Charlotte Learning Academy is required by federal law to have a Local Wellness Policy. This policy must include goals for nutrition education and physical activity. It should address other school activities designed to promote student health. It is also required to address guidelines for all food and drinks available at school.
Children spend a majority of their day at school. They should be provided with an environment that promotes health, growth, development, and learning.
With your support, Local Wellness Policies can ensure that students eat better and are more physically active while at school. Research shows that students who eat smart and move more on a regular basis score better on tests, have fewer behavior problems, and have fewer absences. You can help put Local Wellness Policies into practice.
If you are interested in serving on the School Wellness Team please contact Mrs. Rose at (980)355-2077 or email@example.com
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