November 9, 2021 12:30-1:30pm in the district boardroom. A lite lunch will be served. Please join us!

    February 8, 2022    12:30-1:30pm

    April 12, 2022         12:30-1:30pm











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    SHAC( School Health Advisory Council)

    The Mission of the CISD SHAC is to assist students and staff in achieving and maintaining optimal health status in a manner that is sensitive to student/staff diversity and promotes and preserves student and family autonomy, dignity and rights.

    The goals of the Cuero ISD SHAC are:

    • Increase parent involvement with SHAC and other health related events
    • Evaluate the effectiveness of new Wellness Guidelines
    • Enhance pier mentor group including topics of bullying, safe social networking, and mental health awareness
    • Increase opportunities to establish family lifelong exercise habits
    • Collaborate with community to provide healthy, active events for students, families and district employees
    • Increase awareness of mental health concerns; continue annual trainings of staff ; provide educational opportunities for students and parents
    • Provide recommendations to the Board of Trustees about areas of coordinated school health that could be altered to improve the health of Cuero ISD students and staff



    SHAC ( School Health Advisory Council) is a school board appointed group of individuals who represent different segments of the community. Texas Law requires the majority of members must be parents who are not employed by the school district. Cuero ISD SHAC is made up of parents, community members, school staff, and students working together to improve the health and wellness of students through Coordinated School Health programs. SHACs provide recommendations specific to changes and/or additions to the school's health education curriculum or instruction that impact the entire school district.



    SHAC provides oversight for the following programs and services:

    -Nutrition and Food Services

    -Elementary Physical Education, Physical Activity and health Education

    -Secondary Classroom Health and Human Sexuality Instruction

    -Faculty and Staff Wellness

    -Safe and Healthy Schools


    You can help by joining the SHAC committee and contributing to the district's efforts to create a healthy learning environment for our students.



    Cuero ISD SHAC encourages each school campus to form a Wellness Committee to address health issues at their campus level. Members may include: parents, students, school administrator, PE instructor, teachers, food service, school nurse and counselors. 



    All 3rd and 4th grade

    You're not A Little Kid Anymore- Personal Hygiene from marshmedia.com 

    A variety of topics are included stressing the importance of taking care of our bodies Students love the musical message about personal hygiene! Topics covered include:



    -Care of teeth, hair and nails

    -The importance of clothes that are clean and neat


    5th grade boys and girls separated by gender

    PROCTOR AND GAMBLE PUBERTY LESSON- "The Always Changing"- www.pgschoolprograms.com/Parents

     Permission slip needed for child to participate. School will send permission slips home in advance of the program to be returned to school signed by parent/guardian.

    `This program helps students understand the physical and emotional changes they may experience as they grow and acknowledge these changes as a normal part of growth and development. Students will learn the physiology of their bodies and correct terminology and understand that personal hygiene is each individual's responsibility.

    The Always Changing and Growing up program is based on national research and consultation with school nurses, health educators, parents and medical professionals. It has been a trusted resource for over 30 years and has been taught to millions of students nationwide.


    7th grade boys and girls

    Worth the Wait  7th grade Science /Health class and High School Health class-  HUMAN SEXUALITY CURRICULUM CHOSEN by SHAC and Approved by Cuero ISD School Board

    In keeping with Cuero ISD Board Policy EHAA, The School Health Advisory Council (SHAC) has chosen Scott & White’s abstinence curriculum “Worth the Wait/Wellness & Sexual Health”. This program discusses the advantages of saving sex for marriage. The 10 lessons cover: Lesson 1- Essential Human Needs, Lesson 2- Friends and Mentors, Lesson 3- Puberty, Anatomy and Pregnancy, Lesson 4- Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Lesson 5- Why Do Some Teens have Sex?, Lesson 6-  Sex and the Law, Lesson 7- Character Matters, Lesson 8- Health Risk Behaviors and Decision Making, Lesson 9- Refusal Skills, Lesson 10- Making Good Choices. You can contact the school if you wish to preview the material. 

    This curriculum has been established to provide information and skill development for students so they may reach their highest potential for physical, emotional, mental and social health. This curriculum is intended to support what students are learning at home.

    You have the right to decide if your child participates in these lessons. Permission slips will be sent home prior to instruction. They must be signed and returned to your child's school.



    "Worth the Wait"- health class- Opt- in or Opt- out Parent permission required; permission slips to be sent before lessons begin

    High School Table of Contents:


    Lesson 1- Essential Human Needs

    Lesson 2- Puberty, Anatomy, and Pregnancy

    Lesson 3- Parenting as a Teen

    Lesson 4- Sexually Transmitted Diseases ( STDs)

    Lesson 5- Teens, Sex and the Law

    Lesson 6- Contraception

    Lesson 7- Health Risk Behaviors

    Lesson 8-Mastering Communication Styles and Healthy Relationships

    Lesson 9- Decision Making and Goal Setting

    Lesson 10- Review