Creating a Healthy School Using the Healthy School Report Card
Educational Leadership, Research and Technology
Successful students are not only knowledgeable but also emotionally and physically healthy, motivated, civically engaged, prepared for work and economic self-sufficiency, and ready for the world beyond their own borders. To help students meet this standard, a school must use a coordinated, evidence-based approach that supports learning, teaching and student growth in short, the school must create a healthy school community. This action tool, and accompanying online scoring and analysis tool, offers a practical strategy for structuring your school environment to support the development of students who have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to make healthy choices. Updated to reflect current research, new standards, and best practices, the second edition of the action tool guides you through the four steps of the Healthy School Report Card process with rationale, tips from successful participants, and easy-to-use tools. Tools for organizing can help you develop a school-level process for working with your community. You can then use the scoring tools to assess your school's current health programming and create an evidence-based environment that supports learning and teaching. With the tools for reporting, you can use the Healthy School Report Card to meet required guidelines and identify and prioritize areas for improvement. The data you collect can assist your ongoing efforts to garner the support of policymakers, family members, and the community.
Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development
Citation for published book
Lohrmann, D., Vamos, S., & Yeung, P. (2011). Creating a healthy school using the healthy school report card / [David K. Lohrmann, Sandra Vamos, Paul Yeung]. (2nd ed.). Alexandria, Va.: ASCD.
Lohrmann, David; Vamos, Sandra; and Yeung, Paul, "Creating a Healthy School Using the Healthy School Report Card" (2010). All Books and Monographs by WMU Authors. 690.