• Wellness Policy Action Plans

    (Completed 9/29/17)

    Aucoin Elementary: School Health Council will meet to discuss the wellness policy and evaluate the school’s compliance with the policy. School health council will make recommendations for revisions based on school analysis of campus compliance with wellness policy.  School Health Council will organize a community-wide color run in order to promote healthy living.

    Bayou Vista Elementary: Students will participate in growing a school vegetable garden

    Berwick Elementary- Faculty and staff will converse with students about the benefits of physical activity. Faculty members who are physically able to will be role models for physical activities.

    Berwick High- Lessons on nutrition will be increased to non-traditional classroom setting. Students will be able to conduct nutritional surveys and offer suggestions to administration.

    Berwick Junior- Sell only approved smart snacks during the school day.

    Centerville High-Students will be rewarded with food items using the Smart Snack Guidelines. Sell only approved smart snacks during the school day.

    Foster Elementary- Students will learn about the importance of balanced nutrition through resources provided by ChooseMyPlate.gov. Teachers will provide opportunities for students to move and be active in addition to regular P.E. classes and recess. School Health Council will meet at the end of the 2017-2018 school year to discuss which aspects were successful and what improvements can be made in the future.

    Franklin High- Track feeding of student’s participation in a daily meal plan.

    Franklin Junior- Lessons on nutrition will be increased to non-traditional classroom setting.

    LaGrange Elementary- P.E. teacher will teach lessons that promoted healthy eating and living.

    Maitland Elementary- Develop a school plan to aid in the promotion of healthy eating at the school level.

    Morgan City High- Lesson focusing on nutrition and physical activity/exercise will be primary focus of health classes each semester. Special attention will focus on the food pyramid.

    Morgan City High- Place posters around campus to educate students about better snack choices and portion requirements.

    Norman Elementary- Increase teacher and student involved brain break activities. Increase the selection of approved smart snacks during the school day.

    Patterson High- Lessons on nutrition will be increased to non-traditional classroom settings.

    Patterson Junior- Promote healthy eating and physical habits by encouraging eating regularly and participation in physical educational activities.

    Raintree Elementary- Child nutrition programs are accessible to all children. All students will have competent skills in a variety of movement patterns (Example: walk, run, and skip.)

    Watts Elementary- Deliver lessons on nutrition and healthy choices.

    West St. Mary- Morning announcements to include reminders about having to take a fruit or vegetable on student plates in the cafeteria; as well as, washing hands.

    Wyandotte Elementary- Continue to educate students on different types of physical activities during P.E. and continue to teach lessons on food nutrition.