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NH Promising Wellness Policies


The promising practices highlighted below share several commonalities. All policies met the minimum requirements of the law and at least 75% of all best practice indicators on the School Wellness Policy Assessment Form. In general, the policies establish strong cross curricular linkages between key players in the wellness realm including teachers, health professionals, food service staff, and school administration.

They also worked to convey consistent wellness messages to students, as well as to partner with parents and local communities.

Promising Practice Format
Farmington Wellness Policy Section 204: Local Wellness Policy Assessment Project Introduction Letter - Word doc
Monadnock Regional School District - Vending - Other Foods Standards Introduction letter to Superintentdents - Word doc
Monadnock Regional School District - Wellness Policy Section 204: Local Wellness Policy Assessment Project Introduction Letter - Word doc
Plymouth Wellness Policy Section 204: Local Wellness Policy Assessment Project Introduction Letter - Word doc

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