• The Skyline Wellness Team will plan to meet formally at least twice during the school year and at other times as needed.
  • Skyline staff will continue to be provided education and encouraged to set a positive example for Skyline students, their families, and the community regarding nutrition and fitness.
  • Increase the number of classes participating in fitness and nutrition activities and encourage teachers to invite parents, High School Students, and members of the community to assist.
  • Skyline’s 4th Family Fun, Food, and Fitness Event will be held during Jump Rope for Heart this year. Family members and members of the community will be invited to assist and participate.
  • Continue the process to keep Skyline’s Wellness Policy, Wellness Goals, and other wellness information available and current on the USD 438 website.
  • Provide Skyline teachers and families with information to encourage healthy snacks, celebrations, and fundraising.
  • Classroom teachers will continue to encourage students to drink plenty of water, bring water bottles, wash their hands, and take physical activity breaks when appropriate and possible throughout the school day. The use of physical activity, or withholding physical activity as punishment, is discouraged.
  • Make sure wellness posters are displayed and changed in the food service area at least monthly.
  • Implement a Second Chance Breakfast.
  • Aim to comply with current nutrition and fitness guidelines and All Foods Sold in School Standards during the school day.
  • Continue to strive to uphold our Healthier US Schools Bronze Award status granted 2015-16 from the USDA.
  • Skyline will commit to no new sales or marketing of food items during the school day that are outside the All Foods Sold in Schools Standards.