Ann Arbor Public Schools Wellness
The current Wellness Policy for Ann Arbor Public Schools can be found here.The district Wellness Policy Committee serves as a hub of communication and activity for student wellness.
- The last Wellness Policy Meeting was held on March 23, 2023. A presentation from the meeting as well as an agenda can be found here.
- Wellness Policy Committee Members, 22-23, can be found here.
- We asked for feedback on the AAPS Health & Wellbeing Asset Mapping Process we've been working on this 22-23 school year.
- Our focus areas were in the areas of: Nutrition Environment, Nutrition Services, Physical Activity, and Physical Education, both in school and out of school. We asked for feedback on the strengths and areas where there is room for improvement.
- The next Wellness Policy Meeting will be held in Fall 2023. If you're interested in learning more about the wellness policy committee, please contact Elyse Bairley, District Health & Wellbeing Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AAPS embraces a whole child approach to student health and wellness, using the Centers for Disease Control’s Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child model as a framework.
AAPS Wellbeing Partners Support our Students and our Schools
At AAPS, we want all students to reach their fullest potential. But we cannot do it alone. We’re grateful for our Community, Educational and Business partners who provide invaluable support to our students, our teachers and our schools.Have a Partnership Request?
The district Wellness Policy Committee serves as a hub of communication and activity for student wellness. Promoting physical activity and healthy eating are focus areas of the committee’s work. See the Board of Educations’ Wellness Policy and more about the Wellness Policy Committee here.
Research shows that the health of students is linked to their academic achievement. By working together, school staff and community partners aim to ensure that every young person in every school in every community is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged.
AAPS is fortunate to have many internal staff and community organizations and university partners who are committed to promoting physical and emotional health among AAPS students.
- AAPS School Nurses
- AAPS Farm to School Collaborative
- Chartwells Food Service
- University of Michigan Project Healthy Schools
- University of Michigan Regional Alliance for Healthy Schools
- University of Michigan Depression Center
- Washtenaw County Public Health
For more information, please contact
tbd, District Wellness Coordinator