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									                                                                              Keynote Speakers:
                         Registration:
Registration for the pre-conference workshops (morning                        Rick McGuire, Ph.D. - is the Director of Sport Psychology for
and afternoon sessions) on November 29th is $50.00 for                        Intercollegiate Athletics at the University of Missouri, and Graduate
1 session (EITHER morning OR afternoon session)                               Professor of Sport Psychology in the Department of Educational,
and $75 for a morning AND an afternoon session. This                          School and Counseling Psychology. For 27 years (1983-2010) he was
includes workshop materials. Early Bird registration                          Missouri’s Head Track and Field Coach. He is the founder and was
                                                                              chairman of the USA Track and Field Sport Psychology program for
for the conference on November 30th and December 1st is
                                                                              27 years, supporting athlete performance in the 1992 Barcelona and
$120.00. Registration and payment must be received before                     1996 Atlanta Olympic Games. Dr. McGuire established Missouri’s
Saturday, November 3rd to qualify for the Early Bird                          graduate masters and doctoral programs in Sport Psychology.
Rate. The regular rate of registration for those registering                  Dr. McGuire has been a significant contributor to the cause of
November 3rd or after will be $140.00. Full time students                     coaching education, has written extensively, and is a prominent
(enrolled in 12 hours & with proof of enrollment) can                         speaker at coach’s organizations meetings, clinics, and seminars.
register for a fee of $50. Registration costs include                         He has recently established the “Missouri Institute for Positive
conference materials, continental breakfast, lunch on Friday                  Coaching” to support, research, teach, and in all ways encourage
and continental breakfast on Saturday.                                        the importance and the impact of highly effective positive coaching.

                     How to Register:                                         Michelle Owens - is the National Student and Employee Wellness
                                                                              Manager for the Alliance for a Healthier Generation’s, Healthy
Registrations can be made via online, mail, phone, or fax.
                                                                              Schools Program. She provides technical assistance, professional
Purchase orders are not accepted. No matter which                             development training and resource brokering for schools across
registration method is used, in order to be considered for                    the country working to create healthier environments by infusing
the early bird discount fee, payment MUST be received by                      more physical activity opportunities, healthy eating options
MCSHC before the November 3rd date.                                           and nutrition education into their schools. She has presented at
                                                                              national, state and local conferences on implementing physical
* Mail: Individuals may complete the registration form and
                                                                              activity and healthy eating programs for students and staff,
  mail it with payment to Missouri Coordinated School Health
                                                                              before, during and after the school day. Michelle currently
  Coalition (MCSHC), c/o Steiner and Associates, 501 S. Cedar
                                                                              resides in the Outer Banks of NC, and she enjoys running on
  Lake Drive, Columbia, MO 65203
                                                                              the beach with her two dogs, fishing, kayaking and gardening.
*    Phone/Fax: Individuals can register by fax at 573-875-8158               La Tanisha Wright – is a nationally acclaimed speaker and
    or they may register by phone by calling MCSHC’s conference               anti-tobacco activist and currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia.
    coordinator, Steiner and Associates, at 573-442-2963 or                   In 2001, she pursued career opportunities in Detroit, Michigan
    573-489-0622 (cell).                                                      with Brown & Williamson (B&W) Tobacco Company. She
*    If you register by mail, phone, or fax, your registration is not         quickly developed expertise in tobacco industry marketing,
    complete until payment is received in full.                               advertising and merchandising. She obtained exceptional
                                                                              knowledge of the tobacco industry’s strategy of demographic
* Duplicate receipts will be issued until December 31, 2012, for a            targeting to minorities, tobacco industry retail contacts, the
  fee of $3.00 per receipt.                                                   overall tobacco retail landscape/culture, the strategic placement
For additional information or conference questions, call Ken                  of tobacco products and the general characteristics (including
Steiner, Conference Coordinator, at 573-442-2963 or                           sales volume and targeted age groups) of tobacco trade channels.
573-489-0622
                                                                              When the B & W and RJR (RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company)
                                                                              merger was completed, Ms. Wright was offered a position with
         Cancellations / Substitutions:                                       RJR which she rejected and joined the National African American
Full refunds of conference fees, less a $15 processing fee, will be granted   Tobacco Prevention Network (NAATPN) to take on tobacco
if WRITTEN notice of cancellation is received at the Office of Steiner        challenges that impact communities of color. She envisioned
and Associates with a postmark NO later than November 3, 2012. After          and created Follow The Signs (FTS) and authored two training
November 3, 2012, NO refunds will be given. However, substitutions are
                                                                              manuals. FTS raises awareness about the impact of tobacco
encouraged and are permitted. To authorize a substitute in your place,
you will need to notify Steiner and Associates prior to the conference
                                                                              industry retail contracts on the sale of tobacco products, as well as
date. All cancellations and substitutions notifications must be submitted     predatory tobacco industry marketing tactics aimed at increasing
in writing. Should the conference be canceled due to inclement weather,       menthol use, youth access and addiction in underserved, low
full refunds will be reimbursed. Should registrants need to cancel due to     socioeconomic and predominately African American communities.
inclement weather, but the conference has not been canceled, with written
notification received by December 31, 2012, they will receive a voucher       In March, 2011, Ms. Wright joined DB Consulting, Inc. and
for a 50% credit of what was paid, to be used for the 2013 Conference.        serves as the tobacco subject matter expert for the Centers
If the weather is questionable, please call Steiner and Associates at         for Disease Control Communities Putting Prevention to Work
573-489-0622 or check the MCSHC’s web site at www.healthykidsmo.org.
                                                                              Initiative. She has trained thousands of tobacco control advocates
                                                                              representing federal, state and local agencies with diverse
                                                                              tobacco control objectives that serve various communities.
Sponsor:
Missouri Coordinated School Health Coalition


