D6 Worksite Wellness Program
District 6 values the health and wellbeing of its employees. In an effort to improve the health of all employees, increase productivity, decrease absenteeism, and have a healthier workforce, the district has had the Worksite Wellness Program in place since 2002. In 2013, the Worksite Wellness Program was recognized by the Wellness Council of America (WELCOA) for its outstanding achievement in health promotion WELCOA presented District 6 with the "Well Workplace Gold Award". District 6 has earned the Health Links Certified Healthy Workplace Leader recognition since 2017, the American Heart Association's Bronze Award since 2017 and Aetna's Above and Beyond Silver Workplace Well-Being Winner since 2020.
The program is planned by the Worksite Wellness Committee, a group of individuals who are passionate about improving the health of their friends and colleagues. This team meets on a monthly basis to plan, implement, monitor, and evaluate the Worksite Wellness Program. Learn more information about the committee and how it operates. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
D6 staff will motivate, cultivate and journey with one another in well-being.
Creating lifelong healthy, engaged and high performing role models for our students and community.
- Engage Administration in supporting, role modeling, and communicating wellness in the workplace.
- Raise awareness of preventive care needed for optimal health.
- Create healthier work environments and foster a culture of wellness.
- Offer wellness programs in the areas of healthy eating, physical activity, medical self-care and mental health.
Certified Healthy Workplace Leader
This designation is the highest level of recognition offered by Health Links and is awarded to organizations that have continually demonstrated the highest level of commitment and dedicated resources to team member and community health and safety. D6 is proud to be a certified leader since 2017! Visit healthlinkscertified.org for more information.