Health Education

mathThe goal of a comprehensive Health Education program is to promote healthful living and discourage health-risk behaviors. School health programs can help ensure that students are fit, healthy, and ready to learn every day.

For more information contact:

Jill Weber
Program Coordinator
Department of Teaching and Learning
541-440-4005

 

 

 

  • Standards
  • Adopted Core Curriculum
  • Teacher Resources
  • Parent Resources

State Standards

 

District Core Standards

Policies

Adopted Core Curriculum List

 

  • Middle School – Holt – Decisions for Health
    • Holt's award-winning health resources promote active exploration of health concepts, character building and life skills by requiring students to apply what they learn within the context of the real world. We offer the most current health guidelines and statistics including updated information about CPR, First Aid, and the USDA's MyPyramid. Online Editions, HealthLinks, Exploring Food and Fitness Choices CD-ROM, and a hand-selected Video Health Series integrate technology to reinforce learning and assure student interaction.

 

  • High School – Prentice Hall Health
    • The Prentice Hall Health program makes health exciting for students and provides teachers with the resources they need to support content and academic achievement.  By integrating into the program the Teens Talk Video Series, developed in partnership with Discovery Channel, Pearson makes health relevant to students.  The videos, which support every chapter in the book, stimulate classroom discussion of the content and skills essential to successful health education.  An unparalleled array of ancillaries and technology, including a variety of differentiated instruction components, enables Prentice Hall Health to meet the needs of every student at every learning level.

Related Websites


Elementary Websites

Dietary Guidlines for Americans

 
Dinner with Typhoid Mary

 


Middle School Websites

Dietary Guidlines for Americans  
   


High School Websites

www.PHSchool.com  

www.scilinks.org/health

Dietary Guidlines for Americans

 


Parent Resources