Co-Sponsors:
Children’s Trust Fund
Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services
KC Healthy Kids
Midwest Dairy Council
Missouri Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance
Missouri Association of School Nurses
Missouri Council for Activity and Nutrition
Missouri Department of Agriculture
                                                                                            Lodging:
Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education                         Conference participants are
Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services                                 responsible for making their own
Missouri Department of Mental Health
                                                                                  room reservations by calling the
Missouri Foundation for Health
SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center
                                                                                  Lodge of Four Seasons Resort at
St. Louis District Dairy Council                                                  1-888-265-5500 or 800-843-5253
University of Missouri Extension                                                  or 573-365-3000. A room block
                                                                                  will be held until October 31,
                                                                                  2012. After October 31, 2012,
General Information:                                                              rooms can be reserved on a space
                                                                                  available basis only. The room
Program Objectives:                                                               rate is $85.00 plus tax for single
At the end of this conference participants will be able to:                       or double occupancy. The room
* Incorporate innovative strategies and information into school health practice   rate applies 2 days before and/or
* Examine leadership skills needed in the school environment and broader          after the official dates of the con-
  community                                                                       ference based on availability. As
* Extend knowledge of laws and policies affecting school health                   an added bonus, the conference
* Formulate strategies to promote health in the school environment and            rate has been extended over the
  community                                                                       weekend if families want to come
* Suggest achievable partnerships to support health policies and programs
                                                                                  for holiday shopping, festivities,
* Expand professional networks
                                                                                  etc. on a space available basis.
Conference Essentials:
Since the conference is held in November/December and the temperature in
different meeting rooms tends to vary, it is recommended that you dress in
layers in order to accommodate the variance in temperatures and for your
comfort. Also, please remember to bring note-taking materials and a writing
instrument.
ADA:
If you have any disability that requires special materials or services, contact
Ken Steiner, Conference Coordinator, at 573-442-2963 or 573-489-0622.


Emergency Calls:
Emergency calls during the meeting should be directed to 573-365-3000 and
ask for the Coordinated School Health Conference Registration Desk.
                                               Pre-conference
Thursday, November 29, 2012                                        8:45 a.m. – 12:00 noon Morning Pre-conference Sessions

