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Welcome to the Online Home of Michigan's Healthy School Action Tools

Healthy school environments help students achieve their full academic potential.


NEW IMPROVED HSAT COMING SOON!
HSAT CLOSED FOR NEW REGISTRATIONS WHILE THE NEW VERSION IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION

  • The new and improved HSAT will be available in early Fall 2014

  • Please contact healthy.schools@earthlink.net to be notified when the new HSAT is available.


    A healthy school environment gives students clear and consistent messages, accurate health information, and ample opportunity to apply it. The Healthy School Action Tools (HSAT) website provides access to online tools to help your school create a healthier school environment.

    Begin by forming a team and registering your school
    Don't try to go this alone. The improvements you make will be more meaningful, more widely accepted, and much easier to implement, if you work with a representative team of school staff and administrators. Once you have your team, register your school - it takes less than five minutes, and it provides immediate access to the Healthy School Action Tools.

    Complete the HSAT Assessment to identify your school's existing strengths and need areas and to get ideas for meaningful change. Assess one or more of these topic areas: Asthma Management, Healthy Eating & Nutrition, Physical Activity & Physical Education, Tobacco-Free Lifestyles, Violence & Injury Prevention, and Social & Emotional Health.

    Use the online HSAT Action Plan to put your ideas into effect and make changes that count.

    Celebrate your successes by submitting a success story and/or participating in the Healthy School Environment Recognition Program (HSERP). Sharing your accomplishments and bright ideas helps other schools too.

    Learn more - see the About the Healthy School Action Tools page.



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