Crosby-Ironton School District Wellness Contacts:
Licensed School Nurse
Phone: (218)545-8851 ext. 2623
Licensed Practical Nurse
Food Service Director
Community Education Director
The Crosby-Ironton School District has made a commitment to fostering an academic community built around health and wellness.We understand that the academic success of our students is strongly linked with their health, and recognize that schools play a critical role in establishing behaviors and promoting choices that affect their lifelong health, wellness, and safety. Scientific reviews have shown that school health programs can have positive effects on educational outcomes, as well as health-risk behaviors and health outcomes. We encourage participation from all parents, staff, and students to help us achieve this goal.
An Open Invitation
If you have any suggestions, or are willing to volunteer your skills or time for future Health and Wellness activities please contact one of the member listed on the right side of this page.
What is the Local Wellness Policy?
The school district wellness policy is #533 adopted by the Crosby-Ironton School Board (click to view).
Click on website links to find more information on educational resources on wellness.
Health, Safety and Nutrition Educational Websites
Keeping Kids Safe in Cyberspace
Sleep for Kids Website
Kids Health Website
Choose My Plate Website
Nutrition Cafe' Website
Nutrition is an important part of you and your childs health and wellness.
The nutrition information provided below will help guide you.
March is National Nutrition Month.
Each March the Crosby-Ironton School District celebrates by having fun activities with prizes for student's who wish to participate. This is a great time to promote healthy eating habits.
Monthly wellness activities provided by the school district to encourage healthy living.
CIHS promotes physical activity for our students by making a gym available for students after lunch. Students participate in activities such as: Shooting baskets, running relays, dodge ball, walking and games like "spider". Wellness facts and trivia are also part of these activities.