                                                                   2-A. Drug Trends in Today’s Schools (Part 1) – The Missouri
7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.    Pre-conference and Conference                  Police Chief’s Association will present an introduction
                         Registration – 5th floor Atrium                to their 16 hour regional course, Drug Impairment
                                                                        Training for Educational Professionals (DTIEP)
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon Morning Pre-conference Sessions                  Ed Moses, Training Coordinator, Missouri Police
                                                                        Chief’s Association, Jefferson City, MO
Participants may choose one of the following:
                                                                        This workshop will assist education professionals (School
1-A. Mental Health First Aid for Youth (Part 1)                         Nurses, School Social Workers, School Counselors, School
     Patsy Carter, Ph.D., Director of Children’s Clinical               Resource Officers and Administrators) identify chemically
     Services, MO Department of Mental Health,                          impaired individuals, whether students or visitors, and the
     Jefferson City, MO                                                 types of drugs, either illegal substances or prescription
                                                                        medication, for the purpose of ensuring a safe learning
     Mental Health First Aid is a groundbreaking public                 environment. This is not a Drug Recognition Expert (DRE)
     education program that helps the public identify, under            certification training program. This is a 6 hour introductory
     stand, and respond to signs of mental illnesses and                course. You must attend the morning and afternoon session.
     substance use disorders. Mental Health First Aid for
     Youth is offered in the form of an interactive 8-hour              3. Stewards of Children: Adults Resolving Child Sexual
     course that presents an overview of normal adolescent              Abuse in Communities
     development, mental illness and substance use dis                  Joy Oesterly, Executive Director, MO KidsFirst,
     orders in the U.S. and introduces participants to risk             Jefferson City, MO
     factors and warning signs of mental health problems,
                                                                        Missouri KidsFirst will conduct two 1/2 day Stewards
     builds under standing of their impact, and overviews
                                                                        of Children Child Sexual Abuse Prevention sessions.
     common treatments. Those who take the 8-hour
                                                                        The training provides a great staff in-service that lasts
     course to certify as Mental Health First Aiders learn
                                                                        approximately 3 hours. Stewards of Children teaches adults
     a 5-step action plan encompassing the skills, resources
                                                                        how to prevent, recognize and react responsibly to child
     and knowledge to help a youth in crisis, or who is
                                                                        sexual abuse. Stewards of Children is the only nationally
     just developing mental health problems, connect with
                                                                        distributed program proven to increase knowledge,
     appropriate professional, peer, social, and self-help care.
                                                                        improve attitudes, and change child protective behaviors.
                                                                        Missouri KidsFirst will augment the presentation to make
     The Mental Health First Aid for Youth course has
                                                                        certain it will help schools meet the requirements of the
     benefited a variety of audiences and key professions,
                                                                        Amy Hestir legislation passed last year.
     including: primary care professionals, faith
     communities, school personnel and educators, law              4.   The School Nurse’s Role in Emergency Response and
     enforcement, juvenile officers, state policymakers,                Preparedness
     volunteers, young people, families and the                         Anne Meredith Kyle, BSN, RN, Show-Me Response
     general public. This is an 8 hour course. You must                 Program Coordinator, Center for Emergency
     attend the morning and afternoon session.                          Response and Terrorism, MO Department of Health and
     Minimum number of participants (15) needed to                      Senior Services, Jefferson City, MO This session is
     present course.                                                    sponsored by CERT-DHSS.
                                                                        School Nurses have an important role in both preparing
                                                                        for, and responding to emergencies at school. Vital parts
                                                                        of that preparation include defining your role (and how it
                                                                        changes during an emergency) and communicating plans
                                                                        with faculty and staff. This session will cover issues
                                                                        related to preparation for, and response to emergencies at
                                                                        school. Concepts related to shelter in place (meds, food,
                                                                        potty and stress); personal and household preparedness,
                                                                        and the importance of drills will be included.
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5. Pediatric Obesity in the School Setting                       1:15-4:30 p.m.            Afternoon Pre-conference Sessions
   Amy Beck, Ph.D. Team Psychologist and Shelly Summar,
   MSEd., RD, LD Dietitian, Weight Management, Children’s        2-B. Drug Trends in Today’s Schools (Part 2)
   Mercy Hospital and Clinics, Kansas City, MO. This                  Ed Moses, Training Coordinator, Missouri Police
   session is sponsored by MOCAN-DHSS.                                Chief’s Association, Jefferson City, MO

