We’ve built our wellness center to provide access to an eye doctor, a dentist, and a general practitioner, and we’re exploring the opportunity to offer services from a behavioral health specialist. We registered 500 students in the first three months of our registration push, and our ultimate goal is to onboard the entire district so all students have permission to receive care from the wellness center. We are committed not only to increasing the number of students receiving care, but to maintain a minimum 90 percent capacity every year.
We’re focusing our strategic efforts not only on teaching students to eat healthy meals but to engage them in the process. Across the district, all students have access to healthy meals during the school day. And we are committed to onboarding measures to engage students in eating healthy meals outside the school day as well.