Thompson School District recognizes that healthy students are better learners. A healthy learning environment is where healthy nutrition, a comprehensive school physical activity program, health education, social and emotional wellness, and staff well-being are promoted and actively modeled throughout the school, and students and staff have the opportunity to learn and practice positive lifestyle behaviors.
The Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child Model
By focusing on youth, addressing critical education and health outcomes, organizing collaborative actions and initiatives that support students, and strongly engaging community resources, the WSCC approach offers important opportunities that may improve healthy development and educational attainment for students. Learn more about this approach in a special issue of the Journal of School Health.
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