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Upper Blue Elementary School (8993)

Elementary school

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Total Students Served

Pre-K - Grade 5

Health and Wellness

About Health and Wellness in Colorado Schools

Healthy students perform better in the classroom and are more prepared to succeed in a globally competitive workforce.

Student wellness, including physical, mental, emotional, and social needs, is critical for students to reach their full potential. Student Wellness Programs in schools and districts provide services to students in one or more of the following areas:

  • Health Education
  • Physical Education and Physical Activity
  • Nutrition Environment and Services
  • Health Services
  • Counseling, Psychological and Social Services
  • Social and Emotional Climate
  • Physical Environment
  • Family Engagement
  • Community Involvement

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Health and Wellness Data 2022-2023 (School)

Health and Wellness data
Category Explanation Upper Blue Elementary School
Uses Federal School Breakfast Program in Classroom

Whether or not the school provides breakfast in the classroom through the federal school breakfast program. Breakfast in the classroom is offered after the opening bell and is offered to all students.

CDE Licensed School Nurse is Available During School Hours

Whether or not the school has a CDE licensed nurse accessible every day during school hours for consultation on the health needs of students including delegation, emergency plans and staff training.

Professional Development Days

The number of whole and partial days scheduled in which all instructional staff members are engaged together in professional development activities for the current school year

5 days
School Based Health Center

Whether or not the school houses a school-based health center. A school-based health center (SBHC) is a health care facility located within or on school grounds. It is staffed by a multi-disciplinary team of non-school employees, including of medical and behavioral health specialists.

School Health Team or School Wellness Committee

Whether or not an active School Health Team or School Wellness Committee exists. A school health team consists of members of the school community who meet regularly to coordinate activities to enhance the health and wellness of students and staff.

Physical Education Required for all Students

Whether or not the school requires credits in the area of Physical Education.

Comprehensive Health Education Required for all Students
Middle School and High School Only

Whether or not the school requires credits in the area of Comprehensive Health Education.


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