Comprehensive School Physical Activity Program (CSPAP)
CSPAP is a multi-component approach by which school districts and schools use all opportunities for students to be physically active, meet the nationally-recommended 60 minutes of physical activity each day, and develop the knowledge, skills, and confidence to be physically active for a lifetime. CSPAP involves these five components:
- Quality physical education
- Physical activity during the school day
- Physical activity before and after school
- Staff Involvement
- Family and community engagement
The health department can assist schools in strengthening these five components. A CSPAP training is also available. For more information contact (801) 525-5070.
According to the Utah Poison Control Center, over 50% of the calls they receive involve children 6 and younger. A variety of presentations are available to educate children and adults on how to prevent poisonings. To schedule a presentation contact (801) 525-5070.
- Poison Safety with Spike (PreK- 2nd grade)
- Poison Safety (3rd and 4th grade)
- Poison Smart (5th and 6th grade)
- Inhalant Poison Prevention (4th grade)
- Inhalant Body Pollution (5th grade)
- Inhalant Toxic Chemicals (6th grade and above)
- Inhalant Combination Lesson (6th grade and above)
- Buzz in a Bottle (Energy Drinks) (Teens)
- Babysitters Guide to Poison Prevention- Teens ages 11-17
- Poison Prevention… Keeping Families Safe (Adults)
- Medicine and Poison Prevention (Seniors)
Project Towards No Tobacco (Project TNT) Curriculum
Project TNT is a tobacco prevention program specifically developed for 5th-9th grade students. It was designed to prevent youth initiation of tobacco use by teaching students about the consequences of tobacco use, addiction, and disease while simultaneously building skills for effective communication, refusal, cognitive coping, and self-esteem development. Project TNT consists of 10 core lessons, each lasting 40-50 minutes.
The Davis County Health Department highly encourages teachers to teach this effective program that has been proven by the CDC as a "program that works." All the materials needed to implement the program will be provided by the health department. If you are interested in teaching Project TNT contact (801) 525-5070.