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Published on July 31, 2008

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Arkansas Wellness Initiatives in Public Schools : Arkansas Wellness Initiatives in Public Schools Putting State and Federal Wellness Policy Initiatives into Practice By Wanda Shockey, MEd, RD, LD Director Child Nutrition Unit Arkansas Department of Education Road to Wellness In Arkansas : Road to Wellness In Arkansas 1990 Arkansas Began to Emphasize Student Health CDC funded Coordinated School Health Infrastructure Grant for Arkansas (AR) 1992 – 2002 Health Action Teams 25 % of the AR school districts developed at least one Health Action Team using $500 or $1000 grants from CDC and USDA Team Nutrition Grants and local community resources. Road to Wellness In Arkansas : Road to Wellness In Arkansas 2002 Awareness of Obesity Epidemic Speaker of House, Chairman of Public Health and Welfare Committee, and the Director of the Arkansas Department of Health started preparations for legislation to address the school environment 2003 AR Legislature Passed Act 1220 The purpose of this legislation is to change the course of obesity for future generations. Implementation of the legislation over 3 school years resulted in advanced preparation for Arkansas schools with the federal Wellness Policy Requirements. Impact of Arkansas Legislation : Impact of Arkansas Legislation Arkansas Act 1220 of 2003 Eliminated Elementary Vending 2003-04 Established Statewide Committee to Make Recommendations for Public Schools with regard to Nutrition Standards for all foods available on campus Arkansas Nutrition and Physical Activity Standards (Align with Federal Wellness Policy “Components”) Required a Nutrition and Physical Activity Committee for each school district by 2004-05 (Aligns with Federal Wellness “Involvement” Requirement) Required School Improvement Plans to Include Nutrition and Physical Activity Priority by 2005-06 (Aligns with Federal Wellness “Measurement” Requirement) Impact of Foundation Grant : Impact of Foundation Grant Robert Wood Johnson Foundation funds: Evaluation of the implementation of Act 1220 and its impact on student health (Aligns with the Federal Wellness Policy Measurement and Evaluation) Arkansas Child Health Advisory Committee : Arkansas Child Health Advisory Committee Child Health Advisory Committee Recommendations (June 2004) General Categories: : Child Health Advisory Committee Recommendations (June 2004) General Categories: Required nutrition and physical activity standards for each school campus (Wellness Policy Goal #2 and 3) Specified school level nutrition and physical activity assessments (Wellness Policy Goal #4) Included Nutrition education in curriculum (Wellness Policy Goal # 1) Required Food services professional development and certification Slide 9: School Nurses Local Clinical Resources Developed Strategic Plan BMI Taskforce Slide 10: Slide 11: Source: The 2005 Arkansas Assessment of Childhood and Adolescent Obesity, Executive Summary by Arkansas Center for Health Improvement School Year 2003-04 : School Year 2003-04 Elimination of Elementary School Vending (State Law) Implementation of BMI Screening for Arkansas Students in Public Schools Establishment of Arkansas Child Health Advisory Committee (ACHAC) June 2004 Recommendations by ACHAC to the Departments of Education and Health School Year 2004-05 : : School Year 2004-05 : Established School District Nutrition & Physical Activity Committees (NPAC) (Aligns with Community Involvement federal Wellness Policy Requirement) Later called School Wellness Committees. Implemented 2nd Annual BMI Screening Data AR Department of Health employed Community Health Promotion Specialists (CHENS) and Community Health Nurse Specialists (CHIPS) to assist school districts in using the CDC School Health Index Assessment Trained school districts in the annually required School Health Index (SHI) Assessment (Aligns with local wellness policy development process) Arkansas Nutrition and Physical Activity Standards - Promulgated regulations based on AR Child Health Advisory Committee Recommendations – Child Nutrition Unit, Arkansas Department of Education (Included six (6) public hearings) Arkansas Department of Health : Arkansas Department of Health Healthy Arkansas is a comprehensive effort to clearly