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What is a SHAC?
It is a committee of Clyde CISD school employees, parents, students, and members of the Clyde community that meet to discuss Health Education (including Sexuality Education), Physical Education, Nutrition Services, Staff Health Promotion, and other topics as they relate to school health. 
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 for CCISD SHAC Bylaws.


While using creative solutions and incorporating the unique values of our community, Clyde C.I.S.D. will create an environment where all students will learn life-long positive health behaviors.


The mission of the School Health Advisory Council is to promote healthy lifestyles among the students of Clyde C.I.S.D. through the Coordinated School Health Program.


Clyde CISD School Health Advisory Council Goals:
To advance student health, reduce childhood obesity, and promote the general wellness of all students through nutrition education, physical activity, and other school-based activities.
To promote staff wellness through education and a variety of fitness related activities.
To advocate parent and community partnerships as we encourage healthy lifestyles for our students.


Physical Education at Clyde CISD
Clyde CISD requires students in Kindergarten through 5th grade to participate in moderate or vigorous daily physical activity for at least 30 minutes throughout the school year or a minimum of 135 minutes a week. Students in grades 6-8 are to participate in moderate or vigorous daily physical activity for at least 30 minutes for at least four semesters.
Fitness Assessment
The physical fitness status of your child is evaluated every year by the Physical Education teachers. "FitnessGram" is one of the tools used to accomplish this in grades 3-8 and High School students who are enrolled in a course for PE credit. Parents may submit a written request to obtain the results of child's physical fitness assessment.
What is "Body Mass Index" or BMI mean?
The School Health Advisory Council has determined that Body Mass Index (BMI) results will be taken for Kindergarten- 2nd grade. If you have questions, please contact your child's school nurse.
The District shall ensure that nutrition guidelines for reimbursable school meals shall be at least as restrictive as federal regulations and guidance and that all foods available on each campus are in accordance with the USDA Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act of 2010, Smart Snacks provision.
Tobacco Policy and Penalties
Clyde CISD students are prohibited from possessing tobacco products according to the Clyde CISD Student Code of Conduct. Penalties are outlined under Discipline Management Techniques on pages 10-11 of the Student Code of Conduct. At the beginning of every year, each student and parent is required to sign an acknowledgment that they have received a copy of the Student Code of Conduct and that they understand that students will be accountable for their behavior and will be subject to the disciplinary consequences outlined in the Code. Furthermore, all persons are prohibited from using tobacco products on school property. Employees of Clyde CISD are prohibited from using tobacco products at school-sponsored events.


Wellness Policy

Vision Statement: Clyde CISD will empower successful leaders for the challenges of the future.
Mission Statement: T.E.A.M.  -  Teaching, Encouraging, Achieving, Motivating

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