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Coordinated School Health

Mrs Marsha Polson
School Nurse Coordinator
Coordinated School Health

Marsha Polson is a blessed product of Cumberland County Schools.  She graduated from Cumberland County High School, attended Roane State Community College, and graduated from Tennessee Technological University with a Bachelors degree in nursing.  She worked at Cumberland Medical Center for 23 years in several capacities and presently works as needed in Nursing Administration.  She is a certified teacher and taught Health Science at SMHS and CCHS for 4 1/2 years.  She is currently the Director of Health Services, and Coordinated School Health.  Her passion is to see everyone in Cumberland County from the elderly to the children healthy and educated regarding health care. 


Phone Number: 931-484-6135


Address: 368 4th Street Crossville, TN 38555


Farm to School Highlight!

Vegatable growing pic
Vegetable growing pic
Mrs. Creshia Hillis from Crab Orchard is highlighted for her innovative way to bring farm to school in her classroom. This is a Lettuce Grow Hydroponic Stand. Students were able to grow the following:
pansy, lettuce, basal, oregano, cherry tomatoes, peas and snacking peppers. 
PE Health Services

PE Health Services

Coordinated School Health encourages healthy lifestyles, provides needed supports to at-risk students and helps to reduce the prevalence of health problems that impair academic success.
Coordinated School Health is an effective approach designed to connect health (physical, emotional and social) with learning. CSH improves children’s health and their capacity to learn through the support of families, communities and the schools working together.
The involvement of parents, families and community is the glue that binds the CSH. Full involvement of these entities as partners in the educational process provides valuable input, increases the commitment of all partners and ensures positive educational and health outcomes.

Winners for the Anti - Vaping Research Project

Anita Vaping Winners
Madalyn Lanzilotta, Jacob Eppilitto, Eric Harwood, Riley Hubbard, Brandon Briggs
How vaping can affect your behavior!
All of the entries from the wellness classes at CCHS were spectacular with relative data from the school.  Thank you coaches Eich, Horton & Johnson!  These will be on display at Cumberland County Health Department.

CCS Coordinated School Heath Quick Links

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Tennessee Harvest of the Month (click the image below)

Harvest of the Month

Quick Links to Resources

Young Mental Health
Young Mental Health Flyer

Healthier Generation Resources

Healthier Generation

CCS Initiatives & Programs

TNSTRONG Youth Summit
American Lung Association In-depth Flyer

Tobacco Endgame Toolkit

Tobacco Endgame Toolkit

Youth Tobacco Parent Resources

Youth Tobacco Parent Resources