Hawaii State Department of Education
CD2: The committee annually completes the School Health Index and utilizes the results and other data sources to identify priority areas and to monitor improvements in those areas.
The School Health Index (SHI): Self-Assessment & Planning Guide was developed by CDC in partnership with school administrators and staff, school health experts, parents, and national nongovernmental health and education agencies for the purpose of
There is growing recognition of the relationship between health and academic performance, and your school’s results from using the SHI can help you include health promotion activities in your Academic & Financial Plan.
It is important to know what the SHI is and what it is not.
School Level Impact
“Are We There Yet?”
Another way to evaluate and determine success in Coordinated School Health is to look at School Level Impact over time. Success in Coordinated School Health doesn’t happen over night. Small improvements lead to large scale impact for students and staff. When your school begins to see improvements in the following areas below, the momentum is moving in the positive direction.
Comparing with baseline data, does your school data show improvements in any one or more of the following areas?
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