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Published on August 8, 2007

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Where Does Overweight & Obesity Fit Into the School Day?:  Where Does Overweight andamp; Obesity Fit Into the School Day? Melissa Brooks, M.Ed Coordinated School Health Program Kansas State Department of Education Slide2:  Slide3:  Slide4:  Slide5:  Slide6:  Slide7:  Slide8:  Slide9:  Slide10:  Slide11:  Slide12:  Slide13:  Slide14:  Slide15:  Slide16:  Slide17:  Slide18:  Slide19:  Slide20:  Slide21:  What would the map look like in 2004…:  What would the map look like in 2004… If it were youth results? Six Critical Health Behaviors(That contribute to death & disability):  Six Critical Health Behaviors (That contribute to death andamp; disability) Alcohol and Drug Use Injury and Violence Tobacco Use Nutrition Physical Activity Sexual Behaviors Nutrition:  Nutrition Almost 80% of young people do not eat the recommended servings of fruits and vegetables. Nearly 9 million youth in the U.S. aged 6–19 are overweight. Physical Activity:  Physical Activity Participation in physical activity declines as children get older. Nearly 70% of 9th graders but only 55% of 12th graders participated in sufficient vigorous physical activity on a regular basis. Emerging Health Topics That Effect Children and Adolescents:  Emerging Health Topics That Effect Children and Adolescents Asthma Food Safety Skin Cancer Terrorism Current Efforts to Address Obesity and Overweight in Kansas:  Current Efforts to Address Obesity and Overweight in Kansas KDHE Kansas Kids Fitness Day KCHAMP Walk Your Child to School Day CDRR Grants Current Efforts to Address Obesity and Overweight in Kansas:  Current Efforts to Address Obesity and Overweight in Kansas American Heart Association Jump Rope for Heart Hoops for Heart Mobile Classroom Current Efforts to Address Obesity and Overweight in Kansas:  Current Efforts to Address Obesity and Overweight in Kansas Kansas Council on Fitness Kansas Kids Fitness Day Travel the Santa Fe Trail Current Efforts to Address Obesity and Overweight in Kansas(other organizations):  Current Efforts to Address Obesity and Overweight in Kansas (other organizations) Kansas Action for Healthy Kids Healthy Kids Challenge Kansas Nutrition Network Current Efforts to Address Obesity and Overweight in Kansas(Foundations):  Current Efforts to Address Obesity and Overweight in Kansas (Foundations) Sunflower Foundation Kansas Health Foundation United Methodist Health Ministries Fund Current Efforts to Address Obesity and Overweight in Kansas:  Current Efforts to Address Obesity and Overweight in Kansas KSDE Body Walk Power Panther Pals Team Nutrition Coordinated School Health What is CSHP?:  What is CSHP? What is CSHP?:  What is CSHP? The CSH Model consists of eight interactive components The CSH Model is a multi-faceted approach to helping youth increase health knowledge and establish healthful behaviors and attitudes CSHP Is Important Because::  CSHP Is Important Because: Students learn to make health decisions When there is nutritious food available, students aren’t hungry and they learn better Physically active students are more alert and concentrate better in the classroom Teachers and staff can be role models for physical fitness and health With family involvement in schools, programs reflect the needs and values of the community Our Goal:  Our Goal 'The goal of the Kansas CSHP is to provide educational programs to improve and promote the healthy well-being of Kansas Youth by working collaboratively with communities, State Partners and schools' How does CSHP look in practice?:  How does CSHP look in practice? You can apply any health behavior to the model See if it’s addressed in each component Make sure that the persons responsible for each component are working together to have a collaborative program that addresses the behavior How Can I Be Apart Of CSHP?:  How Can I Be Apart Of CSHP? Attend one of our Fall Workshops Bring two other members of your school/community Give us a call in 'CSHPland'  How Can We Help?:  How Can We Help? Grants Technical Assistance Networking Materials We Can Provide For You:  Materials We Can Provide For You School Health Index (SHI) Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance Survey (YRBSS) Elines School Profile Surveys School Health Index:  School Health Index Assessment tool used by all CSHP schools Supported by CDC Finds your strengths and weaknesses in the CSHP 8 Components YRBSS Survey:  YRBSS Survey Never had weighted data in Kansas Will be surveying schools in Kansas in Spring 2005 How can I help in this process? Slide43:  School Profile Surveys:  School Profile Surveys The School Health Profiles helps state and local education and health agencies monitor the current status of school health education Questions related to HIV infection/AIDS, tobacco use prevention, unintentional injuries and violence, physical activity, and food service; physical education; asthma management activities; and family and community involvement in school health programs State and local education and health agencies conduct the survey biennially at the middle/junior high school and senior high school levels in their states or districts, respectively. Resources:  Resources Our New Websitewww.kshealthykids.org:  Our New Website www.kshealthykids.org Other Resources…:  Other Resources… Handouts SHPPS 2000 www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/index.htm VERB MMWR Reports Low Cost No Cost Alternatives Curriculum Kits What other states are doing School Foods Tool Kit Slide48:  www.cspinet.org/schoolfoods www.cspinet.org/schoolfoods Next Steps…:  Next Steps… Thank you!! Let us know how we can help! Additional Questions? We look forward to working with you!! Contact Us!:  Contact Us! Melissa Brooks, Project Director 785.296.2276, mbrooks@ksde.org Allison Koonce, Project Manager 785.296.1946, akoonce@kdhe.state.ks.us Tami Meiners, Health Education Coordinator 785.296.2276, tmeiners@ksde.org

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