Meetings will be at the Mac Bernd Professional Development Center (PDC) from 6:00 - 7:30 PM, unless noted otherwise.
- Tuesday, November 28, 2017
- Wednesday, January 17, 2018
- Tuesday, March 20, 2018
- Monday, May 21, 2018
- Meeting will be held at the Dan Dipert Career & Technical Center (2101 Browning Dr., Arlington, TX 76010) at 6:00 PM.
2016 - 2018 Committee Members
Melodie Alexander email@example.com
Jackie Anderson JAnders5@aisd.net
Julie Barganier firstname.lastname@example.org
Christina Blank email@example.com
Charles Brady firstname.lastname@example.org
Marcia DeChiara email@example.com
Harry Flood firstname.lastname@example.org
Lindsey Gorman email@example.com
Donna Gutierrez Dgenthrone@yahoo.com
JaCoi James firstname.lastname@example.org
Annette Minnerly AMinnerl@aisd.net
Alyce Monroe email@example.com
Shana Nixon firstname.lastname@example.org
Theresa Riggs email@example.com
Cynthia Roberts firstname.lastname@example.org
Lori Russell-Siemer email@example.com
Tamika Shorten Tamikasw@yahoo.com
Tori Sisk firstname.lastname@example.org
Ernie Smith Smithlidian@gmail.com
Starla Smith email@example.com
Juan Villarreal firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephanie West email@example.com
AISD BOARD OF TRUSTEES CHARGE to the 2016-18 SCHOOL HEALTH ADVISORY COUNCIL
The primary role of the School Health Advisory Council (SHAC) is to assist the district in ensuring that the local community values are reflected in the District's health education instruction. The SHAC has provided the AISD Board of Trustees with valuable input from the district's stakeholders. The Board believes the function of the SHAC is vital to the Board, the District and its' stakeholders.
POLICY & GOAL:
The District's wellness goal is to provide an age-appropriate wellness education and an environment for students that encourage healthy eating and a physically active lifestyle. The SHAC, on behalf of the District, shall review and consider evidence-based strategies and techniques and shall develop nutrition guidelines and wellness criteria.
The SHAC, in collaboration with the District, shall develop a wellness plan to implement the District's nutrition guidelines and wellness criteria.
The SHAC shall serve in an advisory capacity to the Board of Trustees and shall not assume the responsibilities or duties of the Board or the AISD administration. The SHAC shall operate strictly within the charge that is approved by the Board of Trustees.
COMMITTEE MAKE UP & SERVICE
- The SHAC shall be comprised of a minimum of 5 members appointed by the Board of Trustees with a majority of the members being parents of enrolled students and not employed by the district. The SHAC shall represent all citizens, all students, all campuses and all stakeholders within the boundaries of the AISD. Membership on the SHAC shall include representation from the Board of Trustees, members of the public (1), a medical/pediatric professional (1), parents (12), students (1), teachers (3) and representation from the following district departments: Food & Nutrition Services (1), Health & Physical Education (1), School Health (1), Academic Services (1) and campus administration (1). The Board of Trustees on the SHAC will serve as advisory only and will not vote.
- The Board of Trustees will appoint the SHAC chairperson. For this rotation, appointment to the SHAC will be for two calendar years. Upon completion of this two-year cycle, assignments to the SHAC will be for a one-year term beginning annually in September and expiring the last day of August.
- Twelve at-large parents of enrolled students who are not district employees. (Individuals related to an AISD employee by blood (consanguinity) within the third degree, or by marriage (affinity) within the second degree are not eligible for these positions. (12)
- One teacher representative from each of the three teacher associations. (ATPE, TSTA and UEA) Elementary, junior high and high school levels shall be represented. Assignments of grade level representation by the respective organizations will be made by random drawing. (3)
- One student representative from the Student Leadership Advisory Board (SLAB). Although only one SLAB member will be a voting/recommending member of the SHAC, all members of the SLAB are invited to participate on the SHAC. (1)
- One campus administrator. (1)
- One district representative from each of the following departments:
- Academic Services (1)
- Food & Nutrition Services (1)
- Health, Physical Education & Athletics (1)
- School Health (1)
- One pediatric/medical professional. (1)
- One at-large member of the community to be selected by the Board of Trustees. (1)
COMMITTEE RESPONSIBILITIES & MEETING STRUCTURE
- SHAC meetings will begin in the spring of 2017 and meet periodically throughout the school year as necessary. Meeting dates, times and locations will be determined at a later date.
- The SHAC shall operate within applicable AISD and state policies, regulations and laws.
- All meetings of the SHAC shall be open to the public.
- The AISD administration shall be available to the SHAC as required, but within limitations imposed by the administration's daily duties.
- Each SHAC member will be asked to make a firm commitment to attend all SHAC meetings and to participate in the final report to the Board of Trustees. SHAC members shall miss no more than 2 SHAC meetings to be eligible to vote on recommendations compiled by the council.
- A majority of the SHAC membership must be present in order for the council to make a final recommendation.
- Actions taken by the Board of Trustees on the recommendations presented by the SHAC may include approval, amendment or non-approval of all or part(s) of the final recommendation.
Annually, the SHAC, in collaboration with the District, shall prepare a report of each campus's progress toward meeting the criteria listed in this policy and in the wellness plan, including a summary of each campus's major activities and events tied to the wellness program. The report shall also document the extent to which the wellness policy and plan compare with any state- or federally designated model wellness policies. Progress monitoring of the Wellness Plan will be reviewed annually with each Campus Improvement Plan and the District Improvement Plan. This report shall be made available to administration and the Board of Trustees.