School Health Advisory Council

Enriching the success of every student's well-being to succeed academically and flourish emotionally and physically in a safe environment.

Welcome New and Returning Members


Michelle Wright, Austin County Extension Agent

Rachel Kubala, Registered Nurse for Texas Department of Health

Kyle Andrews, Austin County Juvenile Probation Officer

Edna Saenz, Community Volunteer

Ashley Hewson, parent/teacher

Vanessa Martinez, parent/secretary

Alicia Chavez, parent/secretary

Stacy Hendry, parent

Kristiann Miller, parent

Lynsie Necker, parent

Yolanda Sanchez, parent

Kerri Kovar, parent

Maria Alvarez, parent/ DSHS


Vision Statement
All students attending Sealy ISD will be ensured a safe, healthy environment with appropriate quality information to achieve the highest possible sense of self-control, self-esteem and self-reliance as preparation for adulthood. For this reason the purpose of a comprehensive school health education program is twofold:   first, to consider the total human being in the educational process, and second, to motivate students to help themselves and others to live healthy productive lives by taking an inter-generational approach to learning.

Mission Statement
The mission of the Sealy Independent School District’s SHAC is to ensure that all children in the district, grades PreK-12, will have healthy bodies and minds through continuous health and physical education programs along with good nutrition, teaching them to appreciate and adopt a lifestyle of healthy living.

The goal of the Sealy Independent School District’s SHAC is to advise and actively communicate to Sealy ISD decision-making regarding student and staff needs and education related to health knowledge and skills, policies and procedures that impact student and staff health and the health of the school environment. 

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