Coordinated School Health (CSH) is a model developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to systematically improve children’s health by integrating health strategies of schools, public health agencies, families, and community leaders through schools.
Louisiana’s 10-Component Coordinated School Health Model
The Picard Center offers the following services to school districts and schools:
• Assisting in creation of positive, working relationships; • Collecting relevant, meaningful data about your district or school; • Supporting the integration of collected data in planning the implementation of CSH; • Offering technical assistance toward the successful implementation of CSH; and • Providing ongoing evaluation of the CSH implementation process.
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Interested in improving the health and learning capacity of students in your district by connecting health with education? The Picard Center can work with you to create and implement a customized Coordinated School Health program based on your district’s data. Contact Dr. Joan Landry, Fitness Assessment Project Director, at (337) 482-1554.
Learn more about programs and initiatives under Coordinated School Health by exploring these areas below:
Coordinated School Health Initiative (CSH)
Louisiana’s Fitness Assessment
University Partnerships for Health
Safe Schools/Healthy Students (SS/HS)
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)
School Health Infrastructure
School Health Advisory Councils (SHACs)
Electronic Student Health Records (eSHR)