CCPS Wellness Program

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    Rebecca Miller Bay View Elementary School
    Megan Wiecek Calvert Elementary School
    Rosemary Meece Cecil Manor Elementary School
    Elisabeth Haney Cecilton Elementary School
    Misty Simm and Denise Sabol Charlestown Elementary School
    Dolores Wooddell Chesapeake City Elementary School
    Kerry Patrick Conowingo Elementary School
    Ami Jo Parker Elk Neck Elementary School
    Karen Parker Gilpin Manor Elementary School
    Kelli Stansfield Holly Hall Elementary School
    Kelli Roy Kenmore Elementary School
    Cindy Fitzpatrick Rising Sun Elementary School
    Lori Pitcock Thomson Estates Elementary School
    Jillian Mullins Bo Manor Middle School
    Jen Dunlap Cherry Hill Middle School
       
    Amanda Vicars North East Middle School
    Denise Sabol Perryville Middle School
    Deb Ray Rising Sun Middle School
    Meredith Eyler Elkton High School
    Kimberly McDaniel North East High School
    Carly Middlemiss Perryville High School
    Jessica Meisel Rising Sun High School

     

     

  • CCPS Wellness Program

  • Physical

    This dimension focuses on the importance of moderate daily physical activity, proper nutrition, maintaining a healthy weight, getting recommended preventive screenings (based on age, gender and health history) and managing chronic conditions to prevent them from progressing.

    Physical Activity

    Nutrition

    Preventative Screenings

    Managing Chronic Conditions

  • Financial

    This dimension focuses on your attitude toward money, commitment to setting monetary goals for future needs, developing sound financial habits, and effectively using tools to manage financial resources. Being financially healthy is not about how much money you make, but rather how you manage what you have.

  • Social

    This dimension focuses on creating and maintaining healthy, supportive relationships with family, friends and peers. Research has demonstrated that having a social support network protects against several health problems. A support network is essential to wellness in ministry, but can be difficult to initiate and sustain. Many clergy feel socially isolated and have difficulty building relationships in their congregation and with other clergy (within and outside of the denomination).

  • Emotional

    This dimension focuses on awareness and acceptance of stressors and feelings—positive or negative. Emotional well-being includes the ability to manage your feelings and related behaviors, cope effectively with stress, and adapt to change. There are practical ways to enhance mood, build resilience, and improve your response to life’s challenges. Just as effort is required to improve or maintain physical health, the same is true for emotional health.

    Employee Assistance Program

  • Spiritual

    This dimension centers on your spiritual relationships and activities that support and enhance these relationships, such as: prayer, meditation and worship, among others. Spiritual health can bring an inner peace—a contentment with who you are and your current situation.