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LogosWhere To Find the New CSI Logos 
At the last Board of Trustee meeting on Monday, March 22, 2016, a new academic and Athletic logo was approved for the College of Southern Idaho to improve brand awareness and visual identity for the college as a whole. The Public Information Office is asking all Faculty, Staff, and Students to please become familiar with our Visual Identity Guidelines and then start using the new logos immediately

We realize there are some things that you may have a large stock of with the old logo and you are welcome to use what you have left. However, please make sure to include the new logo on any new publications from today forward. Our Graphic Design Specialist, Erin Giesler, does a tremendous job and can answer any of your questions when it comes to branding a CSI publication so don't be afraid to ask.

Click here to download multiple color and layout variations of the new academic logo. You can find these on our www.csi.edu website by scrolling to the bottom of the page and clicking on Visual Identity. 

Click here to e-mail our Graphic Design Specialist for use of the Athletic logo. 

If you have any questions, comments, concerns, or feedback please feel free to e-mail us. 

Kimberlee LaPray
Public Information Specialist
klapray@csi.edu  | 208-732-6299
 

FridayWatch the First Friday Forum From April 1
The First Friday Forum video from April 1 ,  is ready to be viewed. Your CSI login credentials are required to access the video.
 
 
Please use Internet Explorer or Google Chrome to view the video. You can copy and paste the link if necessary into one of those browsers if necessary. If you have any issues, please contact the help desk.
 
Kathy  Deahl
Administrative Assistant, Office of the President
kdeahl@csi.edu  | 208-732-6201
 

OrientationMandatory Orientation For New Students Starts This Fall 2016
Staring fall 2016, Student Orientation, Advising and Registration (SOAR) is required for all new, degree seeking students. Online registration for SOAR will open on Friday, April 1, 2016 at http://www.csi.edu/studentsuccess/soar.asp
 
Sessions will run April through August and cost $25 per student and $10 per additional support person (optional). Students will network with other students over lunch, learn about valuable CSI resources, meet with an adviser, and register for classes.
 
Please call the Office of Admissions at 208-732-6221 with questions or for more information.

Kelly Wilson
Admissions Coordinator
kwilson@csi.edu  | 208-732-6284
 

RoboticsCongratulations to the CSI Eagle Robotics Team
 

Congratulations to the CSI Eagle Robotics Team!
 
The Eagle Robotics Team (5489) recently competed in the Salt Lake City regional FIRST robotics competition. They placed 11th out of 38 teams competing from around the United States and Canada. They have another regional competition in Boise for an attempt to qualify for the world competition later this month in St. Louis, MO.

Kory Lloyd
Assistant Professor
klloyd@csi.edu  | 208-732-6811


PACESpring 2016 PACE 50-for-50 Challenge
 
You have until April 29, to win one of the 11 jackets that are left. Ready...Set...Selfie! 

Click here for the new checklist.

Congratulations to Angela Chapin, Evin Fox, and Kelly Wilson   for winning their jackets! 

Current Competitors:
Jodie Bridges
33
Melissa Earl
32
Ben Hamlett
30
Andie Dayley
29
Kara Mahannah
28
Lyntessa Limas
26
Judy Hansen
22
Naysa Shepherd
9
Amy Christopherson
9
Maria Alvarez
2


Tamara  Harmon
PACE Executive
tharmon@csi.edu | 208-732-6249


Institutional Technology Services has now provided a website for all CSI employees and students with an email address and network account to change their password or retrieve their password if they forget it. The website is pwm.csi.edu.
 
If you click "Forgotten Password" you will be led through a verification process in order to change your password but it is available for your convenience. As always, please feel free to email helpdesk@csi.edu or call us at extension 6311 if you have questions or still need help with your password change process.



Eric J. Ness, M.A.
IT Service Desk, Team Leader
eness@csi.edu | 208-732-6361
 

studentjobsNow Hiring Students for Orientation Leader Positions
The Office of Admissions is looking to hire Orientation leaders for the upcoming spring and summer orientation season. This is a new and exciting opportunity for students here at CSI and we encourage them to consider applying. They can find the job description, application details and compensation information on an e-mail sent to students by Nolan Goubeaux on Wednesday, March 23 or on our official CSI social media platforms. 

Please call the Office of Admissions at 208-732-6221 with questions or for more information. 



