Manatee County School District
Agenda Item #41
Approval to Renew the School Health Services Plan for 2006-2008 (Revised)
Every two years the District must approve an updated School Health Services Plan. The School Health Services Act, s. 381.0056, F.S., mandates the completion of a School Health Services Plan to provide an organized system for planning and reporting on all school health services, regardless of funding sources. The law requires that this plan be collaboratively developed by the Manatee County Health Department and the local school district.
School district health personnel have worked collaboratively with the Manatee County Health Department staff to identify the health needs of school-age children. Based on those needs, a School Health Services Plan has been developed to facilitate the establishment of local strategies that implement activities mandated by law to improve the health of
The School Health Services Plan outlines the activities of the school health services based on Florida State Statutes. The services outlined will be provided by current clinic staff. The 2005-2006 Annual School Health Services report is provided for informational purposes.
The Superintendent recommends approval to renew the School Health Services Plan for 2006-2008.
Motion and approval to renew the School Health Services Plan for 2006-2008.
Monies allocated for school health will be determined through the routine school health budgetary processes.
Exceptional Student Education Department
Attachment: 2006-2008 School Health Services Plan.pdf
Attachment: 2005-2006 Annual School Health Services Report.pdf
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