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Hip hop

HIP HOP

Genesee Valley Health Partnership School Wellness Initiative & Wellness Resources


Hip hop1

HIP HOP

  • Healthy

  • InPut,

  • Healthy

  • OutPut

  • HIP HOP is a curriculum, it is consulting, and it is a collaboration. All Livingston County schools can take advantage of the many resources available to them.  


Hip hop2

HIP HOP

  • Looking at body image…

  • Looking at activity levels…

  • Looking at developing competencies in terms of physical health…

  • Looking at understanding healthy input & nutrition…

  • Looking at life-long wellness…

    and not just obesity prevention!


Statistics

Statistics

  • U.S. Prevalence

    Over the past three decades, the childhood obesity rate has more than doubled for preschool children aged 2-5 years and adolescents aged 12-19 years, and it has more than tripled for children aged 6-11 years. At present, approximately nine million children over 6 years of age are considered obese.


How does this impact your students

How Does This Impact Your Students?

Physical Health

· Glucose intolerance and insulin resistance

· Type 2 diabetes

· Hypertension

· High cholesterol levels

· Hepatic steatosis (fatty liver)

· Gallstones

· Sleep apnea

· Menstrual abnormalities

· Impaired balance

· Orthopedic problems


How does this impact your students1

How Does This Impact Your Students?

  • Sub-optimal diets, inactivity, and hunger are also affecting our children’s ability to learn. Poorly

    nourished children are often tired, apathetic, and unable to concentrate. This also contributes to illness and absences.

  • When children are active, their academic performance improves.“Nearly 200 studies on the effect of exercise on cognitive functioning suggest that physical activity supports learning” http://www.actionforhealthykids.org/docs/pe_ba_jun.pdf

  • Again, weight is a part, but health and wellness are the goals.


How does this impact your students2

How Does This Impact Your Students?

Emotional Health

· Low self-esteem

· Negative body image

· Depression

Social Health

· Stigma

· Negative stereotyping

· Discrimination

· Teasing and bullying

· Social marginalization


Hip hop problem solving

HIP HOP Problem Solving

  • Involve schools, parents, community, students, agencies

  • Presently, there is limited experimental evidence regarding the best ways to prevent childhood obesity and the extent to which various potential factors contribute to weight gain.”

  • So, we do what we can with the present information…


Hip hop goals

HIP HOP Goals

  • Work to provide proactive, research-based obesity prevention for Livingston County Schools

  • Goals are to…

    • Increase Activity Levels

    • Improve Nutrition

    • Improve Overall Health Status


Utilizing curriculum

Utilizing Curriculum

  • Our Partnership is working to develop a program for Livingston County Schools based on that available evidence.

  • Grades K-3 integrated curriculum in physical activity and nutrition

  • Grades 4 & 5 recommended curriculum Eat Well, Keep Moving from Harvard

  • Continue with general health curriculum in middle and high schools


Utilizing consulting

Utilizing Consulting

  • School Health Index Assistance

  • Noyes Memorial Hospital Healthy Heart Grant Low-fat milk, healthy snack practices in schools

  • Livingston County Department of Health

    • In school and community programs about nutrition and physical activity

    • Assistance with special events such as health/wellness fairs

    • Collaborating with Noyes on the low-fat milk and healthy snack practices in schools

    • Heart Adventure Obstacle Course

  • Cornell Cooperative Extension

    • Classroom and community workshops and presentations

    • Eat Smart, NY

    • Resources and materials on nutrition and physical activity


Utilizing consulting1

Utilizing Consulting

  • BOCES

    • Provide information from NYSED, new legislation, and school policies

  • Genesee Valley Health Partnership

    • The GVHP will coordinate and develop Hip-Hop programming

    • Healthy Input, Healthy Output menu choices

    • Implementation of those programs in schools

    • A positive, activity based program for schools in development with monthly activities, simple to use

    • HIP HOP News


Utilizing collaboration

Utilizing Collaboration

  • Lead coordinator from the GVHP is available to serve on Livingston County schools Wellness Committees as a consultant and to provide access to collaboration.

  •  Programs available from GVHP partners for schools at no cost


Utilizing a system

Utilizing a System

  • Needs assessment

  • Analysis of data and information

  • Implementation in schools

  • Increase involvement of parents, staff, and community


Utilizing partners and community resources

Utilizing Partners and Community Resources

  • A partnership of Cornell Cooperative Extension, Livingston County DOH, Noyes Memorial Hospital, and BOCES coordinated by the Genesee Valley Health Partnership 


Staff wellness resources

Staff Wellness Resources

  • Livingston Worksite Wellness Partnership

  • Simple Steps Physical Activity Initiative

Simple Steps


Other gvhp school initiatives

Other GVHP School Initiatives

  • Healthy Communities That Care (HCTC)uses leading youth development models to assist the whole community in building a positive safe environment for all youth while addressing risk taking behaviors.

  • Youth Development frameworks used in HCTC are supported by: The Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP),U.S. Department of Education, and U.S Department of Human Services

  • Implications for Schools

  • Develop prevention strategies that are based on quantitative data specific to the school/community needs

  • Closely follows the NCLB guidelines, specifically Title IV: Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Community Act

  • Prevention Needs Assessment survey can be used for school assessment of problem behaviors

  • Brings together school, community, organizations and youth to build healthy, safe and positive environments


Other gvhp school initiatives1

Other GVHP School Initiatives

  • The goal of Second Stepis to build problem solving and social skills. Children who learn and use the skills presented in Second Step are more likely to get along with others and do well in school.

  • The lessons in the program are divided into three areas:

  • Empathy Training - Students learn how to identify feelings, interpret how others feel and show others they care. Problem Solving -Students learn to control impulses, use basic social skills and negotiate with others. Anger Management - Students learn to calm themselves, evaluate their actions and think positively.

Second Step

Violence Prevention Curriculum


Contact

Contact

  • Jean Angililli, Genesee Valley Health Partnership

  • [email protected]

  • Thank you!


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