Heather Barnes
Admissions Coordinator
hbarnes@csi.edu  | 208-732-6230  

FarmPlant Your Own Garden on the Breckenridge Endowment Farm at CSI


We have a few garden spaces open for the growing season! They will be available April 20. The spaces are 25' by 50' with 2.5' barked walkways in between-pretty large! There is easy water access and each spot shares a spigot with one other gardener. The gardens will be freshly tilled to start the season and then gardeners take over from there. The cost is $40 for the entire season. 

For more information contact Dawn in the CSI Ag Department @ 732-6401.
 
Dawn Wendland
Student Services Specialist
dwendland@csi.edu |  208-732-6401

The CSI Foundation is pleased to announce the spring round for Mini Grants and for Professional Development Grants. Up to $3,000 is available for each of these grants and projects are to be completed within a year of the award. This spring, the due date for these grants has been extended to Wednesday, April 13, 2016, and proposals are to be submitted on the newly revised CSI Common Grant Application Form.

* Mini Grants - to stimulate creative ideas and activities and their subsequent implementation that result in improved student learning and/or success.  Additional information available at: http://www.csi.edu/institutionalEffectiveness/grants/miniGrants.asp

* Professional Development Grants - support travel to attend national conferences for the purpose of institutional improvement.  Additional information available at:
* Application Process - s ubmit a hard copy of your application signed by your supervisor and Dean/AVP/VP and an electronic copy (in word format) via email attachment to dmckinstry@csi.edu

If you have further questions, please give us a call at X6244

Debbie Wilson
Executive Director
SBDCGood News From the Small Business Development Center



Fences Idaho, Inc. - Gooding
Les and Lois Carberry

After raising their family on the windy plains of Wyoming and then spending 9 years in the Midwest, Les and Lois Carberry settled near Gooding in 2005 and immediately started their business. The first fence they built was for free on their daughter and son-in-law's sheep farm near Shoshone. Neighbors took notice and began contracting with the new company and business took off.

The Carberrys learned to build fences that consider the temperament of the livestock, whether it be horses, cows or sheep. They also learned that the contractor/customer relationship is top priority. Customers expect quality fences that function well, are aesthetically pleasing and built at reasonable cost.

The Carberrys first came to the Twin Falls Small Business Development Center to attend a Taxes & Small Business class in late 2005 followed by the NxLevel Business Planning course in February 2006. Les developed a business plan in the NxLevel course and SBDC business consultants helped the Carberrys refine their financial records so they could apply for an SBA loan, which they obtained in 2006. The SBDC also helped the couple develop an employee handbook and advised them about incorporating the business. Les also participated in the SBDC mentoring program, where he received ideas on expanding into snow removal, differentiating the business from competitors and retaining employees during the slow season. Les now gives back to the SBDC and the community by his participation on the Region IV Training Advisory Board.

The Brass Monkey - Twin Falls
Kindsey Ringenberg

I have always had a love for clothing and anything fashion. It's funny that I remember exactly what I was wearing at any big moments in my life as if it was just as important as the event taking place.

My love for apparel drove me to get a degree in Clothing, Textiles and Design from the University of Idaho. Since graduating I have worked in many different aspects of the clothing industry. I have been in sales, management, buying, visual, merchandising and logistics. I have also worked in both the big corporate industry as well as small business. All of my background experience has prepared me for opening my own store. However, I needed guidance in how to get started, my business plan, and financial help. For this, I turned to the Small Business Development Center.

If it wasn't for the Small Business Development Center, I wouldn't be here today. They worked with me on executing a detailed business plan and after getting rejected by many banks Region IV lent me a small business loan. Region IV allows and helps people like me that have the vision, talent, and experience to get a non-traditional loan that most banks won't give. I am forever grateful for their help.

I have loved every minute of owning my own business. To have such a big dream and goal actually come true is amazing! At times owning your own business can be challenging. You never "clock out"; you are always working on, thinking of, or doing something with your business. You also have to be on your toes because small business has a lot of ups and downs. It is not the type of job that you can kick up your heels and say "I've got this." If it was that easy everyone would do it. But, if you are doing what you truly love and are passionate about you really don't think of it as work, but as part of your life. A part that you are blessed and happy to have.   

Mary Burgess
ISBDC, Administrator
mburgess@csi.edu | 208-732-6450
 

AAWCCBuy a Mother's Day Corsage or Boutonniere to Support AAWCC
Honor the Mothers in Your Life with This Timeless Tradition.... Order your Corsage or Boutonniere Today!
 
