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HEALTH EDUCATION
  • Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drugs
    • For teacher resources about drugs, abuse, and sexual intercourse, visit http://www.cfoc.org/teacher.html.
    • Video of Teens on the topic of Ecstacy and other Drugs - The PBS video is taken from In the Mix, the national award-winning TV series for teens and by teens. http://www.pbs.org/inthemix/
    • Joe Chemo Website - this is a new interactive tobacco website created by Professor Scott Plous of Wesleyan University - www.joechemo.org Test your "Tobacco IQ" Info for teachers, activist, health care providers, and smokers who wish to quit.
    • KYACTION is a statewide coalition of organizations dedicated to comprehensive tobacco control. Visit www.kyaction.com to find out more about policy issues and about Project START (Students Teaching Awareness Regarding Tobacco), an active group of high school students from communities across the state working to change tobacco policies.
    • KHIK is a coalition of health, education, community, and faith organizations dedicated to raising the state excise tax on cigarettes and other tobacco products to protect our kids. More than 125 groups across the state of Kentucky have already signed on to partner with KHIK in this campaign to further reduce youth smoking and tobacco-related illnesses. Visit http://www.khik.org/ for more info.

     

  • Immunization
    • CDC's "10 Things You Need to Know About Immunizations". Visit http://www.cdc.gov/nip/vacsafe/q10vac.htm

     

  • Sexual Safety and Sexually Transmitted Disease
    • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention created a project called "Programs that Work" to help health educators identify curricula that are effective when used to reduce risky sexual behaviors that contribute to HIV and other STD infections, unintended pregnancy, and tobacco-use. Visit http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dash/rtc/index.htm.
    • EveryBody Preventing Aids - A curriculum for teachers, parents, clinicians and social workers to help educate teens in 5th to 9th grade about Aids. http://preventaids.net/
  • Training
    • KY Area Health Education Centers/Health Education Training Center (AHEC/HETC) - offers a variety of clinical training opportunities for medical, dentistry, pharmacy, nursing and allied health students in area hospitals, clinics, and private practices. Visit http://www.mc.uky.edu/ahec/ for the different regional AHECs.
    • Academy for Educational Development
    • View current health events and classes offered by Northern Kentucky's Health Department
  • Pediatric Oral Health Factoids

  • Making the Grade - Information on statistics, program development, and state and national policies related to school-based health centers. State specific summaries included. http://www.gwu.edu/~mtg/

  • Teaching Health and Using Technology - About helping students and teachers find health information. Features digital images of students and student projects and provides ideas for using technology in middle school health education. http://www.timolson.com/index.htm

  • Fit, Healthy, and Ready to Learn: A School Health Policy Guide (Part 1: Physical Activity, Healthy Eating, and Tobacco-Use Prevention) Developed by the National Association of State Boards of Education with support from CDC, this policy guide is designed to help state and local decision makers establish effective policies to help students achieve their academic potential and adopt lifelong healthy habits. It features sample policy language on physical activity, healthy eating, and tobacco-use prevention, as well as data to support the policies and practical suggestions for implementation.URL: http://www.nasbe.org/healthyschools/fithealthy.mgi
  • School Health Resources - The information on this site is intended for pediatricians and other health professionals working in or with schools. Http://www.schoolhealth.org/ .
  • Looking for Age-Appropriate and Accurate Information on Health Resources? This is an online digest that will provide guidance in helping parents and teachers judge the quality of health education resources and identify sources of appropriate materials.
  • Health Promotion Materials Catalog - (725K PDF file**)- Over 100 materials and services including "How-to" print and video materials for health promotion professionals as well as materials in English and Spanish designed specifically for the lay public. Services include database searches and health promotion program consultation.
  • Lesson Plans
    • Illness, Prevention, Hand-washing - from Texas Dept of Health
      • Illness, Prevention, Hand-washing - any student level
      • Kindergarden Lesson Plans
      • 1st Grade
      • 2nd Grade
      • 3rd Grade
      • 4th Grade
      • 5th Grade
    • Lyme and Tick Disease
    • Rabies
    • Alcohol and Other Drug
    • Injury Prevention
    • Tobacco Use
    • PBS TeacherSource: Health and Fitness - Over 300 free resources and lesson plans to help instruct students how to make informed decisions about their health.

