Our Wellness PolicyWellness Policy .pdf
Why a Wellness Policy?Childhood Obesity
& Diet Related Illness
How we accomplish our goals
Partners for School Wellness
Our District has developed a Wellness Policy that is focused on improving the health of students. The policy was developed by the health and wellness advisory council that includes teachers, parents, administrators, and the district nurse.
Sharing the Message of Wellness
One of our goals is to share the message of nutrition and wellness via our department's Web site that emphasizes the importance of nutrition AND fitness. Our site provides information on the nutrition and fitness for teachers, parents, and students, as well as, a variety of learning tools.
Key Areas of our Wellness Policy
Balance is essential for any Wellness Policy. Key areas include:
Who are we? What do we do?
We are Wellness Policy Committee Members, Wellness Site Ambassadors and Executive Champions.
Wellness Policy Committee
The Wellness Policy Committee is a team of students, parents and school district employees who meet as needed to identify issues, school tools and strategies that encourage healthy behaviors and execute a Wellness Policy that creates good, healthy friendly school and work environments. If you are interested in joining our team and/or want to learn more about our goals and what we are doing to promote student wellness, please contact us.
Wellness Site Ambassador
Ours district schools need representatives who promote and train others in Wellness Education. Provided with the information and the tools to serve the community, the Site Ambassador will represent Wellness at school events and train others. The Wellness Site Ambassadors are the eyes and the ears of the school community.
The Director of Student Nutrition Services, Superintendent, Chief Financial Officer, Principals, and other school officers will be personal role models for health and wellness, allocate resources to support wellness policy and environmental changes within Wilsona School District.
Susan Andreas-Bervel, Superintendent (661)264-1111 xt 7202 email@example.com (Please use Wellness in subject line)
Audrey Cabrera, Director of Student Nutrition Services (661)264-1111 xt 7206 or 7212 firstname.lastname@example.org
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.