kids Survey, Marin County 2009-2010
After School Child Care
Source: Family Support Focus Groups 2008        Marin Child Care Commission Master Plan
Physical Education State Standards                 200 Minutes per 10Grades 1-5                 school days               ...
Kids Active Living Individual Factors
Percent of Youth with Regular Physical                                Activity 7 Days/Week                                ...
Top Reasons Why Not•Had to work or study• Had no motivation• Chose to spend timeon the computer,playing video games orwatc...
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 loo...
7th, 9th and 11th Grade Students Average                             School Day Hours Spent Watching TV or Playing        ...
Almost 1 in 4 Youthwatch more then the recommended 1-2  hours/day of TV  -American Academy of Pediatrics
And There are Disparities
Student Moderate and Intense Physical Activity                              Participation 7 Days/Week Decreases from      ...
Student physical  activity decreasesfrom middle school to     high school
Only 50% of studentsparticipate inmoderate andintense physicalactivity 7 days/ week
Kids Active Living Outcomes
Marin County 5th, 7th and 9th Grade Students                                Meeting all 6 Fitness Criteria                ...
And There are Disparities
Marin County 5th, 7th and 9th Grade                              Students Who Pass all 6 Fitness Criteria                 ...
5th, 7th and 9th Grade Students Who Passed All 6                                               Fitness Criteria by School ...
Less than 50% of students meet  ALL 6 fitness     criteria
1 in 2 Caucasian/ Asian students   meet ALL 6 fitness criteria
1 in 4Latino/African  Americanstudents meet ALL 6 fitness    criteria
Fitness varies by school district
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    1. 1. Kids Active LivingCommunity Factors
    2. 2. Walkable / Bikeable Neighborhoods:What the Community Says
    3. 3. Too much driving, not enough walking. Source: HMP Focus Groups 2010
    4. 4. It’s not always safe to walk around the community. Source: HMP Focus Groups 2010
    5. 5. Safe Routes to School
    6. 6. Source: Marin County Safe Routes to School Program Evaluation
    7. 7. Morning Traffic Report
    8. 8. Source: Marin County Congestion Management Agency
    9. 9. Access to Physical Activity:What the Community Says
    10. 10. We need a healthy environment- more grass and open space. Source: HMP Focus Groups 2010
    11. 11. Daily life doesn’tintegrate physical activity. Source: HMP Focus Groups 2010
    12. 12. Where Young People Goto be Physically Active
    13. 13. Source: California Healthy Kids Survey 2009-2010
    14. 14. California Healthy Kids Survey, Marin County 2009-2010
    15. 15. After School Child Care
    16. 16. Source: Family Support Focus Groups 2008 Marin Child Care Commission Master Plan
    17. 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. 18. Kids Active Living Individual Factors
    19. 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. 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. 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. 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. 23. Almost 1 in 4 Youthwatch more then the recommended 1-2 hours/day of TV -American Academy of Pediatrics
    24. 24. And There are Disparities
    25. 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. 26. Student physical activity decreasesfrom middle school to high school
    27. 27. Only 50% of studentsparticipate inmoderate andintense physicalactivity 7 days/ week
    28. 28. Kids Active Living Outcomes
    29. 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. 30. And There are Disparities
    31. 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. 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. 33. Less than 50% of students meet ALL 6 fitness criteria
    34. 34. 1 in 2 Caucasian/ Asian students meet ALL 6 fitness criteria
    35. 35. 1 in 4Latino/African Americanstudents meet ALL 6 fitness criteria
    36. 36. Fitness varies by school district
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