Coordinated School Health Parent and Community Involvement

School Health Program LogoComponent Description:

An integrated school, parent and community approach for enhancing the health and well-being of students.  SHACs, the CSH Leadership Team, coalitions and broadly-based constituencies for school health can build support for program efforts.  Schools actively solicit parent involvement and engage community resources and services to respond more effectively to the health-related needs of students.

Student Benefits:

  • Increases the likelihood of better attendance and better grades
  • Student success improves when teachers and parents work together
  • Reduces in-school suspension rates, inappropriate school behavior and has a positive impact on academic achievement
  • Increased student interest in co-curricular and after school community activities have a positive impact on grades and behavior
  • Enhances linkages to community programs that support school objectives for student success


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Last updated July 25, 2012