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Wisconsin School Health Award

Welcome to the Wisconsin School Health Award

2018-2019 Wisconsin School Health Award Update:

There have be multiple changes made at the national level, which have delayed DPI in preparing for the upcoming 2018-2019 WI School Health Award. We have been working tirelessly to determine how to proceed and it is our intent to have a firm decision before the end of the month. Guidance for the award will soon follow. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your continued patience. We sincerely hope you will choose to continue to participate in the award. If you have any questions, please contact Sally Jones.

2017-2018 Wisconsin School Health Award Information

Award winners for the 2017-2018 school year will be announced by the end of the week. The 2018 winners will be added at the bottom of this page.

A big applause for all the schools that participated and congratulations to the winners! We commend all of you for taking steps to create a healthier school environment that provides students with the knowledge and skills to make healthy decisions that contribute to their academic success.

The WI School Health Award ceremony will be held on December 5, 2018, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in Sandstone 1,4,5,6 at the Wilderness Resort as part of the Building the Heart of Successful Schools Conference (BHSS). Two staff members are invited to attend the ceremony. To register to attend the ceremony, please complete this Google form.

Healthier Schools Workshop

This workshop can help districts/school with the WI School Health Award.

The Healthier Schools Workshop, sponsored by Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin and Kohl’s Cares grant, will be held as a pre-conference at the Building the Hearts for Successful Schools Conference. District teams of 3 to5 can attend for FREE. The theme is Building Wellness Capacity in your School. This workshop offers success stories, resources, strategies, and the opportunity to network and collaborate in order to build your capacity to help student reach their maximum academic potential. For more information go to the Building the Heart of Successful Schools Conference webpage.

The Alliance for Healthier Generation Information

The Alliance for Healthier Generation has launched their new and improved Healthy Schools Program website. The assessment now includes questions that reflect more of the Whole School Whole Community Whole Child (WSCC) model. We are excited the Alliance for a Healthier Generation has decided to make this move, as we too have been wanting to shift to a more comprehensive approach. For guidance on the WSCC model you can check out resources found at:

Previous Award Winners

2013 Award Winners

2014 Award Winners

2015 Award Winners

2016 Award Winners

2017 Award Winners

For questions about this information, contact (608) 266-8960