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What is the Wellness Policy?

The wellness policy is a federal mandate that require school districts to set goals for:

  • Nutrition Education.
  • Physical Activity.
  • All food and beverages available on campus.
  • School-based activities designed to promote student wellness.

For more questions and answers about the district wellness policy go to

Wellness Policy Q & A’s

Student, staff, and parent information and resources

Nutrition

Choose My Plate:  Information for children and adults on how to make healthy food choices. Choose My Plate

Healthy Eating Planner:  Tool offered by the Dairy Council to make planning healthier meals easier. Healthy Eating Planner

ReThink Your Drink:  A program to teach children to reduce soda consumption and make healthier beverage choices. ReThink Your Drink

Smart Snacks in School: The Smart Snacks in School Federal is effective July 1, 2014. Keep in mind, California’s competitive food sales guidelines are stricter in some areas. All food sales and food-related activities (including birthday parties) on school campus anytime before, during, and 30 minutes after the school day must adhere to these guidelines. Contact Student Nutrition Services for more information. USDA: Smart Snacks in School

Smart Snacks in School Product Calculator: Not sure if what you’re serving for sale/ classroom celebration follows the Smart Snacks ruling? No problem! Try this easy product calculator out to figure it out for you. Smart Snacks in School Product calculator. Also, review California’s competitive food sales guidelines to make sure you’re good to go. Quick reference card

Parent/Guardian Involvement

Action For Healthy Kids:  Resource available for improving children’s health. Action for Healthy Kids

Physical Activity

Go Noodle: Have you taken a brain break recently? Brain breaks keep bodies and brains active, healthy, and ready to learn. Go Noodle has 3-5 minute brain breaks and activities that you can use in the classroom. Rainy day outside? No supervision for children to play outside? Don’t let that stop you from getting in minutes of physical activity. Go Noodle is great for home use too and gives children a chance to get moving and get energy out without losing control. www.gonoodle.com
Parent invitation and activation code: Click here | Spanish: Click here

Let’s Move: Let’s Move! is about putting children on the path to a healthy future during their earliest months and years. Giving parents helpful information and fostering environments that support healthy choices. Providing healthier foods in our schools. Ensuring that every family has access to healthy, affordable food. And, helping children become more physically active. www.letsmove.gov

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