Health
Health Statements

Policies and Procedures that Promote Student Physical and Mental Health (All Grade Levels)

The district has adopted board policies that promote student physical and mental health. (LOCAL) policies on the topics below can be found in the district’s policy manual, available at: https://www.rscoyotes.net/  

  • Food and nutrition management: CO, COA, COB  
  • Wellness and Health Services: FFA  
  • Physical Examinations: FFAA  
  • Immunizations: FFAB  
  • Medical Treatment: FFAC  
  • Communicable Diseases: FFAD  
  • School-Based Health Centers: FFAE  
  • Care Plans: FFAF  
  • Crisis Intervention: FFB  
  • Trauma-informed Care: FFBA  
  • Student Support Services: FFC 
  • Student Safety: FFF  
  • Child Abuse and Neglect: FFG  
  • Freedom from Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation: FFH  
  • Freedom from Bullying: FFI 

 Physical Activity Requirements

The district will ensure that students in kindergarten–grade 5 engage in moderate or vigorous physical activity for at least 30 minutes per day or 135 minutes per week, in accordance with policies at EHAB, EHAC, EHBG, and FFA.

The district will ensure that students in middle or junior high school will engage in at least 225 minutes of moderate or vigorous physical activity within each two-week period for at least four semesters, in accordance with policies at EHAB, EHAC, EHBG, and FFA.

School Health Advisory Council (SHAC) (All Grade Levels)

During the preceding school year, the district’s School Health Advisory Council (SHAC) held four meetings.  

Vending Machines

The district has adopted and implemented the state and federal policies for food service, including guidelines to restrict student access to vending machines. For more information regarding these policies and guidelines, see the principal. [See policy FFA for more information.] 

Tobacco and E-Cigarettes Prohibited

Students are prohibited from possessing or using any type of tobacco product, electronic cigarette (e-cigarette), or any other electronic vaporizing device while on school property or while attending an off-campus school-related activity. The district and its staff strictly enforce prohibitions against the use of all tobacco products, e-cigarettes, or any other electronic vaporizing device by students and all others on school property and at school-sponsored and School-related activities. [See the Student Code of Conduct and policies FNCD and GKA for more information.]  

Physical Fitness Assessment

Annually, the district will conduct a physical fitness assessment of students in grades 3–12 who are enrolled in a physical education course or a course for which physical education credit is awarded. At the end of the school year, a parent may submit a written request to the principal to obtain the results of his or her child’s physical fitness assessment conducted during the school year. 

Nurse and Counselor

The district does not employ a full-time nurse or counselor on campus.  Nurse services are contracted from the Education Service Center Region 15.  Counseling services are provided to qualifying students through the Heart of Texas Cooperative.  The Center for Life Services may also be contacted for counseling services.

 

Health Clinics

Scott and White Health Clinic

2005 W. Wallace
San Saba, TX 76877

Ph: 325-372-5163

 

Brownwood-Brown County Health Department

510 E. Lee
Brownwood, TX 76801

Phone: 325-646-0554

 

Heart of Texas-San Saba Clinic

403 W. Wallace
San Saba, TX 76877

Ph: 325-372-5701

Mental Health Resource

Center For Life Resource

408 Mulberry Street

Brownwood, Texas 76871

Phone: 325-646-9574