AAWCC is partnering with the Diversity Council for their 1st annual
Mother's Day Corsage/Boutonnière Event
 
Corsages are ONLY $8.00 
Boutonnieres are ONLY $4.00
 
Orders can be placed from April 4 - 21
They will be delivered on Friday, May 5
(Fresh and in perfect time for Mother's Day on May 7)
 
To access the order form and other pertinent information  click here .
 
Click here for more info on AAWCC.
 
Click here for more info on CSI's Diversity Council.
 
Click here for a history on Mother's Day and the tradition of flowers.
 
Proceeds from the sales will go towards supporting the Southern Idaho AAWCC Chapter at CSI.

 
Rene Rambur
Student Advisor
rrambur@csi.edu | 208-732-6730


BirdsCSI Sustainability Fair and Transportation Week
Mark April 22, 2016, on your calendar for the 7th  Annual CSI Sustainability Fair sponsored by the CSI Sustainability Council. Exhibitors will be showcasing their sustainable products, policies, and practices from 10 am - 1 pm in the SUB. Entertainment and chances to win prizes add to the fun. 

In addition, Active Transportation Week will be taking place April 18-April 22. Dust off your bike, longboard, and running/walking shoes to transport yourself to campus. Leave the car at home to save money and reduce your carbon footprint. Treats and chances to win prizes will be available at the main campus entrance at the bus semi-circle.
 
B. Randolph Smith, D.A.
Professor
rsmith@csi.edu208-732-6817
PEOTomorrow is the Deadline to Order a Hanging Basket 
ANNUAL PEO CHAPTER D HANGING BASKET FUNDRAISER 2016
 
It's time for the annual   PEO  Hanging Flower Basket Sale.  Kathy Stover, CSI retiree, moved to Boise and passed her duties onto Alice Anderson, CSI retiree and   PEO  member.
 
P.E.O., a Philanthropic Educational Organization that celebrates the advancement of women, supports women's higher education through scholarships, grants, awards and loans to help women achieve their highest educational aspirations. 
 
Many of the members are educators, but women from nearly every profession and walk of life all over the world belong.
 
There are at least five different PEO chapters in Twin Falls and several more around the Magic Valley area.
 
Twin Falls local Chapter D of P.E.O, sponsors this annual flower sale and donates all of the profits from the sales to these higher education projects. We appreciate your support in our annual fundraiser! Thank you!
 
Baskets are $24.00 each (22.64 + 1.36 tax)   The baskets are huge and they last all summer long!
 
Baskets varieties this year include:
Geraniums in Red, Pink, Mother Nature's coloring whim with Coral, Burgundy,     White or Yellow & Mixed Annuals in a wide variety of colors

     
   
Ann Keane is helping   PEO  out with this project and has order forms up at the SSC reception desk if you are interested.   Ann has to have the order sheet and payments turned into Alice on Tues., April 5th.
 
They make great Mother's Day Gifts
 
Baskets will be available for pickup Friday, May 6  ,   between 4:00-6:00 pm at the   TF Nazarene Church parking lot   (1231 Washington St N - across from CSI).
 
Checks can be made payable to  PEO Chapter D
 
Ann Keane
ADC Office Specialist 
akeane@csi.edu | 208-732-6530
ISUISU College of Business Advisor Will Be On Campus April 6


An adviser from ISU's College of Business will be available for advising in Hepworth 144 from 10:30 through 3:30 on the first Wednesday of each month during the spring semester. An appointment is not necessary but if a specific time is requested please call our office at 2300 or 736-2101 to set a specific time.

Maggi Seipel
ISU Twin Falls
seipmarg@isu.edu | 208-736-2101

CSI Events
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If you're looking for an event this month chances are we have the information posted on our  Facebook  page. And, don't forget that you can now subscribe to our events which means you'll get a notification when a CSI event is added to our page. 