 

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
  • Physical Best - Fitnessgram - www.humankinetics.com -

  • Healthy Hearts - www.healthyhearts4kids.org

  • Hearth Adventure Course and Alpha Fit - www.US-Games.com

  • American Heart Association - www.americanheart.org

  • Feeling Good Mileage Club - 1-800-789-9255
  • Physical Education Lesson Plans

     

  • PE Central is a useful and informative web site for health and physical education teachers, parents, and students. It provides the latest information about developmentally appropriate physical education programs for children and youth. Visit http://pe.central.vt.edu/

  • CDC's "Improving Child and Adolescent Health Through Physical Activity and Nutrition". Visit http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa/panprog.htm.

  • Body Mass Index-for-Age BMI is Used Differently with Children Than it is With Adults http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa/bmi/bmi-for-age.htm

  • The CDC provides an online list of steps that parents/guardians, students, teachers, coaches, school administrators, board members, and sports and recreational program coordinators can use to promote "Lifelong Physical Activity Among Young People". Visit http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dash/aagplpay.htm.

  • Fit, Healthy, and Ready to Learn: A School Health Policy Guide (Part 1: Physical Activity, Healthy Eating, and Tobacco-Use Prevention) Developed by the National Association of State Boards of Education with support from CDC, this policy guide is designed to help state and local decision makers establish effective policies to help students achieve their academic potential and adopt lifelong healthy habits. It features sample policy language on physical activity, healthy eating, and tobacco-use prevention, as well as data to support the policies and practical suggestions for implementation. URL: http://www.nasbe.org/healthyschools/fithealthy.mgi

  • School Health Resource Database Managed by the National School Boards Association with support from CDC, this database includes sample school district policies and information on physical activity, nutrition, tobacco use prevention, and HIV/STD prevention. URL: http://www.nsba.org/schoolhealth/dbasedescrp

  • National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE). Our Middle and Secondary School Physical Education Council (MASSPEC) has just published a new position paper called "Co-Curricular Physical Activity and Sport Programs for Middle School Students." For a copy of this paper and a complete listing of other free NASPE Position Papers, visit www.aahperd.org/naspe. Then click Issues & Action, then position papers.

  • Download the National Wellness Institute's Fitness ABCs software, a training manual that has over 18 sections covering nutrition, physiology, kinesiology, aerobic training, weight training, muscle/exercise, sample workouts, fitness testing, stretching and exercise injury. Also included are various charts and tables and trainer forms for fitness evaluation, aerobic progress, daily fitness and workout progress.

  • www.indiana.edu/~preschal

  • The President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports

  • National Association for Sport and Physical Education - provides researched- based information about sport and physical activity to the public. http://www.aahperd.org/naspe/naspe-main.html

  • Keep Your Kid Active - an interactive evaluation tool from OnHeath with WebMD to access which physical activities are right for children of different age ranges.

  • Kentucky Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (KAHPERD) - www.kahperd.com

  • Mesa County Valley School District 51 - www.mesa.k12.co.us/physed/index.html
  • National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) - offers free downloadable position publications and resources for educators and coaches. http://www.aahperd.org/naspe/template.cfm?template=position-papers.html

 

 

HEALTH SERVICES
  • Kentucky Department of Health

  • Kentucky Health Insurance Program (KCHIP) provides health insurance to children who are presently uninsured.

  • EMSC is a national initiative designed to reduce child and youth disability and death due to severe illness or injury.

  • Free 148 page downloadable (PDF) Resource Manual for the Nurse in the School Setting. This manual provides nurses working in the school environment with a set of emergency care guidelines to be utilized during the delivery of care to ill or injured students. Written in cooperation with the EMSC School Nurse Task Force.

