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  1. School Health Education Resources


    School Health Education Resources

    You all know that a healthy body is a basic necessity of every success and achievement. No success can be achieved if we don’t have a healthy body and mind. So, being an educator it is our first responsibility to keep ourselves healthy and to take care of our students’ health which is equally important for any success and achievement in life.
    Many of the health problems come to us because of lack of awareness regarding our own body and here schools can play a major role in bridging the health-information gap among students and staff.
    The following Websites provide information on health, physical fitness, and nutrition for students and adults. Visit them and build your information. 
    Action for Healthy Kids

    Composed of 51 different state organizations and affiliated groups, this organization provides information about promoting child health and exercise. The site also includes fact sheets, action tools, and lesson plans that educators can use in planning to revitalize their school culture and promote better health.

    Adolescent & School Health

    This section of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention site focuses on issues related to young people and school health through current health data, information about its programs, and best practices in school health education and health programs. Here you can also find the results of the CDC’s School Health Policies and Programs Study (, a national survey of school health programs in the 50 states, seen from the state, district, school, and classroom levels. The site’s Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System allows state-by-state comparisons for the CDC’s designated adolescent risk behaviors that include alcohol and drug use, injury and violence, nutrition, physical activity, and sexual behaviors.

    American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (AAHPERD)

    The American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD) and its affiliated groups support and assist those involved in physical education, leisure, fitness, dance, health promotion, and education and all specialties related to achieving a healthy lifestyle. The AAHPERD site has a link to its affiliated organization, the American Association for Health Education ( AAHE promotes high standards for health education not only in preK–12 school settings, but also in hospitals, universities, and community and public organizations.

    American School Health Association

    The American School Health Association advocates for high-quality health instruction, health services, and a healthful school environment.

    The Canadian Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (CAHPERD)

    CAHPERD’s Web site offers extensive information about the organization’s history and philosophy. Information about upcoming conferences, workshops, and international activities and programs is available online as well.

    Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

    This section of the CDC site provides information relating to the obesity epidemic in children and adolescents. It contains valuable information for those familiar with issues relating to obesity and definitions and explanations for those seeking to learn more about combating unhealthy practices in their schools.

    Diabetes Facts and Figures Among Youth

    An increase in overweight youth, ages 6 to 19, has led to an increase in type 2 diabetes in the same age group. This American Diabetes Association Web site provides further information about type 2 diabetes, how to live with it, and other helpful resources.

    Indiana Prevention Resource Center @ Indiana University

    This portal site provides an array of links for school health educators ranging from information about tobacco and nutrition to science and health museums.

    New Trier Department of Kinetic Wellness

    Learn how New Trier Township High School in Winnetka, Ill., integrates health education and physical education in its 9–12 Kinetic Wellness program. Details of the department’s philosophy, curriculum, and learning goals can be found at the site.

    Rock Hill School District 3 Health Program

    With a federal grant, four middle schools in Rock Hill, S.C., have hired school-based health coordinators to help teachers integrate health topics into the curriculum and draw together various aspects of school health education and services to help students and staff live healthier lives.

    U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)

    This U.S. Department of Agriculture site examines the causes and risks of obesity. It also contains information on heredity and safe dietary practices.

    U.S. Office of the Surgeon General: Overweight and Obesity

    This section of the Surgeon General’s Web site provides a breakdown of statistical information about obesity and overweight children. It also offers information on steps parents and teachers can take to help ensure that students develop healthier lifestyles.

    Washoe County School District Wellness Program

    The Web site for this award-winning staff wellness program in Washoe County, Nev., shows just how extensive and demanding such a program can be for school employees. Numerous links to health information, staff stories, exercise regimens, eating programs, and health news can be found here.

    Wired for Health: What Is the National Healthy School Standard?

    Learn more about school health initiatives in the United Kingdom at this government Web site. The National Healthy School Standard program intends to help British schools “reduce health inequalities, promote social inclusion, and raise educational standards.” Online case studies, research, and publications offer details of what schools, local education authorities, and communities are doing to ensure better health education and outcomes from preprimary through secondary education.





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