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School Wellness Information

ASD Wellness Facilitators: 

Dayton Elementary - Jocelyn Shoop
Elderton Elementary - Amanda George
Lenape Elementary - Jamie Pschirer
Shannock Valley Elementary - Lauren Walters and Julia Williamson
West Hills Primary - Dan Walters
West Hills Intermediate - Brad Bowers and Dan Walters
Armstrong Junior Senior High School - Charles "Ed" Morris and Kristen Rummel
West Shamokin Junior Senior High School  - Cristin Rearic
Wellness Committee Meeting Minutes and Tri-Annual Assessments
Each Local Education Agency (LEA) participating in the National School Lunch Program and/or School Breakfast Program is required to revise its written local school wellness policy and meet expanded requirements consistent with the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 by June 30, 2017. As part of these expanded requirements, LEAs are now required to complete an assessment of the local school wellness policy at least once every three years and to make the results available to the public. Armstrong School Districts Triennial Assessment was completed in March 2021. Please see attachment for information.
To view our School Wellness Policy please click on the attachment below: 

“Balancing your life” Free Lunch & Learn Series

From concerns with the pandemic, parents becoming teachers overnight due to school closures, financial stress from unemployment, and an array of other factors, 2020 was a year of stress and uncertainty. However, it did give us an opportunity to reflect on ways to bring balance to our lives moving forward into 2021. 

Supported by a grant awarded by Armstrong County Memorial Hospital Foundation, Lenape Tech Adult Education in cooperation with Penn State New Kensington is excited to host public health consultant Tabitha Reefer, who will be presenting a free interactive Lunch & Learn 8-part series on Balancing Your Life.  By participating in monthly 1-hour long live remote webinars, participants will learn skills to implement in their daily life to lead to increased productivity, improved mental health and feelings of well-being, better sleep and mood, and more time for activities that they enjoy.


Please visit the link below for more information:

For the Dietary Guidelines for the years 2020-2025 please click on the attachment below: 
Fuel Up to Play 60, the leading in-school health and wellness program empowers students and educators to work together to build healthier schools and create healthy, high achieving students. The program offers a variety of opportunities for adults, students and schools! To learn more about Fuel Up to Play 60 and be part of the program, click on the link below!! 
Community Recreational Programs & Services in Armstrong County
Richard G. Snyder YMCA
Belmont Sports Complex