  • Center for Disease Control

  • Kentucky Medical Association

  • Mayo Clinic

  • Kentucky Optometric Association

  • Information about health care coverage for uninsured children can be found on the Healthy Kids, Healthy Schools website. Explore the innovative strategies schools, nonprofit organizations, and county health agencies are using to enroll children in Healthy Families, Medi-Cal for Children and other subsidized health insurance programs. Learn more about upcoming events, policy issue affecting children health insurance, tools you can use and more. http://www.healthykidsproject.org

  • http://www.mic.ki.se/Diseases/alphalist.html

  • Kentucky Department of Education School Health Services - http://www.kde.state.ky.us/KDE/Administrative+Resources/School+Health/defaul t.htm

 

 

NUTRITION SERVICES
  • Body Image Perception/ Eating Disorders
    • Girl’s Body Image site
    • American Anorexia/Bulimia Association
    • Anorexia Nervosa and Related Eating Disorders, Inc.
    • Eating Disorders Awareness and Prevention, Inc. - a nonprofit organization in Washington that offers the GO GIRLS! program (Giving Our Girls Inspiration and Resources for Lasting Self-esteem)
    • National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders
    • National Institute of Mental Health

     

  • Childhood Obesity
    • Childhood Obesity: A Food and Nutrition Resource List for Educators and Researchers
    • Body Mass Index (BMI) Chart - a height/weight chart for children that determines their body mass index (BMI). Using BMI, rather than just the weight of a child, is the best indicator of whether the child is overweight. Visit the site or call 301-458-4636 for the free chart.

     

  • Ethnic/Cultural
    • Cultural and Ethnic Food and Nutrition Education Materials: A Resource List for Educators

     

  • Food Allergies
    • School Guidelines for Managing Students with Food Allergies
    • The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network - provides recipes, allergy allerts, and ways to manage school allergies in schools
    • Food Allergy News for Kids - website is designed to provide information to kids about their food allergies
    • Food Allergy News for Teens - website is designed for young adults who want to take a more active role in managing their food allergies.
    • Emergency Health Care Plan for Allergic Reaction to Food - copy this form, front and back, onto a brightly colored cardstock and post it in the school. It outlines what actions a caregiver should take in the event of an emergency. Download the English version (PDF format) or the Spanish version (both are PDF format**).
  • Food Composition
    • Food Composition Resource List for Professionals
    • Nutrition Facts Software is a free software that provides a simple and intuitive interface to over 6200 foods from the USDA food database. It details nutritional information for each food, including proteins, carbohydrates, and most items found on a nutritional label. It also specifies the water, caffeine and alcohol content. Please visit http://www.webmasterfree.com/software/1458.html to download the software. (The software is 1.6 Mb, so be patient as it downloads).
    • Download the National Wellness Institute's free nutritional facts software

     

  • Food Nutrition
    • Team Nutrition, U.S. Department of Agriculture 3101 Park Center Drive, Room 802 Alexandria, VA 22302 Telephone: (703) 305-1624. Visit: http://schoolmeals.nal.usda.gov:8001
    • NCI 5 A Day website merges what had been two 5 A Day pages: http://www.5aday.gov and http://dccps.nci.nih.gov/5aday into a website with separate, tailored "homepages" for the general public, program partners, researchers, and health professionals. This new site features over 170 pages and 640 hyperlinks.
    • USDA for Kids
    • USDA Food and Nutrition Information Center - this site offers different cultural Food Guide Pyramids as well as in different languages.
  • Food Safety
    • WIC Works Food Safety Resource List
    • Resources for Food Safety and Storage in Emergency Situations
    • USDA/FDA Foodborne Illness Educational Materials Database
  • Food Services
    • American School Food Service Association, 1600 Duke St., 7th Floor Alexandria, VA 22314 Telephone: (800) 877-8822 ext. 116. URL: http://www.asfsa.org
    • Food and Nutrition Information Center National Agricultural Library U.S. Department of Agriculture 10301 Baltimore Blvd., Room 304 Beltsville, MD 20705 Telephone: (301) 504-5719 URL: http://www.nal.usda.gov/fnic
    • National Food Service Management Institute, P.O. Box 188 University of Mississippi University, MS 38677 Telephone: (800) 321-3054 URL: http://www.olemiss.edu/depts/nfsmiNutrition