The dramatic rise in childhood obesity has resulted in new            This workshop will assist education professionals
challenges for school nurses and staff. This session will             (School Nurses, School Social Workers, School
offer insight into how to talk about weight with students             Counselors, School Resource Officers and
who might be interested in getting help from their school             Administrators) identify chemically impaired
nurse and identifying potential resources. This will include          individuals, whether students or visitors, and the types
an introduction to the style of motivational interviewing             of drugs, either illegal substances or prescription
for working with students and their families and addressing           medication, for the purpose of ensuring a safe learning
barriers to change.                                                   environment. This is not a Drug Recognition Expert
                                                                      (DRE) certification training program. This is a 6 hour
12:00-1:00 p.m. Lunch on your own                                     introductory course. You must attend the morning
                                                                      and afternoon session.
1:00-5:00 p.m.     Afternoon Pre-conference Sessions
                                                                 6. Stewards of Children REPEAT OF MORNING SESSION
        Participants may choose one of the following:               Joy Oesterly, Executive Director, MO KidsFirst,
                                                                    Jefferson City, MO
1-B. Mental Health First Aid for Youth (Part 2)
      Patsy Carter, Ph.D., Director of Children’s Clinical          Stewards of Children teaches adults how to prevent,
     Services, MO Department of Mental Health,                      recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse.
     Jefferson City, MO                                             Stewards of Children is the only nationally distributed
                                                                    program proven to increase knowledge, improve
Mental Health First Aid is a groundbreaking public education        attitudes, and change child protective behaviors. Missouri
program that helps the public identify, understand, and             KidsFirst will augment the presentation to make certain
respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use              it will help schools meet the requirements of the Amy
disorders. Mental Health First Aid for Youth is offered in          Hestir legislation passed last year.
the form of an interactive 8-hour course that presents an
overview of normal adolescent development, mental illness        7. An Ounce of Prevention: Addressing Health Issues
and substance use disorders in the U.S. and introduces              of Adolescents and Young Adults
participants to risk factors and warning signs of mental             Brenda Bell, Human Development Specialist, MU
health problems, builds understanding of their impact, and          Extension, West Plains, MO. This session is sponsored
overviews common treatments. Those who take the 8-hour              by University Extension &DHSS
course to certify as Mental Health First Aiders learn a 5-step
action plan encompassing the skills, resources and knowledge        An Ounce of Prevention is a new curriculum resource for
to help a youth in crisis, or who is just developing mental         school nurses, high school health, family and community
health problems, connect with appropriate professional, peer,       sciences (FCS) and health occupations teachers as well as
social, and self-help care.                                         nurses, public health, and other health professionals who
                                                                    educate teens and young adults. The session will present
The Mental Health First Aid for Youth course has benefited a        an overview of the ten chapters and topics covered in the
variety of audiences and key professions, including: primary        curriculum guide and online. Resources, lesson plans,
care professionals, faith communities, school personnel             learning activities, assessments, and teacher and teen
and educators, law enforcement, juvenile officers, state            web tutorials will be demonstrated. In addition to the
policymakers, volunteers, young people, families and the
general public. This is an 8 hour course. You must attend
the morning and afternoon session. Minimum number of
participants (15) is needed to present course.
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   two new topics (STIs/STDs and healthy relationships),       8:30-9:30 a.m.    Keynote Presentation Dr. Rick McGuire –
   other chapters include prevention of birth defects; folic                     Granada Ballroom A
   acid/nutrition; alcohol and tobacco use; family health
   history; preconception planning; and newborn screening.     Harnessing the Influence of Sport to Promote
   There are lots of ideas to support Missouri health-         Coordinated School Health
   related curriculum framework standards. All attendees
   who complete the training will receive a free Ounce of      From the international celebration of the Olympics to the
   Prevention: Addressing Health Issues of Adolescents and     six-year old’s triumph of getting on base during their t-ball
   Young Adults curriculum guide (which would cost $80 if      game, there are few areas of activities that capture the
   purchased without the training).                            attention of Americans more than Sport. Sport offers many
                                                               positive experiences that are sometimes over-shadowed by
8. Children and Youth Assisted by Medical Technology           unnecessary aspects. Are we willing to look past the negative
   in the School Setting                                       to find the positive aspects of Sport that can influence
   Debra D’Arcy RN, St Louis County Special School             positive change in our schools? This presentation will sound
   District, Lori Osborne RN, Columbia Public Schools,         the charge for schools to develop a broader perspective on
   Marjorie Cole RN, MODHSS This session is sponsored          Sport in their schools. Dr. McGuire will provide practical
   by the Missouri Association of School Nurses                applications for harnessing the power of Sport to foster a
                                                               better, healthier, and more effective school environment
   An increasing number of children and youth who are          through coordinated school health.
   assisted by medical treatment and technology are living
   and attending schools in their home communities. This       9:30-10:00 a.m. Beverage Break and exhibits – Granada
   session provides information on planning and providing                      Ballroom B & C
   individualized care for children with special health
   care needs in the school setting. Tools to develop an       10:15-11:30 a.m. Concurrent Sessions: (please choose one
   Individualized Health Care Plan (IHP), guidelines for                        session for this time frame)
   cultural assessments, information for planning safe
   transportation, and skills checklists to be used when
   teaching and training school staff are included in this     9. The Trevor Project CARE
   session.                                                       Beth Schroeder, LMSWS, Trevor Project Regional
                                                                  Coordinator Missouri West