THIS WEEK
APR 6
Wed 7:45 PM · by College of Southern Idaho
Twin Falls
APR 7
Apr 7 - Apr 8
Twin Falls
 
APR 7
Thu 9 AM · by College of Southern Idaho
Twin Falls
APR 7
Thu 5 PM · by CSI Outdoor Recreation
Meet at Dierke's Lake Parking west end of the parking lot
 
APR 8
Fri 5:30 PM · Sladjana Duranski is going
Twin Falls
APR 9
Sat 8:45 PM · by College of Southern Idaho
Twin Falls
NEXT WEEK
APR 12
Tue 7 PM · by College of Southern Idaho
Gooding
APR 13
Wed 7 PM · 3 friends are going
Twin Falls
 
APR 14
Apr 14 - Apr 27
Twin Falls
APR 14
Thu 3 PM
Twin Falls

If you would like to see more of what's going on at CSI visit our  Facebook . O r, if you would like your CSI event listed on our Facebook page, please send your information to eNotes@csi.edu . Pictures, flyers, and most all documents will be accepted and used for the posting. 
   
Kimberlee LaPray
Public Information Specialist
klapray@csi.edu   | 208-732-6299
 
 
BrownBrown Bag This Week

Evin Fox
Professor
efox@csi.edu | 208-732-6872

This Week's Topic is a continuation of last wee's topic: 
Wednesday at noon  in Hepworth 176 with Tiffany Seeley-Case. 

Thursday at 1 o'clock in the Hepworth 176 with Evin Fox.

Friday morning at 8 o'clock 
in the Taylor Administration Building in the TLC with Shane Brown. 

To receive text messages about Brown Bag events , text @8d63b7 to 81010. You can opt-out of messages at anytime by replying, 'unsubscribe @8d63b7'.

Take the civility pledge at:   http://www.civilitypledge.org
 
Visit our CSI Best Practices Facebook group to join the conversation.
DutchOvenLearn to Cook with a Dutch Oven in HREC 149
Back by Popular Demand! 
HREC 149 - Dutch Oven Cooking!

The first class will be held on April 4, at 5:00 pm - just show up and we can register you during class!

This course is designed for students with little or no experience. We will be introducing basic cooking skills with aluminum and cast iron Dutch Ovens. You will learn to cook entrees, breads, sides and desserts, plus how to clean and care for Dutch Ovens. Lastly, we'll go over the history of this American staple. 

Call Christa for more info at 732-6697! 

Christa Gessaman
Coordinator, Outdoor & Challenge Programs
cgessaman@csi.edu   |  208-732-6697


AstronomyAstronomy Talk - Largest Meteorite Impact Beneath Challis, ID
Wednesday, April 6 , 7:45 to 8:45 PM

Astronomy talk: "The Beaverhead Meteorite Impact: Idaho's Hidden Scar" - Fifty years ago geologists discovered the first evidence of the largest meteorite impact in the U.S., beneath Challis, Idaho.  
Admission: 
Adults $2.50
Students $1.50
Children 6 (and under) Free 
Telescope viewing will follow the talk until 10:45 PM.  Admission: $1.50 or free with talk or paid planetarium show admission.

Chris Anderson
Centennial Observatory Coordinator
canderson@csi.edu   |  208-732-6663


AthleticsCSI Athletics this Week
4/8/2016 1 p.m. Western Nevada College Twin Falls, Idaho
4/8/2016 3 p.m. Western Nevada College Twin Falls, Idaho
4/9/2016 12 p.m. Western Nevada College Twin Falls, Idaho
4/9/2016 2 p.m. Western Nevada College Twin Falls, Idaho

4/8/2016 2 p.m. MST Western Nevada College Carson City, Nev.
4/8/2016 4 p.m. MST Western Nevada College Carson City, Nev.
4/9/2016 1 p.m. MST Western Nevada College Carson City, Nev.
4/9/2016 3 p.m. MST Western Nevada College Carson City, Nev.


4/8-9/2016 Colorado Mesa University Rodeo Grand Junction, Colo.

For more information about CSI Athletics visit athletics.csi.edu.

Karen Baumert
Sports Information Director
kbaumert@csi.edu | 208-732-6493

HerrettHerrett Center April Activity Schedule
 



Rick Greenawald
Manager, Faulkner Planetarium
rgreenawald@csi.edu  | 208-732-6659
 

BloodMake an Appointment Now for the CSI Hero Blood Drive  
ENTER SPONSOR CODE: 
CSIEagles

Date:  Thursday, April 7
Time:  9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: Student Rec. Center     
RSVP TODAY: Online or call Debi at 208-484-0138

Racing Toward Life - Brian Boyle

Debi Mahler
Red Cross of America
debi.mahler@redcross.org |   208-484-0138
 

DateDate Night - Only 40 Spots Available


The CSI Early Childhood Program is sponsoring a " Date Night." This is a time for parents to leave their children in a fun and active environment as they take some time for themselves. All proceeds go to support the Early Childhood Education Student Club.

