1. Stanton ISD requires students in kindergarten through grade 5 to participate in moderate or vigorous daily physical activity for at least 30 minutes throughout the school year, as part of the district’s physical education program or through structured activity during a campus’s daily recess.
If Stanton ISD determines, for any particular grade level, that requiring moderate or vigorous daily physical activity is impractical due to scheduling concerns or other factors, the district may as an alternative require a student in that grade level to participate in moderate or vigorous physical activity for at least 135 minutes during each school week.
Stanton ISD must provide an exemption for a student who is unable to participate in the required physical activity because of illness or disability.
Stanton ISD requires students in grades 6–8 to participate in moderate or vigorous daily physical activity for at least 30 minutes for at least four semesters during those grade levels as part of the district's physical education curriculum.
Stanton ISD may as an alternative require a student enrolled in a grade level for which the district uses block scheduling to participate in moderate or vigorous physical activity for at least 225 minutes during each period of two school weeks.
2. Stanton ISD SHAC meets 4 times a year.
3. Stanton ISD has adopted and enforces policies to ensure compliance with TEA’s vending machine and food service guidelines for restricting student access to vending machines by not having any vending machines on the campuses.
4. Stanton ISD prohibits smoking and the use of tobacco products and e-cigarettes on District property, in District vehicles, or at school-related activities.
Stanton ISD prohibits smoking or using e‑cigarettes or tobacco products at a school-related or school-sanctioned activity on or off school property. School personnel shall enforce these policies on school property.
Stanton ISD shall not permit smoking within any indoor facility used for provision of routine or regular kindergarten, elementary, or secondary education or library services to children; or regular or routine health care or day care or early childhood development (Head Start) services to children or for the use of employees who provide such services.
A person commits an offense if the person is in possession of a burning tobacco product, smokes tobacco, or operates an e‑cigarette in a facility of a public school.
5. Parents may request in writing their child’s physical fitness assessment results at the end of the school year.