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School Based Grants Program Program Update for Year 2. Lauren Kelsey School Grants Manager Obesity Prevention and Control Program K-12 Obesity Prevention Grants Spring Coordinator training March 4, 2014. Business Meeting Agenda. Budget and FY 14 year end spending

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school based grants program program update for year 2

School Based Grants ProgramProgram Update for Year 2

Lauren Kelsey

School Grants ManagerObesity Prevention and Control Program

K-12 Obesity Prevention Grants

Spring Coordinator training

March 4, 2014

business meeting agenda
Business Meeting Agenda
  • Budget and FY 14 year end spending
  • Heads up on continuation applications for FY 15
    • Process
    • Requirements
  • The bike rack/your burning questions
  • Time to work with your teams on next steps
budget year end spending
Budget/Year End Spending
  • Spend wisely, but spend down!
  • Key Dates
    • Early April—proposed budget revisions after Q3 reports
    • June 30—last date to make a purchase
    • June 30—last date to submit a LIBR (but not recommended)
  • ‘Encumbering funds’
    • Invoice date needs to be before 6/30, ok to pay after receipt
  • Special scenarios re: travel, equipment
continuation applications for fy15
Continuation applications for FY15
  • The Plan
    • Updated action plan, long term objectives form
    • Updated budget/budget narrative
  • The Paperwork
    • Grant application form, signed assurances, updated indirect rate, board members list, resumes or PDs
  • The Process
    • All online through GEMS; watch for Chris Francis emails
key k 12 grantee activities
Key K-12 grantee activities

1- Support a School Wellness Team to assess current federally mandated school wellness policy development, adoption, implementation, and enforcement.

2- Improve the school nutrition and physical activity environment.

3- Monitor student health risk behaviors, height & weight status & district physical activity and nutrition environment.

4- Promote events, activities, and school success stories using local media.

5- Participate as a member of the state taskforce Alaska Alliance for Healthy Kids.

6- Meet grant administrative, personnel, and fiduciary requirements.

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1. Support a School Wellness Team to assess Wellness policy development, adoption, implementation & enforcement (2 of 2)
  • Strengthen policy and implementation to meet gold level standards developed by the OPCP

**heads up on AASB process and latest USDA proposed rule on LWP released 2/26

Action steps should include specifics from the policy change process

    • stakeholder engagement, assessment, community outreach/building support,
    • developing policy, presenting to board, ensuring quality implementation/enforcement
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1. Support a School Wellness Team to assess Wellness policy development, adoption, implementation & enforcement (1 of 2)

Other activities should include

  • Continue to develop and strengthen the School Wellness Team.
  • Develop and communicate reportsthat comply with the requirements of the HHFK Act of 2010.
  • Work with key stakeholders to comply with Smart Snacks rules for competitive foods sold at school
  • ** School Health Indexand WellSAT are not required again until year 4 of the grant
2 improve the school nutrition and physical activity environment
2. Improve the school nutrition and physical activity environment
  • Participate in the Healthy Futures

Challengefor elementary school students.

    • work to increase # of schools, # of students, or # of logs turned in
  • Work toward achieving at least the Bronze Award Level of the HealthierUS School Challenge (HUSSC).
    • Team Nutrition Schools signed up; specific target sites and/or action steps (ie. ‘begin School Breakfast program at high school)
2 improve the school nutrition and physical activity environment1
2. Improve the school nutrition and physical activity environment
  • Engageparentsand the communityin improving the nutrition and physical activity environment of the district.
  • Implement at least 3 additional evidence-based strategies
    • by the end of year 4 of the grant
    • These can support HealthierUS School Challenge applications
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3. Monitor student health risk behaviors, height & weight status, and district physical activity and nutrition environment
  • Work with the Alaska OPCP to develop a system to collect student height and weightmeasurements.
  • Participate in the School HealthProfiles surveys of principals and lead health teachers (Spring 2014)
  • Conduct a local Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) in Spring 2015
4 promote events activities and school success stories using local media
4. Promote events, activities, and school success stories using local media
  • Increase public awareness about risks of childhood obesity, program activities and successes
  • Reach out to parents and teachers
  • Supporting resources include the Play Every Day weekly blog and Facebook page; AK Obesity listserve…
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5. Participate as a member of the state taskforceAlaska Alliance for Healthy Kidswww.akhealthykids.org

Coalition Meeting on March 5, 2014

  • Join the Alaska Alliance for Healthy Kids at a coalition meeting in Anchorage at the BP Energy Center

AK Healthy Kids Coalition Meeting

  • Wednesday, March 5, 2014 9:00 a.m. to noonBP Energy Center, 900 E. Benson Blvd., AnchorageRSVP to contact@akhealthykids.org
6 meet grant administrative personnel and fiduciary requirements
6. Meet grant administrative, personnel, and fiduciary requirements.

No major changes; maintain the following

  • Staffing 0.75 FTE coordinator
  • Professional development
  • Budget management
  • Quarterly reporting
  • Ongoing communication with SOA staff