     

  • Food and Nutrition Education
    • Using the Food Guide Pyramid: A Resource for Nutrition Educators
    • Nutrition and health education tools for parents, teachers and educators
    • Healthy Hearts = Healthy Futures
    • WIC Materials in the Collection at the National Agricultural Library from 1995-2001
    • Afterschool Snacks: A Food and Nutrition Resource List for Child Care Providers
    • Online Food and Nutrition Education Programs for Adult Learners, Health Professionals, and Students
    • Food and Nutrition Resource List for Child Care and Preschool Staff
    • Food and Nutrition Resources for Grades Preschool through 6
    • Food and Nutrition Resources for Grades 7 through 12
    • Government Printing Office - bookstore for many printed nutrition publications
    • The Healthy School Meals Resource System (HSMRS) is a searchable web site, providing information to persons working in USDA's Child Nutrition Programs.
    • www.whymilk.com - This is a credible site with fun activities for kids. They can click and see their favorite stars photographed with a milk moustache.
    • Leafy Greens Council - This site has numerous lesson plans and games on the subject of cruciferous veggies.

     

  • Lesson Plans
    • Teach students to Eat the Five Food Group Way® with these fun, activity-based lessons that introduce the Five Food Groups and the foods in them. The activities are divided into primary and upper elementary levels.
    • Health Teacher Lesson Plans for Nutrition
    • Texas Department of Health Nutrition Lesson Plans for Teachers
      • Bread, Bread, Bread (also Spanish Version)
      • D.W., The Picky Eater (also Spanish Version)
      • Eating the Alphabet: Fruits and Vegetables from A to Z (also Spanish Version)
      • Lunch (also Spanish Version)
      • Oliver's Vegetables (also Spanish Version)
      • Tops & Bottoms (also Spanish Version)
  • Nutrition Assistance Programs
  • Statewide Center for Healthy Schools - www.nyshealthyschools.org - discusses coordinated school health within New York public schools. There is a weekly wellness newsletter and suggestions for curriculum intergration, other links etc.
HEALTH PROMOTION FOR STAFF

 

 

 

COUNSELING, PSYCHOLOGICAL, AND SOCIAL SERVICES
  • American Psychological Association

  • American Counseling Association

  • National Association of School Psychologist

  • American School Counselor Association

  • National Institute of Mental health

  • www.surgeongeneral.gov - Statistics, programs, youth information, pamphlets. Links to other sites, for parents, professionals and youth.

  • Violence Prevention Resources. www.afterschool.gov/hsschres.html

  • American Psychological Association page that discusses violence warning guide for youth and adults, information about mental health/ mental illness, support and resources, links to other sites, link to MTV site "Fight for your rights: Take a stand against violence"

  • Information aimed at educators, tips on classroom management, "Teacher Talk", Communication with students, mental health topics/information. Visit http://education.indiana.edu./casl#/tthmpg.html

  • Institute for Health and Disability website - www.peds.umn.edu/centers/ihd/institute.html

  • National Alliance for the Mentally Ill. Lots of mental illness info, family info, statistics, links, and resources. Visit www.nami.org.

  • This site empowers young people to take a "stand, use your voice, impact your world," encourages avenues such as journaling for self-expression. http://shine.excite.com/take_a_stand.html.

  • Center for Mental Health Services's website has a Kids area, mental health information for consumers and professionals, healthy people 2010 information and goals, and great links. A Spanish version is also available. www.mentalhealth.org.

  • Site for the Kentucky Center for School Safety. Provides technical assistance, training and program development; administers grants; analyzes discipline and safety data. www.kysafeschools.org

  • www.connectforkids.org "a virtual encyclopedia" about children and Mental health; includes information about child/adolescent development, mental illness, issues, and ways to take action. Free emails sent to subscribers with most recent information.

