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Student Wellness Policy
Student Wellness Policy
The Del Mar Union School District has a Student Wellness Policy in place (Board Policy and Administrative Regulation 5030: Student Wellness).
Please help us develop healthy learners by supporting these district policies.
- Students will be seated for a minimum of 15 minutes to eat lunch.
- Students will be asked not to share food/beverages.
- All food made available by the district will follow all nutritional guidelines outlined in Board Policy 3550.
- School fundraising activities either will not involve food or will use only foods that meet the nutrition and portion size outlined in Board Policy 3550.
- Snacks served during the school day or in after school care or enrichment will emphasize fruits, vegetables and water.
- Rewards for academic performance and good behavior will discourage the use of foods or beverages.
- Celebrations that involve food (including student birthdays) during the school day are limited to no more than one per class per month. Each occasion may include no more than one food or beverage that does not meet nutrition standards.
- Food served as part of instructional activities (science, cooking class, math activities) will offer healthy choices.
- All students will receive 200 minutes of vigorous physical activity every two weeks.
Thank you so much for recognizing the importance of all of us working together to provide healthy nutrition and physical activity for our students.
The District's Wellness Committee is an advisory group concerned with the health and well-being of students and staff. The committee provides a way to inform teachers, staff, and other stakeholders about the work the District is doing to improve the health and academic success of its students, and to ensure that the district's wellness policy is implemented at all school sites. We welcome parent participation in the District Wellness Committee. If you are interested in joining the committee, please reach out to Jenni Huh, Executive Director of Student Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The WellSAT is a quantitative assessment tool to help school districts score and improve their local wellness policies. School wellness policies are evaluated based on the degree to which they address 67 policy items. These items are categorized into six sections:
- Nutrition Education
- Standards for USDA Child Nutrition Programs and School Meals
- Nutrition Standards for Competitive and Other Foods and Beverages
- Physical Education and Activity
- Wellness Promotion and Marketing
- Implementation, Evaluation and Communication