Friday, November 30, 2012                                         The Trevor Project CARE (Connect, Accept, Respond,
                                                                  Empower) trainings for adults and professionals provide
7:00-5:00 p.m.   Registration – outside Granada Ballroom          an overview of suicide among lesbian, gay, bisexual,
                                                                  transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth and the
7:15-12:45 p.m. Exhibits – Granada Ballroom B & C and             different environmental stressors that contribute to their
                foyer                                             heightened risk for suicide. The training covers what
                                                                  research states regarding reducing the risk of suicide
7:15-8:15 a.m.   Continental Breakfast – Granada Ballroom         and promoting resiliency in addition to best practices
                 B & C – Sponsored by St. Louis District          and practical steps that service providers, educators, and
                 Dairy Councel                                    others can take to promote a positive environment for all
                                                                  youth.
8:15-8:25 a.m.   Welcome and Sandy Mazzocco
                 Scholarship Award– Granada Ballroom A
                                                 Conference
10. Bed Bugs, Roaches, and Nits -- Oh My!! Approaches            14. The Missouri Poison Center Joins the Drug War
    to Outsmart Pests that Can Hitchhike to Your School              Peggy Kinamore, RN, BSN, CSPI, Public Education
    or Home                                                          Coordinator, Missouri Poison Center, St. Louis, MO
    Anastasia Becker, MS, Integrated Pest                           Medication abuse and misuse among pre-teen and
    Management Program Manager, Missouri Dept. of                   teenagers is a bigger problem than most people realize.
    Agriculture, Jefferson City, MO.                                This session will inform about the pervasiveness of
                                                                    prescription drug abuse and its harmful consequences.
   Bed bugs continue to be an emerging issue in many                2009 – 2012 has brought an increase in calls to the
   areas and their discovery frequently causes panic. Learn         Missouri Poison Center about man-made designer drugs,
   how school health professionals can be prepared to help          including synthetic marijuana and ‘bath salts’. Included
   address a bed bug sighting in a sensitive manner. Other          will be the history, accessibility, lawfulness, related
   unwanted school “visitors” that can pose potential health        symptoms and dangers of these substances.
   risks or contribute airborne allergen triggers will also be
   discussed, along with some simple, low-cost solutions to      11:30–12:45 p.m. Lunch and exhibits-Granada Ballroom
   outsmart and prevent these pests. A successful action plan                     B & C (Exhibits close at 12:45 p.m.)
   to tackle a pest issue in both school and home settings                        Sponsored by Midwest Dairy Council
   integrates multiple strategies which can also improve
   indoor environmental quality.                                 12:45-1:45 p.m.    Keynote Presentation - La Tanisha Wright
11. Dairy Mythbusters!                                           Follow the Signs: Big Tobacco Retail Contracts &
    Ellen Wheeler, MPH, Nutrition Educator, St. Louis            Practices in African American & Low SES Communities
    District Dairy Council, St. Louis MO

   Dairy food myths are busted! Dairy products contribute        FTS raises awareness about the impact of tobacco industry
   many nutrients, such as calcium, vitamin D, and               retail contracts on the sale of tobacco products, as well
   potassium that are essential for child health. Join St.       as predatory tobacco industry marketing tactics aimed at
   Louis Dairy Council for an informative session on             increasing menthol use, youth access, and addiction in
   dairy myths and how you can jump start your efforts           underserved, low socioeconomic and predominately African
   to promote dairy products to students. Session will           American communities. This speaker is being sponsored by
   include an update on all things dairy as well as resources    the DHSS Tobacco program.
   available from St. Louis Dairy Council, such as grant
   money, health fair materials, and a classroom lesson plan.    1:45–2:00 p.m.    Movement Break

12. Teaching With Games                                          2:00-3:15 p.m.    Concurrent Sessions: (please choose one
    Marilyn Grechus, PhD, University of Central Missouri,                          session for this time frame)
    Warrensburg, MO
                                                                 15. CSH at the Crossroads: Where Schools and Public
   This presentation will discuss how games can be used to           Health Meet
   teach, reinforce, and assess. The participants will learn         Becky Schrama, RN and Barb Spaw, RN,
   how to create their own games and given links to access           District Nurse Consultants, Missouri Department of
   pre-made and create-your-own games.                               Health & Senior Services, Jefferson City, MO

13. What’s New in Food Service                                      Your CSH efforts can be enhanced by including your
    Karen Wooton RD, LD, Director, School Food Services,            local health department as a partner. Join us for a
                                                                    discussion of how to promote the healthy activities within
    DESE, Jefferson City, MO
                                                                    your school to partner with your local health department.
                                                                    You will learn how to identify shared goals and how these
    An update of the new regulations for the National
                                                                    connections will benefit your whole community.
    School Lunch and Breakfast Programs resulting from the
    Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act will be reviewed during
    this session. Emphasis will be placed on the new food
    based meal pattern.
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16. Going for the Gold-Bringing the Evidence-based Gold             Rogers Middle School in Afton, MO., will share how she
    Standard for Creating Comprehensive Tobacco Policy              has worked within her school to engage middle school
    to Our Schools. A Panel Discussion                              students, form a coordinated school health team, and
    Rhonda M. Boykin (Moderator), Panel: Dr. Sarah                  create sustainable changes throughout her school. Also,
    Moreland-Russell - Associate Director, Center for Public        Midwest Dairy Council will showcase how Fuel Up to
    Health Systems Science, George Warren Brown School              Play 60 can help your school meet Healthier US School
    of Social Work, Washington University, St. Louis, MO;           Challenge status. Sponsored by Midwest Dairy Council
    Shonda Amber-Phillips – Coordinator, Prevention and
    Guidance Services, Rockwood School District, St. Louis,     19. New DESE Family and Individual Health Curriculum
    MO; Joyce Lara - Tobacco Free Missouri’s statewide              Framework
    Youth Coordinator, University of Missouri, St. Louis, MO        Merilee Thoenen, Supervisor, Family Consumer Sciences
    and Ken McManus - Licensed professional counselor/              & Human Services, MO Department of Elementary and
    owner of McManus Family Counseling, St. Louis, Mo.              Secondary Education, Jefferson City, MO
                                                                    The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
    This session will detail what the gold standard of a            (DESE) is rolling out an online framework with various
    comprehensive school tobacco policy is, how it was              teaching resources and activities for required high school
    successfully implemented in the Rockwood School                 health and family and consumer sciences health classes.
    District including utilization of youth advocacy groups,        The workshop will be a great opportunity to inform
    and subsequent challenges and push back of the                  teachers of these new ideas and resources to enhance
    implementation as well as the rewards. Sponsored by             their health education in the classroom.
    DHSS tobacco program.

