The School Health Advisory Committee, made up of school personnel, community members and parents, recommends a coordinated health program for elementary and middle school students.

Leander ISD is committed to having a safe and healthy environment for students, families and staff. By addressing nutrition, physical activity, health education and substance abuse prevention in a variety of ways and to a variety of audiences, we hope to raise the awareness levels and the skills for all to live a healthy life.

SHAC meets approximately 3-4 times a year, from 5:30–7:30 p.m. Dates will be confirmed at a later time. The location is 1900 Cougar Country Dr., Cedar Park (across from Running Brushy Middle School).

LOCAL & LEGAL BDF

Leander ISD Board Policies:

  • School Health Advisory Council – BDF (Legal)
  • Coordinated School Health Program – EHAA (Legal)
  • Wellness – FFA (Legal)
  • Nutrition – FFA (Local)
  • Health Services – FFAE (Legal), FFAF (Legal)FFAF (Local)
  • Physical Activity – EHAB (Legal), EHAC (Legal)

LISD Board Reports:

Coordinated Approach to Child Health (CATCH) Program | LISD Wellness Vision Statement | 2018 Wellness Plan

FAQs

Why do we need a School Health Advisory Committee?

  1. It is Texas law.
  2. Healthy children learn better.
  3. Schools play an important role in teaching healthy habits.
  4. Healthy homes and healthy schools support healthy children.

What is included in a Coordinated School Health Program? (CHSP)

The components of a coordinated school health program include:

  • Family and community involvement
  • Nutrition services
  • Physical education
  • Health education
  • Counseling, psychological and social services
  • Health services
  • Healthy school environment
  • Health promotion for school staff