define specific areas where behavioral changes can lead to healthier citizens. The burden of chronic diseases, including diabetes, stroke, lung and heart diseases, and cancer, is higher in Arkansas than in the nation generally. School Year 2005-06 : School Year 2005-06 School District Implementation - AR Nutrition and Physical Activity Standard Rules and Regulations Update District NPAC/Wellness Committees via email to CNU, ADE (Annual Process as Part of CN Agreement Renewal Process)_ USDA Wellness Policy Requirements - Child Nutrition Unit, ADE trained approximately 900 NPAC/Wellness Committee members and school staff in 20 Area Meetings on from February –April 2006 Federal Wellness Policy Requirement - Districts submitted the with the Child Nutrition Agreement and Policy Statement for SY 2006-07 School Year 2006-07 : School Year 2006-07 Arkansas Consolidated School Improvement Plan (ACSIP) Process used by Schools and Districts to measure the implementation of the federal wellness policy and state nutrition and physical activity standards for improvement of student wellness. Wellness Priority Protocol Each school and district used the Wellness Priority Protocol to develop a Wellness School Improvement Plan for School Year 2006-07. Annual District ACSIP Wellness Plan - Based on student needs identified using three years (For example: School Health Index Assessment (SHI) and BMI Data for example school years: 03-04, 04-05 and 05-06 - Two other sets of data elements and includes: - Goals - Researched Based Interventions - Research Based Actions CDC Assessment Tool: : CDC Assessment Tool: Arkansas Consolidated School Improvement Plan Wellness Priority Protocol Requires that Schools do this self-assessment and include the assessment data as part of the 3 years of data to be reviewed in the District ACSIP Planning and Evaluation Process. CDC Guidelines for School Health ProgramsGrade Level Strategies & Research Based : CDC Guidelines for School Health ProgramsGrade Level Strategies & Research Based Child Nutrition Website : Child Nutrition Website Arkansas Coordinated School Health : Arkansas Coordinated School Health School Year 2007-08 : School Year 2007-08 Arkansas Consolidated School Improvement Plan (ACSIP) Second Year Implementation USDA Wellness Grant – Child Nutrition Unit & Coordinated School Health Unit Partnership– Provided Training for Teachers and sets of Research Based Nutrition and Physical Activity Education Curricula to Schools for ACSIP Plan Implementation: CATCH (Coordinated Approach to Child Health) Grades K-5 21 Districts 45 Schools 106 Teachers and Other Staff Trained STUDENT IMPACT: Over 3 years 46,341 students Grades K-5 Planet Health (Grades 6 -8 ) 39 Districts 46 Schools 92 Teachers and Other Staff Trained STUDENT IMPACT: Over 3 years 23,589 students Grades 6 -8 Looking to the Future : Looking to the Future Continue CDC Funding for Fund ACSIP Wellness Priority Plans for Schools Continue and Grow Partnerships Continue to seek funds to educate classroom teachers Arkansas schools need funding at the classroom level to educate students about maintaining a healthy lifestyle by applying nutrition and physical activity experiences Student > Family > Community Arkansas Wellness Team : Arkansas Wellness Team Students and Parents State Legislators and Public Policy Makers Educators (Superintendents, Principals, Teachers) Local School Districts and Communities Arkansas School Boards Association Arkansas School Food Service Association Arkansas Child Health Advisory Committee Arkansas Department of Education Arkansas Department of Health and Human Services Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families American Academy of Family Physicians Community Health Centers of Arkansas Arkansas Wellness Team : Arkansas Wellness Team Arkansas Action For Healthy Kids Arkansas Parent Teacher Association Arkansas Foundation for Medical Care Arkansas Children’s Hospital University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Arkansas Center for Health Improvement College of Medicine College of Public Health Area Health Education Centers USDA Nutrition Research Center Delta Nutrition Intervention Research Initiative And the list goes on…… A LOT OF WORK...BUT WORTH THE EFFORT! : A LOT OF WORK...BUT WORTH THE EFFORT!

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