wellness

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY POLICIES; SCHOOL HEALTH ADVISORY COUNCIL INFORMATION

Borger ISD has a local policy concerning the wellness of our students and staff. These policies may be viewed by going to our policy online.

·Use the following steps to search the Borger ISD Board Policy Online Manual

·Click this link (policy on line)

·Enter Word or Phrase “wellness” under search all policies

District policies (see EHABand EHAC) ensure that elementary school, intermediate school, and
middles school students engage in at least 30 minutes per school day or 135 minutes per
school week of physical activity.

·Student Welfare (seeFFA): Wellness and Health Services

Current campus physical activities:

·Paul Belton Early Childhood Center provides daily a minimum of 30 minutes of physical activity
through recess, sensory motor lab, music and P.E. class.

·Crockett Elementary provides daily 30 minutes of physical activity through recess, music or
P.E. class.

·Gateway Elementary provides daily 30 minutes of physical activity through recess, music or
P.E. class.

·Borger Intermediate provides daily a minimum of 45 minutes of physical activity through recess,
Band, or P.E. class.

·Borger Middle School provides 45 minutes of physical activity through Band, or P.E. class.
Students must complete 2 P.E. credits in middle school.

Parent’s may request in writing their child’s physical fitness assessment results at the end of the
school year.

The district’s SHAC(School Health Advisory Council) meets four(4) times yearly. Meetings are on
the second Wednesday of August, December, February and March.

District policies to ensure compliance with applicable vending machine and food service guidelines
for restricting student access to vending machines (seeBDF).

District policies and procedures that prescribe penalties for the use of tobacco products by students
and others on school campuses or at school-sponsored or school-related activities.

·Student Conduct: (seeFNCD) Tobacco Use and Possession

·Community Relations: (seeGKA) Conduct On School Premises

·Employee Standard of Conduct ( seeDH)

·Student Rights and Responsibilities (see FNC) Student Conduct

·Community Relations: (see GKD)Nonschool Use of School Facilities