Kelly Lewis, Coordinated School
Michelle Christian, CSH Assistant
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The 8 Components of Coordinated
- Health Education - a planned,
sequential PreK-12 curriculum and program that addresses the physical mental
and emotional, and social dimensions of health.
- Health Services - are provided and/or supervised
by school health nurses to appraise, protect, and promote the health of
- Nutrition Services - assure access to a variety
of nutritious, affordable and appealing meals in school that accommodate the
health and nutrition needs of all students.
- Physical Education/Activity - a planned,
sequential PreK-12 curriculum program that follows national standards in
providing developmentally appropriate, cognitive content and learning
experiences in a variety of physical activity areas.
- Healthy School Environment - concerns the
quality of the physical and aesthetic surroundings; the psychosocial climate,
safety, and culture of the school; the school safety and emergency plans; and
the periodic review and testing factors and conditions that influence the
- Mental Health/School Counseling - assess and
improve the mental, emotional, and social health of every student.
- Student, Family, and Community Partners - an
integrated approach for enhancing the health and well-being of students both
at school and in the community.
- School Staff Wellness - opportunities such as
health assessments, health education and physical fitness activities are
provided to all school staff, including the administrators, teachers, and
support personnel, to improve their health status.
To improve students' health and their
capacity to learn through the support of families, communities, and schools.
Children must be healthy to be educated
and must be educated to be healthy.
Funding and support provided by the Tennessee
Department of Education Coordinated School Health Act TCA 49-1-1002