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Health & Resiliency Committee

Promote Health and Resiliency Advisory Committee Charter


We are a learning community dedicated to promoting Health and Resiliency for all students and staff in LOSD.


We inspire students to be critical thinkers who are empowered to contribute positively in a
complex world.


On February 7, 2022, the Lake Oswego School Board issued a resolution recognizing Promote Health and Resiliency to be a new school board advisory committee in line with its strategic plan priorities. The committee’s perspectives and work will be critical to understanding the district’s efforts and provide deeper insight into the social, emotional and physical health of students and employees.

Committee Charge:

The Committee will provide a platform for the community to come together to review district systems that prioritize counseling to support social-emotional and mental health and extend resources to parents/guardians and the community..

Information to Consider
1. Programs that support the whole child in counseling, teaching practices, interventions and relationships between staff and students.
2. Current structures to support wellbeing, model and provide healthy nutrition, and encourage an active lifestyle.
3. Health metrics to ensure oversight and accountability toward eliminating inequities in health outcomes.

Indicator 22-23 23-24 24-25 25-26 26-27
Students know and understand how to access social-emotional support in the school Baseline  +5%  +5% +10% +10%


They will be charged with helping to address the needs of the whole child in a culture that models and values health and wellbeing, to which they will advise the School Board and support administrative committees in identifying opportunities.

Committee Membership:

The Lake Oswego School Board will create a standing advisory committee focused on health and resiliency. Committee membership will be offered, but not limited to, representatives of the student body, teaching faculty, classified employees, district administration, parent/guardian and community. Up to 10 adult members on the advisory committee. A Committee Chair will be selected from the committee. The committee will be working with the Executive Director of Curriculum and Instruction, the Executive Director of Communication, and the Liaison from the Lake Oswego School Board who will provide oversight.

Meeting Dates:
  • The Committee will meet monthly from September to May or as requested by the Committee Chair, School Board, or District Staff.
  • Committee meetings are advisory and not related to formal decision-making by the Lake Oswego School Board. Committee meetings may, at the discretion of the committee, include an opportunity for public comment.
  • The Lake Oswego School District Teaching and Learning and Student Services departments will provide support to the Committee.
  • The Lake Oswego School District staff will provide necessary technical and administrative assistance as follows:

a. A meeting room, including any necessary audio/visual equipment;
b. Preparation and copies of any documentary meeting materials, such as agendas and reports; and distribution of those materials to the committee in a timely manner;
c. Preparation of Committee meeting minutes and posting for public viewing and use on the Lake Oswego School District website; and
d. Lake Oswego School District staff will attend committee meetings.

Terms of Office:

1. A term of appointment shall be two years. Committee advisory members shall serve no more than two consecutive terms.

2. Individuals who have served less than one year as an appointee to fill the unexpired term for an individual who has resigned, moved from the area, dropped because of irregular attendance, etc., shall be eligible for an appointment to a full term. Individuals may not serve on more than one board advisory committee at the same time.

3. The membership year shall be July 1 through June 30 of the following year.