Submit Your Success Story

CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health (DASH) defines a success story as a narrative—usually between one and two pages—highlighting the achievements and progress of a program/activity. A success story can document program improvement over time and demonstrate the value of program activities. When presented effectively, success stories can be a useful tool for educating your stakeholders about the outcomes of your work and the results you are achieving.
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Your Success Story

Tell us about a specific success your school has achieved in their school environment. This success story may be related to healthy eating, physical activity, safety, tobacco-free lifestyles, reproductive health or another health topic. Please complete this form for each separate success story and submit each separately. Do not combine several success stories into one submission. There is no limit to the number of success stories your school can submit and we encourage you to submit as many as you like.






Further Information

For further assistance on how to develop a success story please visit the following link: http://www.cdc.gov/healthyYouth/stories/pdf/howto_create_success_story.pdf If you have answered all the questions above, please read the information below before you submit your success story. By completing this form and clicking the button below to submit your success story, you are consenting to have your school information and success story shared and published on this and other related websites and in other print and web media used to motivate and mentor other schools working toward a healthy school environment. By completing and submitting this form, you are also providing permission for us to contact you for further information or clarification. Not all success stories may be published. The West Virginia Department of Education Office of Healthy Schools Success Story Team reserves the right to selectively publish success stories. Please double check the text of your success story text prior to clicking the submit button to ensure it is free of typos or other errors. You will not be able to change your success story after it is submitted. You may wish to write the story in a word processor and paste it into the textboxes. Email any supplemental materials (photos, tools developed, etc.) to Linda Payne (lfpayne@access.k12.wv.us). If you have problems with submission, contact Linda Payne (lfpayne@access.k12.wv.us) at (304)558-8830 or Rick Deem (rddeem@access.k12.wv.us) at (866)232-7372 x 122.

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