17. Teaching Teens About Immunizations                          3:15–3:30 p.m.     Movement Break
    Deborah Artman, RN, MSN, MPH, NCSN, Lindbergh
    School District Lead Nurse, Lindbergh Schools Safety        3:30-4:45 p.m.     Concurrent Sessions: (please choose one
    Coordinator, Gateway Immunization Coalition Co-Chair,                          session for this time frame)
    St. Louis, MO
                                                                20. New and Emerging Tobacco Products
                                                                    Tiffany Bowman, MSW, Coordinator of the Wellness
    This session will present the Gateway Immunization
                                                                    Center, State Tobacco Prevention Program, University of
    Coalition’s field tested approach to teaching adolescents
                                                                    Missouri-Columbia
    about immunizations. This program has been shown to
    be effective at increasing knowledge about adolescent
                                                                    This interactive session will give an overview of
    immunizations, and increasing teens intentions to speak
                                                                    many new tobacco and nicotine delivery devices that
    with parents, school nurses, and physicians about the
                                                                    are readily accessible to youth today and the possible
    recommended immunizations.
                                                                    dangers associated with their use. This is relevant for
18. Fuel Up to Play 60: Creating Sustainable Changes                school professionals, given that so many of the new
                                                                    products are easy to hide while sitting in classrooms or
    and Empowering Students
                                                                    participating in sports. The session includes a very brief
    Courtney Corbett, Program Manager, Health and
                                                                    overview of marketing and the FDA law as it relates to
    Wellness, Midwest Dairy Council along with Fuel Up to
                                                                    new tobacco products.
    Play 60 School Panel

    Become a quarterback for wellness in your district and      21. Oral Health Education Review for School Nurses-
    score big as a coordinated school health member!                Preventing Dental Decay in School Age Children
    Learn how Fuel Up to Play 60, the comprehensive                 Jeffrey Bellamy, RDH, and Ann Hoffman, RDH, BSDH,
    in-school nutrition and physical activity program founded       MO Department of Health & Senior Services,
    by National Dairy Council® and the National Football            Jefferson City, MO
    League, in collaboration with USDA, is positively
    impacting schools across Missouri. During this timely           Dental caries is the single most prevalent chronic
    presentation, Missouri’s Fuel Up to Play 60 Program             childhood disease in the United States at a rate five
    Advisor of the Year, Kathy Beezley, School Nurse from           times more than asthma and seven times more than hay
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   fever. Dental decay is preventable through education       24. School-wide Positive Behavior Support (SW-PBS):
   on the proper techniques of tooth brushing, flossing           Missouri Success Stories
   and a healthy diet low in sugar, the amount of tooth           Terry Bigby, Ed.D. and Diane Feeley; Missouri SW-PBS
   decay can be reduced. More than 51 million school              Tier 2/Tier 3 Consultants, University of Missouri-Kansas
   hours are missed due to dental related issues. Children        City
   cannot learn when they have tooth pain; the ability to
   concentrate is nearly impossible, thus affecting the           What school-wide systems that can be put in place for
   outcome of a child’s education. The Missouri Department        all students and all staff that prevent behaviors from
   of Health and Senior Services’ Oral Health Program             occurring, decrease the number of students exhibiting
   offers a free, community-based fluoride varnish program        problem behaviors, and reduce the intensity of those
   known as the Preventive Services Program (PSP). PSP            behaviors? School-wide Positive Behavior Support
   is available to all children in the state and provides         (SW-PBS) is a three-tiered model that focuses on
   materials and supplies for education, prevention and           developing consistent systems to proactively teach
   referral for children with dental decay.                       expected behaviors. This session will provide an
                                                                  overview of SW-PBS, success stories from Missouri
22. Working with Your Coordinated School Health Team              schools, and information about how Missouri
    to Implement Expanding Breakfast Programs                     SW-PBS and other state agencies are partnering to
    Bridget Sheehan, Midwest Dairy Council and                    improve the quality of life for Missouri students.
    representatives from Lee’s Summit School District
                                                              25. Update – Emergent Care of Students with Asthma
   Expanding school breakfast programs are an ideal               Ben Francisco, PhD, PNP-BC, AE-C, Director, Asthma
   solution to increase participation, improve student            Ready Communities, Research Assistant Professor, Child
   achievement, and reduce behavioral issues. From                Health, Pulmonary Medicine & Allergy, School of
   Breakfast In the Classroom to Grab-n-Go Programs,              Medicine, University of Missouri Health Systems,
   expanding school breakfast programs require a                  Columbia, MO
   coordinated school health approach. Attendees will hear
   firsthand from our expanding school breakfast expert          House Bill 1188 (2012) provides for dispensing and
   panel, including a school superintendent, principal, and      use of stock asthma-related rescue medication by
   food service professional from Missouri. Midwest Dairy        trained school employees under the supervision of a
   Council and Missouri Department of Elementary and             school nurse for emergent management of students
   Secondary Education will also add to the conversation         who have no personal medication supply at school.
   by showcasing various funding opportunities for schools.      The National Asthma Education and Prevention
   Sponsored by Midwest Dairy Council and Missouri               Program provides new guidance for the
   Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.             “Management of Asthma Exacerbations: School
                                                                 Treatment” (2011). This presentation will review
23. HYTC: Helping Youth Take Control
                                                                 implications of MO HB 1188 and will encouage a
    Stephanie Washington, Youth Health Educator, Missouri
    Department of Health and Senior Services, Jefferson          strategy for preventing asthma emergencies and
    City, MO                                                     effectively managing students with emergent asthma.

