Our Wellness Policy
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Why a Wellness Policy?
& Diet Related Illness
How we accomplish our goals
Partners for School Wellness
Balance is essential for any Wellness Policy. Key areas include:
The Superintendent will oversee the following individuals and their responsibilities to carry out the requirements of Policy 5322.
The Food Services Coordinator will supervise the following issues concerning snacks and vending machines:
The Food Service Coordinator will report annually on the progress of implementing these guidelines as they pertain to Policy 5322.
Physical activity for students will be incorporated into the physical education curriculum. This level of physical activity, as well as, this curriculum will be monitored by the building principals.
The Assistant Superintendent for Instruction will be responsible to see that nutrition, health, and fitness topics shall be integrated within the health education curriculum taught at every grade level, K-12, and coordinated with the Corporation’s food service program. These topics may be integrated with other curriculum areas as deemed appropriate.
The Health Advisory Council will meet regularly and will recommend policy changes before July 1 of each year.
The Council shall consider a variety of data, such as: number of students participating in interscholastic athletics, intramurals, and others that the Council might determine.
References: Policy 5322
The Board supports increased emphasis on nutrition as well as physical activity at all grade levels to enhance the well-being of the Corporation’s students. Therefore, it is the policy of the Board to:
References: 42 U.S.C. 1751