Date: Friday, April 8, 2016
Time: 5:30-9:30 pm
Location: Preschool Lab - 246 Falls Avenue
Price: $15.00 per child for the four hours
RSVP: Kelsey Skinner (kelseyskinner@csi.edu) or by phone (732-6884)
Who: Children 2-10 

Payments must be made in advance to fully reserve your child's spot. Payment must be sent to:

Kelsey Skinner
College of Southern Idaho
PO BOX 1238 
Twin Falls, ID 83303-1238

Payments are NON-REFUNDABLE!

Children will be supervised by ECE Preschool Lab Teachers who are trained in CPR/First Aid and p izza, ice cream, and activities will be provided.  Get your reservation and payment in early!! We only have space for 40 children.
 
Kelsey W. Skinner 
CSI ECE Lab Facilitator
kelseyskinner@csi.edu | 208-732-6884


BallCSI Foundation's Black and Gold Ball is This Weekend
 
Tamara Harmon
CSI Foundation Administrative Assistant
tharmon@csi.edu | 208-732-6249


SamScience Author Sam Kean To Speak at CSI
Science author Sam Kean, who has written three books that were named Amazon Top Science Books of the Year, will speak at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Apr. 13 in the College of Southern Idaho's Fine Arts Auditorium.

'The Disappearing Spoon, 'Tale of the Dueling Neurosurgeons,' and 'The Violinist's Thumb' have received excellent reviews and several prestigious awards. Kean has been featured on NPR's Radiolab, All Things Considered, and Fresh Air. A whimsical page on his website, www.samkean.com, says he studied physics and English when he went to college in Minnesota, he earned a master's degree in library science that he'll probably never use, and that open-faced sandwiches are better than other kinds.

Kean's appearance is sponsored by the CSI Honors and STEM Programs, the NASA Idaho Space Grant Consortium, and Discover Science Workshops. It is free and open to everyone.
 
Brian Dobbs
Honors Director
bdobbs@csi.edu | 208-732-6266


CivilityFall in Love With the Magic Valley, Become Engaged With the People

 
Samra Culum
Student Development Coordinator
sculum@csi.edu | 208-732-6223
 
AoTArts on Tour Presents "The Fab Four"
Tickets are going like hotcakes! Hurry and get one before they are gone!

There are still tickets available for the last performance of the Arts on Tour Season, The Fab Four: The Ultimate Beatles Tribute, which will take place in the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium on Friday, April 15 at 7:30 p.m.  Tickets are $36 for adults and $14 for students high school and under and under and are available at tickets.csi.edu, at the CSI Box Office, or by calling 732-6288.

The Fab Four is elevated far above every other Beatles Tribute due to their precise attention to detail. Hosted by "Ed Sullivan," this incredible multimedia stage production will make you think you are experiencing the real thing with uncanny, note-for-note, live renditions of the Beatles catalogue. This incredible stage show and loving tribute to the Beatles includes three costume changes representing every era of the super group's career and record-perfect live performances of such classics as "Can't Buy Me Love," "Yesterday," "A Day In The Life," "Twist And Shout," "Here Comes The Sun," and "Hey Jude."  The Fab Four have amazed audiences around the world.  If you want to see the best Beatles show in the world, you won't want to miss The Fab Four.  "The best Beatles show in the world." - LA Times  


For more information on this or other Arts on Tour programs, including season subscription and mini subscription information, call 732-6288.

Camille Barigar
CSI Fine Arts Center
cbarigar@csi.edu   | 208-732-6288
ForumApril Herrett Forum "Idaho in Africa"

Heidi will be sharing the inspiring story of Mozambique's Gorongosa Park and the work being done there to restore this natural treasure after decades of civil war ravaged the nation and decimated the Park.  She will share information about the collaboration between Idaho Falls philanthropist Greg Carr, Zoo Boise and Gorongosa Park in their efforts to restore the Park - ranging from community health care, women's rights and job creation to the reintroduction of the animal species that were wiped out during the war.  In particular, Heidi will speak on the Intermountain Bird Observatory's contribution to restoration efforts in Gorongosa. IBO is using birds to bring Gorongosa back to life through scientific research programs, community outreach, and training of young women scientists right here in Idaho.
   
