Student Engagement and Wellbeing

DHS

 

https://4.files.edl.io/4875/09/30/19/171509-d964079e-7d6c-4f3a-ad77-0781b07db0ac.pdf - DHS

http://www.ctsos.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/CTSOTrifoldNoMembership.pdf - CTC

http://bellamy.dover.k12.nh.us/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=1236210&type=d&pREC_ID=1466446

 

DMS

https://dms.dover.k12.nh.us/apps/news/article/1156364 - DMS

https://4.files.edl.io/cbf3/08/26/19/170822-0410dd5a-64e6-40c8-b97d-bbb0906f035e.pdf - DMS

STEAM Academy – DMS

Gunstock Ski Program

 

Elementary schools –

Road races

Fall and spring after school enrichment clubs

Family enrichment nights

Multi-cultural festivals

Young Inventors

Gunstock Ski Program

Olympic/Field days

Food Drives

 

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Attendance/Membership Summary Report

             Start/End Date: 08/28/2019 - 02/14/2020    School(s): 5    Calendar(s): 7

Grade: 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, HS, 05, 06, 07, K, 01, 02, 03, 04, PK

SUMMARY Total Schools: 5      Total Calendars: 7

                                                    Student Membership     Absent         Present                                                   Unexcused Absences  Percent In

Grade

Count

Days

Days

Days

ADM

ADA

Days

Avg. Daily

Attendance

08

330

31239

1630.00

29609.00

315.56

298.96

504.50

5.23

94.78%

09

437

44061

2165.50

41895.50

445.05

423.03

623.00

6.46

95.09%

10

430

40164

2402.50

37761.50

405.73

381.23

791.00

8.24

94.02%

11

355

32994

2155.50

30838.50

333.29

311.38

771.00

7.91

93.47%

12

340

35468

2039.00

33429.00

358.26

337.46

607.00

6.33

94.25%

HS

0

0

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

N/A

05

286

25956

1211.50

24744.50

262.20

249.86

286.00

2.99

95.33%

06

306

28600

1380.00

27220.00

288.88

274.82

398.50

4.19

95.17%

07

274

25548

1444.50

24103.50

258.05

243.32

355.50

3.75

94.35%

K

280

26884

1430.50

25453.50

268.84

254.73

153.00

1.53

94.68%

01

262

22834

1232.50

21601.50

228.34

216.20

91.00

0.91

94.60%

02

292

26658

1273.00

25385.00

266.58

254.06

104.00

1.04

95.22%

03

296

27471

1228.00

26243.00

274.71

262.59

121.00

1.21

95.53%

04

314

28922

1253.00

27669.00

289.22

276.87

109.00

1.09

95.67%

PK

79

6906

290.50

6615.50

65.70

62.95

289.50

2.76

95.79%

Total                                    15       4281        403705       21136.00     382569.00      4060.41        3847.46                                       5204.00   53.64        94.76%

Dover School District letterhead

The Dover School District supports the physical health of the student body by:

  • Providing nourishment—healthy meals for breakfast and lunch in a clean and safe environment.
    • Participates in 68 hours of hunger
    • Participates in ESY programs that include healthy nutritional support
  • Wellness Committee
    • Membership promoted and welcomed across all levels of the school from individual schools, the Superintendent’s office, the DSD’s School Board, the medical community, the Dover community members at large.
    • Monitors and implements the DSD’s Wellness policy
    • The Wellness Policy looks to provide guidelines and policies that promote wellness and good health within our schools.
  • Promotes collaboration with local health care agencies and facilities.
  • Provides both indoor and outdoor spaces that allow for movement and physical activity on a regular basis.
    • Gymnasium
    • Fields
    • Outdoor basketball, four square, gaga ball courts, tennis courts, etc.
    • Safe playgrounds—
      • Equipment (From swing sets to climbing walls, to balls, jump ropes and hula-hoops)
      • Adult Supervision to maintain safe environment
  • Providing physical education and wellness classes to the student body.
    • Teaching and supporting all areas of physical fitness
    • Teaching and supporting all aspects of “healthy lifestyles” that support healthy physical development from young childhood through adolescents into young adulthood.
    • Providing the teachers and students with the appropriate spaces, tools and time to promote, teach and engage students
  • Promotes and supports athletics for entire student body
    • Recreationally—Yoga, classroom exercise breaks, Girls on the Run, Races—annual/welcoming school community events that foster physical activity along with supporting the “home school community” and/or the specific focus.
    • Unified sports programs
    • Competitively—School based athletics at DMS and DHS while also promoting and supporting Dover Recreational Communities like baseball, swimming, basketball, skiing, etc.
  • Provides for and supports additional physical activity as rewards… extra recess/extra activity time.
  • Provides for clean, safe buildings (daily janitorial services) that also promotes good air quality and discourages known airway irritants. (Dust, fragrance, car exhaust, etc. )
  • Engages in drills and education that promotes physical wellness and injury prevention w/local fire and police departments.
  • Promotes physical wellness through prevention by monitoring weather and curbing/canceling outdoor/indoor activities that could be harmful to students physically if exposed. ( No school, Indoor Recess, “Must haves” to participate in outdoor activities, Adult supervision—prevent overexposure to heat/cold, etc.)
  • Provides ancillary services for individuals with disabilities requiring additional supports to maintain a safe physical state of wellness as well as supporting those with physical limitations in being able to safely engage in physical activities-
    • Specialized equipment (chairs, standers, swings, mechanical lifts, etc.)
    • Specialized transportation
    • OT/PT/Speech
    • Para support +/or LNA supports for students requiring physical +/or nutritional supports to maintain/promote physical wellness.
  • Provides Health Services/ Nursing Services in each school to promote the prevention of illness and injury, to support wellness and healthy lifestyles, to monitor and assist in the treatment of chronic health care needs and assist those that require interventional nursing care services.
  • Promotes community support in wellness and disease prevention-
    • Flu clinics
      • Student based
      • Staff based
    • Lion’s club vision screenings for elementary school level students
    • WDH annual 5k races
    • Community activity flyers displayed and the active promotion of local events and activities through email, daily overhead announcements, Outdoor communication boards at each school, etc.
  • The willingness of the Dover School District employees to engage in conversations with each other, the “school community/our school families” as well as the “community at large” both locally and afar to be open to ideas that grow and promote opportunities for the expansion of activities and programs that and promote physical health in our schools. (Partnerships with local health clubs/sporting clubs, healthcare, schools (primary/public/private/collegial, etc.), state agencies (DOE, DHHS, CDC, Department of Health, etc.).
  •