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SCUC ISD receives Healthy Workplace Recognition

SCUC ISD received Gold level recognition at the 2018 Healthy Workplace Recognition on December 14th. The district joined other companies at the event held at the San Antonio Food Bank Community Engagement Center.  Linda Cannon, Chief Human Resources Officer, led a contingent of SCUC employees at the event. Also in attendance were:

Dr. Damon Edwards, Deputy Superintendent

Letticia Sever, SCUC ISD Board Trustee

Annmarie Williams, District Wellness Champion

Jennifer Cavazos, UnitedHealth Care Onsite Health Coach/Wellness Coordinator

Linda Janszen, Teacher and Campus Wellness Coordinator at Samuel Clemens High School

Rachel Sanchez, District Dietician and Wellness Coordinator for Child Nutrition Department

Theresa Booze, Transportation Department 

The Healthy Workplace Recognition Program is an initiative of the San Antonio Business Group on Health (SABGH) and the Mayor's Fitness Council. The program recognizes local employers for their worksite wellness efforts. SABGH works with employers and the community to promote a healthier San Antonio by:

  • Promoting employee health and wellness education.
  • Serving as a resource for sharing programs and ideas to positively impact employee health.
  • Publicly recognizing local employers for best practices in workplace health promotion.
  • Supporting strategic and economic solutions—addressing employers top health issues and ensuring employee accountability.
  • Working with the health care delivery system to address rising health care costs and improve outcomes.

 Worksite wellness programs are assessed in these key areas:

  • Culture
  • Health Promotion and Education
  • Physical Activity
  • Nutrition
  • Smoking and Tobacco Use
  • Health Benefits and Value-Based Benefit Design 

Special guest speakers at the event included:: Mayor Pro Tem, John Courage, Bexar County Sheriff and Samuel Clemens High School alum Javier Salazar, and Mayor’s Fitness Council Chair and CEO of the San Antonio Food Bank, Eric Cooper. A full breakfast and refreshments will be provided along with a musical performance. 

Priority 2 – High-performing and Engaged Workforce

Priority 4 – Efficient District and Campus Operations

Healthy Workplace Recognition