  • UCLA School Mental Health Project; Center for Mental health in schools, funded by MCHB. http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu

  • Center for School Mental Health Assistance, University of Maryland @ Baltimore. Also funded by MCHB. Visit http://csmha.umaryland.edu

  • Eastern Kentucky Violence Prevention Project - a two year study on the implementation of a violence prevention program in one school compared to two other schools that did not implement the program.
  • Health Education Consultants - www.health-ed-consultants.org

  • The Nemours Foundation's website on Kid's Health - information for parents, professionals, & kids - www.KidsHealth.org

  • Check out Reaching Today's Youth The Community Circle of Caring Journal at http://www.nesonline.com/

  • The Child Trauma Academy

  • Project No Spank

  • Kentucky Counseling Association - has "The Truth About School Counseling" facts and myths. Visit www.kyca.org.

  • Kentucky Psychology Association

  • Kentucky Association for Psychology in the Schools

  • Kentucky School Counselor Association

  • Mental Health Association of Kentucky

  • Mental Health Association

  • National Mental Health Association's National Consumer Supporter Technical Assistance Center - This organization's goal is to strengthen those organizations supporting mental health consumers, survivors and ex-patients. It provides technical assistance in the forms of research, informational materials, and financial aid. Visit www.ncstac.org.

  • National Association for Rural Mental Health

  • Office of Special Education Programs - "Early Warning, Timely Response: A Guide to Safe Schools" offers research-based practices designed to assist school communities identify these warning signs early and develop prevention, intervention and crisis response plans. Visit www.ed.gov/offices/OSERS/OSEP/earlywrn.html

  • Center for Mental Health in Schools

  • Links to Violence Prevention Resources - www.afterschool.gov/hsschres.html

  • American Psychological Association Help Center - provides a violence warning guide for youth and adults, information about mental health/mental illness, support and resources. Visit http://helping.apa.org.

  • National Alliance for the Mentally Ill - "Teacher Talk", communication with students, mental health topics/information. Visit www.education.indiana.edu/cas/tt/tthmpg.html.

  • National Alliance for the Mentally Ill

  • The Center for Health Services

  • Center for School Mental Health Assistance

  • Nation Institute of Mental Health

  • Health Education Consultants

  • Suicide in the School: A Health Issue - Identifying and intervening with students at risk for suicide. Setting up school protocols for prevention and dealing with the aftermath of a suicide. http://www.ncpamd.com/Suicide.htm

  • http://community.kentucky.com/realcities/stopyouthsuicide - Website developed by Hatim Omar, M.D. director of adolescent medicine at UK to raise awareness of teen suicide in central Kentucky.
  • The School Mental Health Project in the Department of Psychology at UCLA emphasizes a broad perspective of addressing barriers to learning and promoting healthy development. The website offers information on the projects clearinghouse, introductory packets, consultation cadre, newsletter, links to other Internet sites, and electronic networking.
  • Lesson Plans
    • Mental and Emotional Health

 

HEALTHY SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT
  • EMSC is a national initiative designed to reduce child and youth disability and death due to severe illness or injury.

  • The National Program for Playground Safety Homepage

  • Book on Preventing School Injuries: A Comprehensive Guide for School Administrators, Teachers, and Staff

  • National Education Association

  • A guide to safe schools - includes early warning signs of violence in schools, intervention, prevention and response plan, and characteristics of a well functioning and safe school.

  • The Environmental Cyber Schoolhouse - An interactive, web-based curricculum for 7th, 8th and 9th graders that teaches students about the role of biomedical research in environmental toxicology on our well-being. http://www.cyberschoolhouse.org/home_large.htm

  • Free online resources from the National PTA's website on National Standards for Parent/Family Involvement

 

 

FAMILY AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
  • National Coalition for Parent Involvement in Education (NCPIE)

  • The National PTA

  • American Cancer Society

  • American Heart Association

  • Kentucky CYFAR Project

  • Set of 5 Tip Cards to Help Parents and Professionals Communicate After a Child Has Been Injured

  • Afterschool.gov site includes a database of over 100 Federal programs that focus on supporting children and youth during the out-of-school hours. It also provides links to resources of interest to children and adolescents.

