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Stephenville Independent School District

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School Health Advisory Council
  
All meetings will begin at 3:45 p.m. in the Executive Board Room of the SISD Administration Building at 2655 Overhill Drive. The public is welcome to attend.

MEMBER CAMPUS/FUNCTION POSITION
Matt Underwood Administration Superintendent
Kathy Haynes Executive Director HR and Student Services Co-Chair
Keri Vanden Berge Central Parent
Mandi Stokes Chamberlin Parent
Angela Haynes Hook Parent
Lacie Tidwell Gilbert Parent
Carie Wright  Henderson Parent
Allen Mays Stephenville High School Teacher
Amy Schrutka Central PE Teacher
Wade Whitehead Chamberlin PE Teacher
Tyler Kelsey Hook PE Teacher
Mary Pack Gilbert PE Teacher
Pamela Jones Henderson Teacher
Debby Winder Stephenville High School Teacher
Kelli Crain Director of Assessment and Federal Programs Safe and Drug Free Schools Coordinator
Jennifer Ryan Executive Director of Curriculum and Instruction Resource Personnel
Michelle Stilwell SISD Head Nurse Resource Personnel
Jody Fain Central Nurse Resource Personnel
Pat Mewhinney SHS Nurse Resource Personnel
Mona Little Child Nutrition Director Resource Personnel
Donna White Community Member Resource Personnel
Dr. Joe Gillespie TSU Professor Fitnessgram Coordinator
Lucille Coggins, B.S.N., R.N. Texas Dept of Health Services Regional Coordinator
 
 
A School Health Advisory Council (SHAC) is a group of individuals representative of segments of the community, generally appointed by the school district to serve at the district level. They provide advice on coordinated school health programming and its impact on student health and learning. SHACs provide recommendations specific to changes and/or additions to the school's health education curriculum or instruction that impact the entire school district, not just individual school campuses. School districts use a SHAC to advise them on a variety of topics, such as exceptional children or drop out prevention. It is important to emphasize that SHACs provide advice and can only make recommendations to the school district Board of Trustees. They are not part of the paid administrative staff or structure of the schools; nor do they have any legal responsibilities within the school district. However, Texas law requires that every school district have a SHAC and the majority of members must be parents not employed by the school district. Stephenville ISD Board Policy BDF addresses SHAC composition and responsibilities.