The Crosby-Ironton School District has made a commitment to foster an academic community built around health and wellness. We understand that the success of our students is strongly linked with their complete health, and recognize that schools play a critical role in establishing behaviors and promoting choices that affect their life long health, wellness, and safety. Scientific reviews have shown that school health programs can have positive effects on educational outcomes, as well as health behaviors and outcomes. We encourage participation from all parents, staff and students to help us achieve this goal,
- Hanna Bushard – District Nurse
- Raye Cragun – District Nurse
- Scott Skinner – Food Services
- Clayton Lang - Elementary teaching staff
- Megan Syrstad – Senior High teaching staff
- Bryan Syrstad - Teaching staff
- Peter Vukelich – Community Education Coordinator
INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE
We encourage anybody who has ideas , skills, concerns and a willingness to participate to contact one of the listed committee members.
The district uses a assessment tool provided by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation and focuses on the following categories. Health & safety, Health Education, Health Promotion, Health Services, Social Services/Psychological Concealing Physical Activity, Nutrition, and Family/Community Involvement.
Link to District Wellness Policy
Triennial Report Link