Tobacco-Use Prevention Education
|The Sutter County Superintendent of Schools, Student Support and Outreach (SSO) offer and provide Tobacco Use Prevention Education (TUPE) grant programs funded by California Department of Education.|
Youth Media Network & Advocacy
Total of 11 lessons: 7th grade
Total of 3 lessons: 8th grade
Implemented by teachers at the school site identified by the school administrator. Teachers will complete a 8 hr online training prior to starting the program lessons.
A wellness program that promotes the benefits of living a healthy and drug-free lifestyle.
Implemented by an Elite Fitness Trainer with group sessions and a follow-up.
Students participate in activities and create media to counteract the influence of tobacco use.
Implemented by IPP Staff in collaboration with Sutter County Tobacco Control (SASC).
PREVENTION and INTERVENTION
Prevention Education: Total of 8 lessons
Individual Assessment: Total of 3-4 sessions
Prevention & Intervention Groups: Total of 3-12 sessions
Implemented by IPP Staff
Referral Based Intervention
In lieu of suspension and/or in addition to suspension, student is referred when caught with a substance. Use online referral link:
Cessation Program: Referral based with groups of no more than 8 students.
Total of 8 sessions
Self-referral program for students who want to quit smoking
2. California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS)
The Sutter County Superintendent of Schools - Intervention and Prevention Programs were a part of the pilot project of the California Healthy Kids Survey in 1994. The CHKS is used to measure TUPE program effectiveness.
In Addition, the CHKS, School Climate Staff Survey and Parent Survey is designed to meet multiple LCAP Priorities:
The CHKS consists of topical modules appropriate for grades 4 and above. In California, the Department of Education requires that all schools in compliance with NCLB Title IV and TUPE funding conduct the district-level CHKS Module A: Core and Module B: Tobacco biennially among students in grades 5, 7, 9, 11 in continuation and community day schools.
The CHKS enables our schools and community to collect and analyze valuable data regarding our local youth behaviors that are barriers to learning, such as substance use, violence, and bullying, as well as school safety, connectedness, and the level of developmental supports that the schools provide students. Schools are also provided technical assistance in using this information to guide program decision-making and monitoring their progress in meeting student needs.
For further information regarding CHKS, visit their website here
3. Professional Development Trainings
Teachers: Trained to deliver the Project Alert, Project TND and Youth Development curriculum and prevention strategies.
Families and Community: Trained on ways to collaborate to change community and family norms regarding tobacco use.
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- Sutter County Healthy & Safe Neighborhoods Coalition
- Sutter County Tobacco Control Group
- California Department of Education - TUPE Coordinator Committees
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