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Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS) Staff Health Program. Samantha Adams, Andrew Weiers, Nicole Wilhelm. Outline. Background Information Statement of Problems/ Statistics Goals and Objectives Resources Constraints Intervention/Activities Evaluation Timeline Budget Conclusion.

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winona area public schools waps staff health program

Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS) Staff Health Program

Samantha Adams, Andrew Weiers, Nicole Wilhelm

outline
Outline
  • Background Information
  • Statement of Problems/ Statistics
  • Goals and Objectives
  • Resources
  • Constraints
  • Intervention/Activities
  • Evaluation
  • Timeline
  • Budget
  • Conclusion
background information
Background Information
  • Staff members of WAPS
  • Number Employed- 640
  • Majority of faculty are between the ages of 41-70
  • Majority of WAPS faculty are female
methodology
Methodology
  • Survey Questionnaire
  • Multiple Choice
  • Survey delivered through Qualtrix
  • Link sent out through staff e-mail
  • Reminder posters placed in busy areas
statement of problems
Statement of Problems
  • Stress Levels
    • 85% of participants reported their stress level medium to high.
    • 74% of participants’ stress was work-related
statement of problems1
Statement of Problems
  • Weight Management/Nutrition
    • 89% of participants were interested in losing weight- 1% increase from 2008
statement of problems2
Statement of Problems
  • Physical Activity
    • 54% of participants rated their physical fitness level between good and excellent.
goals
Goals
  • To decrease the stress among Winona Area Public Schools faculty.
  • To increase knowledge of weight management strategies among Winona Area Public Schools faculty.
  • To increase physical activity among Winona Area Public School faculty.
impact objectives
Impact Objectives
  • When asked, the percentage of faculty that say their stress is medium to high will have decreased from 85% to 75% by Fall 2010.
  • When asked, the percentage of faculty that say their knowledge of stress management is good to excellent will increase from 84% to 90% by Fall 2010.
impact objectives1
Impact Objectives
  • When asked, the percentage of faculty that say their physical fitness level is good to excellent will have increased from 54% to 70% by Fall 2010.
  • By Fall 2010, 25% will be exercising 3 to 5 days a week for 30 to 60 minutes a time.
outcome objectives
Outcome Objectives
  • 70% of faculty will report using exercise as a way to reduce stress by Fall 2010.
    • 90% of faculty will report having good to excellent weight management knowledge.
    • By Fall 2010, the percentage of Winona Area Public School faculty that are attending nutritional and dietary activities will increase from 21% to 35%.
resources
Resources
  • Middle School Weight Room
  • WSU students to facilitate circuit training
  • District printing of flyers
  • Tech school massage therapy students
  • Winona area paths
constraints internal weaknesses
Constraints: Internal Weaknesses
  • Very set in ways
  • Busy Schedule
constraints external threats
Constraints: External Threats
  • Other Commitments that take up time
    • Family
    • Coaching/Clubs
    • Teaching Extra Classes
  • Fast Food
intervention activities
Intervention/Activities
  • Massage Therapy
    • Flyers
  • Circuit Training Program
    • Demonstrate
    • Guidance
  • Walking Program
    • Flyers
    • Grouped by school
massage therapy
Massage Therapy
  • Target group: High stress staff
  • When: Before the holidays
  • Where: Available at several times and locations
  • Facilitator: Put on by Southeast Tech Students
  • Marketing: Flyers and Emails
circuit training
Circuit Training
  • Target Group: All staff
  • When: Wednesdays- 3:30-5:30 (flexible)
  • Where: At Winona Middle School Fitness Center
  • Facilitator: WSU Exercise Science Student
  • Marketing: Flyers and Emails
walking program
Walking Program
  • Target group: All staff
  • When: Flexibility in times
  • Where: Paths located all around schools and town
  • Facilitator: Self-facilitated- walking Teams
  • Marketing: Pamphlets, flyers and posters
process evaluation
Process Evaluation
  • Questions:
    • Number of participants?
    • Satisfaction with programs?
  • Methods:
    • Small questionnaire for participants following activities
    • Questionnaire will vary slightly for different programs
process evaluation1
Process Evaluation
  • Responsibility:
    • Questionnaire distributed by facilitator
    • Results analyzed by WAPS Wellness Committee
  • Time:
    • Given during the intervention, after each program
outcome evaluation
Outcome Evaluation
  • Questions:
    • Were the program objectives met by this intervention?
  • Methods:
    • Baseline self wellness assessment- Adding questions on program involvement
    • Assessment will be given to participants of program
    • Control group made up of teacher’s who did not participate in programs- Cohort Study
    • Outcome assessment given to same participants after intervention completed and to control group
outcome evaluation1
Outcome Evaluation
  • Responsibility:
    • Questionnaire distributed by Wellness Staff
    • Results analyzed by WAPS Wellness Committee
  • Time:
    • Baseline given one week prior to start date- Jan. 13th
    • Outcome Evaluation Final Survey given the last week of program – June 2nd
time table
Time Table

Activity Start Date End Date

  • Massages Dec. 7th Dec. 18th
  • Circuit Training Jan. 13th June 2nd
  • Walking Program Jan. 13th June 2nd
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Survey showed problem areas were: Stress, Weight and Physical Activity
  • 3 main programs expected to start 2010 to target these 3 problems
  • Evaluation to be conducted after interventions are complete
  • Budget is minimal due to volunteers and resources