Wellness Reporting

School Wellness Survey Responses, Summary Reports, and Triennial Assessments

FCPS 2017-2020 Triennial Wellness Assessment

The FCPS Local Wellness Policy and Regulation 2100, Student and Staff Health and Wellness, encourages a culture of improved health and wellness throughout the division.

  • Local Education Agencies (LEAs) complete a Triennial Assessment of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations: Local School Wellness Policy (7 CFR § 210.31).

  • Each LEA participating in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) and/or the School Breakfast Program (SBP) must develop a written plan that includes methods to

    • promote student wellness,

    • prevent childhood obesity, and

    • provide assurance that school meals and other food and beverages sold are consistent with federal standards.

  • At least once every three years, LEAs assess each school’s compliance with the local school wellness policy and update the policy if needed.

2017-2020 FCPS Triennial Wellness Assessment

As part of the Triennial Wellness Assessment, FCPS ensures that each participating school complies with the local school wellness policy and assesses each school’s compliance.

School Wellness Survey Responses and Summary Report 

Each school in FCPS is required to report progress toward the implementation of the wellness policy. The intent of reporting, as required by the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act (HHFKA) of 2010, is to support schools in establishing and maintaining healthy school environments, and provide transparency to the public. 

Initial wellness reporting was implemented in FCPS during SY 2017-2018. Wellness survey responses were scored using a 1-5 scale (see Definition of Scale Rating below) and schools were also provided the opportunity to share open-ended feedback. 

Definition of Scale Rating

Wellness survey ratings indicate the degree to which each school is implementing wellness practices, which are likely to lead to more positive health and wellness outcomes for FCPS students, families, and staff.

No Activity. Not being planned or implemented at this time. No students, families, or staff currently benefit from this practice or activity.

Exploring. Just beginning to explore/discuss this practice, strategy, or activity. There is a definite interest and some planning has begun. Few students, families, and staff are currently involved or benefit.

Transitioning. This practice, strategy, or activity is in the earliest implementation stages; progress is being made and plans are moving forward. The practice, strategy, or activity may be implemented in some classrooms but not frequently or consistently. Some students, families, and staff currently benefit or participate.

Emerging. Concerted efforts are being made to fully implement this practice, strategy, or activity. Many students, families, and staff currently benefit or participate.

Embedded. Implementation of this practice, strategy, or activity is schoolwide and consistent. Most or all students, families, and staff currently benefit or participate.

View Your School's 2019-20 Wellness Survey Responses by School Type

To view your school's 2019-2020 School Wellness Survey Responses, please click on the appropriate school level below and then click on your specific school. For elementary schools, please click on the appropriate alpha order list and then click on your specific school.

Early Childhood Center Survey Responses

Elementary School Wellness Survey Responses (by alpha order list)  A-D | E-K | L-R | S-Z

Middle School Wellness Survey Responses

Secondary School Wellness Survey Responses

High School Wellness Survey Responses

Other Centers Wellness Survey Responses

Division Level Wellness Executive Summary

Division Level Executive Summary of 2019-2020 
School Wellness Survey responses categorized by type: elementary, middle/high/secondary and other centers.


Archived Survey Responses 

FCPS Wellness Leadership

Wellness Leadership provides comprehensive support for the FCPS Wellness Policy.

School Health Advisory Committee (SHAC)

The SHAC webpage contains information such as the committee charge, upcoming meeting agendas, and a list of committee members.
Visit the SHAC webpage

FCPS School Health and Wellness

FCPS addresses the needs of the whole child through services that are student-centered and enlist the support of our most valuable resources: families and communities.
Learn more about School Health and Wellness