"Schools could do more than perhaps any other single institution in society to help young people, and the adults they will become, live healthier, longer, more satisfying, and more productive lives."
— Carnegie Council on Adolescent Development
The goal of health education is to help students adopt and maintain healthy behaviors. Health education should contribute directly to a student's ability to successfully practice behaviors that protect and promote health and avoid or reduce health risks. The educator's role in contributing to this goal includes the following:
Health education is an essential component of the Coordinated School Health Program.
|2011 YRBS Fact Sheets|
|Profile Survey 2014|
|Profile Survey 2012|
|ID Elementary Profiles 2010|
|ID SHEPS 10 Final|
|Health Education Standards FINAL Approved by Legislature 1-2010 for Adoption Fall 2010|
|Rubric for Idaho SDE 21st Century UDL Lesson Plan 8-28-12|
|21st Century Classroom Lesson Plan Template 8-28-12|
|ELA/Literacy Tool Box|
|Mathematics Tool Box|