The TAC is designed to empower its members to gain leadership skills related to advocating the importance of school-based health care, educating their parents, peers and the community on health promotion topics and serve as role models to their peers.
How do I Become a TAC Member?
Contact: Ms. Amanda Forsmark
Health Educator, School-Based Health Center
Complete a TAC Application AND SBHC Consent Form
Attend Weekly Meetings -- held EVERY Tuesday during BOTH lunches in the Media Center.
What does the TAC Discuss at Meetings?
Sexual Health--STI/HIV Prevention & Pregnancy Prevention
Facilitation Skills, and MUCH MORE!
What are some of the TAC events?
Breast Cancer Walk
World AIDS Day
Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month
"I'm Healthy and I KNOW it!"--Nutrition Campaign
GYT: Get Yourself Tested
The National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy
SBHC Advocacy Day--Student trip to Lansing
Project Voice: A Dynamic Approach to Youth Empowerment--Youth Leadership Day
And MORE events to come!
TAC on YouTube:
"The TAC is a GREAT opportunity for students to take ownership of their health, and the health of their peers! Not only is this something that looks good on a college application, but you will learn A LOT that will hopefully stay with you for the rest of your life! We would love to have you join our team!"