Mission Statement

RISD Local Wellness Policy

RISD Local Wellness Plan

CHSP (Coordinated School Health Program)

Interested in joining? If you are interested in making a positive impact on the future health of our children and their families by serving on the Royal ISD SHAC, please contact Walter Harrison at wharrison@royal-isd.net

SCHOOL HEALTH ADVISORY COUNCIL (SHAC)

MEETING DETAILS

The next meeting is on November 15 at 3:00PM.

Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87094377039 (Meeting ID: 870 9437 7039)

Attendee sign-in form: https://forms.gle/veye7FdiwR9cGf578

Agenda:

  1. Introduction of the Committee members

  2. Why SHAC

  3. C&I Committee Curriculum overview- Quaver Health & PE or Catch

  4. Vote for Chair and Co-Chair - Moving Forward

  5. Community Meeting

WHAT IS A SHAC?

A SHAC is a group of parents, community members, and school employees working together to improve the health of all students and families through the coordinated school health program. The majority of SHAC members must be parents who have children currently enrolled in the district and are not employed by the school district. All board appointed members are provided with an orientation and each member has an opportunity to contribute and bring suggestions regarding school health issues to the district.

WHY DO WE NEED A SHAC?

  • It's a Texas law.

  • School plays an important role in teaching healthy habits.

  • Healthy homes and healthy schools support healthy children.

  • Healthy children learn better.

WHAT DOES A SHAC DO?

A SHAC can have a variety of roles. Members work together to give recommendations and provide support to all of the eight interacting components of the Coordinated School Health Programs (CSHP) as listed here:

  • Physical Education

  • Health Education

  • Nutrition Services

  • Health Services

  • Healthy and Safe School Environment

  • Counseling, Psychological, and Social Services

  • Staff Wellness Promotion

  • Family and Community Involvement