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high school levels, respectively.  http://www.cdc.gov/HealthyYouth/profiles/index.htm

III.ACSIP WELLNESS PRIORITY PLAN COMPONENTS

A.GOAL STATEMENTS

A broad statement that addresses what is to be done.  Examples of Goals from Federal Wellness Policy Requirements:

1.Goals for nutrition education, physical activity, and other school-based activities

that are designed to promote students wellness in a manner that the local educational agency determines appropriate.

2.Nutrition guidelines selected by the local educational agency for all foods

available on each school campus under the local educational agency during the school day with the objectives of promoting student health and reducing childhood obesity.

3.Reimbursable school meals, which are no less restrictive then regulations and

guidance issued by the Secretary of Agriculture pursuant to Subsections (a) and (b) of Section 10 of the Child Nutrition Act (42 U.S.C. 1779) and Action 9 (f) (1) and 17 (a) of the Richard B. Russell National School Lunch Act (42 U.S.C. 1758 (f) (1), 1766 (a), as those regulations and guidance apply to schools.

This requirement implies that districts must ensure that reimbursable school meals meet the program requirements and nutrition standards set forth under the 7 Code of Feral Regulations (CFR) Part 210 and Part 220.

4.A plan for measuring implementation of the local wellness policy, including

designations of one or more persons within each local educational agency or at each school, as appropriate, charged with operational responsibility for ensuring that each school fulfills the district’s local wellness policy requirement.

5.Community involvement shall include:  parents, students, representatives of the

school food authority, the school board, school administrators, and the public in the development of the school wellness policy.

B.BENCHMARK STATEMENTS

Must include tool of measurement, percent of growth and a timeline.

C.INTERVENTION

The overall picture of what you want to do or the improvement needed based on the district assessment results, i.e., promote lifelong healthy eating.

1.See the following resource for (1) recommendations for school-based

intervention in nutrition, (2) a bibliography of research articles to support the recommendations and (3) school-level strategies for promotion of healthy eating.  A United States Centers for Disease Control (CDC) publication:  Guidelines for

Rev. 2/19/2010

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