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Mentoring Freshmen Into Extracurricular Activities By: Michael Richardson
What I want Approval for a my proposed program to bring speakers into Freshman Chapel to speak about their passions and the importance of extracurricular activities in their own lives.
Benefits of Extracurriculars - Increased GPA - Weight loss - Decreased stress levels - Decreased substance use
Academic Underperformance (Holloway)
Obesity - 1 in 4 kids (16-33% of children to adults) - 300,000 deaths each year (American Academy of Child Adolescent Psychiatry)
Stress - 121 million people are affected (Self-Improvement-Advice.org, Leach)
Substance Abuse (Brown)
Substance Abuse (NSDUH)
Substance Abuse (NSDUH) Percentage of Teens Who Use Illegal Drugs
Participation in Sports 2009- 2010 Fall Sports: (Griggs, Sjolander)
Participation in Sports 2009- 2010 Winter Sports: (Griggs, Sjolander)
Participation in Sports 2009- 2010 Spring Sports: (Griggs, Sjolander)
Proposed Solution - 5 min. blocks in Freshmen Chapel - Twice a week - Guidelines
Feasibility - Club advisors (Coaches) - Students in clubs/sports - Public speaking students - Humanities teachers
Desired Outcomes and Measurements - Less stress - Grades increase - More Participation - Healthier and more active
What’s Been Done and What’s Next?
Work Cited - - American Academy of Child Adolescent Psychiatry. "Obesity in children and teens." American Academy of Child Adolescent Psychiatry. American Academy of Child Adolescent Psychiatry, 2009. Web. 21 Sept. 2010.. - - Brown, Randy. "How does participation encourage positive youth development?" Extracurricular Activity. Cooperative Extension, n.d. Web. 7 Nov. 2010.. - - Holloway, John H. "Extracurricular Activities: The Path To Academic Success." Educational Leadership. ASCD, 2010. Web. 25 Oct. 2010.. - - Leach, Grady. "Stress Statistics." Hardcore Stress Management. Hardcore-Stress-Management.com, 2010. Web. 24 Oct. 2010.. - - Mrs. Griggs. "St. Johnsbury Academy." Nov.-Dec. 2010. Microsoft Word file. - - Mrs. Sjolander. "Sport Participation." N.d. Microsoft Word file. - - NSDUH. "Participation in Youth Activities and Substance Use Among Youths." The NSDUH Report. NSDUH, n.d. Web. 9 Nov. 2010.. - - "Self-Improvement-Advice.org." Exercise Relieves Stress. Self-Improvement-Advice.org, 2010. Web. 15 Sept. 2010..
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