   This session will provide training, tools and resources
   to deliver a comprehensive, medically accurate sexual
   health education program using the HYTC (Helping
   Youth Take Control) tool kit and online module. HYTC
   comes complete with lesson plans, power point,
   interactive learning tools and more. HYTC is geared
   toward adolescents (grades 7-12) and young adults.
                                                   Conference



Saturday, December 1, 2012
7:30-11:30 a.m.      Registration – outside Granada Ballroom

7:30-8:15 a.m.       Continental Breakfast – HK Restaurant

8:30 - 11:30 a.m.    Moving Employee Wellness Beyond
                     the Biggest Loser-Granada
                     Ballroom A
  Sponsored by the Alliance for A Healthier Generation.

    An interactive session related to staff wellness and
    suggestions for integrating physical activity into school
    life. Come learn from an experienced School Wellness
    Leader, professional Healthy Schools Staff and others in
    this fun, collaborative session. This will be an active
    learning event, so wear casual clothing. Participants
    will learn the best practice of beginning, implementing
    and sustaining employee wellness programs. Michelle
    Owens will return to the conference as the School
    Employee Wellness Content Manager for the Alliance


                                                                  Missouri
    for a Healthier Generation. Karen Cooper, Missouri
    Relationship Manager, will show you how to connect
    to free and sustainable resources. Michelle Owens,
    Employee Wellness Content Manager will lead an
    interactive learning workshop.Peggy Karleskint, RN,
    Employee Wellness Leader will share challenges and
    successes from her Missouri school.Pat Simmons,
                                                                 Coordinated
    DHHS, will share some interesting results of a recent
    Missouri School Wellness survey.

All participants are invited to learn and play with us!
                                                                School Health
11:30 to 11:45       Adjournment (short wrap-up and door
                     prizes) – Granada Ballroom A
                                                                  Coalition
Conference Goal/Purpose
The goal of the conference is to present the most up-to-date information about effective coordinated school health
programs. The purpose of the presentations is to foster and support learning, dialogue and collaboration that will improve
the performance of practicing professionals working to impact the health, safety and well-being of children.




Continuing Education Credits:
Nursing: SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by
the Missouri Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on
Accreditation.
Contact hours for this conference have been approved as follows: Thursday, November 29 – 6, 6.5 or 8, depending on the
sessions you choose. Friday, November 30 – 5.75, Saturday, December 1 – 3.0

Each nurse wanting contact hours MUST sign in at the registration desk each day she/he is in attendance.

Certificates will be available as you leave the conference.



CHES: Health Educators: Application has been made for up to16.75 hours of Category I Certified Health Education Spe-
cialist (CHES) credits for the pre-conference & the conference. Each professional should only claim the hours or credit
that he or she spent in the educational activity. The cost is $2 for every hour of credit earned. Checks should be made to
MO Public Health Association Foundation.




