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Coordinated school health overview

* The Eight Components of Coordinated School Health

* The roles and requirements of Healthy School Teams

* Why health and physical activity are important for student academic success

* Physical Education/Physical Activity (PAPE) state law and reporting requirements

* Information regarding state required fitness testing, including body mass index (BMI) screenings and the PACER assessment

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Coordinated school health overview

  1. 1.  Each school in Tennessee must have a Healthy School Team  Leadership and membership of the HST is decided on the school level  If possible, the team should consist of representatives from each of the eight modules of the CSH model: health/wellness/physical education teacher (s), school counselor, cafeteria manger, school nurse, parent, community partner, administrator, etc.  The Healthy School Team should meet at least four times a year (some projects may require more meetings.)
  2. 2.  Assess and identify student, family, staff and community needs  Create HST goals and action steps for the school year that address the identified needs of the school  Utilize and build on existing programs and services to accomplish goals  Identify existing and potential funding for initiatives  Monitor implementation of HST initiatives  Communicate HST goals, action plans, events and progress to students, family, staff and community.
  3. 3.  Primary contact with MNPS Office of CSH  Plan HST meetings  Review HST membership and maintain recommended representation  Facilitate implementation and integration of CSH  Submit Mid-Year Report, HST Member List and Final Report to the Office of CSH  Delegate responsibilities
  4. 4.  Physical activity can help schools meet their educational goals!  Implementing strategies that help students stay healthy through eating healthy foods and being physically active can result in: › Decreased rates of student absenteeism › Fewer behavioral problems › Higher school-wide test scores and grades  See “Health & Academic Achievement” attachment for more information
  5. 5.  According to Section 1 Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 49, Chapter 6, it is mandated that each LEA integrates a minimum of ninety (90) minutes of physical activity per week into the instructional school day for every student. Additionally, an amendment effective July 1, 2014 states “walking to and from class shall not be considered physical activity for the purposes of this section.”  It is the responsibility of the principal at each school to ensure their school is in compliance with this law and to submit the PAPE Report.
  6. 6.  The PAPE Report lets the State Department of Education know how each school is implementing the 90 minute physical activity requirement  The report should be submitted quarterly. The report is now submitted via an online survey. You will receive an email each quarter with a link to the current survey.  The due dates for each quarter are as follows: › Quarter 1: Aug 29, 2014 › Quarter 2: Nov 21, 2014 › Quarter 3: Jan 16, 2015 › Quarter 4: Apr 15, 2015
  7. 7. Fitness testing is performed in Physical Education class in elementary and middle schools and in Lifetime Wellness class in high schools. This testing is required for all schools in Tennessee.  Body Mass Index (BMI) › Grades K, 2, 4, 6, 8 and Lifetime Wellness › Height & Weight  Aerobic Capacity › Grades 4, 6, 8 and Lifetime Wellness › 20-Meter PACER Test
  8. 8.  Passive Permission › Parents provide consent for height and weight screenings by completing and returning the Signature Page on Page 1 of the MNPS Student- Parent Handbook › If the parent checks “No”, teachers should not collect height or weight measurements for that child › If the parent checks “Yes” or if the form is never returned to the school, teachers should collect height and weight measurements for that child
  9. 9.  Coordinated School Health collects BMI data to monitor childhood obesity trends in individual schools, MNPS, and Tennessee  These results are used as evidence that we need resources and funding to provide programs to help make our schools and the Nashville community healthier for our students  Data can be used on the school and district level to form community partnerships and write grants to fund healthy programs and initiatives in MNPS
  10. 10. *Data has not been analyzed by an external evaluator and is preliminary. 3.3% 60.7% 16.4% 19.6% 0.0% 10.0% 20.0% 30.0% 40.0% 50.0% 60.0% 70.0% Underweight Healthy Weight Overweight Obese PercentofStudents All MNPS Students Screened (Grades K, 2, 4, 6, 8 and Lifetime Wellness) MNPS CSH Body Mass Index (BMI) 2013 - 2014* Number of Students Screened = 29242 Underweight Healthy Weight Overweight Obese
  11. 11.  Progressive Aerobic Cardiovascular Endurance Run  Students in grades 4, 6, and 8 are assessed once per year during physical education class  High school students are assessed when enrolled in Lifetime Wellness class
  12. 12.  Johnsie Holt › Johnsie.Holt@mnps.org  Susan Evans › Susan.Evans@mnps.org  Justin Whitaker › Justin.Whitaker@mnps.org Don’t hesitate to contact us - we’re here to help you any way we can!
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* The Eight Components of Coordinated School Health * The roles and requirements of Healthy School Teams * Why health and physical activity are important for student academic success * Physical Education/Physical Activity (PAPE) state law and reporting requirements * Information regarding state required fitness testing, including body mass index (BMI) screenings and the PACER assessment

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