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    Welcome CSH Team Facilitators

    School Name

     

     

    2014
    CSH Facilitator

     

     

    Bay Mills OCS  Elem

     

     

    Angela Rowell

     

     

    Bay Mills OCS MS/HS

     

     

    Angela Rowell

     

     

    Brimley Elem

     

     

    Brian Reattoir

     

     

    Brimley MS/HS

     

     

    Brian Reattoir

     

     

    Detour MS/HS

     

     

    Stacy Geyer

     

     

    Drummond Island Elem

     

     

    Stacy Geyer

     

     

    DATA

     

     

    Russ Livingston 

     

     

    Engadine

     

     

    Leah Mason

     

     

    JKL K-8

     

     

    Greg Chromy

     

     

    JKL K-8

     

     

    Greg Chromy

     

     

    Pickford

     

     

    Briana Kangas Otten

     

     

    Rudyard Elem

     

     

    Kathy Treml

     

     

    Rudyard MS

     

     

    Kathy Treml

     

     

    Rudyard HS

     

     

    Kathy Treml

     

     

    Washington El.

     

     

    Marcie Gleason

     

     

    Soo Twsp.

     

     

    Kerry Lake

     

     

    Lincoln

     

     

    Jacqueline Line

     

     

    Sault MS

     

     

    Del Craven

     

     

    Sault HS

     

     

    Susy Talentino

     

     

    Malcolm

     

     

    Keith Frosland

     

     

    St. Ignace

     

     

    Kari Visnaw

     

     

    Tahquamenon El

     

     

    Judy Haupt

     

     

    Tahquamenon MS/HS

     

     

    Judy Haupt

     

     

    Three Lakes

     

     

    Molly Huber

     

     

    Whitefish

     

     

    Desirae Derusha

     

     

    St. Mary's

     

     

     Hedy Yanni

     

     

     
    Thank you for your willingness to facilitate the process of facilitating Coordinated School Health Team and being the liaison for health in your buildings/districts!  Below is an outline of best practice for this year.  We know you are all very busy and each team will have different strengths and barriers.  Please use the follwoing pages and resources as a touchstone and guide to help you along your journey.
     

    Your Journey Starts Here!
     
    To help you be successful in this endeavor, we have organized the resources you may need as you go in the following links on this page.  Here is an overview of what you will find.  
     
    PEP Specific notes are highlighted in yellow on the following pages once you click on them.

     

    Step 1: Get Together and create a Vision (Meeting 1.5 to 2 hours)

    In this step, you hopefully have an understanding of what the Coordinated School Health Programs framework looks like, and what a team should be.  Step 1 will take you through the process, with resources ready to use, of how to get started and get that first team meeting off the ground.  Your team will meet, look at why coordinated school health programs are important, and look at some regional data. You will start to develop a common knowledge about school health. 

     

    Step 2: Needs Assessment (Meeting up to 3 hours--depending on how you design)

    In this step you will continue to develop a common knowledge about school health.  You will do the HSAT (Healthy School Action Tool) in this meeting.  It is recommended that you take a half day to do this. Since this will be a long meeting, make sure that refreshments are available, the meeting space in comfortable, and that you take breaks.   
     

    Step 3: Identifying Need and Creating a Plan(Meeting 1.5 to 2 hours)

    In this step you will see where the needs lie, and you will design an action plan (this can take time) that includes at least one goal.

     

    Step 4: Take Action (Teams are working in sub-groups and communicating via phone and e-mail)

    In this step you will implement the plan, celebrate achievements and RECOGNIZE CONTRIBUTIONS.  Also, make sure you evaluate the process and outcomes from your plan and goal.

     

    Step 5: Regroup, Evaluate and Review Commitment (your call on time of meeting)

    In this step you will build community reputation, deepen the group’s commitment to the vision, recruit new members and develop new leaders, and adapt and expand the action plan.
     
    Bonus!  Here is a link to the Guide Book to School Health Councils (same as CSHTs) from American Cancer Society.  If you need more guidance at any time use this guidebook! Many of the sample documents used in this guide are attached on the "Step" pages on this site and are in word format so you can edit them to your specific needs.  If you need one that I did not upload to the site, just send me an e-mail requesting it!