PK3-12    Head District Nurse: Maria Knebel, RN- Contact @ 361-214-1776- EXT- 3122  Email: mknebel@yisd.org

PK3-12    District Nurse: Christina Kenne, RN Contact @ 361-214-1776- EXT 3122- Email Ckenne@yisd.org


School Nurse/ Student Medical Needs Forms: Click on Forms below for Links

Anaphylaxis Emergency Action Plan

Asthma Action Plan 

Seizure Action Plan

YISD Student Seizure Plan Part 2


Medication Administration Form: Fill out one form per student for each medication. Parents/Guardians please read the instructions on this form before it is signed to make sure medications are in compliance for school administration. 


Meningitis Information for Students and Parents

Fact Sheet about Acute Flaccid Myelitis (AFM)

Fight the Flu

LINK FOR INFORMATION ABOUT EXEMPTION AND HOW TO OBTAIN AN AFFIDAVIT
https://www.dshs.texas.gov/immunize/school/exemptions.aspx

2021-2022  PK-12 Texas Minimum State Vaccine Requirements for School- Click for Link 


Contact DeWitt County Health Department in Cuero, TX  for Immunization Information: 361-275-0920

IF your student is in need of vaccines for school, get your vaccines in the summer to avoid the beginning of school rush and possible shortage. 


Wellness Plan

YISD Wellness Policies

FFA LEGAL   *   FFA LOCAL



Yorktown ISD School Health Advisory Council

What is the Yorktown ISD School Health Advisory Council (SHAC)?

A SHAC is a group of individuals representing segments of the Yorktown ISD community, appointed by the school district to serve at the district level, to provide advice to the district on coordinated school health programming and its impact on student health and learning.

SHACs provide an efficient, effective structure for creating and implementing age-appropriate, sequential health education programs, and early intervention and prevention strategies that can easily be supported by local families and community stakeholders.

Benefits of a SHAC

1.  Addressing the health needs of students through the work of the SHAC, helps meet district        performance goals and alleviates financial constraints.

2. SHACs play an important role in communicating the connection between health and learning to school administrators, parents and community stakeholders.

3. SHACs can help parents and community stakeholders reinforce the health knowledge and skills children need to be healthy for a lifetime.

SHAC Laws

Every independent school system is required by law to have a School District Health Advisory Council; of which the majority of members must be parents who are not employed by the school district.  Title 2, Chapter 28, Section 28.004 of the Texas Education Code athttp://tlo2.tlc.state.tx.us/statutes/ed.toc.htm details the specifics of this mandate.

Resources and Training

​​​​​​​Statement for Public Inspection - SHAC
                                                                            
Yorktown ISD local SHAC                                                       

We meet four time a year to discuss student health and learning.  If you would like to serve on this committee, please contact District Nurse, Maria Knebel, RN

@ 361-214-1776 ext. 3122 or mknebel@yisd.org.


SHAC MEETING DATES 2022:

10-28-2021     4:15-5:00pm

12-06-2021     4:15-5:00pm

02-28-2022    12:30pm-1:30pm

04-20-2022    12:30pm-1:30pm

Agendas

February 28, 2022

April 20, 2022

Minutes:

February 28, 2022 Audio

February 28, 2022 Document

April 20, 2022 Audio

April 20, 2022 Document


ELEMENTARY CAMPUS PROGRAMS

5th grade boys and girls separated by gender

PROCTOR AND GAMBLE PUBERTY LESSON- "The Always Changing"- www.pgschoolprograms.com/Parents

Signed parent/guardian consent forms are required for students to participate in this lesson.  Permission slips will go home a couple of weeks in advance prior to the program.  

P&G School Programs offers educators videos to help teach the fundamentals of adolescent development and puberty education in the classroom. The Always Changing and Growing Up videos focus on normal female and male development.  This program is designed to inform kids and answer questions in depth about what to expect during puberty.

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Yorktown ISD

Physical Activity Policies

Physical Activity for Students in Middle School Grades 6-8

To meet district physical education requirements for these grades the district offers physical education and other regular physical activity to students in middle school. For additional information on the district’s requirements and programs regarding junior high school student physical activity requirements, please see the campus principal.

Physical Activity for Students in Elementary Grades

In accordance with policies EHAB, EHAC, [and FFA], the district will ensure that students in kindergarten  through grade 5 engage in moderate or vigorous physical activity for at least 30 minutes per day or 135  minutes per week. For additional information on the district’s requirements and programs regarding elementary student physical activity requirements, please see the campus principal.

Notice of Physical Fitness Assessment Results

Notice to parents of students in grades 3-12:

Under Education Code 28.002(a)(2)(C), districts in the state of Texas are required to assess the physical  fitness of students in grades 3 and higher. The assessment is conducted in the spring semester and results are reported to the state. The assessment and reporting instrument is known as FitnessGram, and an FAQ for parents is available at http://www.fitnessgram.net/faqparents/.