State law addresses Coordinated School Health, but not WSCC.
Arkansas Administrative Rules 005.01.008 Nutrition and Physical Activity Standard
7.05.2 The parent and student must show that attending physical education classes will violate the student's religious beliefs and would not be merely a matter of personal objection. The parent or student must be members of a recognized religious faith that objects to physical education as part of its official doctrine or creed.
7.05.3 The local school board of directors shall encourage a student granted a waiver under Section 7.05 of these rules to take, as an alternative to physical education, appropriate instruction in health education or other instruction in lifestyle modification if an exemption is granted
Arkansas Administrative Rules 005.23.005 Definition Coordinated School Health (CSH)
3.09 "Coordinated School Health (CSH)" is an effective system designed to connect health (physical, mental/emotional, and social) with education. This coordinated approach improves students' health and their capacity to learn through the support of families, communities, and schools working together. The CSH approach consists of eight major components. Although these components are listed separately, it is their composite that allows CSH to have significant impact. The eight components include: health education, physical education/physical activity, health services, nutrition services, health promotion for staff, counseling and psychological services, healthy school environment, and student/parent/community involvement.