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District Wellness Policy
Board of Education
Wrightstown Community School District

The Wrightstown Community School District promotes a healthy school environment for
students and staff through education and awareness, and by providing and promoting
healthy options and opportunities. The District supports wellness, good nutrition, and
regular physical activity as a part of the total learning environment. By support and
promotion of good nutrition and physical activity, Wrightstown Community Schools
contributes to the health of children. Improved health increases student performance
potential.
Student Nutrition Education
The health curriculum will educate students to develop knowledge, attitudes, skills and
behavior for life long healthy eating habits and physical activity. All instructional staff
will be encouraged to integrate nutritional themes into daily lessons when appropriate.
The health benefits of good nutrition and exercise should be emphasized. These
nutritional themes include but are not limited to:
* Knowledge of the my plate guide pyramid * Guide to a healthy diet * Diet and disease
High school students are required to have ½ credit of health for graduation. A detailed
unit on nutrition is taught in 8th grade, Freshman Health, Introduction to Foods and
Advanced Biology.

Parent Nutrition Education
Nutrition education will be provided to parents beginning at the elementary level. The
goal will be to continue to educate parents throughout the middle and high school
levels. Nutrition information may be provided in the form of handouts, postings on the
district website, or presentations that focus on nutritional value and healthy lifestyles.

Physical Education
The physical education curriculum teaches children the importance of physical exercise
and exposes students to a wide range of physical activities, so that students develop
the knowledge and skills to be physically active for life.
Students receive instruction in the five health-related components of fitness
(cardiovascular endurance, muscular endurance, muscular strength, flexibility and body
composition). The curriculum promotes lifelong physical activity and fitness, which
includes healthy eating as its primary goal.
Students will spend a majority of physical education class time participating in moderate
to vigorous physical activity. Student involvement in other activities involving physical
activity (ex. Interscholastic or intramural sports) will not be substituted for meeting the physical education requirement. District Wellness Policy
Board of Education
Wrightstown Community School District

School-Based Activities

• Daily Recess – All elementary and middle school students will have at least 20 minutes a day of supervised recess, preferably outdoors, during which the school will encourage moderate to vigorous physical activity verbally and through provision of organized activities, space, and equipment. • Intramurals – The intramural program at the middle school will continue to provide students an opportunity to exercise outside of school. High school students will continue to have this opportunity through open gyms, and the investigation of an intramural program in the future. • Physical Activity and Punishment – Teachers and other school and community personnel will not use physical activity (ex. running laps, push-ups) or withhold opportunities for physical activity (ex. recess, physical education) as punishment during the school day. • Incentive Guidelines – Strong consideration should be given to non-food items as part of any teacher-to-student incentive programs. Any food items used as an incentive should adhere to district nutrition standards. • Snacks or Treats – Parents are encouraged to provide healthy snacks and treats for student celebrations and other events. Parents are encouraged to provide fresh fruit or vegetables, or foods items that promote healthy eating and snacking.
Reimbursable Meals
The guidelines for reimbursable school meals at Wrightstown Community Schools shall
not be less restrictive than regulations and guidelines issued by the U.S. Secretary of
Agriculture as applicable to schools.
District Nutritional Guidelines
Fat Content
Foods from reimbursable meals shall, over the course of five days, derive no more than 30% or less of their total calories from fat, 10% or less of total calories from saturated fats and 30% or less calories from sugar. Nuts and seeds are exempt due to their nutrient density and levels of monounsaturated fat. These recommendations are consistent with federal mandates of 30/10/30. • Content from Added Sugars
It is recommended that items offered by food service as part of a traditional meal, as an ala cart item or as a snack item will not contain more than one third of its weight from added sugar. An exception may be made periodically for an occasional meal treat. District Wellness Policy
Board of Education
Wrightstown Community School District
Milk Products
Milk will be promoted during all meals and as an additional beverage during the school day. Milk will be available to students bringing sack lunches. No products will be served which derive more than one-third of their weight from added sugars. Low-fat (1%) and non-fat (skim) forms of milk will be featured in single -serving sizes whenever possible. Whole milk or lactose-free milk will be available when medically indicated by a medical doctor. • Juice-based Drinks
Pure juice may be available as an additional beverage during the school day and also in the concessions. Other juice-based drinks without added sugars (e.g., juice diluted with water or flavored waters) may be served. No sweetener-based "juice drinks" or sport drinks which derive more than one-third of their weight from added sugars will be served during mealtimes. Children who bring sack lunches from home are encouraged to bring 100% juice or water with them instead of consuming heavily sweetened juice drinks and sport drinks. • Water Consumption
Encourage increased consumption of water throughout the day. Potable water will be available at all schools during breakfast and lunch services. Water sales are a significant option through school vending and concession services. Water is available during mealtimes, purchased or through water fountains. • Caffeine and Additives
Products containing caffeine or carbonation will not be available to students during the school day. An exception will be made for chocolate. Food service will be sensitive to the presence of dyes, sulfites, MSG and other additives to food by limiting their use whenever possible or finding alternative products that have fewer additives. Food service will follow federal guidelines regarding sodium content in all food served. Implementation
A sustained effort is necessary to implement and reinforce these guidelines. The district
food service director, along with consultation with the building administrators will be
responsible for ensuring the schools meet the local wellness policy and implement a
plan for measuring effectiveness of the wellness policy.

Adopted:
April 19, 2006
Reviewed: December 15, 2010
Revised: October 10, 2011

District Wellness Policy
Board of Education
Wrightstown Community School District

The Wrightstown Community School District promotes a healthy school environment for
students and staff through education and awareness, and by providing and promoting
healthy options and opportunities. The District supports wellness, good nutrition, and
regular physical activity as a part of the total learning environment. By support and
promotion of good nutrition and physical activity, Wrightstown Community Schools
contributes to the health of children. Improved health increases student performance
potential.
Student Nutrition Education
The health curriculum will educate students to develop knowledge, attitudes, skills and
behavior for life long healthy eating habits and physical activity. All instructional staff
will be encouraged to integrate nutritional themes into daily lessons when appropriate.
The health benefits of good nutrition and exercise should be emphasized. These
nutritional themes include but are not limited to:
* Knowledge of the my plate guide pyramid * Guide to a healthy diet * Diet and disease
High school students are required to have ½ credit of health for graduation. A detailed
unit on nutrition is taught in 8th grade, Freshman Health, Introduction to Foods and
Advanced Biology.

Parent Nutrition Education
Nutrition education will be provided to parents beginning at the elementary level. The
goal will be to continue to educate parents throughout the middle and high school
levels. Nutrition information may be provided in the form of handouts, postings on the
district website, or presentations that focus on nutritional value and healthy lifestyles.

Physical Education
The physical education curriculum teaches children the importance of physical exercise
and exposes students to a wide range of physical activities, so that students develop
the knowledge and skills to be physically active for life.
Students receive instruction in the five health-related components of fitness
(cardiovascular endurance, muscular endurance, muscular strength, flexibility and body
composition). The curriculum promotes lifelong physical activity and fitness, which
includes healthy eating as its primary goal.
Students will spend a majority of physical education class time participating in moderate
to vigorous physical activity. Student involvement in other activities involving physical
activity (ex. Interscholastic or intramural sports) will not be substituted for meeting the physical education requirement. District Wellness Policy
Board of Education
Wrightstown Community School District

School-Based Activities

• Daily Recess – All elementary and middle school students will have at least 20 minutes a day of supervised recess, preferably outdoors, during which the school will encourage moderate to vigorous physical activity verbally and through provision of organized activities, space, and equipment. • Intramurals – The intramural program at the middle school will continue to provide students an opportunity to exercise outside of school. High school students will continue to have this opportunity through open gyms, and the investigation of an intramural program in the future. • Physical Activity and Punishment – Teachers and other school and community personnel will not use physical activity (ex. running laps, push-ups) or withhold opportunities for physical activity (ex. recess, physical education) as punishment during the school day. • Incentive Guidelines – Strong consideration should be given to non-food items as part of any teacher-to-student incentive programs. Any food items used as an incentive should adhere to district nutrition standards. • Snacks or Treats – Parents are encouraged to provide healthy snacks and treats for student celebrations and other events. Parents are encouraged to provide fresh fruit or vegetables, or foods items that promote healthy eating and snacking.
Reimbursable Meals
The guidelines for reimbursable school meals at Wrightstown Community Schools shall
not be less restrictive than regulations and guidelines issued by the U.S. Secretary of
Agriculture as applicable to schools.
District Nutritional Guidelines
Fat Content
Foods from reimbursable meals shall, over the course of five days, derive no more than 30% or less of their total calories from fat, 10% or less of total calories from saturated fats and 30% or less calories from sugar. Nuts and seeds are exempt due to their nutrient density and levels of monounsaturated fat. These recommendations are consistent with federal mandates of 30/10/30. • Content from Added Sugars
It is recommended that items offered by food service as part of a traditional meal, as an ala cart item or as a snack item will not contain more than one third of its weight from added sugar. An exception may be made periodically for an occasional meal treat. District Wellness Policy
Board of Education
Wrightstown Community School District
Milk Products
Milk will be promoted during all meals and as an additional beverage during the school day. Milk will be available to students bringing sack lunches. No products will be served which derive more than one-third of their weight from added sugars. Low-fat (1%) and non-fat (skim) forms of milk will be featured in single -serving sizes whenever possible. Whole milk or lactose-free milk will be available when medically indicated by a medical doctor. • Juice-based Drinks
Pure juice may be available as an additional beverage during the school day and also in the concessions. Other juice-based drinks without added sugars (e.g., juice diluted with water or flavored waters) may be served. No sweetener-based "juice drinks" or sport drinks which derive more than one-third of their weight from added sugars will be served during mealtimes. Children who bring sack lunches from home are encouraged to bring 100% juice or water with them instead of consuming heavily sweetened juice drinks and sport drinks. • Water Consumption
Encourage increased consumption of water throughout the day. Potable water will be available at all schools during breakfast and lunch services. Water sales are a significant option through school vending and concession services. Water is available during mealtimes, purchased or through water fountains. • Caffeine and Additives
Products containing caffeine or carbonation will not be available to students during the school day. An exception will be made for chocolate. Food service will be sensitive to the presence of dyes, sulfites, MSG and other additives to food by limiting their use whenever possible or finding alternative products that have fewer additives. Food service will follow federal guidelines regarding sodium content in all food served. Implementation
A sustained effort is necessary to implement and reinforce these guidelines. The district
food service director, along with consultation with the building administrators will be
responsible for ensuring the schools meet the local wellness policy and implement a
plan for measuring effectiveness of the wellness policy.

Adopted:
April 19, 2006
Reviewed: December 15, 2010
Revised: October 10, 2011

Source: http://www.wrightstown.k12.wi.us/cms_files/resources/5230%20Wellness%20Policy.pdf

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