Heidi is the Education and Outreach Director for the Intermountain Bird Observatory at Boise State. She  graduated from Boise State University in 2014 with a Master's Degree in Biology, where she studied the impacts of traffic noise on migrating songbirds. Heidi's work with IBO focuses on integrating hands-on science for K-12 and university level students with various Intermountain Bird Observatory research projects. Heidi has made two trips to Gorongosa and is currently involved in the training of young Mozambique women scientists here in Idaho.
 
Teri Fattig
Herrett Center Director
tfattig@csi.edu | 208-732-6501


mathCalling All Middle and High School Math Teachers

 
Bill Ebener 
Department Chair, Biology
bebener@csi.edu | 208-732-6808
 
OshaOSHA 30 General Industry Course


Katrina Oksten
Workforce Development Specialist
kaoksten@csi.edu | 208-732-6310
P20Register Now for the P20 Educator Conference
If you're looking for best practices when it comes to teaching this is the perfect conference for you! The best part is, this conference is being held right here on our own campus!  

If you are interested in presenting a topic to help with best practices for other area educators please submit your proposal at www.csi.edu/p20 and your entry fee will be waived!



Jon Lord
Education Department Chair
jlord@csi.edu | 208-732-6484

HealthSpring Health Initiative Screenings Start This Week
Our annual biometric health screenings have been scheduled with St. Luke's and will take place both on campus and in our off-campus areas.  A day is set for the Burley Center below. Other centers will be contacted by St. Luke's for screening events near them.
 
Find the schedule of screenings below with an OPTION to participate in a cholesterol test provided by the CSI Employee Wellbeing Program and instructors and students of the Medical Assisting and Practical Nursing Programs. There is a cost of $15 to cover test materials. Receipts will be available. All employees and spouses are welcome to participate. FAST for 9 hours prior to the test. This is NOT part of the St. Luke's FREE screening or the incentive program.
 
Please see our CSI Health Initiative Website for all details and forms or contact Judy by email reply or calling 732-6269.

April 2016 Screening Schedule
All CSI and Burley Center screenings are by APPOINTMENT ONLY. See  guidelines to register and schedule a time through the  St. Luke's Website . 

You will need to know
 which date/location you want from the list below before you go to the St. Luke's site.

Day
Date
Time
Location
Tuesday
April 5
7 - 9 a.m.
HEP 180
Wednesday
April 6
7 - 9 a.m.
Shields 104
Thursday
April 7
7 - 9 a.m.
Evergreen A-24
Monday
April 11
3 - 5 p.m.
TAB 247
*Thursday
April 14
7 - 9 a.m.
TAB 248
Wednesday
April 20
TBA
Burley Center
*Friday
April 22
7 - 9 a.m.
HSHS Lobby
Saturday
April 23
8 - 12 noon
HSHS Lobby
Thursday
April 28
8 - noon &
1 - 4 p.m.
St. Luke's Occ Health
801 Poleline Rd W

*Cholesterol/glucose finger stick fasting screenings   are being offered these two dates only and are NOT part of the St. Luke's screening or incentives but are provided by the Wellbeing Program to those that have expressed interest.  Results will be for your use only and to share with your physician.

What are the April Health Initiative targets and incentives?
Selected targets are consistent with national guidelines established by the American Heart Association, American Diabetes Association and the National Quality Forum.

Health Measure

2016 Health Target

Per Month

Per Year
KYN & HA
Complete both the Know Your Numbers screening and Health Assessment online tool to qualify for ANY premium reductions
0
0
Tobacco Use Status
No tobacco use
(self-reported)
$10
$120
Blood Pressure
PB less than 140 and 90 mmHg
$5
$60
Blood Sugar
Fasting blood glucose of less than 100 mg/dL. For those with diabetes HgA1c or < than 8.0
$5
$60
*BMI or Waist
BMI of < 35
Men waist < 40
Women < 35
$5
$60
Total Incentive
 
$25
$300

*Now that we are offering incentives with a recommended BMI/waist measurements there will be a fall mid-term to re-screen for those that have lost weight and/or inches and the opportunity to earn the incentive back. Continued loss and/or weight management at the next annual screening (April 2017) will be further rewarded. Stay tuned for details.
 
Judy Heatwole, MTD
Employee Wellbeing Coordinator
jheatwole@csi.edu 208-732-6269


SSUnderstanding Social Security With Guy Ferguson from VALIC
Judy Heatwole, MTD
Employee Wellbeing Coordinator
jheatwole@csi.edu 208-732-6269


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