What is an adult ally?
An adult ally is a health professional who wholeheartedly believes in the potential of youth to become greater versions of themselves. They are supportive mentors who encourage participation, positive development, and organization in their students. They also listen, learn and appreciate young people’s assets.
In our context, an adult ally could be a certificated school district staff member or clinic provider youth organizer. These professionals are entrusted with: supporting youth in their campaigns, holding regular meetings with their respective site-based Student Advisory Boards (SAB), and providing a safe and inclusive environment for students to flourish.
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Check out what’s going on in Fall 2016 for Student Engagement!
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SAB Health Awareness Campaign Tools
Health Awareness Campaign Resources
These resources can help guide you in your student campaigns
- HEAL Support Package
- Lifesaver (TUPE) Campaign Resources
- STD Support Package
- Drugs: Shatter the Myths
- Shirt Design Toolkit
Student Engagement and SAB Resources:
- SAB Orientation Slides For your reference, this is a sample for Monroe High School. This is a great tool to use to train SAB members in all the info they should know about their role, the work they do, their wellness center, and partners on campus. If you are interested in obtaining a powerpoint slide deck that you can customize for your site, please contact Jeanne at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Lead the Way Engaging Youth in School-Based Health Care
- Student Engagement Toolkit
Student Engagement Tracking
- Monthly Outreach Report Due by the 15th of every month following the reporting month. This doc can also be used as a log to track outreach for large crowd events such as health fairs
- YAB Incentive Log Please use this log to document gift cards given to students
- Student Outreach Sign-in
- YAB Incentives Log
Media Release Forms: