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Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS)
In the spring of every odd numbered year, NC Healthy Schools implements a statewide Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS). The NC YRBS helps assess behaviors in youth that impact their health now and in the future. Topics include violence, personal safety, physical activity, nutrition , mental health, tobacco, drugs and alcohol, protective factors and sexual behavior questions (for high school students only). Help us continue implementing the YRBS by letting us know how you use and support the YRBS.
N.C. School Health Profiles Survey
In every even numbered year, the statewide School Health Profiles Survey is conducted. The Profiles survey has two parts. The Principal survey assesses policies related to health education and school climate, and the Lead Health Education Teacher survey looks at health programs and implementation as well as student skills development. Help us continue implementing the Profiles survey by letting us know how you use and support the Profiles Survey.
Parent Opinion Survey of Public School Sexuality Education
Parents were asked if they thought sexuality education should be taught in public schools, at what grade it should begin, what topics should be covered and who should be responsible for making these decisions.
Child Health Assessment and Monitoring Program (CHAMP)
The North Carolina Child Health Assessment and Monitoring Program (CHAMP) is a health surveillance survey that monitors child health status and identifies child health problems. It is used to evaluate health programs and services and make evidence-based decisions, policies and plans. It allows NC to research new insights and innovative solutions to health problems and reduce health disparities.
School Health Services Reports on Public Schools
The School Health Services Report on Public Schools is compiled annually at the end of each school year by school nurses, and contains data collected from each local education agency (LEA) in North Carolina. It contains information on the numbers, employers, educational background, and locations of all school nurses employed in North Carolina public schools, including the school nurse to student ratio in each LEA. It also contains data on health conditions identified in the student population, and the school health services that are provided statewide.
For access to the annual School Health Services Reports click here.
Healthy Active Children Policy (GCS-S-000) Reporting Format
Every year, school districts submit reports documenting their implementation of the Healthy Active Children Policy. Below are report summaries and the questions that were included in recent Healthy Active Children Reports.