Coordinated School Health (CSH)
Coordinated School Health (CSH) is a collaborative effort between the North Dakota Department of Health and the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction. CSH works with schools, local public health units, multiple state partners, and statewide organizations to improve the health and academic success of North Dakota's children through the implementation of CSH. North Dakota CSH provides consultation and technical assistance for schools and school nurses to use in organizing and managing school health and wellness initiatives. ND receives funding from CDC's Division of Adolescent and School Health to promote coordinated school health with an emphasis on physical activity, nutrition and tobacco use prevention (PANT).
|Eight components of Coordinated School Health|
Counseling & Psychological Services
Healthy School Environment
|Health Services||Health Promotion for Staff|
|Nutrition Services||Family/Community Involvement|
This manual has been developed to provide the school health caregiver with general information and resources about meeting the basic health-care needs of students in the schools.
For more information, contact:
, School Physical Activity Specialist
Renae Sisk , State School Nurse Consultant