Tennessee School Health Coalition TNSHC

Tennessee School Health Coalition TNSHC


We appreciate our help from Lee University and Chattanooga College- Practical Nursing Program nursing students for the help! Bradley County Schools Tennessee School Health Coalition TNSHC
Register for RHA of TN Virtual Conference! What a great way to hear these speakers!
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Thank you to all of our wonderful that work so hard to keeping our during hours! National Association of School Nurses Tennessee School Boards Association Tennessee School Health Coalition TNSHhttps://higherlogicdownload.s3.amazonaws.com/NASN/3870c72d-fff9-4ed7-833f-215de278d256/UploadedImages/PDFs/School-Nurse-Activities-during-COVID-19.pdf
This week is National Read Across America Week 2020 in the United States. Our amazing Mrs. Duncan is reading some favorite Dr. Seuss books to an eager 1st Grade Class. , ! Tennessee School Health Coalition TNSHC,
Grateful for the Lifespan Development Class from Bradley Central High School and the Wrestling team for playing games with the residents today. Bradley County Schools Angela Kersey Ben Smith Tennessee School Health Coalition TNSHC
Tennessee School Health Coalition TNSHC Coordinated School Health Institute starts tomorrow! If you're looking for a program that gets kids out of their seats and walking without sacrificing instructional time, come to booths 7 & 8!
Good day in class today! Itโ€™s great to see teachers using materials learned in PD in their classes! Bradley County Schools Tennessee School Health Coalition TNSHC
Health screening day Bradley County Schools with help from nursing students from Chattanooga College Tennessee School Health Coalition TNSHC
My grandsons preschool mandated a wash hands policy on entry and ecit to his program.THe director found a 50% decrease in sick related call in for entire program. Why don'r all schools and childcare centers do this? Should be mandatory. They used sopa and water and parents to assist.

The mission of Tennessee Coordinated School health is to improve students' health and their capacity

TNSHC will advocate for overall school health with the understanding that CSH funding allows systems to create a school with welcoming atmosphere by involving parents and communities. Since 2001, many CSH sites have utilized their data and received additional grant funding and have seen a decrease in to***co use and obesity rates. CSH is the umbrella for all aspects of school health and is set up to create healthy citizens and an educated, dependable, healthy and thriving workforce.

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Always a great week when you spend it with amazing CSH professionals. I learn so much Thank you to Melisa Fuhrmeister and all those involved

Coordinated School Health Institute 2023 was a success!


Coordinated School Health Institute 2023 was a success!


2023 Childrenโ€™s Advocacy Dayโ€™s Advocacy is a marathon Nicole Smith TQEE VP


Several CSH staff attended the Rural Health Association of Tennessee Conference this week. A great time of fellowship and learning!


MonroeCounty Coordinated-SchoolHealth tour today was impressive with an awesome staff dedicated to helping the kids!

Photos from Germantown Coordinated School Health's post 08/05/2022
Photos from Bradley County Schools Coordinated School Health's post 07/28/2022
Timeline photos 07/18/2022

ALL Tennesseans are invited to a public rulemaking hearing to respond to the proposed rules for the Tennessee Investment in Student Achievement (TISA) Act on Thursday, July 28th from 9 a.m. - 12 noon CT in Nashville, TN. Find the proposed rules here:https://www.tn.gov/content/dam/tn/education/legal/TISA_Rules_Final_Draft-6-6-2022.pdf

To RSVP click here: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=vUUkRyQkj064UN90iOGLSge9ryQQXmhMvveNN88fYupUMDdZWlBHN1c5TDZXWDNHQ0JEOUIxQUxCTy4u.

Obituary for Leslie Everett Winningham | Brown Funeral Chapel 06/25/2022

Les Winningham was a champion for Tennessee students. During his time in the legislature, Mr. Winningham sponsored or was instrumental in passing legislation that has made an immeasurable positive impact on millions of Tennessee children, teachers, and families- including the Tennessee Coordinated School Health Improvement Act of 2000 and its statewide expansion in 2006, the M**h Free Tennessee Act of 2005, the Jason Flatt Act of 2007, & the Tennessee Clean Energy Future Act of 2009. Our condolences to his family. Click here for his obituary.

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Photos from Tullahoma Area Chamber of Commerce's post 05/18/2022

Tullahoma City Schools Coordinated School Health Director Gina Bumbalough was honored to be the Women Impacting the Community Recipient for Education 2022


Congrats to Representative Kirk Haston on being awarded Legislator of the Year by TN School Health Coalition! We appreciate all his work for the students of TN and Coordinated School Health!


Congrats to the award winners at last month's Coordinated School Health Institute!

Timeline photos 04/09/2022

Our Coordinated School Health partners are consistently making an impact in our communities!

Through their determination and dedication, they are able to provide public schools in Tennessee with the proper education in health and safety. In partnership with Coordinated School Health, we can continue to improve the health of children, families, schools and communities.




Photos from Tennessee School Health Coalition TNSHC's post 04/01/2022

Tullahoma City Schools CSH Director Partnered with UT extension agent Belinda Riddle to provide an after school nutrition program Teen Cuisine. Students learned about different cooking equipment, cooking skills, kitchen safety, and the importance of the order of a recipe as well as how to make some taste dishes.

Photos from Highland Park Elementary's post 03/03/2022

Amy Richardson, CSH Coordinator from Gibson County won the $100 self care gift card as the door prize.

Photos from Tennessee School Health Coalition TNSHC's post 03/02/2022

CSH institute is in the books.
Relationships are important.


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We are looking for a new Coalition Logo!! If you have some winning ideas, please submit them to [email protected] no later than February 18th. The winning design will receive a $100 gift card. Logos must not be more than 3 colors. Logos will be voted on at the CSH Institute by Members ONLY.


We ๐Ÿ’— our Rural Health Association of Tennessee, Inc.
We ๐Ÿ’— connecting with our members in person!
We ๐Ÿ’— connecting with folks all across TN to support and improve health in TN!

Thank you to our members, staff, and sponsors who made our annual conference a success!

Visit www.tnruralhealth.org/blog for details on awardees and more photos.



Enjoying learning at our conference with peeps Tennessee School Health Coalition TNSHC Bradley County Schools


Executive Board met this morning and we are ready for our membership meeting this afternoon.


Coalition members, Coordinated School Health folks,
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Photos from Sumner County Schools, Tennessee's post 10/27/2021
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