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Healthy School Review
The Healthy School Review allows your district to identify and record your processes, systems, and student data that support or
impede health and learning. The assessment includes the following areas:

        1.   Leadership and Partnerships
        2.   Policy Development
        3.   School Climate and Environment
        4.   Student Health Data
        5.   Academic Indicator Data

Additional categories are available upon request.

Answer the assessment questions to the best of your ability. Please indicate the data sources and persons to contact to obtain the
remainder of the information.

Next Steps:

   1.   Team Formation: Identify staff, community members, and parents to participate on team
   2.   Obtain additional data for review
   3.   Conduct a SWOT Analysis (Strength, Weakness, Opportunity & Threats)
   4.   Prioritize weaknesses and opportunities
   5.   Complete the CSH Workplan
   6.   Implement Workplan Strategies
   7.   Evaluate
   8.   Communicate Progress to District Leadership, Community, Parents and Students
   9.   Repeat Yearly, as needed



Adapted from Healthy Schools, UK and Healthy School Review, Ohio Department of Education and Ohio Department of Health
                                         Coordinated School Health Conference Individual Assessment 2012-2013



   1. Leadership and Partnerships
         a. How does your school provide leadership to create a positive environment that promotes health and well-being of
            students and staff?
         b. Does your district and/or buildings have school health councils or committees? (ex. nutrition and physical activity
            committee, anti-bullying, school climate, etc.)
         c. Who are the lead staff members responsible for health and well-being?
         d. What external agencies or partnerships exist to support health and well-being?
         e. How does your district refer students, parents and caregivers to appropriate services, within and beyond your
            district?

   2. Policy Development
          a. What are the key health and well-being policies in your district? (ex. nutrition, physical activity, anti-bullying, tobacco
             use prevention, school nurse ratio, health education curriculum, etc.)
          b. How does you district consult experts when reviewing these policies?
          c. Do you purchase your policies from an outside vendor or draft from model policy?

   3. School Climate and Environment
         a. How does your district encourage school pride, sense of belonging, and norms for broad participation in school life for
             students and families?
         b. How does your district encourage mutual respect for individual differences at all levels of the school—student-
             student; adult-student; adult-adult.
         c. How does your district ensure students feel physically and emotionally safe at school?




Adapted from Healthy Schools, UK and Healthy School Review, Ohio Department of Education and Ohio Department of Health

				
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