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the ADE Physical Education and Health Curriculum Frameworks.  The district Nutrition and Physical Activity Committee will provide a copy of the SHI results to each principal to be included in the individual school improvement plan or ACSIP Wellness Priority.

c.There should be at least two years of annual SHI school evaluations for a

comparison of progress reflected in ACSIP for 2007-08.

d.

For the school staff SHI training contact the ADE Coordinated School Health

Services.  For copies of the most current Elementary and/or Middle School/High School Assessment Guide see website link: http://www.cdc.gov/HealthyYouth/SHI/

2.BODY MASS INDEX (BMI) DATA – Required by Act 1220

Development of school ACSIP goals and objectives for nutrition and physical activities shall include the review and use of BMI data by gender, grade level and subgroup populations, if available, for each school to establish benchmarks to measure progress for students wellness.

Statewide BMI data for schools and districts can be found at the following site:

http://www.achi.net/current_initiatives/obesity.asp

2003-04 State Summary Report:

http://www.achi.net/current_initiatives/bmi/district_year.asp?searchyeartable=Districts_2003_2004

2004-05 State Summary Report:

http://www.achi.net/current_initiatives/bmi/district_year.asp?searchyeartable=Districts_2004_2005

2005-06 State Summary Report:

Not currently online

School nurses have access to aggregate school data reports by gender, grade level, and subgroup populations.  Data should be available at the school level beginning School Year (SY) 2004.

B.

OTHER EXAMPLES OF DATA RESOURCES - Choose two (2) from the

following options:

1.Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) is a voluntary self-reported survey of students.  The Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) was developed in 1990 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and supported by the Division of Adolescent School Health (DASH), to monitor priority health risk behaviors that contribute markedly to the leading causes of death, disability and social problems among youth.

The YRBS collects data from adolescents in grade K-12 in many key health related risk behaviors including violence, alcohol tobacco and other drugs, sexual behaviors, dietary behaviors and physical activity.

Rev. 2/19/2010

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