Integrating Health and Wellness for Student Success: The Story of Archuleta School District

Integrating Health and Wellness for Student Success: The Story of Archuleta School District

When Colorado students are living in poverty, come to school hungry, or feel unsafe, this affects their ability to learn. In Archuleta School District’s Pagosa Springs Middle School, half of the students are on free and reduced lunch. The connection between student learning and health and wellness is vital. Educators have woven health and wellness into the fabric of the school — with great results. Take a look at the Integrating Health and Wellness for Student Success: The Story of Archuleta School District video for details.

“Developing an educational system that strategically addresses the development of health and wellness in students is as important or more important than the academic side.”
Chris Hinger, principal, Pagosa Springs Middle School

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