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Instructor: Debbie Rosales   
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School Health Advisory Council (SHAC)
Research shows that healthy children do better in school-from attendance and behavior to academics and overall performance. The Coleman ISD SHAC works with the district to support good health and academic achievement.

What is SHAC?
​SHAC is a group of individuals who represent different segments of the community. The SHAC is made up of parents, community members, and school staff working together to improve the health of all students and families through coordinated school health programs. The majority of the members must be parents of students enrolled in the district and who are not employed by the district.

The CISD School Advisory Council (SHAC) meets in September, November, February, and April

What Does the Council Do?
The SHAC has a variety of roles addressing all components of a comprehensive school health program. The components include:
  1. Health instruction
  2. Healthy school environment
  3. Health services
  4. Physical education
  5. Food services
  6. Health promotion to staff
  7. Integrated school and community programs
SHAC Goals
Dedicate our efforts to goals that will produce healthier minds and bodies through effective school health education and services.

CISD Medication Administration Procedures
To comply with the Texas State Law, the following restrictions apply to the taking of medication by students while at school:
  • CISD will not administer expired medications.
  • When possible, medications should be scheduled to be taken at home. If medications must be taken during school hours, all medications must be brought to and kept in the school's nurse's office.
  • Prescription and nonprescription medications must be in the original container. Prescription medication must be in a container with the pharmacy label for that student.
  • Nonprescription medication must be given according to label instructions and must be age appropriate. Non prescription medications that needs to be taken for more than 15 days or needs to be taken against label instructions must be accompanied by a note signed and dated by the prescribing health care provider.
  • All medication should be brought to the nurse by a parent/guardian. All medication that is controlled substances must be brought to the nurse's office by a parent/guardian.
  • All medications must be accompanied by a note signed by a parent or guardian giving authorized school personnel permission to administer, in the appropriate manner as listed above.
  • School personnel will not give any medication, including Tylenol, unless it is provided by you.
  • The school nurse has the responsibility and authority to refuse to administer medications that, in her judgment, are not in the best interest of the student.
  • All medications must be picked up by the end of the school year. Any medication not picked up will be destroyed. Medication can not be stored in the nurse's office over the summer.
If medication is brought to school and has not gone through the process as listed above, it will not be given. These restrictions are necessary for protection of the health and safety of your child.
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