Question Title

* 1. Does the local wellness policy have at least one measurable goal for nutrition education, nutrition promotion and physical activity for students.  (Examples of promotion include but are not limited to guidelines for food/beverage advertisements and example of physical activity include, but are not limited to, guidance for recess time or physical activity breaks.)

Question Title

* 2. Does the local wellness policy include guidelines for all foods provided during the school day but NOT available for sale? (Examples of foods available but not for sale include, but are not limited to, classroom celebrations, classroom snacks brought in by parents, or foods given as incentives.)

Question Title

* 3. Does the local wellness policy establish wellness policy leadership by identifying at least one South Allegheny School District official (by title only) that has the authority and responsibility to ensure each school complies with the policy? (Examples include, but are not limited to, principal, vice principal, superintendent.)

Question Title

* 4. Does the local wellness policy state how the South Allegheny School District permits parents, students, school foods representatives, PE teachers, school health. professionals, school board members, school administrators, and members of the general public to participate in the development, implementation, review, and update of the local wellness policy?

Question Title

* 5. Does the local wellness policy state how the public will be notified annually of the availability of the local wellness policy and on any updates made to the policy? (Examples of notifications include, but are not limited to posting the policy on the website, posting a hard copy at each school, posting a copy in the school newsletter or local newspaper.)

Question Title

* 6. Has an assessment on the implementation of the local wellness policy been completed in the last three years (triennially) and been made available to the public? Triennial assessment should include progress in attaining the goals of the policy, how the policy compares to model wellness policies, and school compliance with the wellness policy.

Question Title

* 7. Does the South Allegheny School District have available a copy of documentation on how the policy and assessments are made available to the public, the most recent assessment of the implementation of the policy and documentation of efforts to review and update policy, including who was involved in the process and how stakeholders were made aware of their ability to participate.

Question Title

* 8. Does the local wellness policy state that, if the South Allegheny School District chooses to allow marketing to students, it allows only marketing of those foods and beverages that meet the federal competitive foods (Smart Snacks) standards for foods sold in schools?

Question Title

* 9. Does the local wellness policy state that the South Allegheny School District follow the federal school meal and competitive food (Smart Snacks) standards for all foods sold to students during the school day? (School day is defined as the period from the midnight before to 30 minutes after the end of the official school day.)

Question Title

* 10. Does the local wellness policy have at least one measurable goal for other school-based wellness activities? (Examples include, but are not limited to walk/bike to school, staff wellness, sponsoring health fairs, school gardens, Farm to School.)

0 of 10 answered
 

T