  • Partnership for Family Involvement in Education

  • Tips for parents to help improve their kids' school environment

  • Download the "Prevention Strategies that Work" guide describes prevention practices that K-8 public school administrators have found to be effective in accelerating school performance, increasing readiness for learning, and reducing problem behaviors.

  • Barren River District Health Department - www.barrenriverhealth.org

  • Northern Kentucky Health Department - www.nkyhealth.org

  • Father-daughter group - www.dadsanddaughters.org
  • Lesson Plans
    • Health Teacher Community and Environmental Health Lesson Plans

 

 

COORDINATED SCHOOL HEALTH
  • American School Health Association

  • CDC's 4 Strategies to Prevent Health Risk Behaviors

  • The CDC Eight Component Model of School Health Programs

  • The School Health Index is available at no cost and can be completed in as little as 5 hours. Many of the improvements that a school may want to make after completing the Index can be done with existing staff and resources. A small investment of time can pay big dividends in improving students well-being, readiness to learn, and prospects for a healthy life. The School Health Index is a self-assessment and planning tool that:
    • will enable schools to identify the strengths and weaknesses of their physical activity and nutrition policies and programs.
    • develop an action plan for improving student health.
    • involve teachers, parents, students, and the community in
    • improving school services

    Please visit http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dash/SHI/index.htm for more information. Or, download:
    School Health Index: for Elementary Schools - http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dash/SHI/Elementary.pdf
    School Health Index: for Middle/High Schools - http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dash/SHI/MiddleHigh.pdf

 

 

NATIONAL HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS
  • Center for Disease Control

  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

  • National Institutes of Health

 

KENTUCKY ORGANIZATIONS
  • Commonwealth of Kentucky Cabinet for Families and Children - http://cfc.state.ky.us/

  • Kentucky Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (KAHPERD) - www.kahperd.com

  • KyCARES is an online services/information directory and guide for Federal, State and Community Providers which can help you connect with providers which offer basic services like housing, food, childcare, transportation, benefits information and much more. http://www.kycares.org/

  • Kentucky Child 2000

  • Kentucky Center for School Safety

  • Kentucky Dental Health Coalition
  • Kentucky Department of Education

  • Kentucky Department of Education School Health Services - http://www.kde.state.ky.us/odss/family/health.asp
  • Kentucky Department for Public Health

  • Kentucky Education Association

  • Kentucky Youth Advocates - a non-partisan, non-profit, children's advocacy organization, represents a voice for Kentucky's youth. KYA delivers Kentucky children's message to the state legislature, the community, and the media. We insist that our young citizens be given the opportunities and resources to ensure their productive development and health. http://www.kyyouth.org/

  • KYACTION is a statewide coalition of organizations dedicated to comprehensive tobacco control. Visit www.kyaction.com to find out more about policy issues and about Project START (Students Teaching Awareness Regarding Tobacco), an active group of high school students from communities across the state working to change tobacco policies.
  • KHIK is a coalition of health, education, community, and faith organizations dedicated to raising the state excise tax on cigarettes and other tobacco products to protect our kids. More than 125 groups across the state of Kentucky have already signed on to partner with KHIK in this campaign to further reduce youth smoking and tobacco-related illnesses. Visit http://www.khik.org/ for more info.

 

GENERAL EDUCATION
  • National Association of Elementary School Principals

  • National Association of Secondary School Principals

  • American Association of School Administrators

  • Internet Resources for Special Children - Provide valuable information for parents, family members, caregivers, friends, educators, and medical professionals who interact with children who have disABILITIES.

  • www.surgeongeneral.gov

  • www.connectforkids.org

  • www.KidsHealth.org

  • Health, Mental Health, and Safety in Schools - www.schoolhealth.org/hmhs.htm

  • The National Association of School Nurses -offers useful publications to school health services personnel.

 

 

REGIONAL COORDINATED SCHOOL HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS
  • Texas Department of Health - http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/schoolhealth/

 

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