Presentation on theme: "Healthy Schools-Successful Students Coordinated School Health in Washington."— Presentation transcript:
Healthy Schools-Successful Students Coordinated School Health in Washington
Our Mission To coordinate polices, programs, and services that ensure healthy schools and healthy, successful students.
Goal Area 3: Communications Objective 5: There are ongoing CSHP marketing activities that include presentations to stakeholders and potential partners.
Social Marketing Activities Initiative name and mission-first step Spring 2005 $20, budget Process will take up to one year Develop Key Messages
Activity: Summer Institutes Pre-conference Session School Districts Attended Developed Action Plans –9 teams identified the formation of a School Health Advisory –7 teams identified assessment and gathering health and policy data
The Training Agenda Goal: Integrate health into the school improvement planning process. Objectives: 1.Identify the process and steps to making systems change in schools 2.Increase skills in communication and building partnerships
School Improvement Planning Process Nine Characteristics Of High Performing Schools Assess Readiness to Benefit Implement and Monitor plan Craft Action Plans Build and Analyze Portfolio Set and Prioritize Goals Study and Select Research-based Practices Evaluating Plans impact On student achievement Collect Sort and Analyze Data
Making the Link: Systems Change for CSHP Initiation ImplementationInstitutionalization Adoption Stages of Change
Example: Initiation Involving the relevant people Getting organized Gathering data and creating inventories of programs Developing a plan Build & Analyze Portfolio Collect Sort and Analyze Data Set and Prioritize Goals Study and Select Research-based Practices
Tools for Implementation Case Studies: Real and Imagined Questions for analysis and action Self Assessment Action Planning
ThinkLinks A resource to develop a coordinated school health context to district/school policy and practice decisions. Initiate dialogue on group process & health priorities.
Now You… Refer to the case study as needed Identify which card seems to be most relevant to the situation Discuss how the card could be utilized in –Shaping the meeting agenda –Shaping group discussions –Developing strategies and actions