District Health & Wellness

MSAD 75 Health & Wellness

You cannot learn if you are focused on not feeling well.

Mary Booth, District Coordinator
A Coordinated School Health Program is a proven, effective approach designed to increase and protect the health of students, staff, and families by maximizing resources and expertise of all stakeholders. This approach highlights prevention via education and collaboration, to support student health and academic success. 
Eight interrelated component areas work together to reduce barriers to health and academic learning via policy and environmental supports.
  • School Climate
  • School Counseling, Physical & Behavioral Health Services
  • Comprehensive School Health Education
  • Physical Environment
  • Health Promotion & Wellness
  • Physical Education and Physical Activity
  • Youth, Family and Community Involvement
  • School Nutrition Services 




Teachers of students with allergies will maintain an Allergy Aware Classroom. If parents wish to provide a snack for the whole class, they are encouraged to contact the school nurse for pre-approval of the snack item before the event. This will allow the nurse time to research ingredients and determine whether or not the snack is acceptable for the student(s) with allergies.

To view MSAD 75 allergy management procedures, click on the Allergy Management Folder on this page.

Suicide Awareness and Prevention Training
Any employee of a Maine school system must receive Suicide Awareness and Prevention Training. Please view the training materials and when you are finished, meet with a school counselor for certification approval.

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