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Comprehensive School Community Health


1. Comprehensive School Community Health

The Comprehensive School Community Health (CSCH) approach allows for families, students and communities to work together to ensure that the school is a healthy environment to support student success.

CSCH encompasses four integrated components:

  1. Teaching and learning
  2. Physical and social environments
  3. Family and community engagement
  4. Effective policy

When creating a healthy school environment, it is beneficial to use the CSCH approach when addressing:


2. CSCH e-Newsletters

The ministries of Education and Health develop the CSCH e-Newsletter to raise awareness, understanding, and support of CSCH with key stakeholders throughout the province. The CSCH e-Newsletters highlight:

  • current government initiatives;
  • provincially or nationally produced tools and resources;
  • health promotion events and supportive resources;
  • CSCH local stories from the education and health sectors; and
  • professional development.

Below are themes of recent CSCH e-Newsletters:

  • Digital Media
  • Sexual Health and Well-being
  • Active Living, Student Success and Well-being
  • Advancing School Health Using the CSCH Framework
  • Psychological Well-being in the School Environment
  • Food Security and Healthy Eating
  • Trauma-informed Schools

3. The Pan-Canadian Joint Consortium for School Health (JCSH)

The Pan-Canadian Joint Consortium for School Health (JCSH) is a partnership of provincial and territorial governments from across Canada, working together to promote the well-being and achievement of children and youth in the school setting. The JCSH offers tools and toolkits, reports and resources in English and French to support schools and community members. Below is a listing of current resources:

  • Canadian Standards and Indicators for Health Promoting Schools
  • Positive Mental Health Toolkit
  • Rethinking Conversation Around Youth Substance Use
  • Youth Engagement Toolkit

To learn more about the Joint Consortium for School Health and to access their resources, please visit the JCSH website.


4. Saskatchewan CSCH Health Contacts

Anna Grumbly
Student Achievement and Supports Branch
Ministry of Education

Helen Flengeris
Population Health Branch
Ministry of Health

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