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Wellness

District Wellness Committee

The District Health Education & Wellness Advisory Committee convenes twice a year to discuss wellness goals for students and staff. All meetings and membership are open to Central School District students, parents, staff, and community members.

 

 

Meeting Agenda & Minutes

2019 March Wellness Meeting

    Wellness Survey Results

    Guide to Healthy Celebrations

2018 October Wellness Meeting

2018 March Wellness Meeting

2017 March Wellness Meeting

 

District Wellness Policy Annual Progress Report

The District will assess and update the District Wellness Policy every 3 years and complete a Wellness Policy Progress Report annually.

 

Wellness Progress Report

2018 Annual Progress Report

District Mission Statement

Central School District is committed to supporting a healthy lifestyle through health and nutrition education, various opportunities for physical activity, maintaining high standards for foods on all campuses, and promoting student and staff wellness.

2019 District wellness survey

Thank you to all those who participated in our Wellness Survey. You may view the results here:   2019 District Wellness Survey Results

Wellness Plan

Central School District (hereto referred to as the District) is committed to the optimal development of every student. The District believes that for students to have the opportunity to achieve personal, academic, developmental, and social success, we need to create positive, safe, and health-promoting learning environments at every level, in every setting, throughout the school year.

 


 

Central School District Wellness Plan updated April 2019

Information for classroom parties & Competitive Food Sales

Central School District Guidelines for Classroom Celebrations and Student Incentives:   Healthy Celebrations

 

Central School District Guidelines for Foods Sold Outside of the School Meal Program:   Competitive Foods Sales

 

Competitive Food Sales and Fundraisers During the School Day

A competitive food is a food or beverage in which the following five criteria must be met in order to have a competitive food sale: (1) sold, (2) to a student, (3) on the school campus, (4) during the school day, and (5) outside of the federal reimbursable meal program (7 CFR, Section 210.11[a][2]). If all five criteria are not met, it is not a competitive food sale and the competitive food rules do not apply.

 

"School Day" is defined as midnight to 30 minutes after the last dismissal bell.

 

California requires that all competitive foods and beverages meet applicable standards; therefore, California does not allow any exempted food or beverage fundraisers during the school day. Fundraisers can still occur during the school day, but they must follow all applicable state and federal competitive food rules. For additional information regarding fundraisers, please visit the CDE Grain Entrées/Fundraisers Related to Smart Snacks Webpage.

 

Reference Card for Foods Sold Outside of the School Meal Program:

Competitive Food Sales Reference Card.pdf

 

Calculator to Determine if Foods Sold Outside of the Meal Program are Compliant:

Smart Snack Calculator

 

 

Board Policy

Administrative Regulations

pre-approved items

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