Smart Source is a streamlined tool available in Colorado allows all K-12 public schools to assess their health efforts to help ensure students are healthy and ready to learn. Smart Source replaces various state and national data collection efforts to provide schools with meaningful data and reduce the burden of multiple school health tools. It serves as the Colorado inventory for understanding school health policy and practice.
State-level 2017-18 Smart Source data are now publicly available! Representing 677 schools (37% of schools in Colorado) and spliced in various ways, these data can help to inform important health and wellness initiatives in the state and in your community.
This spreadsheet shows aggregate responses from participating schools for all Smart Source items split by the 21 Colorado health statistics regions and tabulated by school-level.
Health statistics regions (HSRs) are designated at the county level and defined by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE).