School Wellness Information
Welcome to the Hockinson School District Wellness Page!

We are pleased to provide you with information on our local school wellness policy along with resources to help your students and your family be the healthiest they can be. 

Our district Wellness Committee promotes student wellness by developing, implementing and reviewing district policy for nutrition guidelines, nutrition education and promotion, physical education and activity, and other school-based activities. 

Check out Highlights of our Implementation and Monitoring Plan.

Meet our Wellness Committee Members 

Our 2016-17 Wellness Committee includes representatives of our district, our schools and our community. Please contact us with any questions or comments.  

Learn about our district policies

HSD Nutrition and Physical Fitness policy
HSD Nutrition and Physical Fitness procedure


Why do we have a Wellness Committee/Policy?

The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 made significant changes to the federal school lunch program, including setting new nutrition standards and promoting student wellness. Districts are required to establish wellness policies, designate officials to ensure policy compliance, encourage public comment and input, and assess the district’s progress made in attaining wellness goals.

More information

Check out the following links for more information on nutrition, fitness and wellness:

  • Food Focus and the nutrition and wellness newsletter from Hockinson School District Food Service, provided by Chartwells, shows how we are helping students eat healthy.
  • Child Nutrition Resources from the State of Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction provides information on wide-ranging topics, including food allergies, food safety, nutrient analysis, recipes and more.
  • Choose My Plate from the U.S. Department of Agriculture promotes healthy eating by offering information, recipes and more for every audience. 
  • We Can! from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute offers ways for parents, caregivers and communities to enhance children’s activity and nutrition, particularly for ages 8 to 13.

Lunch @ HHS

Lunch @ HHES