School Health Advisory Council
How does SHAC help Point Isabel ISD students?
- Helping all Point Isabel ISD campuses meet community involvement mandates and community expectations.
- Providing a way for community members to work together with school personnel to accomplish district goals.
- Utilizing community resources and assets.
- Influencing people within a community to be a credible, collective voice for healthy children and youth.
What are the responsibilities of the SHAC?
The SHAC must address the responsibilities outlined in Title 2, Chapter 28, Section 28.004 of the Texas Education Code. However, the Point Isabel ISD SHAC strives to address all eight components of a coordinated school health program as listed here:
- health instruction,
- healthy school environment,
- health services,
- physical education,
- school counseling,
- food service,
- school site health promotion for faculty and staff; and
- involvement with parents and the community.
When does the SHAC meet?
Who serves on the SHAC?