  Sandra Nichols Mazzocco Coordinated School Health Scholarship
  Those interested in applying to be considered for the Sandra Nichols Mazzocco Coordinated School Health Scholarship
  for the 2013 conference may do so by visiting the MCHSC web site at www.healthykidsmo.org, downloading the form
  and sending it to the address listed on the form by the November 1, 2012
                                                             Registration Form
       Missouri Coordinated School Health Conference •                                                 November 29 - December 1, 2012
Please ENTER THE NUMBER OF THE SESSION you want to attend FOR EACH TIME FRAME. This information is helpful in making
room assignments and avoiding crowding in the sessions. Thank you for your cooperation. (NO PURCHASE ORDERS ACCEPTED)
Thursday, November 29, 2012                                                           Friday, November 30, 2012
Pre-conference Sessions                                                               10:15-11:30 a.m. (Sessions 9-14) _______
8:00 or 8:45-12:00 p.m. (Sessions 1A, 2A, 3-5) _______                                2:00-3:15 p.m. (Sessions 15-19) _______
1:00 or 1:15-5:00 p.m. (Sessions 1B, 2B, 6-8) _______                                 3:30-4:45 p.m. (Sessions 20-25) _______
Saturday, December 1, 2012
8:30-11:30 a.m. (Alliance For a Healthier Generation) yes _______ or no _______ (Please indicate if attending)
I require a: ❐ vegetarian meal ❐ special meal (please describe) __________________________________________________
I require special arrangements for facilities (please describe) _________________________________________________________
Fees: NO PURCHASE ORDERS ACCEPTED!
Pre-conference-November 29th - AM OR PM .................................. $ 50.00                 $_______
Pre-conference-November 29th - AM AND PM................................ $ 75.00                   $_______
Conference-November 30th - December 1st:
  Early Bird (before Saturday, November 3rd) ............................. $120.00                 $_______
  Regular (on or after Saturday, November 3rd) ............................. $140.00               $_______
  Full Time Student (12 hours with proof of registration) ................ $ 50.00                 $_______
Total Enclosed ..............................................................     $_____________ (NO PURCHASE ORDERS ACCEPTED!)
CONTACT INFORMATION: There have been requests for contact information from past conference attendees. We will be providing a
roster of participants to all conference attendees, which include: Name, Address and Phone Numbers. Please indicate whether you would
like your contact information included in the attendee roster. (Only those marked NO will be excluded. If this section is uNmARkeD, that
person’s information WILL be included.) ❐ Yes ❐ No
PLEASE PRINT LEGIBLY OR TYPE - USE ONLY 1 FORM PER REGISTRANT (This form may be copied.)
Please indicate your PRImARY job responsibility — mark ONe ONLY:
School Nurse ❐        Health Educator ❐                  P. E. Teacher ❐            School Counselor ❐
Administrator ❐       Health Department Employee ❐       Food Nutrition Personnel ❐ Social Worker ❐

Other ❐ __________________________________________________________________________________________________
Name ____________________________________________________________________________________________________
Organization _______________________________________________________________________________________________
Organization Address_______________________________________ City/State/Zip _________________________________________
Daytime Phone Number _________________________________ Daytime FAX Number __________________________________
Email address ______________________________________________________________________________________________
Phone Number to notify you, if conference is cancelled ______________________________________________________________
❐ Check enclosed. Make check payable to: Missouri Coordinated School Health Coalition (MCSHC). Mail completed registration
form and check to: MCSHC, c/o Steiner and Associates, 501 S. Cedar Lake Drive, Columbia, MO 65203.
Credit Card Payment: Please charge my: ❐ Visa                                   ❐ MasterCard   ❐ Discover ❐ American Express
Account Number _________________________________________________ Expiration Date ____________________________
Signature _______________________________________________________ Verification Number (3 or 4 digits) ______________
                You may register by calling 573-442-2963 or 573-489-0622(cell) or FAX to 573-875-8158 and charging the fee to
                    your Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express. NO PURCHASE ORDERS WILL BE ACCEPTED!
Missouri Coordinated School Health Conference                           PRSRT STD
                                                                        U.S. Postage
501 S. Cedar Lake Drive                                                     PAID
                                                                       Columbia, MO
Columbia, MO 65203                                                     Permit No. 286




20th Annual
Coordinated School Health Conference
The Power of Partnerships: Strengthening
Schools, Family and Community Connections

Please route to:
School Nurses           Counselors
School Administrators   Social Workers
Classroom Teachers      Food Nutrition Personnel
Physical Educators      Public Health Personnel
Health Educators




     Coordinated School
     Coordinated School
               Conference
        Health Conference
        Health
                                     December 1-3, 2011
                                November 29 - December 1, 2012
                                     December 1-3, 2011
                                   The Power of Partnership:
                                   The Power of Partnership:
                                   The Power of Partnership:
                                  Strengthening School, Family
                                  Strengthening School, Family
                                  Strengthening School, Family
                                  and Community Connections
                                  and Community Connections
                                  and Community Connections
                                      Lodge of Four Seasons Resort
                                      Lodge of Four Seasons Resort
                                      Lodge of Four Seasons Resort
                                             Lake Ozark, Mo.
                                             Lake Ozark, Mo.
                                               Lake by the Mo.
                                           SponsoredOzark, Missouri
                                           Sponsored by the Missouri
                                           Sponsored by Health Coalition
                                       Coordinated Schoolthe Missouri
                                       Coordinated School Health Coalition
                                       Coordinated School Health Coalition

								
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