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LOCAL WELLNESS PLAN

Monitoring. 

The superintendent or designee will ensure compliance with established district-wide nutrition and physical activity wellness policies. At Cornerstone High School, the principal or designee will ensure compliance with those policies in the school and will report on the school's compliance to the school superintendent or designee.

School food service staff, at the school or district level, will ensure compliance with nutrition policies within school food service areas and will report on this matter to the superintendent (or if done at the school level, to the school principal). In addition, the school district will report on the most recent USDA School Meals Initiative (SMI) review findings and any resulting changes. If the district has not received a SMI review from the state agency within the past five years, the district will request from the state agency that a SMI review be scheduled as soon as possible.

The superintendent or designee will develop a summary report every three years on compliance with the district's established nutrition and physical activity wellness policies, based on input from school staff. That report will be provided to the school board and also distributed to all school health councils, parent/teacher organizations, school principal, and school health services personnel.

Policy Review. 

Assessments will be repeated every three years to help review policy compliance, assess progress, and determine areas in need of improvement. As part of that review, the school district will review our nutrition and physical activity policies; provision of an environment that supports healthy eating and physical activity; and nutrition and physical education policies and program elements. The district, and individual schools within the district, will, as necessary, revise the wellness policies and develop work plans to facilitate their implementation. 

Local Wellness Plan

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